QUATAR

Hazemag supplies crusher for new cement line

In September 2014 the French cement plant manufacturer Fives FCB charged Hazemag & EPR with the supply of components for precrushing cement raw material and gypsum for the new QNCC5 line in Qatar. In this plant various machines of Hazemag & EPR have been running for many years.

The new shipment comprises a HAF 1700 apron feeder, a two-rotor impact crusher AP-CM 2022 for a throughput rate of 1000 t/h at a fineness of < 25 mm as well as an impact crusher AP-PMG 1310 for 70 t/h of gypsum. The delivery is scheduled within the period of January 2015 until April 2015.

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