FRANCE

Mill shell lining ­project in France

At the end of January 2015, Korfez Eng. signed a contract with the Italcementi Group for the supply of a new second compartment mill shell lining for the company’s plant in France. This system is intended for a 3.80 m diameter two-compartment raw mill. A total grinding compartment of 7250 mm will be equipped with a combination of lifter and sorting liners. The order is supplemented by a free mill inspection to collect all necessary information and dimensions that form a basis for the design. As usual, the design work is carried out at the technical sales office in Neubeckum/Germany. Operation is expected to start in summer 2015.

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