Preblending technology for sticky materials – a case study (Votorantim Group)

With an appropriate storage system, a homogeneous mix can be achieved even when sticky materials have to be handled.

For over a century, Bedeschi has been supplying raw material handling equipment and services around the globe. The company designs and manufactures industrial equipment to fit the specific needs of our clients. The line of products encompasses apron feeders, crushers, stackers (linear and circular), reclaimers (linear, circular and blending), ship loaders and unloaders, and dust collection and air filtration. Bedeschi is known throughout the world as expert in the handling of all types of wet, sticky material such as clay, gypsum, marl, petcoke, etc.

For this reason, Votorantim Cimentos has...

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