New kiln line in Turkey is being fully fitted with LOESCHE grinding technology
The customer Batisöke Söke Cimento Sanayii TAS has ordered the entire line of vertical roller mills from LOESCHE for their new kiln line in the Söke cement plant.
Izmir – A new kiln line is being developed in the Batisöke, Söke Cimento Sanayii TAS cement plant in Turkey. Due to their experience with a project carried out almost 25 years ago and the technology supplied by LOESCHE at the time, the customer Batisöke, Söke Cimento Sanayii TAS has decided to collaborate with LOESCHE again in this project.
The challenge of this project lies in the installation of the new kiln line in an already existing plant.
The customer trusts in LOESCHE as a reliable and solid partner, with whom an integration of the new technologies into the limited available space is possible.
In the new Söke plant, a type LM 56.4 LOESCHE mill with a capacity of 500 tph is being used with a fineness of 12 % R at 90 μm for grinding cement raw material. The gearbox of this mill has a power of 3,400 kW. Magnetic separators, metal detectors, refined parts for the mill fan and the engineering of the cyclone are also included in the scope of supply. The lead time for this vertical roller mill is 10 months.
The LOESCHE mill sold to the customer Baticim, Bati Anadolu Cimento Sanayii AS in 1991, a type LM 26.3 D coal mill, is still running well even after 24 years.
The new kiln line is now fitted with a type LM 28.3 D LOESCHE coal mill with a capacity of 40 tph with a fineness of 5 % R at 90 μm for grinding solid fuels. The gearbox has a power of 700 kW. For this mill, the further scope of supply includes magnetic separators, metal detectors, process filters, refined parts for the mill fan and, above all, explosion flaps.
For grinding clinker, the type LM 53.3+3 CS LOESCHE mill with a capacity of 200 tph CEM I with a fineness of 3500 Blaine is being used. The gearbox has a power of 4,700 kW.
The commissioning of the new mills in the Batisöke Söke Cimento Sanayii TAS cement plant is planned in the 2nd quarter of 2017.