loesche vertical roller mill specifications Plant engineering solutions for any mission Loesche 2020712 Since 1906 worldwide market leader in designing, manufacturing and servicing vertical roller mills for the cement, power and industrial minerals industries.
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At the beginning of 2020 Loesche received a followup order from Thanh Thang Group Cement JSC in Vietnam to supply two vertical roller mills. The two mills are destined for a new cement line at the Bong Lang cement plant in Ha Nam province. The new cement line is a greenfield project.
From humble beginnings 113 years ago, family owned business Loesche a has taken the vertical roller mill VRM to the forefront of modern day milling. This article first appeared in Mining Review Africa Issue 9, 2019 Read the full digimag here or subscribe to receive a print copy here.
ExperienceVertical Roller Mill VRM FraMisUS, Field Caribbeanpany Ltd CCCL Year 2009,2010 Machine Vertical Roller Mill VRM Vertical Roller Mill VRM 3,150 kW Machine Specs Loesche LM 46.2+2 3000
Since 1906 worldwide market leader in designing, manufacturing and servicing vertical roller mills for the cement, power and industrial minerals industries. Plant engineering solutions for any missionLoesche
The Loesche coal grinding mill range is divided into two serial types Small twin mills constructed to individual specifications LM 12.2 D to LM 20.2 D, with table diameters from 1,200 to 2,000 mm. Larger mills with two, three and four rollers and modular structures LM 21.2 D to LM 43.4 D, with table diameters from 2,100 to 4,300 mm.
The dry milling of ore in LOESCHE vertical roller mills has shown significant process advantages, as well as economic and ecological benefits. To demonstrate these a mobile oregrinding plant the OGPmobile has been developed.
Figure 1 Specific power consumption of ball mill system v/s vertical roller mill system for OPC grinding Ball mill system Loesche Power consumption kWh/t VRM system 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 Fineness acc. to Blaine cm2/g 3 000 4 000 5 000 6 000 Figure 2 Specific power consumption of ball mill system v/s vertical roller mill system for
LOESCHE Vertical Roller Mill We do much more than rely solely on our unbeatable technology. Our designers areg up with new ideas and even moreponents to reduce the already acclaimed low failure rate of our mills. The roller grinding mill technology, patented in 1928 and continuously developed since then, has