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new granite cement mill in Leeds Britain Europe

New millis a compact version installed in a container The semi mobile version consists of one grinding chamber with approx. 2m diameter and 315kW installed power at the main drive.The throughput when producing RDF for the main burner (90% < 50mm) is about 10-12 t/h.

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