Another landmark IPCC order for TAKRAF in India with SCCL

In a first contract to be received from the government-owned entity M/s. Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) for its Ramagundam mine located in Telangana, TAKRAF India is again showing its in-pit crushing and conveying (IPCC) credentials in India by supplying two semi-mobile relocatable crushing plants with TAKRAF primary sizers. The turnkey order is expected to be completed in 2023, with the crushing plants adding to and enhancing the capacity of the plant’s current arrangement of four semi-mobile crushing plants with crusher. The primary sizers produce a product size of -200 mm from a maximum feed size of 1,000 x 800 x 800 mm at a capacity of 1,000 t/h.

The main elements of the semi-mobile crushing plants are ramps (truck-bridge) to facilitate the unloading of Run-of-Mine (ROM) material with 100 t dumpers feeding the crushing plant hopper, a feed hopper, apron feeder and spillage conveyor, TAKRAF primary sizer, discharge conveyor equipped with magnetic separator, metal detector and discharge chute.

Selvakumar Devendran, TAKRAF India: Manager – Sales, had this to say recently when questioned regarding the order: “We are delighted to have attracted a premier Indian government entity as a client and to be able to supply them with a complete solutions package. All colleagues and all stakeholders involved in winning this important award must be commended on their dedication and hard work in providing the client with a solution that satisfies their needs. This project serves to only entrench and bolster TAKRAF’s premier crushing plant and comminution solutions in India.”