Following the accident, two alternative battery coal charging points were built at the plant, allowing the remaining coal transport line equipment to be put into operation. The organisational system of coal tower charging at the coking plant was also changed. As a result, the plant is returning to its pre-incident production capacities allowing it to fully meet its contractual obligations.
Test results indicate that the coke currently being produced satisfies contractual quality parameters.
Ensuring regular coal deliveries to the coke oven batteries was the most important task for maintaining the plant's continuous operation.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/05102022/przyja-coking-plant-returns-to-its-production-capacities/
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