In October 2016, SCHADE Lagertechnik, Germany, supplied two tripper cars with capacities of up to 1540 tph and two semi-portal reclaimers with capacities of 770 tph to the new Limay II power plant in the Philippines. Installation of the SCHADE machines started in August 2017 and after sufficient construction work on the project it has been completed. Commissioning of the Limay II plant is planned for the spring of this year.
The company, which is a member of the AUMUND Group, had previously supplied two semi-portal reclaimers and two tripper cars for the Limay I power plant. This project was successfully handed over last summer. Prior to that, SCHADE was awarded the order for several machines for the Malita power plant project, also in the Philippines. Each time the customer was a concern from Taiwan which constructs coal-fired power plants in the Philippines for the San Miguel Corp.
SCHADE Sales Director, Andreas Markiewicz, said: “SCHADE is taking advantage of the increased demand in the Philippines for circular storage and indoor longitudinal stockpiling with reclaimers. Circular storage and longitudinal stockpiling with Semi-Portal Reclaimers usually require lower investment. They can be designed completely covered with a roof and are therefore much better for the environment, due to lower dust emissions.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/29032018/schade-supplies-stockyard-technology-for-limay-ii-power-plant/
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