Thriveni celebrates Pakri Barwadih coal handling plant
Published by Jessica Casey,
Thriveni has announced that NTPC’s 15 million tpy Pakri Barwadih Mine and coal handling plant (CHP) has successfully started trail operations. In-pit crushing and conveying technology (semi-mobile IPCC), 6 km overland conveyor (with horizontal/vertical curves and mounted on sleepers), stackers, reclaimers with the provision to mixing different grade of coal and online transfer options to the owner CHP.
This is a one of a kind in the Indian coal mining industry, and will reduce the substantiate carbon footprint, making it environmentally friendly.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/handling/02122021/thriveni-celebrates-pakri-barwadih-coal-handling-plant/
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