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Rotex Europe signs a contract with Tenova Takraf

By Jeremy Ondrey |

At the end of 2008, Rotex Europe (Wavre, Belgium; www.rotex.com) has signed with Tenova Takraf Italy a contract for two machines Megatex XD. The new urea plant these two machines are dedicated to will be the largest single train ammonia-urea complex in the world. Tenova is a worldwide supplier of advanced technologies, products, and services, providing innovative, integrated solutions for complete process areas. The end user, a Pakistan fertilizer company will benefit from the extraordinary feed rate of 140 ton/h of these machines, especially tailored for demanding screening requirements of high- volume applications. These two machines replace the feed rate of four to six Rotex screeners, without replacing their well-known screening quality. The ability to screen at high capacities of the Megatex XD screeners is achieved through a special multi-deck design. The design provides a large screen cloth area in a compact footprint, allowing installation in a confined area. Screens are easily accessed through two discharge doors on one side of the machine. The user-friendly configuration enables quick screen changes when needed. The Megatex XD screeners achieve high separation efficiency through a unique elliptical-linear motion. Incoming…
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