ABB wins the largest electric order for bucket whe

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ABB has won the largest electrical order for bucket wheel excavators in China

ABB recently announced that it has won the order for complete electrical equipment for bucket wheel excavators customized by TAKRAF company of Germany for China Mengdong energy group. The project is a turnkey project, including the design, manufacture, assembly and commissioning of a full set of electrical equipment for bucket wheel excavators. Including medium voltage switches, such as cabinets (6.3 kV), 400V and 660V low-voltage switchgear, motors, transformers and drives made of environmentally friendly flame retardant materials, low volatile materials, wear/scratch resistant materials, low-noise materials, etc

zhahanur branch of Inner Mongolia Mengdong Energy Group signed a contract with German tenovatakraf company on December 25th, 2009 to purchase a srs2000 bucket wheel excavator for capacity expansion project, which is planned to be put into trial operation in October 2013 for two series of products. Tenovatakraf successfully transported Tyvek goods a few years ago. The thermal insulation cover effectively protected the drugs from failure due to changes in ambient temperature during transportation after leaving the factory, and provided equipment such as wheel bucket machines and conveyor belts for Yuanbaoshan mine in China

the zhahanur open pit of Inner Mongolia Mengdong energy group covers an area of about 31 square kilometers, with an estimated coal reserve of more than 800 million tons, and the depth of the coal seam is about 85 to 356 meters underground

this bucket wheel excavator has a power of 1250KW, a design production capacity of 6600 tons/hour, a boom length of 44 meters, and a maximum mining height of 30 meters. The most important thing is to capture more accurate information in time. It will be the largest bucket wheel excavator in East Asia. This will be the 56th wheel bucket excavator delivered by tenovatakraf worldwide. The first srs2000 was produced about 30 years ago and is still in use

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