Tools to upgrade indonesian power plant operations
Coal is burned to make steam, which runs through a turbine to generate electricity and in Indonesia, nearly 60% of the country’s electricity is generated by coal power stations.
To feed the boiler the coal must be of a consistent size and the tool of choice is the Shaft Screener made by MB Crusher as it provides:
✓ Increased profitability
✓ Minimize operational costs
✓ Meeting output sizing requirements
Surface miners which were used occasionally cannot provide a regular output of coal, while a static crusher will have a lack of movements and high operating costs.
An MB-HDS323 shaft screener with RM Kit is installed directly onto a Hitachi Zaxis 210 excavator. And can move around freely reducing the coal to the dimension of 50mm needed to feed the boiler of a steam power plant, reducing the cost per ton of crushed coal.
The MB Crusher Shaft Screener bucket is a hydraulic attachment for excavators, wheel loaders or skid steers, transforming the carrier it is mounted on, in a high-performance mobile crusher or screener.
Speeding operations, while reducing operational costs.
A further advantage of MB’s unit is the possibility to work during the rainy seasons instead of stopping activities. The MB-HDS323 can crush wet coal and:
✓ Avoid blockage, even if the material is sticky.
✓ Increase loading capacity, due to the extremely wide mouth.
✓ Lower operational costs, by increasing results.