Beralmar receives new order for a solid fuel firing installation in Kosovo

The Spanish company Beralmar has just received a new order for a solid fuel firing installation in Kosovo. The installation is for the new Boksh Kosova factory in Klinë, in the western part of the Balkan country. The customer has opted for a Promatic installation to provide most of the energy needed for a planned production of 400 t clay blocks per day. The fuel used is petroleum coke, which is dried and ground by the Promatic system itself.

This will be the 14th solid fuel firing installation supplied by Beralmar to the countries of the former Yugoslavia.

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