While the concrete industry continues to promote the development of global infrastructure, people around the world are also seeking greater sustainability and environmental protection from the world around them. In the field of construction equipment, Lintec & Linnhoff has always been a pioneer in promoting the sustainability of the supply of construction materials, with a number of innovative designs aimed at increasing productivity while reducing the adverse impact on the environment.
In an example in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a Eurotec MZP200 ready-mix concrete mixing plant was installed in a closed warehouse in the Chan Sow Lin district in 2014. This is a very successful design concept, and other companies have adopted this design in the country, which has significantly improved the local air quality. “Seven years ago, this was the only factory in Malaysia with a closed design, but it quickly attracted the attention of the local construction industry, and they were impressed by the reduced noise and dust emission levels,” said R. Sakthi, Lintec & Chief Executive Officer of Linnhoff Concrete Pte Ltd.
“This has greatly improved the air quality and helped Malaysian industry to take another step towards a more sustainable infrastructure development.” Similar to other ready-mixed concrete plants in the MZ series, Eurotec MZP200 has a modular structure that can be used for installation and maintenance is convenient and fast. Chan Sow Lin’s project was completed in an almost completely enclosed warehouse. The factory’s six aggregate silos, multiple high-cement silos, central unloading and conveying system and static aggregate ground feeding and conveying system are all assembled in a huge Within the structure. In this way, dust and cement are controlled in the compound instead of polluting the external environment and nearby residential areas.
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