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HMC achieves making crushing plants of cane from 500 TCD to 12,000 TCD.

ISLAMABAD -- Under the implementation of the government's restructuring plan, the Heavy Mechanical Complex (HMC) has build up a complete ranging crushing capacity of cane from 500 TCD to 12,000 TCD and beet sugar plants upto 3000 TCD based on world specializing processes.

The HMC sources said in a statement that the restructuring plan of the HMC was submitted to the Planning Commission in May 2010, which enabled the state-run organisation to manufacture the much-needed, Sugar plants, oil and gas processing plants, hydro power plants, thermal power plants, wind turbines for power generation, heavy forgings for Nuclear Steam Supply Systems (NSSS) area of nuclear power plants.

The sources said that HMC's engineering team was capable to draw up the details for complete plant engineering from plant layout to equipment selection, equipment design, piping schedules, material balance, utility balance, heat balance, loading and strength calculations of supporting structure.

HMC's engineering of sugar plant was capable of Konti Centrifugals and complete ranging crushing capacity based on various processes such as double carbonation double sulphitation process, Sulpho defecation process, defecation remelt carbonation / sulphitation process, defecation remelt taloflac / sulphitation process, any other process proffered by buyer, the sources maintained.

The sources further said that achievements of HMC were included sugar Plant Equipment, designed, manufactured and supplied 23 complete sugar plants of various capacities within Pakistan, two to Bangladesh and one to Indonesia.

Besides supply of sugar plants machinery and equipment on ex-works basis, HMC also undertake sugar projects on turn-key basis which include manufacture, supply, erection, installation and trial test of plant, controlling the juice and mud flow, it was learnt.
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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Nov 30, 2012
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