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:: Bateman Apic Jigs Process Coal in India

Bateman is actively expanding its jigging business in India and several orders for Bateman Apic coal-processing jigs have been received during the past year from that part of the world.

While Bateman provides the technology, the bulk of the equipment which has to be imported and the supervision for the erection and commissioning of the process plant on site, its partner in India, Delkor Technik India, provides all equipment sourced locally, the site labour and any additional services which may be necessary.

The most recent order is from ACB, the largest private coal-transport and beneficiation company in India. This is for a 300 t/h Apic jig, to wash the final grades of medium-sized coal fractions at the Dipka washery. This will be the second Bateman Apic jig to be supplied to ACB, which took delivery this year of a 300 t/h jig to process the small coal fractions at the Chakabura washery.

Earlier this year, Nair Sons of Hyderabad placed an order for a 250 t/h Apic jig to prepare and wash coal at its Mandamari washery. In respect of this project, Bateman will be providing its expertise in coal processing and project engineering and, in the course of 2005, will assist in the erection and commissioning of the jig, which will form the core of the washery.

According to Vincent Dieudonn, Bateman Manager, Jigging, the requirements of the Indian market are demanding. However, because Bateman Apic jigs are capital effective and contain the most up-to-date control technology for the effective processing of all size fractions of coal, there seems to be increasing interest in our products.




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