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FCB Horomill®: 25-year history told by Buzzi Unicem

In the February issue of International Cement Review, Buzzi Unicem reviews its cooperation with Fives in the development of the FCB Horomill® technology.

To find out about the evolution of this equipment through the story related by Buzzi Unicem, from the first presentation of the FCB Horomill® in the early 90's until its implementation at Maryneal plant (USA) in 2016, to know more about this technology suitable for both cement and raw mix grinding without any alteration to the machine configuration, and to figure out why the FCB Horomill® remains the first choice of Buzzi Unicem group for its new installations, follow the link:

News No: 3633
Date: 2019/02/15 - 19:48
News Source: Fives Group

Cement  Buzzi Unicem  technology  US 

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