FASSA BORTOLO a loyal RHEWUM customer for more than 20 years

19.06.2020, Spresiano, Italy

Meike Schulz, RHEWUM GmbH

The company FASSA BORTOLO from Italy has been a long-standing customer of RHEWUM GmbH. Now the leading producer of building products and solutions is expecting two new vibratory screening machines for its plant in Brazil.

In the FASSA BORTOLO plants sixteen RHEWUM WA screening machines, one RHEWUM DFM and one RHEWUM MDS machine have been performing faithfully in the classification of dolomite, limestone and sand since 1991. For its plant in Brazil, the industry specialist requires screening machines that will be used in the future for classifying limestone and silica sand. The limestone to be classified has a nominal feed capacity of 60 t/h and a maximum of 70 t/h per screening unit, whereas with silica sand it is a nominal 30 t/h and a maximum of 60 t/h. The separation is 4.5 mm, 3.0 mm, 1.2 mm and 0.6 mm with a desired screening of maximum 140 tons per hour.

 

Due to the requirements two screening machines of RHEWUM type WA with triple-deck screening unit and the 60 Hz mains frequency required for Brazil proved to be the optimal solution.

Not only the very good quality of our screening machines is decisive for the customer. But also our many years of experience in the uncomplicated handling of shipping abroad. We consider ourselves lucky to have such a loyal customer at our side and thank him for his trust.

Are you still looking for the right screening machine for your product? No problem, we will find a tailor-made solution for you. Contact our screening experts now and arrange a non-binding consultation.

 

Further information about the FASSA BORTOLO company can be found at www.fassabortolo.com

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