THE PROCHECK GUIDE FOR CEMENT PACKING PLANTS
Fully Comprehensive Reference Work
Our brand-new THE PROCHECK GUIDE FOR CEMENT PACKING PLANTS bundles practical knowledge for the sustainable optimization of HAVER & BOECKER packing plants in the cement industry in a compact form. We highlight more than 100 different optimization needs experienced by customers worldwide and show the causes and solutions for each of them. To do so, THE PROCHECK GUIDE FOR CEMENT PACKING PLANTS draws on detailed cement plant analyses from the global market and decades of experience of HAVER & BOECKER engineers and service technicians. With this reference guide, we set a new information standard for plant operators and technicians.
With the help of detailed illustrations, precise descriptions and simple explanations, you can quickly determine the the real causes of symptoms that occur and the necessary procedures and solutions. To this end, the English-language reference work is clearly divided into three chapters and will be updated at regular intervals in the future. It will also be published for other industries.
THE PROCHECK GUIDE FOR CEMENT PACKING PLANTS provides tangible knowledge for the sustainable use of our plants and their longevity. We would like operators to deal better with their plants, understand the systems’ interrelationships and to detect and treat occurring symptoms faster. This reduces the risk of possible consequential damage, which could be material, financial or personnel.
A well-maintained and adjusted plant operates continuously in a clean, safe and weight-accurate manner.
With THE PROCHECK GUIDE FOR CEMENT PACKING PLANTS, we are pursuing our ambition to make plant operation as climate and resource-friendly as possible. "It is our responsibility to future generations to take good care of our planet. With this valuable guide, we deliver this knowledge into the market," says Neu. "We want our customers to know: We do not leave them alone with their packaging process, and we act responsibly and trustworthily at all times - with all the cards on the table and at eye level."