written on March 5, 2012

CTW400bLast Thursday, March 1, 2012 Bin Harkil Co. Ltd. has commissioned the second plant for Tadarouj Company. The plant is dedicated to the production of high quality aggregate and rail ballast, for the construction of Saudi Arabian Rails project segment CTW 400, between Al Zabirah Rail and King Khalid Air Port in Riyadh.
Location


The plant is located in Majamah City, North West of Riyadh Saudi Arabia. It is complimented with Vibrating equipment such as Feeders and crushing screens.


This is one of the projects executed by Bin Harkil that is fully automated with the most flexible system to meet local requirements and to suit local operation and maintenance conditions.


Plant Design Capacity: 1500 TPH.
Gradation: 0-55mm, 0-5mm, 5-12mm,12-20mm, 20-30mm, 30-55mm.


The plant is designed to achieve the highest quality and capacity, and with the flexibility to change production range in the future.


Turn Over


The plant was received by Tadarouj Co. staff and completed its performance test last Saturday March 3, having the highest capacity result. Bin Harkil startup team will remain for a couple of days on the site to provide further training support.
M/S Tadarouj Company Ltd. had awarded Bin Harkil the contract for the design, supply and construction of two plants to achieve one of the largest demands for aggregates within a short period of time.
Both crushing and screening plants are designed to achieve 1,500 Tons Per Hour (TPH) of secondary finish product and it's by far the largest and most advanced plants in Saudi Arabia.


Words of Appreciation


Bin Harkil is highly thankful for the challenge given to carry such a sensitive project mission.
Sincere appreciation to goes to our partners in this project, namely Terex TMP, Metso Minerals, Telecontrols, RTL, and Masaba, which have provided excellent support for the supply of plant equipments and control system, to meet the project design.
Special thanks and gratitude to our long term automation partners M/S Telecontrols from Nilsperet, South Africa for their continued and growing support for the last 12 years.