Humboldt Wedag Coal & Minerals Technology, a subsidiary of KHD HUMBOLDT WEDAG, has been acquired by Indian plant construction company McNally Bharat Engineering Company (MBE).
The new company, MBE Coal & Minerals Technology, is headquartered in Cologne, Germany, and still provides the benefits of more than 150 years of experience.
During this time the company has become a leader in the planning, delivery and construction of plants and equipment for mineral and coal processing.
Little has changed for the company apart from the name and the colour of the logo.
The long engineering tradition continues to provide specialist know-how, state of the art technology, skilled employees and comprehensive service.
McNally Bharat Engineering Company is one of the leading plant construction companies in India with headquarters in Calcutta.
With subsidiaries in South Africa, India, Russia, China and Brazil, which together employ around 200 people, MBE Coal & Minerals Technology offers in-house solutions for comprehensive delivery and service in the field of minerals and coal preparation. These range from the first consultation and feasibility studies to facility design, engineering, equipment delivery, installation and thorough user training.
Products and services include customized plants and equipment for coal processing configured according to the raw material either with jig technology using ROMJIG and/or BATAC jig or with the heavy media separation process utilizing heavy media separators, vibration screeners and magnetic separators.
For mineral processing MBE Coal & Minerals Technology offers BATAC jig with JONES and PERMOS magnetic separators as well as the pneumatic flotation PNEUFLOT.
Peripheral equipment required in connection with the grading processes for coal and minerals include proprietary cone crushers, hammer mills, impact crushers and rod mills as well screening machine models USL and USK.
The vibration mill model PALLA is used for the wet, dry, inert or low-temperature crushing of various materials in minerals, metal and coal processing as well as crushing processes in the glass, cement, chemical, ceramic, paint and food processing industries.

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