The reconstruction of the 9th section of Poltava GOK

Company "Spetsstroymontazh-Ukraine" (Kharkiv) has completed the reconstruction of the ninth section of the JSC "Poltava GOK" (Komsomolsk, Poltava region)..

The company’s specialists performed complex disassembly and assembly work process equipment and utilities. It was dismantled 15 km of electric networks, 200 tons of production equipment, 400 cubic meters of reinforced concrete, 70 tons of pipelines and 200 tons of metal. Installation work at the GOK began in March last year. Installation was made of monolithic reinforced concrete foundations volume of 600 cubic meters, electricity (70 km), metal (300 tonnes), special equipment (350 tons) and steel pipes (100 m). As a result of improved product quality Poltava GOK.

The most specific type of work for "Spetsstroymontazh-Ukraine" was the installation of imported equipment — slurry pumps and hydrocyclones (for classification of thin materials), as well as mills increased diameter. At present, the equipment has already started.

After starting the ninth section of the plant in January of this year has already been made 400 tons of products. Starting the ninth section will allow in the future after a complete renovation of the 15th section of getting about 500 tonnes of concentrate per year, that is, Poltava GOK increases its performance.

Help "SQ". "Spetsstroymontazh-Ukraine" was founded in 1992 The company provides comprehensive solutions in the construction of industrial, commercial, residential and administrative facilities. During the activity, the company has implemented more than 70 projects. The firm’s clients include Northern Mining, Poltava GOK Stakhanov Ferroalloy Plant and other enterprises.

In 2010 Poltava GOK produced over 10 million tons of iron ore pellets, becoming the largest producer and exporter of pellets in the CIS. The main customers are steel mills in Austria, Germany, India, China, Serbia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Japan. 97.31% stake in Poltava GOK owned "Ferrexpo AG" (Switzerland).

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