Rock Gypsum

Kamengo has developed a design practice capable of tackling complex projects, including retrofits of storage and feed arrangements that suffer from plugging.

Gypsum is a sticky, cohesive material that is particularly difficult to handle when wet.

When compacted, gypsum can gain a concrete-like strength. The net result is a material that is unforgiving, where poor bin and feeder design will lead to permanent, chronic bridging and plugging.

In service are two self-unloading ships for transporting raw gypsum. Each ship is fitted nine 100-foot long Kamengo Feeders. The first ship went into operation in 2002.

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