Coal Preparation Plant

A coal preparation plant (CPP) is a facility that washes coal of soil and rock, preparing it for transport to market. A CPP may also be called a coal handling and preparation plant (CHPP), prep plant, tipple, or wash plant.

The more of this waste material that can be removed from coal, the greater its market value and the lower its transportation costs.

Read more about Coal Preparation PlantRun-of-mine (ROM) Coal, Coal Handling, Coal Sampling, Washability, Crushing, Screening, Gravity Separation, Fine Coal Methods, Control and Instrumentation

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