Biomass cleaning project

Published:  02 November, 2017

QUIREPACE reports it has designed and installed six central vacuum cleaning/bulk removal systems for one of the largest biomass projects in a UK power station conversion. The company says the systems were designed to cover the whole of the project's mechanical handling, storage and out-loading system, including rail reception, screen house, conveyor gantries, dome loading/out-loading, transfer towers and onward to processing silos.

Each system is sized for two operators using 76mm bore hoses/tools carrying out bulk removal duties or four operators using 51mm hoses/tools for general heavy duty cleaning. There are hose connection points within the fixed pipe work attached to a filter separator where the product is separated from the conveying air with the air passing on to the 45kW exhauster package.

t: 02392 603700

e: enquiries@bvc.co.uk

W: www.bvc.co.uk

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