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CTP Sinto America receives Holcim order

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CTP Sinto America has entered into an agreement with Holcim (US) Inc. to supply air pollution control equipment to lower the emissions of one of the cement kilns at their Midlothian facility.

In this project, exhaust gases from the main baghouse and coal mill baghouse are combined and sent to the new system and then directed to the existing wet scrubber.

The project scope includes supply and installation of a CTP Model AutoTherm6-4200 designed to handle 420 000 Nm3/hr of gas, and duct modifications required to route the gas to the RTO and return it to the exhaust. CTP Sinto America will provide engineering, manufacturing, project management, field operations, installation and commissioning. Controls will be integrated into Holcim’s existing plant-wide DCS. The system will be ready for operation in 2016.

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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