CTP Team has signed a revamping contract for a HeidelbergCement plant located in Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine. The contract is for the replacement of an existing electrostatic precipitator with a state-of-the-art bag filter.
The aim of the project is to comply with new environmental regulations set in Ukraine. It is a proven sign of HeidelbergCement’s efforts to invest in energy-efficient technologies and production processes, for the reduction of emissions in the industrial processes.
CTP Team will supply a new baghouse, which will be equipped with SWAP technology for the cleaning of the bags with low pressure compressed air. This new filter will fit the constraints of the existing surroundings, which are extremely demanding in the case of the Kryvyi Rih plant. CTP Team will design the new filter to fully recover the existing ESP support structure with relative foundations. This will minimise the CAPEX.
With this project, CTP Team confirms its part on HeidelbergCement’s selected panel of technology providers, which it has chosen in the pursuit of its global environmental policy. CTP has stated that its supports the Group in the global effort to minimise emissions and spread the Group environment strategy.
CTP is a leading engineering and manufacturing company, with 50 years of experience in the fields of air pollution control systems, dust collectors, filtration equipment, heat exchangers, and waste heat recovery.
The HeidelbergCement Group is one of the world’s largest building material companies, with 140 years of experience in the cement market.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/30102018/ctp-team-has-been-awarded-a-revamping-project-for-heidelbergcement/
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