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WEATHERING THE STORM: STORAGE FOR ALL SEASONS


Tank Connection was asked to provide a uniquely specified storage container for strategic mining materials in Newfoundland, Canada. The project called for the dry stockpile storage of in-process fluorspar ore. The client had previously relied on a fabric building but, due to the temperamental weather and strong winds of the North Atlantic coast, it was destroyed within a year. The company’s design team worked with the client


on a storage structure able to accommodate an existing stacker belt. A drive-through into the structure was also needed so that a front-end loader could access the


material. The end result was to utilise Tank Connection’s bolted RTP (Rolled, Tapered Panel) tank design that would support an aluminium geodesic dome. The tank and dome combination is a free standing structure designed to receive material via a fixed, cantilever stacking conveyor. The stored material is reclaimed by a front-end loader as the process requires. The dome structure was designed to Aluminium Design Manual (ADM) 2010/2015 specifications. The bulk storage product serves the client’s facility by providing a permanent, all-weather enclosure for the fluorspar ore.


| tankconnection.com


STAINLESS STEEL TANKS BENEFIT FROM AUTOMATED CONSTRUCTION


YTRON PROVES IT’S UP TO THE TEST


Ytron has recently opened a test centre in Bad Endorf, Germany. It hopes that trials there can result in product quality improvement as well potential savings in energy and process times. Facilities, include an 80-square-metre wet area, a ceiling crane with a weighing module, a powder disperser as well as in-line homogenisers with shear speeds up to 60 m/s and a jet mixer applied to a hydraulic hoist. | ytron.com


B&P Engineering has launched production on the new hall with an area of 5200 m2, equipped with the most technologically advanced production line in Europe designed to conduct automated construction of stainless-steel tanks and falling film evaporators. The infrastructure of the facility enables the production of tanks from two to four metres in diameter and a maximum height up to 27 metres. As a result of the implementation


of the automated tank construction line, B&P Engineering will be able to carry out projects faster. The tanks will be built three times faster than traditional methods.


The B&P Engineering portfolio includes ready-made products targeted at the beverage industry, and


based on the


manufacturing model, B&P Engineering manufactures


contract devices


by order of world-renowned brands from various industries. | enginering-bp.com


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