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CEMS Analysis Cabinet

The project of CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring System) analysis Cabinet with FTIR spectroscopy technology (Fourier Transform Infrared) intended for the exhaust gas emissions control at chimney, coming from an incinerator of urban solid waste, began in the month of February 2016.

The supply, realized with the support of specialized staff, was composed of:

  • installation of FTIR cabinets subservient to the fumes analysis from the chimney and the related electric and pneumatic distribution system (including the service gas system to analyzers), the heated transport lines of gas to be analized and a heated box required to maintain the temperature of gas sample
  • manifacture and installation of N°1 Switchboard for electric power supply, control and command and N°1 Switchboard for data network management.
  • integration with air  conditioning system and equipment /utilities/services

The project started in February 2016, is ended in April 2016 with the delivery to the final customer after a functional FAT with industrial tests prescribed by the regulations and release of final documentation as well as the declaration of conformity with CEI EN 61439-2.

Lime Kilns

The project for the construction of two DSS kilns (double shaft with a rectangular cross section with the gas circulating in co-current with capacity 300 t / day) and 2 Hydration plants (10 T / h) was started in October of 2014.

The supply, as a whole, has focused 5 PLC Switchboards, 5 MCC Switchboards (non-extractable) and 5 supervision stations for the control room. In the months from August to November 2015 commenced the commissioning activities of the first kiln, the first plant of hydration and the common section.

With the support of the local staff have been installed the supervision stations, completed the network cables for communication between the PLC and MCC Switchboards of the various sections and between the PLC of the various sections.

The electrical and mechanical inspections of the equipment have been performed on field, and then it is proceeded with the cold and the hot startup.

In the following months the tuning of the plants are continued to ensure the contract performance and in the month of May 2016 the second hydration system has been commissioned.

Actually are working 4 sections of 5 and remain to perform the activities for the 2nd kiln for which has not yet  been defined the scheduling time.


Bioethanol renewable source

The plant in Crescentino, in the province of  Vercelli, is the first in the world designed and built to produce bioethanol from agricultural waste or plants not for food use. It is a real revolution, pursued for years by many companies, even global company, operating in the energy sector.

But no other, up to now, has been able to bring the laboratory results to a real industrial-scale production.

The experiences gained in Crescentino allow the construction of similar facilities in the US, Latin America, Europe and Asia. The project was supported by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme for research and development.

The demand for alternatives to oil is strong for some time. The oil in the last century, led to a huge industrial revolution, economic, social and environmental. Today, the company, the regulations and the markets seek solutions to preserve the intrinsic quality of petroleum products, but at lower costs and environmental impacts.

Until now, it was possible to produce bioethanol using corn, sugarcane and other crops yet create serious conflicts between food and energy use of these varieties, with consequent negative repercussions on agricultural commodity costs. The new technology overcomes this limit, because it is able to extract bioethanol from lignocellulosic biomass such as Arundo donax, the common reed or agricultural waste such as straw.