Early stages of the Energos Project Value circa £2.9 m currently being fabricated at our Pocket Nook Workshop.
The furnaces are part of a waste to energy plant that recycles household bin waste and converts to reusable energy with only 8% of black bag waste going to landfill. The construction consists of three fuel furnaces built to the same specification, each weighing approximately 95 Tonnes and being constructed in three phases. Phase 1 consists of a fuel hopper, a fuel chute and a fuel feeder unit. This has now been completed and is due for site installation in April 2014.
Completed fuel feeder ready for loading onto a trailer for its journey to the paint shop.
Collaboration from concept to construction
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