Dong Energy - Studstrup

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Dong Energy - Studstrup

Client:
Dong Energy
Role:
Storage capacity and conveying system
Tools Used:
Storage, Conveying
Year:
2016
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Lachenmeier Monsun together with partners: Persolit A/S and Danpro Steel Construction A/S provided the solution for the transport of wood pellets from ship to storage silo with a capacity of 1.000 t/h. The total silo capacity is 100.000 m3. Transportation of bulk material from the storage silo to the day silo has a capacity of 300 t/h. The power plant in Studstrup uses wood pellets for energy generation as an alternative to coal.

Lachenmeier Monsun supplied quay side receiving hoppers, transport system, silo extraction, aspiration and sampler systems as well as various safety systems. Our consortium partner Persolit A/S had a responsibility for steel structures, conveyor bridges, cladding and insulation delivery. The requirements for system functionality and safety mean that all electrical components will be self-controlled and classified according to the ATEX directive. All support towers positioned between the conveyors are equipped with spark detection and fire distinguishingsystem.

Lachenmeier Monsun supplies:

Filling of silo:

Heavy duty inclined belt conveyor type B1000 – Bio

Capacity – 1000 m³/h

Discharge of silo:

15 internal chain conveyors installed

in the silo floor with integrated pits

and drive over grids.

In the centre channel below the silo

a belt conveyor type B1000 conveys

the discharged wood pellets to the

boiler house via the existing belt conveying

system.

Support structures, bridges, walkway on

both sides of the belt conveyors, cladding

for covering of outdoor belt conveyors.

Complete design, manufacturing and

installation work.

Data silo:

Capacity: 100.000 m³ in wood pellets

Dia.: 70 m

Height to silo top: 46 m

Height of silo wall: 20 m

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