Over many years, Strudes has been involved in the development and construction of pollution control systems for the cement and metallurgy industries, including alternative solid fuels, dust reduce equipment, satisfying entirely the requirements of its clients.
STRUDES involvement in the development and construction of new pollution control systems is brought to the forefront as evident in the assistance provided to Procedair (today: Solios) in the structural design of the large baghouses used in the Cement and Aluminum industries.
STRUDES installed equipment to receive, store and process (shred) a variety of alternate fuel streams to generate savings through the substitution of Alternate Solid Fuels for Coal (40% fuel replacement).
We support Lafarge’s strategy/targets for alternate fuels utilization.
The bypass dedusting project at Essroc's Picton Cement Plant was a "turn-key" supply. The bag house equipment was installed by the supplier. Strudes' engineers coordinated and designed the necessary foundations and tie-ups with the existing equipment and structures.
The need to improve efficiency, eliminate an environmental liability and significantly reduce kiln dust made it necessary to introduce new ingredients, taconite and flyash, to the raw mix at the Lafarge Alpena Michigan Plant. The flyash is delivered by rail car and transferred by means of a pneumatic system to a 40,000 tonne dome storage facility. The taconite is delivered by self-unloading ships through the transfer tower whose electrically operated doors allow the ship's boom to unload material in a dust free environment. It is then distributed by a tripper conveyor into a 60,000 tonne storage hall.
STRUDES installed equipment to receive, store and process (shred) a variety of alternate fuel streams. This generated savings through the substitution of Alternate Solid Fuels for Coal (40% fuel replacement).
We support Lafarge’s strategy/targets for alternate fuel utilization.