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September 25, 2017
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Jukes Farm Case Study

Jukes Farm Case Study

The Project 

As part of a new development in renewable energy, Northsound Ltd were involved in installing a 1 MW boiler. This boiler not only runs on woodchip but will also burn chicken litter as part of a new sustainable way of heating poultry sheds.

 

 

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Southwark Gantry Case Study

For the purpose of odour sampling, Northsound manufactured, delivered and installed a galvanised gantry. The gantry was built in our fabrication workshop which is based in Woodchester in Gloucestershire. It was then transported for galvanising, and delivered to the Central London site for installation by one of our site teams. As part of the project we added four stainless steel sample point openings to the existing, double skinned stacks to allow the operator to take readings from inside the stacks. From managing manufacturing lead times to organising a contract lift, Northsound completed the project to budget, on time and to the agreed quality standard.  Please click on picture below to view larger images.

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Chemical Process Case Study Part 1

As part of an agricultural  chemical process, Northsound manufactured steel work from engineering drawings. The platform and supporting steel work brought a verity of equipment together to achieve a facility to mix and blend chemicals.  This project is another example of progressing raw materials to completion of site installation. As part of the project Northsound supplied and installed pipe work and valves ranging from HDPE electro-fusion to PP but-fusion. Also installed was double containment pipe work to transport harmful acids safely, all pipe work was fully pressure tested  before being handed over to the client.     

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Chemical Process Case Study Part 2

Another aspect to this project  was the manufacture of a stainless steel mixer tank, this would be the holding vessel to which the chemicals are mixed. After welding the tank we conducted a leak detection test before the tank left our fabrication workshop, a test certificate was then issued to the client. As the tank could not be transported with motor and shaft  in tact, this was all installed on site by our own engineers. The mixer was installed carefully onto load cells  and fixed firmly to the floor in its correct position. After the mixer was installed our site teams then installed the services which included compressed air, water lines, acid  lines, and a 200mm UPVC extraction duct. To the success of this project we are now negotiating a further two mixing stations
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