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Tasek’s fabric filter conversion

24 March 2020, Published under Cement News

CTP Team has completed an ESP conversion project for Tasek Corp’s Ipoh cement plant in Malaysia to help the producer comply with new regulations for dust emissions at the stack. The 3-in-1 fabric filter system is designed with 12m-long bags equipped with SWAP cleaning technology,and required smart-thinking to fit an existing footprint. By CTP Team, Italy. Fabric filter at Tasek Corp’s Ipoh plant, Malaysia At the beginning of 2017 CTP Team entered negotiations with Tasek Corporat...

Caracolito’s cleaner air

24 June 2019, Published under Cement News

The replacement of the electrostatic precipitator with a bag filter at Cemex’s Caracolito plant in Colombia has had a positive impact on the company’s emissions indicators as well as the local environment and neighbouring communities. By Cemex, Colombia. The new bag filter at Cemex’s Caracolito plant in Colombia has reduced particle emissions from 127 to 12mg/m 3 Colombia is one of Cemex’s most-important markets in Latin America due to its size, the dynamism of the local constr...

Rebuilt to last

05 June 2017, Published under Cement News

Rebuilding aging ESPs can help to significantly improve their operational efficiency and bring dust emissions back in line with statutory requirements. By Rico Chen, Sasza Chyntara, Willy Stevanus and Nga Nguyen, Tai & Chyun Associates Industries, Taiwan, and Nguyen Kien Trung, Cong Thanh Group, Vietnam. Electrostatic precipitators remain one of the most efficient dedusting technologies available Despite its long history and the arrival of more advanced solutions, the electrosta...