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  • Gasholder Design Gas Storage Solutions
    Design pressure where applicable mm WG mbar Maximum allowable gas holder diameter where applicable metres Site ambient temperatures high low C Site wind speed m sec Site snow dust loading kg m Site seismic zone Stored Gas Characteristics Please forward a gas analysis chemical composition sheet if possible Gas type Maximum gas temperature C Maximum gas flow in m hour Maximum gas flow out m hour Gas inlet pipe diameter m Gas outlet pipe diameter m Gas density kg m Gas dust content mg m Condensates content Control Instrumentation Limit Switches Yes No Comment Volume indication system Yes No Comment Gas leakage monitoring Yes No Comment Gas temperature monitoring Yes No Comment Gas holder pressure monitoring Yes No Comment Fittings Safety gate Yes No Staircase Lighting Yes No Roof Lighting Yes No Internal Lighting Yes No Warning Lights Aircraft Yes No Nitrogen ring main Yes No Electrical trace heating Yes No Internal painters rail Yes No External painters rail Yes No Reload Image Enter the code above News Carbon monoxide turned into useful energy One of Outokumpu s Corporate responsibility theme year goals was to improve the Group s energy efficiency One way of reducing the company s energy more

    Original URL path: http://www.lazarusandassociates.com/enquire.php?id=8 (2016-02-11)
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  • Contact Lazarus & Associates
    Barn Hall Lane Marchington Staffordshire ST14 8LG United Kingdom Lazarus Associates Limited Stratum House Stafford Park 10 Telford Shropshire TF3 3AB United Kingdom Tel 44 0 1283 820699 Fax 44 0 1283 820713 Tel 44 0 1952 214097 Fax 44 0 1952 214001 News Carbon monoxide turned into useful energy One of Outokumpu s Corporate responsibility theme year goals was to improve the Group s energy efficiency One way of

    Original URL path: http://www.lazarusandassociates.com/page.php?id=10 (2016-02-11)
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  • Carbon monoxide turned into useful energy
    OY of Finland improves the Group s energy efficiency and thus reduces total carbon dioxide emissions The CO gas produced in Tornio at Outokumpu s ferrochrome production process can be used to fuel downstream processes such as the adjacent hot rolling and cold rolling mills Excess CO gas is also utilized by the Tornion Voima power plant located at the Group s site Outokumpu produced 1 4 million giga joules GJ of CO in 2008 Before construction of the gasholder the company was unable to utilize all of the CO produced because of breaks in production When these occurred the CO had to be flared and released into the environment as carbon dioxide because CO is hazardous to human health As the new gasholder holds excess gas when this cannot be directly delivered to downstream units it acts as a buffer during short breaks in production According to Anne Kärki a Section Manager for energy at the Group s Tornio plant the CO gasholder designed by Lazarus Associates Ltd brings flexibility to Outokumpu s production operations in Tornio allowing the CO utilization rate to be higher The gasholder also stabilizes the gas pressure which improves both quality and levels of safety The carbon dioxide emissions resulting from the approximately 300 000 tons of CO the Group produces will continue However as the CO is utilized as fuel in downstream processes this means that carbon dioxide emissions associated with purchasing and using other forms of fuel are avoided The steel gasholder is 41 meters high and 35 meters wide features a rubber membrane seal manufactured by ContiTech Elastomer Coatings of Germany with whom Lazarus Associates Ltd have a worldwide exclusivity agreement It has a maximum capacity of 20 000 cubic meters which is equivalent to one hour of gas production The

    Original URL path: http://www.lazarusandassociates.com/article.php?id=15 (2016-02-11)
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  • ContiTech makes the world's biggest gasholder diaphragms
    and weighs 12 tonnes They operate in the 70 meter high steel containers that collect process gases from the whole steel complex MAN Ferrostaal headquartered in Essen is setting up the containers The company is also in charge of the construction and installation of the gas management system From initial talks and drawings at the outset of the project on through agreement on the design and right down to manufacture of the dry seal diaphragms the development teams from MAN Ferrostaal ContiTech and Lazarus collaborated closely every step of the way says Jonathan Landells head of sales at Lazarus Associates Ltd in the UK and ContiTech s sales partner for engineering In the gasholder a reciprocating piston moves up and down adjusting the storage capacity to momentary fill volume so as to maintain the gases at operating pressure explains Alexander Papadimitriou head of the Industrial Products and Elastomer Sheeting segment at ContiTech Elastomer Coatings The diaphragms ensure a tight seal between the holder wall and the piston during all movement states Immense quantities of gas are involved All told the steel mill produces a million cubic meters of blast furnace and converter gas each hour reports Walter Offner who oversees the whole project for MAN Ferrostaal With enormous capacities like that every component has to function perfectly adds Ernst Eberhard von Claer project manager at MAN Ferrostaal That s why the company is relying on the competence of ContiTech We exactly defined the size and quality needed for the gasholder diaphragms in our units and ContiTech is capable of completely satisfying these requirements Needless to say production of two gasholder diaphragms of such gigantic dimensions posed a daunting challenge says Alexander Papadimitriou But our experience as developers and manufacturers of innovative industrial products enables us to come up with individual

    Original URL path: http://www.lazarusandassociates.com/article.php?id=16 (2016-02-11)
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  • Essar Steel Algoma confirmed today they have successfully started up a new, 70 MW Cogeneration Facility.
    project would not have been possible In October 2006 in response to a request for proposals for combined heat power generation Algoma Energy LP entered into an agreement with the Ontario Power Authority to construct and operate a 70 MW cogeneration facility The facility reduces Essar Steel Algoma s reliance on the provincial power grid by 50 on average freeing up this capacity for the rest of the province By employing low NOx burner technology and by eliminating the need to flare by product fuel the cogeneration facility will reduce Essar Steel Algoma s nitrous oxide emissions by 15 approximately 400 metric tonnes per year Essar has set a precedent as the first integrated steel manufacturer in Canada to construct a cogeneration facility fueled with by product gas from the operation The facility converts by product fuels from the coke making and iron making processes into electricity and steam for the steelworks It features two 375 000 lb hr boilers and a 105MW turbine combined with other related components such as a generator 750 000ft3 Dry Seal Type Blast Furnace Gasholder designed by Lazarus Associates Ltd from the UK condensate and feed water systems a water treatment plant a cooling

    Original URL path: http://www.lazarusandassociates.com/article.php?id=33 (2016-02-11)
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