Pollution Control - Exhaust Ductwork
Client - A pollution control equipment manufacturer recognized the value of having a technical resource work closely with their customer's people to assist on the installation of a turnkey pollution control system. They needed 50,000 CFM. Our job was to process an exhaust ductwork system to connect four existing web coating lines into two new thermal oxidizing pollution control devices.
Toyenco, Inc. was hired to design and install the system. Our engineers and associates, working closely with our clients and their customer's engineers:
• Surveyed the Customer's Roof to Develop a Practical Routing for the Ductwork, Minimizing Interference with Roof Obstacles
• Assisted Our Client's Customer to Provide a Professionally Engineered Steel Support Structure, Utilizing Existing Building Columns to Support the Load of the New Ductwork
• Designed, Fabricated, Delivered, Craned, & Assembled in Place over 700 Feet of Double Wall Insulated Ductwork & Supports
The job performed well, on time, with no surprises or extra charges. Both our client and their customer were well pleased.
Industrial Ventilation - Dust Collection System
Our client was a national manufacturer of wood products. They required an upgrade to their existing dust collecting systems at one of their East coast facilities. Toyenco, Inc. designed a Design & Build package for a 35,000 CFM Dust Collecting System to eliminate three existing individual dust collectors and connect the three individual systems to one common dust collecting system.
Our Engineers and Associates, working closely with the client's Operations Manager and equipment vendors:
• Determined Equipment Requirements & Client's Future Needs
• Verified Existing Wood Working Equipment, Dust Collecting Systems
• Designed, Specified & Developed Equipment & Ducting Arrangement.
• Integrated Three Individual Dust Collecting Systems into 1 Common System
• Verified That the System Design Complied with the Insurance Company's & Local Fire Authorities Requirements
The design package went in on time, met the budget and complied with SMACNA, ASHRAE, and NFPA Standards in addition to reducing maintenance and operating expenses.