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New SteamGen™ 4 project in Poland

Published: November 9, 2016

Aalborg Engineering has secured a new contract valued more than 13 mil. EUR to the growing Polish energy market. Together with our local partner Control Process we have been selected, as supplier of two new boiler installations. The customer has in their evaluation focused on speed of delivery, the efficiency and environmental impact of the project. The client Tameh is a joint venture between Tauron and Arcelor Mittal. Tauron is Polish utility power producer and Arcelor Mittal is one of the largest steel producers in the world.

The project consists of two SteamGen™ 4 boilers which are firing waste gasses from the steel mill. These gasses, Blast Furnace Gas and Coke Oven Gas, would alternatively be burned into the atmosphere without any utilisation of the energy. The technical data of the two high pressure steam boilers are 150 t/h, 92 bara and 540 C.

With focus on achieving the most environmentally friendly solution, both the owner Tameh, and the consortium with Aalborg Engineering and Control Process have developed this solution, with the aim to be an example to follow. All efforts possible have been used to find the right combination of efficient waste gas consumption and low emissions. The final project is designed for scenarios including both high availability and an optimised overall concept. As the project will be installed in an existing building also this task requires the best planning and efficiency.

The project is handled in a consortium with Aalborg Engineering and Control Process SA from Poland. Control Process is a leading local technology and contractor company in Krakow.

The project installation will commence in 2017 and commercial operation is expected in 2018.