Meeting EPA Guidelines
Updating plant equipment to meet EPA guidelines.
The design was a success and the company took Premier’s revised recommendations and put them to action. Currently Premier has built over 40 fuel tanks for the customer’s fleet. The estimated service life improvement for the revised Premier certified tanks is five years longer than the customer’s original aftermarket design. Saving the customer maintenance time, and expense.
Premier excavated and drilled concrete piers and footings giving the project a solid foundation, designed and created detailed drawings for structural steel and mechanical components for the project, fabricated all the structural steel for the project (over 600 tons), as well as fabricated the mechanical components (bins, conveyors, chutes, etc.).
Provided industrial coatings for all the components, meeting a rigorous paint specification, installed the structural tower and trusses on-site along with the conveyors, bucket elevators, coke bins, chutes and ductwork. At the completion of the installation Premier also assisted the customer with the commissioning and start-up of the system.