Dust extraction system realized in 18 months of assembly time
The mechanical assembly and electrical installation of the steelworks dust extraction system took a total of 18 months to complete. As a first step, our SGS team dismantled the two existing electrostatic precipitator systems with a total weight of 1,000 tonnes of steel. Then we took charge of the new steelworks dust extraction plant assembly of around 1,200 tonnes of steel and piping construction, and the electrical installation. Our SGS team, consisting of 25 qualified skilled workers led by SGS project manager Christian Hatzmann, carried out exemplary work. In addition to their expertise, the managers at Deutsche Edelstahlwerke especially appreciated the on-time and uncomplicated assembly process by SGS.
About our customer, DEW
Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Witten is a global leader in the production and processing of stainless steel with more than 160 years of experience in the industry . The stainless steel products produced are used in the automotive industry, aerospace, mechanical engineering and in energy and plant technology.
- Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Witten (DEW) & Scheuch
- Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Witten (DEW)
- Environmental technology
- Construction location
- Witten, Germany
- Contruction period
- 18 months, March 2012 - August 2013
- Scope of delivery & service
Mechanical assembly and electrical installation of a steelworks dust extraction system.