HUTH­MANN ABS / Steel con­struc­tion

Plant for the deli­very and tre­at­ment of slag and dust for addi­tio­nal pro­ces­sing as fil­ling mate­ri­al. Tip­ping out hall and tre­at­ment sluice with extrac­tion plant for gene­ra­ting nega­ti­ve pres­su­re.

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SAFE­TY AND ENVI­RON­MEN­TAL PRO­TEC­TION

ASPECT 1

Safe­ty and envi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion

When mate­ri­als are tip­ped out, dust is gene­ra­ted which must not escape from the buil­ding in an uncon­trol­led man­ner. Uti­li­sing an effi­ci­ent extrac­tion sys­tem, com­bi­ned with the instal­la­ti­on of an ela­bo­ra­te inter­nal clad­ding for the walls, enab­les the dust to be extrac­ted in a con­trol­led man­ner and bound in a fil­ter sys­tem. This the­re­fo­re ensu­res a high level of per­so­nal and envi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion.

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EFFI­CI­ENT COM­BI­NA­TI­ON OF REIN­FORCED CON­CRE­TE AND STEEL STRUC­TU­RE

ASPECT 2

Effi­ci­ent com­bi­na­ti­on of rein­forced con­cre­te and steel struc­tu­re

The sen­si­ble com­bi­na­ti­on of rein­forced con­cre­te and steel con­struc­tion enab­les you to expe­ri­ence all the bene­fits that each respec­tive method pro­vi­des. High­ly load-bea­ring pre­fa­bri­ca­ted con­cre­te slabs are uti­li­sed in the area of instal­la­ti­on sites for machine­ry who­se type and exact posi­ti­on will only be deter­mi­ned later. The mass of the con­cre­te slabs dam­pens the vibra­ti­ons of the machine­ry. Fur­ther­mo­re, it is ensu­red that the machine­ry loads are safe­ly trans­fer­red to the steel gir­ders of the frame­work, regard­less of their exact posi­ti­on. Con­trol, inspec­tion and main­ten­an­ce access points are con­struc­ted in a steel con­struc­tion with gra­ting and bulb sheet metal coverings and can also be pla­ced on the con­cre­te slabs after instal­la­ti­on of the machine­ry tech­no­lo­gy.

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OPTI­MUM ADAP­TATI­ON OF THE DESIGN TO THE MACHINE­RY INSTAL­LA­TI­ON POSI­TI­ONS

ASPECT 3

Opti­mum adap­tati­on of the design to the machine­ry instal­la­ti­on posi­ti­ons

With a steel con­struc­tion, one is always able to respond opti­mal­ly to the requi­re­ments of the machi­ne plant. Access rou­tes for ser­vice mea­su­res and sup­ports for plant com­pon­ents can be easi­ly imple­men­ted. Even wall clad­dings with sub­st­ruc­tures and ent­i­re gir­der lay­ers can be adap­ted to amend­ments in the machine­ry instal­la­ti­on posi­ti­ons during the plan­ning sta­ge and, in some cases, even during the exe­cu­ti­on sta­ge.

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