Local exhaust ventilation for packing lines and a central vacuum cleaning system
Installation of new local exhaust ventilation for two packing lines and a new and central vacuum cleaning system.
The two packing lines needed to have their existing local exhaust ventilation replaced by a new one that would meet today’s requirements in terms of automation, staff safety, food safety, noise, ATEX, mechanics and ergonomics. Concurrently, the existing vacuum cleaning system was also to be replaced in order to meet the same current requirements as the local exhaust ventilation.
Both new systems were to consist of a fully automatic filter, a ventilator and vacuum cleaning with noise attenuation and discharge and be connected automatically to a CIP plant and a hot air drying system.
The customer handled the overall project management, including project economy, scope of supplies and a time schedule. The project manager from Process Engineering was responsible for purchasing, reception of goods, inspection, test, control, safety coordination, documentation and CE marking plus coordination of environmental issues.
The project was separated into the areas process, electricity and automation, civil/building, process equipment and the environment.
The project manager from Process Engineering reported to the customer’s key people.
Service and scope of the project
Our service and the scope of the project include:
- Project management
- Process flow diagram
- Mass balance
- PI diagram
- Process description
- ATEX zones
- Machine plan
- Tender material and requirements specification
- Purchasing and reception of goods
- Inspection, test and control of equipment
- Installation tender
- Safety coordination
- Assembly management