Grosvenor Waste Chooses Canning Conveyor System.
- 05 March 2007
- Company & Industry News
Grosvenor Waste has recently confirmed that Canning Conveyor will be the supplier of conveyors for their Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) at their Century Wharf site at Crayford in Kent.
The project calls for the supply of two troughed belt conveyors designed to integrate the existing production lines with the unique, new 25,000 tonnes per annum plastic and can sorting plant by transporting the sorted cans and plastics from the MRF into the plastics autosort feed hopper. Both conveyors are manufactured with heavy duty lattice frames with full walkway on one side.
The paper line conveyor system calls for seven new conveyors and includes modifications to three existing quality assurance conveyors. The conveyors to be supplied include a short collecting conveyor, elevating conveyor, overhead conveyor and four feed conveyors.
Canning Conveyor will be responsible for the design, detail, manufacture and supply of all the conveyors and will commission the systems on site.
Second Contract Award
Grosvenor Waste has also awarded a second project to Canning's for the supply of two quality assurance stations and eight associated conveyors for their new MRF production line on the Crayford site.
Receiving feed from an existing trommel screen Canning is to supply three transfer conveyors and a screen feed conveyor. This latter conveyor will feed onto a new double deck screen that Grosvenor will install; oversize material will then feed onto an oversize conveyor and a quality assurance conveyor. The two new quality assurance stations will be supplied complete with structures to carry the new conveyors and will include picking chutes, floors, stairs and full handrailing.
Canning will be responsible for delivery, installation, belt fitting, vulcanizing and commissioning on site in early 2007.