Monday, December 2, 2013

Thank You and Congratulations to Shree Cement for the purchase of the Premium EZ Flexx Bricking Machine.



Shree Cement of India, with the help of NV Techno Services Pvt Ltd, has purchased a new Premium Ez Flex Brick Lining Machine, Radialign Laser and a 20' Steel Storage Container.
 
The Premium FDEOR bricking machine was designed for a range of 3.8M - 4.8M.

The Ez Flexx is a double arch brick lining machine that adjusts for kiln diameters ranging from 3.8M to 7.6M.

It features hydraulic jacks, screw jacks, and arch hinge connections allowing for the quickest and easiest machine adjustments in the cement kiln refractory industry.

The EZ Flexx has a standard 17 foot (5.2M) deck with fall guards or an optional heavy duty fall guard.
The 15,000 lbs (6,8100kg) live load frame capacity allows for three pallets of brick and a refractory crew - the largest deck in the industry.

The arch trolley glides up and down the work deck on an integrated rail system. Incorporated into the trolley is an ergonomic stair step to lessen worker fatigue.

As with all our brick lining machines, the EZ Flexx is designed with a cut away center section in the front arch to allow easy access to the key section. Both the Long Jack and Shim Driver come standard.

Our machine has a set of two 3-Way Master Valves. Positioned on the down kiln and up kiln arches, the 3-way air valves allow for rapid advancement up the kiln by engaging or releasing cylinders simultaneously or individually without resetting.
 The "Radialign" laser alignment device ensures refractory is installed perpendicular to the axis of the kiln.

The use of the Radialign prevents errors from being made due to manual measurement from distorted or worn away weld seams.

This in turn means longer refractory life due to less mechanical stress. Our customers were becoming increasingly uncomfortable with the old methods for determining radial alignment and were frustrated with the amount of downtime of their kilns due to improperly installed brick.

It is critical to install the brick perpendicular to the axis of the kiln. If the bricks are not placed in the proper alignment, the chance for premature brick failure will greatly increase.

We have documented cases of the laser being used for the first time inside of a kiln and the laser’s accuracy discovered improperly installed retaining rings; these retaining rings are the foundation for properly installed brick.

 Once the bricking machine has served its purpose and has been removed from the kiln, the question becomes - how far to disassemble it, where to put it, and what storage precautions or preventive maintenance needs to be done.

Variations in temperature, dust, and moisture all have adverse effects on the exposed bricking machine that is typically stored on the burn floor. We have customized a 20 foot (6.1 M) "SEA" shipping container with custom brackets and storage boxes to contain and transport your refractory maintenance equipment.

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Monday, November 11, 2013

New Ramp and Load Fixture to Cement LLC Slantcy, Russia

Thank You and Congratulations to Cement LLC Slantcy Russia and Hoganas. Cement LLC purchased a new Kiln Access Ramp, Load Fixture loading device, Brokk outrigger support matting for the ramp and a Muck-it-Bucket. 




Each Ramp and Load Fixture is custom designed by certified professional engineers, made with high grade 6061 T6 aircraft aluminum, strong as steel and half the weight.








Lightweight T6 aircraft aluminum construction is easy to handle and install. 3/8” (9mm) non-skid diamond plate decking.






 The Load Fixture is used when the bridge section of ramp exceeds 20 feet (6M) and standard forklift is insufficient as an installation support method







System includes support frame to attach to cooler door face and burn floor (hardware for bolting unit to burn floor, etc. is customer’s obligation)





Lifting lugs are designed into every ramp to maximize use of forklift for installation. Assembly is easy with modular sections.





 Designed to support 15,000lbs (6,804kg) live load with a 3:1 safety factor.






 Guard rails are removable. Radiused nose matches kiln.



 Brokk outrigger support matting is custom designed to each Brokk model. The matting will ensure your ramp lasts a lifetime when tear out is talking place on the ramp.



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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Vertical Lime Kiln Utilizes New Suspended Work Platform

A unique solutions to refractory maintenance on a vertical kiln, borrowing an example for the sugar industry. 

GOING VERTICAL: Bricking Solutions of Monroe WA USA has been supplying refractory installation equipment to the cement, lime and other process industries for over 40 years. Until just recently their equipment has been designed primarily for horizontal kilns or furnaces. The only venture into vertical vessels was to supply high strength aluminum support beams and beam installation systems used to build scaffold support floors in cement preheat tower cyclones.


Amalgamated Sugar in Paul, Idaho USA recently installed a new Eberhardt Lime Shaft Kiln KR8.0. JT Thorpe & Son, Inc installed the six component brick lining using staging in conjunction with a construction elevator and internal hoist. Once the brick was installed and kiln operational, Amalgamated Sugar needed a way to occasionally inspect and repair the refractory. The only method available for them to inspect and repair the brick is a complex scaffolding system.  Previously it took Amalgamated Sugar at least 2 full days and a complete crew to set up the scaffolding for their 97’ tall lime kiln. Another obstacle is there is only one entry point into the kiln 80 feet from grade which means all items need to be lifted by a crane and be able to fit through the 54” height by 36” wide entry point.

This installation method is not only costly because of labor hours but also shuts the kiln down much longer for inspection and patchwork. Vertical lime kilns are the second most popular kilns aside from the rotary kiln in the United States and Amalgamated Sugar knew there had to be a better way to move up and down their kiln. Working with Amalgamated Sugar, Bricking Solutions came up with a custom design that greatly decreases the kiln down time that safe and efficient. 

Bricking Solutions is a world class aluminum fabricator and uses high strength, light weight 6061 T6 aluminum in their products. They are best known for their “Ez Flexx” Bricking Machine and Kiln Access Ramps. Bricking Solutions design engineers utilized this expertise in aluminum fabrication to design a light weight 22 foot in diameter suspended aluminum work platform with a net load capacity of 6000 lb. (2722 kilos). The platform is suspended by 6 Safeworks LLC “Spider SC-1500” 1500lb capacity hoist. Hoists can be purchased or rented and it is recommended that an additional spare hoist as backup be available to prevent down time in the case of a hoist failure. Amalgamated Sugar chose to rent rather than purchase the hoists; in addition, 12 5/16” steel rope cables were also rented. Two cables for each hoist are required and should be long enough to run from the anchor shackle down to the floor of vessel. The redundant brake cables must be weighted with at least 25 lb in order to run through the hoist. Safeworks LLC also recommends that the cables be replaced after each use to prevent cable failure. 

PUTTING PLANS INTO ACTION: The suspended platform was shipped the end of February 2013 and commissioned the end of May (28th and 29th). Bricking Solutions provided a 5 person commissioning team including two Bricking Solutions certified design engineers, BBS Technical Services manager, Bricking Solutions Production Manager and Mark Keller of Trident Industrial Services Inc.  (A Corrosion & Refractory Consulting Services Company).

Before the new suspended platform can be installed, Amalgamated Sugar fills the kiln with cold Lime stone to gradually cool the kiln to prevent the shell from warping. With only one entry point into the kiln 80 feet from grade, after the kiln has cooled, the lime stone was then removed to just below the entry point to form a “basement” to allow the assembly of the platform. Since this is a new method of installation, Stainless steel rigging anchors were welded to vessel wall above the heat shield at the top of the vessel. One of Bricking Solutions engineers surveyed the vessel wall and determined it would be sufficient support for the 6,000 lb capacity suspended platform.  

While the rigging anchors were being installed, the platform frame sub-components were hoisted to the 80 foot access level and manually passed into the kiln through the man access door. Since the only access is one door 54” height by 36” wide, Bricking Solutions needed to design all components to be able to fit through this small opening and the components needed to be modular. The frame was assembled on the floor, the six hoists were connected to the frame and the cables were installed. 

Once the frame was completed and the hoists operational, the suspended platform was lifted a few feet off the floor to be able to easily install the decking. An opening in the center of the platform allows workers to stand in the middle and the decking can be laid on top of the frames. After all the decking, excluding the middle section, is installed, the suspended platform was raised to a little over head height from the basement stone and final fasteners were installed. It is important to note that all connections were made by pin connectors except the connection of the “Spider Hoist” to the frame.

Once the suspended platform was completed, final electrical connections to the special control box designed by Bricking Solutions were made. The control box allows all six hoists to be run by one operator. After all the cables (including extra safety brake cables) and electrical connections were made, the suspended platform was successfully tested by running it up and down the kiln with a total of 9 people wearing safety harnesses with lanyards. Surveying and welding the rigging anchors is a onetime installation and will be used with each operation of the suspended platform. Excluding this time spent and the electrical connections, the total set up took about two hours with a 10 person crew.

SAFETY FIRST: Notable features of the suspended platform are its light weight yet strong aluminum components, modular construction with mostly pin connectors for easy handling and transportation through access constraints. The six Safeworks LLC hoists that raise and lower at 35ft per minute and exclusive lever operated preloaded guide wheels. With the suspended platform, inspections are more thorough giving the inspector 360 degree access at any given height. Whereas with other means such as a Manbasket or Bosun Chair that have to be moved from anchor point to anchor point around the circumference of the vessel which is very time consuming. The distance between these anchor points are not easily accessed and thus overlooked and not inspected. Because of this, compromised areas of the refractory lining are missed and go undetected which may cause lining failure and very costly repairs and lost production costs. Even Scaffolding tends to inhibit proper inspection due to the fact that the inherent design of the scaffold places the Standards (Uprights) and the Ledgers (horizontal pipes) too close to the wall of the vessel. The octagonal design of the scaffold structure also causes the inspector to have to reach out at the midpoint of the Ledger (horizontal pipe) section to be able to inspect the vessel wall.

The platform is the safest option over all other methods for repairs as well. The Manbasket and Bosun Chair options are only effective for very tight areas such as small diameter stacks and only useful for very small repairs in any circumstance regardless of diameter. Scaffolding used for repairs usually entails manually handling materials (Bricks, Tiles and Mortar) from landing to landing up the scaffold. This opens up the risk of materials being dropped and skeletal/muscular injuries to workers from repetitive handling and reaching out to place the new materials. The suspended platform allows the workers to be able to constantly work at an ideal and comfortable height with an unobstructed 360 degree access to the work area. The suspended platform with its “elevator” like operation also allows the entire crew to ride the platform up and down for work breaks which is quicker and eliminates the potential of Slips, Trips and Falls that navigating scaffold ladders and stairs have. Also the suspended platform can be pre-loaded with materials before lifted into position at the working height. This also increases efficiency and decreases the time to get the required materials to the work height.


 In addition, the lever operated preloaded guide wheels provide stability to the suspended platform (generically called “Swing Stages” by the industry) when engaged and are able to retract to allow the suspended platform to navigate past any obstructions on the kiln interior surface, such as distortions, anchors or instruments.

Bricking Solutions next challenge for the suspended platform will be a larger platform with a load capacity of approximately 10,000 lbs. (4500 kilos) with an open center to allow material to be supplied by a separate material basket. The platform will have to be adjustable to different diameters. Bricking Solutions hopes to apply this suspended platform concept to preheat tower cyclones in the Cement Industry.

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Thursday, October 3, 2013

J.T. Thorpe & Son, Inc receive an Econ-O-Ring and 200' Long Hydraulic Conveyor

Thank you J.T. Thorpe & Son, Inc for your order of the Econ-O-Ring Bricking Machine and the 12" wide by 200' long Hydraulic Conveyor system.

 The Econ-O-Ring (ECOR) is an adjustable, economically priced, medium duty machine designed to service kilns from 2.8M to 4M.

With a two arch system, one row of brick can be keyed while another row of brick has begun on the front arch increasing production time.

Can be assembled, adjusted, and ready to lay brick in 45 minutes
Components are constructed with 6061 T6 aircraft quality aluminum. All fit easily through a 24” x 24” (600mm x 600mm) opening

Comes with hydraulic Keying Jack mounted on machine and additional spare parts

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 Reversible variable speed hydraulic drive set for local voltage/cycle requirements. 5hp electric power pack for belt lengths up to 150 ft and 7.5hp electric power pack for belt lengths up to 85M (280”)

Lightweight aluminum modular sections are easy to handle at 17kg (37lbs) each. System can be set up on the ground, springboards, or elevated on adjustable legs as required.

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Modular systems can be assembled in 10 ft increments (20 ft minimum). They can adjust up to 85M (280’) per minute with no load; with a maximum load capacity of 907kg (2,000 lbs) & approx. speed of 46M (150 ft) per minute.

Combination slider-bed and idler-roller design. Modular system has interchangeable sections. Rigid tension connection

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Work From the Bottom

Keith Post, Bricking Solutions, talks us through his wealth of experience on matters of proper refractory installation.

The kiln is down again. These are five words guaranteed to make people cringe with thoughts of added expense to the yearly budget, lost production and safety concerns due to another unplanned outage. Questions are asked, and doubts surface about the type of brick being used and whether or not it was zoned properly. Having waited for the end of the kiln’s proper 24-hour cooldown period and after it has been descaled, let’s say that, upon investigation, it becomes clear that a portion of the refractory is missing.

In fact, there are two or maybe three rows missing from the site of a shell deformation left by the failure of an earlier campaign. Now begins the tedious task of removing what is required, contacting a contractor, or having the appropriate plant personnel ready for installation. Once the brick is installed and the kiln fired, there is nothing to do but hope that nothing further will happen until the next scheduled downtime.

A meeting with a representative of the refractory company will be called prior to installation in order to determine the refractory type required. A proper analysis of brick samples will be conducted, but the timescales involved will invariably mean that the results will not be available until after the kiln is up and running. Determining whether to remain with the same type of refractory or choose a different one is discussed. The plant’s operating parameters have not changed, so what is different.

Case study
The company for which the author worked for 30 years was essentially set in its ways when it came to its choice of refractory contractors or installing plant personnel. This company formed a focus group, with the objectives of determining the best refractory types and their proper zoning, reducing refractory inventory to a basic amount, performing regulated refractory trials, determining the cause of any failures and offering technical assistance when and where it was required.

The most common cause of the failures observed within this organisation was a lack of proper installation procedure. For the most part, workers did not have full knowledge of the procedures, and the result was that they were not able to develop a thorough understanding of the potential failures that could arise by not adhering to them. Once this issue was identifi ed and full and proper instruction was provided on the installation processes, the rate of failures dropped signifi cantly. The Focus Group would meet with refractory champions and production managers for a yearly seminar to discuss techniques, implement proper procedures, for kiln, cooler, cyclone and duct work alike. A strong emphasis was always placed on the inclusion of the actual mason or brick labourers that the given plants dealt with. This kind of supervision became evident from the minimized amount of downtime that the company experienced.

 While it was clear that training was the key to more successful production runs, the Focus Group found that the implementation of this ideal was task within itself, especially when it came to contractors. Because a great deal of companies hire through union halls in North America, this was always a struggle. These methods don’t guarantee the same worker will come to each job, or even for consecutive days of the same job. Again, the time scales involved with a refractory installation simply do not allow for retraining of labor within the same project, and no amount of micromanagement could change that.

The next step
Time passed and the company disbanded the focus group, stating that there was “nothing left to achieve.” The results showed that this was somewhat shortsighted though, and failure rates began to creep upwards again. At the plants that the ex-focus group members had returned to, the group’s practices were still being implemented. Trials still used the same measures, and training was continuously being advanced and regulated, too. To enhance the goals and objectives that had been developed by the Focus Group, the author had contractors local to his plant perform a certification course for all employees working with the refractory group. The idea of the course was not the reinvention of the wheel, as it were, but simply to ensure that all workers entering the plant were aware of its minimum standards. These workers had to attend a course and pass with 75% minimum grade for working at the plant. All aspects of refractory installation for kilns, coolers, cyclones were covered and understood. Anyone that arrived at the plant not trained would not
work as a mason; in such cases, these workers were offered work as a laborer.

Certification
An accepted certification process for the masons and workers meant vast improvements for the plant, which made premature failures rare. Production time, and therefore overall output, was increased, and unnecessary downtime was reduced. In short, all plant processes were augmented. For the masons and workers, it demonstrated serious goals to be achieved, and a better understanding of both administrator and customer requirements. These measures allowed a working relationship to progress into a partnership.

The course itself concentrates on all types and aspects of refractory installation, from kilns to cyclones, whether they require brick, castables, gunites, shotcrete or plastics. In many respects, it focuses on a principle of ‘sticking to the basics’, eliminating the shortcuts and guess work that have always been the Achilles heel of refractory installation. It seems like a simple thing, but the provision of the correct equipment can improve safety standards of all applications, and this is no different. Once put in place, the application of effective training, equipment and knowledge can equate directly to safety, quality and advancement.

Conclusion
As far as advancements in refractory go, it is the simple oversight of one very important requirement in the developmental stages that has the tendency to hold things back; it often seems to be the case that the installation worker is neglected as someone who is expected to follow instructions that have not been fully explained to them. Perhaps worse is that they are overlooked as a valuable resource – these workers have the kind of hands-on experience that could be tapped for opinions on how to make installation procedure as efficient as possible. The workers are the foundation of any refractory installation program, and utilizing their skills correctly can ensure the program’s success.

In summary, there are ways to prevent unexpected outages, which can be very time consuming and costly. If the masons and workers are not trained properly, there could be an even higher cost, with the potential for premature failures arising from a poorly executed installation. If there is no system or set of procedures in place to quickly rectify such situations, then unexpected costs can soar even higher. Having a well oiled system where refractory improvement and installations procedures are continually being researched, as well as having a good labor crew certified on specific plants procedures will ensure that no one is left having to hear those five words again.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Bricking Solutions Port-A-Trac Delivery System for material handling within two 3.5m x 60m Acid Bake Kilns

CASE STUDY:

Equipment: Port-A-Trac
Description: The Port-a-Trac is a light-weight, aluminum, modular system for transporting full pallets of brick into small kilns where forklift access is limited.
Location: Lynas Advanced Minerals Plant, Gebeng, Malaysia

During the preliminary planning stage of the project it was determined that the use of the internal work platform and arch form that the use of small forklift, as originally planned, was not be feasible. Due to the extremely large volume of materials required to be installed, manual handling was also not feasible due to time constraints and concerns on safety and material damage during handling.

The Port-A-Trac System gave us the ability to maneuver our materials to where they needed to be for installation throughout the enire length of the kiln efficiently and safely.


The key points of this system over other options would be:

Efficiency:
  • Capacity to move full pallet of brick quickly into required position
  • Ability to use multiple material platforms (carts) to place full pallets of different brick shapes to the installation location.
  • With a Port-A-Trac, 2 men can easily push a 4,000 LB pallet of brick up the kiln and under a Bricking Machine
  • Increase speed of refractory installation
  • Build to any length - modular aluminum track comes in 3 meter and 1.5 meter sections

Safety:
  • No exhaust fumes or Carbon Monoxide issues as with the use of the mechanical options.
  • Reduction of manually handling of materials thus reducing the risk of injuries to workers
  • Decrease worker fatigue
  • Optional power winch available
  • Brake system to hold carts anywhere on track

Quality Assurance:
  • Reduction of damage to material by manual handling.
     
By:  Mark Keller of Trident Industrial Services Inc.


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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Arabian Yemen Cement receives new custom Kiln Access Ramp

Arabian Yemen Cement Company Ltd received a new custom Kiln Access Ramp from Bricking Solutions. Congratulations on their order and thank you to Mertec Switzerland!

Ramps get personnel and equipment in and out of kiln safely

Each ramp is custom designed by certified professional engineers

Made with high grade 6061 T6 aluminum, strong as steel and half the weight

Lightweight T6 aluminum construction is easy to handle and install


3/8” (9mm) non-skid diamond plate decking

Radiused nose matches kiln

Designed to support 15,000lbs (6,804kg) live load with a 3:1 safety factor.

Lifting lugs are designed into every ramp to maximize use of forklift for installation.

Most ramps install in less than on hour

Proper kiln access allows the plant to take advantage of all the latest technology for kiln maintenance

Increase productivity by allowing fast efficient material and equipment access

Increase safety by ensuring safe passage in and out of the kiln


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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Torpedo Ladle Bricking Machine

Did you know we also manufacture custom brick lining machines for torpedo ladles? Our most recent custom machine was for Zapadno Sibirskiy Metallurgical Combinat - West Siberian Steel Works (ZSMK)  Russia.   

 
  • This bricking machine is designed for installation of refractory bricks in torpedo ladles for the steel industry.

  •  Replaces old fashion wood form and wedges. Reduced set up and installation time

  •  Arch stabilizer post to adjust proper distance of arch from shell. 

  •  Arch Trolley cart to support arch and move the length of the deck


  • Designed and fabricated out of 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum with custom Aluminum Perf-O-Grip Planking and a 2,722 kg (6,000 kg) net capacity aluminum frame with rails to support trolley

  •  Custom made flex arch with flexible hinge connections to allow arch wings to adjust toward and away from kiln wall Arch stabilizer post to adjust proper distance of arch from shell

  • Arch Trolley cart to support arch and move the length of the deck


  • Curved Aluminum Wrappers to support machine on the bottom of torpedo kiln
 
  • Cylinder bumpers articulate to allow full contact with the refractory. 3 Way Master Valve allows for independent operation or all cylinders simultaneously.

  •   The Lubricator Filter is equipped with an emergency shut off valve in case of sudden air loss. 
 
  • Custom built for any size torpedo ladle


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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Our Ez Lift Platform in Action

Custom platforms for Cyclones, Vertical Lime Shafts and BOF process furnaces

 
  • Designed to meet specific platform size, diameter range, load capacity, and features
  • Platforms maybe assembled on the vessel floor or lowered through top opening.
  • Platform is designed to be operated by personnel while on the platform
  • Platforms are modular design. Assembly is relatively easy with parts are no heavier than 50 lb. and no longer than 10’ (2 hour assembly) (Electric hoists are 100 lb. each)
  • Load Capacity varies per customer specification.
  • All structural components are fabricated from aircraft grade aluminum (6061-T6) with a 4:1 minimum safety factor.

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Friday, May 31, 2013

Cement LLC's new Ramp and Load Fixture in Russia

 Cement LLC in the Leningradskaya region of Russia became the fourth Russian Cement plant to upgrade to a 6061 T6 high strength aluminum kiln access ramp system for safe and efficient kiln access, while also becoming the first Russian plant to take advantage of the unique Bricking Solutions load fixture design for installation and removing the bridges section.


Bricking Solutions load fixture is the safest most effective design for install and removing long bridge sections spanning over 6m or more, Cement LLC’s bridge section is almost 9m coming in at 8,7m long. 

Not only does the load fixture make it safe and efficient to remove and install the long bridge section but it also allows Cement LLC to lift the bridge section to rote the kiln during repairs without remove the bridge.

Bricking Solutions aluminum ramps are half the weight of a steel ramp and just as strong, with over 40 years or engineer design experience behind us Bricking Solutions is the leader in the process industry with custom fit aluminum ramp access systems.

Cement LLC just had their new ramp and load fixture system commissioned by BBS Technical Services and used it for the first time this past Month April 4, 2013.  Congratulations Cement LLC.
 
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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Shurovsky Cement, Holcim Russia, receives new Mini Econ-O-Ring Bricking Machine

Thank you and Congratulations to Shurovsky Cement, Holcim Russia in the Moscow Region and Hoganas AB Bjuf for their order of a new Mini Econ-O-Ring (MECOR)



The Mini Econ-O-Ring (MECOR) is an adjustable, economically priced, small duty machine designed to service kilns from 47" (1.2M) to 98" (2.5M) kiln diameter.






 

 
The MECOR is a single arched adjustable bricking machine.

 Mini Econ-O-Ring can be used in burning chambers for paper mill drying kiln, tertiary return duct in a cement plant, satellite cooler tubes on a cement rotary kiln, and small vessel, kilns and furnaces.

 
 It is manufactured out of lightweight aluminum and can be assembled in 30 minutes once inside the kiln.

The MECON is constructed in small components and can be handled by two people. The machine is designed to fit into limited access kilns.


 

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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

All Bricking Machines are NOT Created Equal

Who is Bricking Solutions and why are our products better than the rest? Please watch our 2 minute video.

CLICK HERE >>Not all Bricking Machines are created equal

 

A 2 minute video that briefly illustrates that our machines are proven to be 30% - 40% more efficient than competing products and 50% to 75% more efficient than outdated methods.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Personnel Protection Tunnel System and Safety Inspection Cage for Cimsa Cimento Sanayii - Kayseri and Mersin Plant

Bricking Solutions Personnel Protection Tunnel System provides a safe environment for workers from falling coating and brick inside your kiln.

The tunnel is designed to protect coating up to 113 kg (250 lb) from 455mm (18 in) with a 3:1 safety factor

Fabricated from 6061 T6 Aluminum with a steel mesh cover. On request, un-assembled can fit through most openings. Each tunnel section is 5 ft (1.5m) long and can be connected together as long or as short as needed




For 5.5m & larger kilns, a collapsible carrier is optional to attach to forklift for transportation and installation assistance
 Each leg height can be adjusted in accordance with varying surfaces and thicknesses of a coated kiln

 The setup cage is the first cage assembled in the tunnel system. A castor on the setup cage rolls on top of the v-channel of a extension cage in preparation to assemble the next extension cage.











For manual installation >5.5m kiln, the larger Set up Cage is 8 ft (3M) long & rolls along the spine of the tunnel allowing each tunnel section to be set up under cover. The first cage in the tunnel system is the 5 ft (1.5M) long Inspection Cage. Which can also be used free standing as a portable safety cage for quick inspections and repairs.


Here at Bricking Solutions, we are always striving to advance our equipment for better efficiency and safety. We rigorously test our equipment to improve our designs.


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