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Old Rotary Rail Dump System Service

On 2003 we installed ADS Dry Fog into a Rotary rail dump located Gerald Gentleman Station Power Station in Nebraska to help them reduce the amount of dust generated at each wagon dump. Few weeks ago our client told us that the system wasn't working as expected and probably will need an upgrade to make it run as it used to do it. Last week our Field Service Manager went on site to inspect the system but he ended up servicing the system. When he left this 16 year old dry fog system, it was running just as well now as the first day on install in 2003.  He mentioned that the system was running very good and it was way too foggy to see your hand in your face.  

Recent news

We would like to thanks to all our current and potencial customers who came to visit us last week at our booth at EXPONOR 2019. In the photo from left to right John Manolakis (Quaker), Travis Colson (TRC) & Gonzalo Campos (TRC).

 

By the end of April, TRC held a "Lunch & Learn" in M3 Tucson, USA. The main topic for our presentation, was the case study published in the latest edition of Dry Cargo magazine. (news item previously published "Measuring the efficiency of dust suppression systems).

 

 

One of the most difficult things to control pollution through dust suppression systems is to anticipate and measure the efficiency of it, writes Gonzalo Campos Canessa, CEO of TRC, in his Dry Cargo magazine article for the month of May.

His article is based on the methodology developed by TRC for one of his clients, consisting of working based on:

From May 27 to 30, Exponor 2019 will take place in the city of Antofagasta. The most important exhibition of technologies and innovations for mining in Chile.

During the next months we will be testing a new coating for our FP nozzles and check if there is any improvement on their life span operating under abrasive conditions. The tests will compare the new coating against the performance of the current TiCN coating.