The project oversaw the implementation of Enstorga’s two patented technologies in the construction of an alternative fuel storage hall with a floor area of 1000 m² and an automation system using 4.0 industrial solutions.
With the project delivered in the spring of this year, the replacement of fossil fuels will further reduce the amount of carbon dioxide generated during the production of one tonne of cement.
For the first time in the history of the Hungarian cement industry, a technological line for storing and dispensing alternative fuels that operates automatically without human intervention has been implemented. With that addition our company will be one step closer to establishing circular economy.
Paying attention to every detail
Excellent teamwork and coordination allowed the project schedule to meet every deadline. This would be a challenge even in ideal times, but during the COVID-19 pandemic especially so.
The construction area of the brownfield investment covered also the remnants of the technology built in 1963 and the dismantled in the 1990s.
The entire supply and construction cycle has been carried out in accordance with the highest international technical and quality standards. During the project 2.500 m³ of concrete and 150 tonnes of rebar were built in on the site.
In terms of health and safety, the 14 month project was completed without accident, on time, and in line with budgetary plans at the end of January.