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Explosion and Fire Protection Consultancy

Working with CoalMillSafety✓ will help achieving compliance with the ATEX Directives, EN Norms and NFPA Standards
We help operators of coal, lignite and petcoke grinding systems to make production of cement and lime products SAFE✓

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Coal grinding systems have wrongs in fire and explosion protection due to purchasing process: See here why.

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Just an example: Do-it-yourself work having gone wrong. A smaller issue. Who sees it? Who takes care of correcting this?
Just an example: Do-it-yourself work having gone wrong. A smaller issue. Who sees it? Who takes care of correcting this?

In the evaluation report the situation of a solid fuel handling and processing system and its operation are dealt with from raw fuel yard to the burner feeding equipment.

The existing equipment situations are analysed and where these are incorrect the remedies or needs for remedies are described.

For necessary corrections it can be necessary to find resources for engineering and calculations and new equipment may have to replace or complement what is in place. Many issues may need an approach by specialists. CoalMillSafety✓ can offer assistance.

For new systems you intend to realise it would be best to avoid the incorrect designs you have to expect.

Don’t wait with asking for help in, e.g., working out the tender. Once you have gone further down the road with a supplier it may become impossible to correct the new system’s design.

A correct tender helps to get things right. The potential for things to go wrong is present in every case. CoalMillSafety✓ knows the ways they are doing things of many suppliers. All of them have a history.

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And an example of a gross engineering fault: A cyclone with an obvious lack of explosion pressure shock resistance + an aborted effort to equip it with explosion vents, which would, inside the building, have been incorrect anyway.
And an example of a gross engineering fault: A cyclone with an obvious lack of explosion pressure shock resistance + an aborted effort to equip it with explosion vents, which would, inside the building, have been incorrect anyway.