SARRALLE has been chosen by JSW BPSL to upgrade the Fume Exhaust System at their Tehsil, Odisha facilities in India. The new system will enhance fume extraction capacity for various furnaces and is slated for completion by early 2025.
SARRALLE has won a contract from JSW Bhushan Power & Steel Limited (BPSL) to refine the existing Fume Exhaust System (FES) at their Tehsil, Odisha facilities. This comes as part of BPSL's commitment to state-of-the-art manufacturing and environmental responsibility.
BPSL is a significant player in India's steel industry with plants in various cities including Chandigarh, Derabassi, Kolkata, and Orissa. Their product range is comprehensive, stretching from Coal Mining to producing various steel items compliant with national and international standards.
The primary aim of this project is to ameliorate the existing FES for 4 x 100 metric tons Electric Arc Furnaces (EAF) and 5 x 100 metric tons Ladle Furnaces (LRF). This is particularly crucial as the plant is set to produce 100 heat cycles per day with a 60% hot metal mixture in the total charge.
The revamped FES will be integrated with the existing primary and secondary extraction systems. This will ramp up the overall fume extraction capabilities and lead to a higher total flow rate across all extraction systems in the installation.
SARRALLE is tasked with the Design and Engineering of this novel system. In addition, they will oversee its Manufacturing, Erection, Start-Up, and Commissioning, aiming for a project completion by the end of 2024 or the beginning of 2025.
Enhanced fume extraction will not only streamline operations but also substantially reduce environmental hazards. This move aligns with BPSL’s vision of marrying technological progress with ecological responsibility.
With a completion timeline set for the end of 2024 or early 2025, this project symbolizes a significant stride towards operational efficiency and environmental stewardship for BPSL.
The collaboration between SARRALLE and JSW BPSL is a noteworthy step towards operational efficiency and environmental safety. The upgraded Fume Exhaust System aims to increase the extraction capacity, thereby creating a safer and more efficient work environment.