Portal Reclaimer for urea, Nitrogen Operations facility, TX, USA

AMECO Successfully Completes Commissioning of Portal Reclaimer in Texas

AMECO has completed the commissioning of one fit-for-purpose Portal Reclaimer handling 480 tons per hour urea with a rail span of 54 meters at a Nitrogen Operations facility in Texas for a major global producer.

AMECO team designed and supplied an innovative urea storage solution having a Portal Reclaimer able to drag urea up to 20 degrees below ground.

This Portal Reclaimer enabled the facility to increase its storage capacity by 50% in comparison to the standard solution available from other suppliers on the market.

This first of its kind piece of equipment demonstrates AMECO’s superior product delivery and dedication to serve clients’ needs in fertilizer, pulp, biomass and coal power plants and port terminals leveraging 85 years’ experience in machine design combined with best-in-class predictive maintenance.

AMECO – The Power of Know-How

AMECO Portal Reclaimer for generating station, USA

AMECO secures repeat order from major US utility company

After having successfully delivered and commissioned one Portal Reclaimer for LG&E at Trimble County Power Station, KY, in 2014, AMECO is currently commissioning a second Portal Reclaimer for LG&E at Bedford Generating Station, KY.

This very successful cooperation between the EPC, AMEC Foster Wheeler, and AMECO enabled a timely delivery for this Portal Reclaimer handling desulphurized gypsum.

This repeat order from a major utility company in the United States demonstrates AMECO’s recognized know-how for a gypsum handling solution. AMECO focuses on a robust design, using local manufacturers and on a user-friendly and mistakenproof software and interface.

During all the lifetime of the reclaimer, AMECO also provides preventive maintenance tools and an easy remote diagnostic.

Last but not least, we are aware that our customer operates in sensitive industries and AMECO is one step ahead of its competitors regarding machine safety and protection against external intrusions attempts.

AMECO – The Power of Know-How

AMECO portal reclaimer for coal, Morocco

Single boom portal reclaimers (PS1) at Jorf Lasfar, Morocco

AMECO has successfully supplied two single boom portal reclaimers for handling coal at a rate of 1000 TPH to the Mitsui-Daewoo consortium. These two reclaimers are currently on operation on Jorf Lasfar Electricity Company’s new units 5 and 6 in Morocco, the biggest power plant of the country

Capacity: 1000 ton/h
Rail span: 60 000 mm

End customer: Jorf Lasfar Energy Company (JLEC)
Material handled: Coal
Industry: Power generation

AMECO portal reclaimer for woodchips, USA

Portal reclaimer (PS2) at Portsmouth, NH, USA

In 2006, AMECO delivered a portal reclaimer for woodchips to the Public Service of New Hamsphire (PSNH)’s “Northern Wood Power Project”.
The goal of this project was to permanently replace Schiller Station’s 50 MW coal-burning boiler with a state-of-the-art fluidized bed wood-burning boiler of the same capacity.
The AMECO portal reclaimer is fully computer-controlled and contributes to the storage of a 14-day fuel supply for the new boiler. We are very proud to have participated in this project.
In 2007, it was namely awarded with Power Magazine’s prestigious “Marmaduke Award” for excellence in operations and maintenance.

Capacity: 90 ton/h
Rail span: 117 ft

End customer : Public Service of New Hampshire (PSNH) – Schiller Station
Material handled : Woodchips
Industry : Power generation

AMECO Portal Reclaimer for gypsum

Portal reclaimer (PS2) for gypsum. Ghent, KT, USA

A new AMECO machine has entered in operation in Ghent CCR Transport plant in Kentucky (USA). This machine is a traveling portal reclaimer handling gypsum at a rate of 750 TPH. AMECO has supplied this machine to the EPC company in charge of this project, Kiewit, and consolidates with this its presence in the USA market. Capacity: 750 ton/h Rail span: 27 991 mm End customer: Kentucky Utilities (KU) Material handled: Gypsum Industry: Power generation