“Webb has positioned itself as a leader in providing large-scale, biomass handling systems,” said Noel Dehne, vice president of Webb’s bulk handling system sales. “Our engineers are experts at designing durable systems that can move the most difficult materials.”
The new system will move bottom ash and fly ash to trailer loading shuttle conveyors. The bottom ash system includes vibrating conveyors with scalping capabilities, belt conveyors, a drum magnet for removing ferrous metals, and an eddy current separator for removing non-ferrous metals. The fly ash system includes an inclined drag chain conveyor that leads to a silo, a vibrating discharger, screw conveyors, pug mill mixers, and an agglomerating trammel for mixing fly ash and bottom ash prior to transporting to trailer loading.
Webb will work with Burns and Roe, a leading engineering and construction company on the project. Work is scheduled to begin in March 2011.