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Schenck Process Refurbishment Services Keeps Proctor and Gamble Plant Fully Operational

Schenck Process Refurbishment Services Keeps Proctor and Gamble Plant Fully Operational
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Schenck Process recently completed the successful refurbishment of key process equipment at the Proctor and Gamble site at London to ensure the efficient running of the plant. The work was carried out in the purpose made refurbishment cell at the Schenck Process’ factory near Doncaster, and caused minimal disruption the client’s operations. Refurbishing the equipment off-site eliminated the need for any on-site supervision, work instructions, and permits to be issued.

The refurbished equipment is part of the pneumatic conveying systems that have been supplied by Clyde Process, who is now part of the Schenck Process Group. The conveying systems at Proctor and Gamble handle a variety of materials

Central to all Schenck Process pneumatic conveying systems is the fast-acting original Dome Valve. The refurbishment of the valves includes inspecting the dome for abrasive wear, replacing shaft bearings and seals where required, and testing the operation of equipment and issuing a certificate of conformity. These are part of the 12-step refurbishment program available on this product and other components of Clyde Process and Schenck Process pneumatic conveying systems.

For more information, visit www.schenckprocess.co.uk

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