Brine and Chlorate Systems Expansion, Chemtrade Logistics Inc.
Allnorth provided capital cost estimates, detailed engineering and electrical engineering services for an expansion at this sodium chlorate plant. The new brine and chlorate treatment facilities were to be constructed in a new process building. The electrical engineering work involved power system studies and modifications to the existing MV/LV power distribution system, various drive systems, lighting, general services, heat tracing, cable systems, lightning protection and procurement specifications. The instrumentation engineering scope included I/O schedules, cause and effect diagrams, alarm lists, instrument lists and data sheets, DCS wiring diagrams and installation details.
Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:
- Detailed engineering
- Procurement assistance
- Electrical engineering
- Automation engineering
About this chemical project
The Chemtrade Logistics plant in Prince George, British Columbia manufactures sodium chlorate for the pulp and paper industry. This project involved constructing new brine and chlorate treatment facilities in a new process building.
Services in this project
Electrical & Instrumentation Engineering
Allnorth offers a complete electrical and instrumentation (E & I) systems package – engineering, installation, integration testing, commissioning, and field services.
Project and Construction Management
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