PENTA has thirty years of experience successfully designing and building storages for the cement, lime, mining, industrial minerals, grain, fertilizer, and similar industries. These storages consist of A frames, bunkers, steel bins, concrete silos and domes. We have successfully completed many storage projects on-schedule and in-budget.
We will work closely with you to evaluate your goals for each project, establish how modifications and upgrades will be integrated into your existing facility with minimum plant downtime and ensuring your success metrics are achieved.
Some of PENTA’s storage projects include:
- Two 75,000 ston clinker storage silos, 25,000 ston off-spec silo, 20,000 ston blending silo in Kuwait.
- Two- 7,000 ston reinforced concrete silos with steel hopper bottoms and a common mat foundation for a marine terminal in Ohio. These silos were 150′ high by 45′ wide.
- One 28,000 ston reinforced concrete clinker silo with an inverted concrete cone bottom and a ring foundation in Oman.
- One 15,000 ston blending silo in Jamaica.
- One 25,000 ton reinforced concrete multi-cell storage silo with special withdraw, inverted mixed-steel concrete cone bottom supported on concrete columns.
- On an EPC basis we built a 75,000 ton clinker handling and storage dome designed to receive and reclaim clinker at a rate of 200 stph. PENTA provided all demolition, site preparation, foundations, and installation of the equipment.
- Rehabilitated bank of twelve concrete silos in Maryland on an EPC basis.
- One 90,000 ton cement dome and material handling system in Nebraska on an EPC basis.
- One 80,000 ston cement storage dome in Kansas on an EPCM basis.
- One 75,000 ston storage dome in Arkansas on an EPCM basis.
- Installation of two 4,000 ston each steel bins in Texas on an EPC basis.
To view more comprehensive information on PENTA’s engineering expertise, please go to http://www.penta.net/engineering-design/ or for more specifics on EPC and EPCM project solutions please go to http://www.penta.net/epc-and-epcm-services/.