22 T BOILER FOR MOLKEREI AMMERLAND
Molkerei Ammerland eG in Wiefelstede-Dringenburg processes cheese, fresh produce and butter. Sustainability is firmly established in the company’s aims. This includes efficient production methods that save resources at all production stages.
The existing process steam supply had to be modernised and expanded. Steam generators for the food industry were therefore required, which Hagelschuer was able to implement successfully into a large project.
Images of the project at Ammerland eG
A completely new boiler installation room was erected, in which a highly-efficient 22 t / 16 bar (o) boiler with integrated Eco mode was installed. The 20 m³ feed water tank with degasser and feed water pumps was placed next to this. On-site, the existing softening plant with residual hardness monitor was integrated into the complete ultra-modern and complex system equipment. The new system is operated in accordance with EN 12953 (72h-operation) and corresponds to an accepted assembly in accordance with module G. The flue gases are removed via a 30 m high smokestack. Hagelschuer implemented this project from planning and assembly to commissioning and was therefore able to implement the “everything from a single source” principle as a system provider for the customer.
About Ammerland eG
Ammerland eG is one of the oldest dairy co-operatives in Northern Germany. It was founded in 1885 and is one of the largest and most modern dairy farms in Europe these days. Around 2,000 farmers in the region lead the dairy as a co-operative company.
Further references for steam generators in the food industry
Our rental boiler plant Jule (3 t/h, 2.1 MW, 16 bar) had not yet been completed when we received the first inquiry from our project partner CAL Trading from the Netherlands. A dairy plant for goat milk needs an additional process steam supply as a temporary solution for approx. 2 years for the expansion of its product range. The customer’s requirements were high; in addition to a fully equipped container facility, the customer also wanted the ongoing operating costs to be as low as possible.