GH container plant installed on the roof as an energy center
The tradition-conscious family business SchapfenMühle has a high quality awareness
and demanding requirements for the process steam supply.
Hagelschuer supplied a containerized steam boiler plant to SchapfenMühle GmbH & Co. KG from Ulm.
The fully equipped energy center was built at the company’s site in Dornstadt on the roof of the
production building and connected to all supply lines.
The GH container plant supplies 2.5 t /h process steam at 32 bar permissible operating pressure. The division
and arrangement of the plant technology in the container has been deliberately designed generously in order to
sufficient space for operation and maintenance. To the elementals
In this project, one of the most important plant components is the built-in steam accumulator.
Image of the GH container facility
If short-term and counter-cyclical steam withdrawals are pending that the steam generator cannot provide, the steam accumulator compensates for the required steam quantities and makes them available. The design, execution and commissioning of the container plant and the steam accumulator were individually calculated and optimally implemented by the Hagelschuer specialists.
The fast and solution-oriented implementation of the modern plant technology ensured a satisfied customer.
About the Schapfen Mühle
The SchapfenMühle was founded in 1452 and is now run by the fourth generation as a medium-sized family business. With more than 200 employees, we are the specialist for innovative products around the raw material grain. In addition to flours, flakes, cereals and baking ingredients, we specialize in the ancient grains spelt and emmer.
Other 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.