Detergents Plant Relocation & Expansion
In the early 2000’s Chem Resist began a relationship with a growing detergent manufacturer based in the North West of England. Our expertise in understanding the chemical resistance capabilities of Thermoplastics helped us re-engineer a number of storage and blending processes formerly carried out in expensive and unsuitable materials.
Due to continued and substantial growth our client recently made the decision to move to larger premises in order to fulfil its potential.
Chem Resist was awarded the contract to undertake the relocation of the complete Cleaning Chemicals Storage and Production facility, including mechanical and electrical works.
At high level this involved moving existing storage and processing equipment, installation of new storage and processing pipework and the design and manufacture of a number of new blending systems, all with automated control.
In order to continue to meet customer demands during the project, the timing of re-location of existing coupled with commissioning of the new, had to be precise and well co-ordinated. As the principle contractor Chem Resist was able to utilise its full set of in house design, manufacture, installation and commissioning resources to deliver the tight schedule.
- 300,000ltr of raw material Bulk Storage integrated with delivery pumps and pipework
- 100,000ltr of Mixing-Recirculation Blending Facility in 6 Spiral Wound HDPE Mixing Stations
- Continued support of client with new mixing station, technical support and plant optimisation.
Chem Resist’s ability to work outside standard conventions and offer bespoke solutions enabled our client to deliver on an ambitious expansion project, without disruption to meeting ongoing customer requirements.