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Cargill - Whiskey Island - Surge Bin Removal

Cargill - Whiskey Island - Surge Bin Removal

Location
Cleveland, Ohio
Client
Cargill Salt Deicing Technology
Designer
Dynatec Mining Services Team Mixing Technologies
Contract Value
$386,000
Completion Date
2010
Market Sector
Mining
Capabilities
Self Performance

The project took place in a salt mine located 1,700 feet below Lake Erie. The Surge Bin was 200-feet-long, 30-feet-wide and 20-feet-deep. The project included removing old steel structures, conveyor belt frames, walkways, two large hoppers, and the salt that filled the bin. The steel was cut using oxygen and acetylene torches and then removed from the bin. Seven monorails were installed along the roof and crews used air tuggers to move steel and lower a large truss. The steel and salt were removed so that Cargill could use the space for future crushing operations in the mine.

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