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Akzo Nobel

CASE STUDIES: AKZO NOBEL

AkzoNobel, formerly known as Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) is a global paints and coatings company with operations in more than 80 countries. Its Slough manufacturing site were looking for ways to cut the emissions produced as a result of their production process and wanted a sustainable solution that would reduce their overall operating costs.

 

They chose Autoflame to deliver their natural gas energy efficiency project. The existing burners were replaced with Limpsfield high performance burners and bespoke control panels were designed and manufactured by Autoflame for the project. By using the Autoflame Micro Modulation Control System the amount of air and fuel passing through the burner is controlled to specific ratios, minimising harmful emissions, increasing combustion efficiency and enabling repeatable optimum performance.

 

Maintenance work has a negative impact on production, so it was essential the installation was completed within the strict timeframe. Autoflame worked closely with onsite project managers to ensure the project went smoothly and was completed to specification.

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