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Syral Marckolsheim

Preparing the air to improve on production.

Leading contractor: Syral Marckolsheim

Responding to its customers’ request, the Syral Marckolsheim plant (Alsace, France) decided to enlarge the range of products.

Already at the top of wheat starch, glucose syrups, etc., production for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries, the group turned towards dry glucose, maltodextrine and sorbitol production.

But on  « summertime » working, that is to say 6 months out of 12, the atomization (drying, grinding and packing) and stocking workshops air was seriously humidified : the dry products being hygroscopic, they absorbed air humidity which led to the caulking of the nets. The dry products resembling sugar they swell and stick.

Results: the production ability divided in two because of an inadequate air handling system.

Therefore in 2000/2001, with the building of a stocking workshop of 4 500 m², the air is to be handled at a larger scale. The plant calls upon EcoEnergie

In order to handle the atomization and stocking workshops air, EcoEnergie offers to prepare important flows of fresh air per hour for 18°C at 5g.

But EcoPMPI 600 in extreme conditions allows to handle maximal specific humidity on fresh air of 20g of water/kg of air at 32°C.

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The system assures of heating, discharging and dehumidification all year round while the original standard equipment only handled on wintertime conditions.

The EcoPMPI system satisfies perfectly the users: it fulfills the needs on normal conditions and according to the more extreme readings, manages to prepare 33% more fresh air per hour at 5g with input fresh air at 16g.

With its set of filters the caulking of which is controlled by an EcoTronic program via differential pressostats, the EcoPMPI allows to face up with the pure air demand in the food production. It’s a saving of time in the necessary dust-hunt before the products packing.

Realization: 2002


The results : considerable savings on energy, as much as 66%.