Waste-to-Energy & Biomass Plant Inspection

The inspection of a Waste-to-Energy and Biomass plant will typically take place in 2 steps. The first step consists of a visit during normal operation, where Dublix will carry out the following procedures:

  • Mechanical inspection from outside of the furnace
  • Evaluation of the combustion process
  • Identification of limitations and possible areas of improvements
  • Discussion with the plant management about the current operation versus their wishes

A report will be issues after this first step, which presents the findings from the inspection and highlights areas with strong optimization potential. The second step is a visit during a planned shutdown of the plant, where Dublix will carry out the following procedures:

  • Inspection of the combustion system; definition of various emergency repairs and fine tuning activities
  • Registry of the various identified elements which require repair or upgrades at the next shutdown, with suggestions to a prioritized intervention plan

From this detailed inspection, Dublix will be able to offer the best solutions for the plant optimization. The plant can choose to use Dublix as supervisor, alternatively Dublix can take the full responsibility for the implementation.