Installation of Electrolytic Dissolution System

This project included the design of a 15,000-gallon electrolytic dissolver utilizing high voltage (14.6 kV) and nitric acid baths to dissolve an array of complex waste materials. Existing balance-of-plant service upgrades were included in the project (compressed air, cooling water, electrical systems, control systems, etc.) to support the initiative. A separate 100,000-gallon stainless steel storage vessel was designed to ramp existing storage capacity to provide system reliability and availability. All equipment was required to be installed and maintained remotely via crane operations. The engineering design effort included management and coordination of all engineering disciplines with strict interface control. A 30% design package was prepared with preliminary drawings, equipment takeoffs, and scope definitions to provide a baseline cost estimate for the project.

South Carolina, USA
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