Universal Granulation Line (UGL) and Ammonium Nitrate (DA)
Year of Implementation
Design Documentation for the Zoning Permit and Design Documentation for Building Permit, Decommissioning Process Documentation, Design Documentation for the Track Construction, Detail Design Documentation, Preparation of the HAZOP Study, Tender Documentation for the General Contractor of the "Turnkey" Project, Engineering Services related to obtaining Demolition Decision, Design Documentation for Planning Permit, Detail Design Documentation for Building Permit, Commissioning, Field Tests and Start-up, Site Supervision, Technical Supervision at Commissioning and Start-up of the Unit.
This project encompasses the construction of a new production unit, the Universal Granulation Line (UGL), the Ammonium Nitrate (DA) unit and new external logistics facilities. The purpose of the new UGL unit is the production of nitrogen fertilizers of the DASA, LAV, LAD and the production of ammonium nitrate at the DA unit as an input raw material for the production of fertilizers at the UGL unit and for the existing DAM unit. Production capacity is up to 50 t / hour. The output of external logistics is 200 t / hour. The "Universal granulation line UGL and ammonium nitrate (DA)" consists of a comprehensive set of buildings, which is functionally divided into a UGL production unit with its own production and granulation of individual types of fertilizers and a DA unit for ammonium nitrate production as basic raw material for the production of fertilizers, and the Logistics operating unit, which ensures the transport and storage of raw materials for the UGL production unit and the storage of the final production and its dispatch outside the production plant. Part of the project was the interconnection of production facilities and storage facilities with each other by means of transport bridges and the connection of facilities to the necessary energies and media by means of backbone power bridges and engineering networks. The project was drawn up in all necessary professions.