The installation was built in a partnership between Vortex SLS, Gawa and Lascon. A similar installation was built in Germany in 2017, with the same cooperating companies. In this composition, Vortex is the party who determines the design of the installation, Gawa is the party that manufactures the key components of the installation in the form of skid built systems and Lascon supplies the tanks and assembles the installation together on site through connecting pipework. There is a great deal of mutual trust in the cooperation between these three parties, with great independence being expected from each party in its part of the scope.
The scope for Lascon consisted of the delivery of 9 tanks, varying in size from 8 to 44 m3 content. Amongst these tanks, eight are intended as a process tank and therefore also equipped with a stirrer. Just like the project in Germany, the agitators are supplied by Jongia, who we know to be an expert supplier. In order to arrive at the right agitator selection, detailed selection interviews took place at the table, including experiences from previous projects.
Production of the tanks started in January 2018. These were delivered on location in the period March / April, tailored to the civilian planning of the new plant. After the tanks and skids were installed, a lot of work could be done on the connecting piping, total length more than 3.5 kilometers. At the start of the new potato campaign, the installation was ready to be used.