CONCRETE SILAGE CLAMP WALLS FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANTS

Prestressed concrete panels have been used for the construction of silage clamps for over 30 years. High density, high strength interlocking panels are robust and durable in this aggressive environment. Prestressing enables the units to flex under load and ride the stress of machinery impact without serious damage.


 CONCRETE SILAGE CLAMP WALLS FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANTS
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Prestressed concrete panels have been used for the construction of silage clamps for over 30 years. High density, high strength interlocking panels are robust and durable in this aggressive environment. Prestressing enables the units to flex under load and ride the stress of machinery impact without serious damage.

ACP Concrete wall panels are manufactured in a wide range of capacities to suit clamp designs from 2m to 5m high and can be designed to take the additional load of compaction vehicles up to 20t. All panels are manufactured using QA Concrete, designed to Eurocode 2 and CE marked.

Perimeter walls can be constructed using horizontal panels fitted to the face of the columns and made to measure to suit the bay width. The required overall height is achieved using a combination of standard sizes available.  Vertical cantilever panels are suitable for both perimeter and division walls because all standard ACP vertical panels are made to accept load from both sides (double loading) which allows another clamp to be added alongside or at a later date. Panels are made to suit the required height.

Good feedstock storage is critical to maximising the gas yield from AD Plants. ACP have been manufacturing & supplying prestressed concrete panels in silage clamps for over 20 years and have a wealth of experience to share with customers. Design & installation packages  available.

ACP (Concrete) Ltd is part of the Thomas Armstrong Group of Companies, 184 years of construction & manufacturing experience.

 


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