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Another G-CAMŽ heads for Mexico

Mexico GCam inspection

An independent inspector has given the green light for the export of another Greenbank G-CAM® carbon-in-ash monitor.

The state-of-the-art equipment passed a formal inspection with flying colours at Greenbank’s manufacturing centre in Woodville, Derbyshire, and is now set for installation at a power station in Mexico.

This latest G-CAM® is the third to be supplied as part of a major contract to supply four carbon-in-ash monitors for two coal-fired plants in Central America. The final unit will be manufactured and shipped by mid-summer 2018. 

Ray Moorehead, Sales and Marketing Director at Greenbank, commented: “To be involved in this project is immensely satisfying for the company.

“We’ve been working closely with our American and Japanese customers on this project for two years now, and the results so far bode well for a long and continued future working relationship.

“This latest contract brings the total number of G-CAMs® installed around the globe towards the 100 mark. Plants in China, India, Europe and the Americas are now benefiting from the technology.

Greenbank’s GCAM® has been an arrowhead part of our successful family suite of fuel distribution monitoring and balancing technologies for over a decade now. It is also fantastic to see our business playing such a productive and positive part in helping plants monitor, analyse and control the combustion process as they look to meet the challenges of reducing emissions and improve plant efficiency.”

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