Do you have a chlorine feed system that needs to be protected?
Chlorine is an incredibly useful chemical–one that we use every day in so many areas of life… But in concentrated forms, it is also a highly toxic chemical that needs to be properly contained. When used in manufacturing processes, as it often is, it needs to be managed intelligently. Chlorine will attack any kind of metal and corrode that metal quickly, so Shelter Works fiberglass buildings are a great solution for containing and protecting any chlorine feed system throughout the United States.
One company in Michigan required a new liquid chlorine vaporizer for their facilities, but in order to optimize their chlorine feed system for safety, they wanted to isolate this process from the rest of the manufacturing processes. The equipment boils liquid chlorine to a gas at high volumes, which requires the utmost safety when handling this process. The solution was to house this chlorine feed system in an isolated Shelter Works building and then feed the necessary chemicals via pipe lines to the application points throughout the manufacturing process as needed.
Bob Seif, Project Manager for RS Technical Services, Inc., the company in charge of the installation, discussed how this project came to be and told us why the Shelter Works FRP building proved to be the perfect solution to protect this chlorine feed system.