FRP (Fibre-reinforced Plastic) Duct Replacement, Crofton Mill, Catalyst Paper
Allnorth provided 3D scanning and piping design services for this project. A section of 60” diameter ducting in this mill had failed and needed to be replaced. The problem section of ducting spanned two floors of the building and followed a complex route through multiple pipes and structural supports. The client wanted to maximize the pre-shutdown work on the ducting spools and ensure proper fit during their short shutdown. We scanned the ducting using our 3D laser scanner, then used the scanned 3D images to create a model of the section of ducting to be replaced. By using the 3D scanner for this project, Allnorth efficiently produced an accurate design that allowed for a successful installation during the client’s short shutdown.
Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:
- 3D scanning
- Mechanical engineering
- Project management
About this pulp and paper project
Catalyst is western North America's largest producer of mechanical printing paper. The Crofton Division, located on southern Vancouver Island near the town of Duncan, British Columbia, produces newsprint, directory paper and kraft pulp.
Services in this project
Allnorth provides 3D laser scanning services using our in-house 3D laser scanner, Leica ScanStation™ C10. Our technical staff produce 3D solid models, volume and area calculations, topographic detail surveys, and quantity surveys.
Allnorth provides comprehensive mechanical and piping engineering services to industrial projects. Our in-house multidisciplinary expertise allows Allnorth to offer integrated service packages for clients in multiple sectors.
Project and Construction Management
At Allnorth, we believe that communication and teamwork, from start to finish, are key to the successful execution of any project. We work closely with our clients to plan and manage projects from initial concept through to delivery.
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