AJ Tensile News

Rahway Valley, New Jersey – Tank No.1

Date posted: 14 June 2018
Posted in: Biogas Systems, Manufacturing

Our Biogas and Manufacturing divisions recently completed a joint Biogas project in the USA for WesTech Engineering. Located in Rahway, New Jersey, the tank-mounted BioSphere gasholder has a capacity of 1,350 cubic metres with a base diameter of over 23m and a height of over 6m. This project is the first of three phases for Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority, an autonomous agency that owns and operates a trunk sewer system and a wastewater treatment facility in Rahway, New Jersey. The RVSA currently serves more than 250,000 residents and 3,500 industrial and commercial customers in 14 communities in central New Jersey.

AJ Tensile Biogas Systems and AJ Tensile Manufacturing Ltd will also be manufacturing BioSphere gasholders for Tank No.2 and Tank No. 3.

Vacancy: site supervisor for our Biogas division

Date posted: 10 June 2018
Posted in: Biogas Systems, Manufacturing, Tensile Fabrications, Tension Structures

Our Biogas division is recruiting!

A hands-on site supervisor is required to oversee installations of biogas domes and anaerobic digester covers. No experience is necessary as full on-the-job training will be provided. Must be willing to work away from home occasionally for several days at a time and be capable of using hand tools (drills and spanners etc). CSCS certification is a requirement, experience with MEWPs would be beneficial. Please send your CV with a covering note to gary@ajtensile.co.uk

AJ Tensile biogas domes at Severn Trent’s £60m Minworth thermal hydrolysis plant

Date posted: 30 May 2018
Posted in: Biogas Systems, Manufacturing

This article by James Brockett originally appeared in the May 2018 Water & Wastewater Treatment newsletter, and is reproduced with permission.

A J Tensile Manufacturing Ltd fabricated the biogas domes at our manufacturing plant in Caldicot, South Wales.

http://wwtonline.co.uk/news/severn-trents-%C2%A360m-thermal-hydrolysis-plant-starts-operating/4211

The £60M scheme changes the way the company treats waste before generating green power and will make the process considerably more efficient, meaning the amount of clean energy generated will increase by almost a third. More than half of the plant is now up and running and it is expected to be fully operational by the end of the summer.

Severn Trent said the Minworth site already generates enough clean electricity to power the equivalent of 11,000 homes and enough gas to heat 4,800 homes every year, with this set to increase as the THP comes online.

David Nyul, who is leading the project for Severn Trent, said: “It’s really exciting to see this cutting edge technology starting to become operational.

“This has been a huge investment for us and this innovative tech means that we’ll be generating more green power than ever before at Minworth. We have significant expertise in anaerobic digestion and THP is the next step to make the process even more efficient in the future.”

The process works by heating sewage sludge to 170°C and then pressurising it. The thermal hydrolysis process has an additional benefit as the leftover solids can be classified as “enhanced” status fertiliser and could potentially be used in the production of crops for human consumption, Severn Trent said.

Nyul added: “Minworth is our biggest sewage works and treats waste water from more than 1.6 million homes and businesses across Birmingham and the Black Country. The technology we have already generates both power for use in the works and gas for injection into the national grid.

“The bio-gas we create through this process will both be used to generate electricity and to be treated at our gas to grid plant on site to make it suitable for domestic use before being injected into the grid where it will be used by local homes and businesses.

“The new THP will increase our generation which is good for Severn Trent, for our customers and for the environment.” Severn Trent aims to generate 50 per cent of the energy it uses by 2020.

The company announced plans to invest £100 million to “get ready for the future” as it posted its latest set of financial results on 23 May.

Author: James Brockett, Water & Wastewater Treatment newsletter

Our Biogas division is recruiting site installation subcontractors

Date posted: 10 May 2018
Posted in: Biogas Systems, Manufacturing, Tensile Fabrications, Tension Structures, Uncategorized

AJ Tensile is seeking practical self employed sub-contractors to assist us with the installation of various projects (predominantly biogas membranes) throughout the UK.

CSCS accreditation is a must, along with a hands-on and flexible approach.

Please email gary@ajtensile.co.uk expressing your interest.

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BioSphere gas dome ready for packing

Date posted: 19 April 2018
Posted in: Biogas Systems, Manufacturing, Uncategorized

This 3890 cubic metre slab-mount BioSphere gasholder is getting final checks at our production facility before being packaged up ready for installation at Knostrop Sludge Treatment Facility in Leeds. Our team will be installing it over a period of two weeks for our client Black and Veatch.

One of our canopies just doing its job..!

Date posted: 8 March 2018
Posted in: Manufacturing, Tension Structures

Keep the snow off the entrance to your building with a canopy by A J Tensile Tension Structures Ltd.

AJT Biogas projects in Water & Wastewater Treatment magazine

Date posted: 8 March 2018
Posted in: Uncategorized

Of the ten treatment sites listed in this article, 60% of them are A J Tensile Biogas Systems Projects: Great Billing, Cardiff Bay, Budds Farm, Davyhulme, Avonmouth and Knostrop.

(Right-click the image and ‘open image in new tab’ to read the article)

Source: Water & Wastewater Treatment for the Wholesale Market magazine, March 2018 (Volume 61, Issue 3)

 

 

 

 

Sandown inflation test

Date posted: 6 March 2018
Posted in: Biogas Systems, Manufacturing, Tensile Fabrications, Uncategorized

Inflation test at our production facility of the inner liner for a 975 cubic metre gasholder at Sandown, Isle of Wight.

Malaysia Gasholders

Date posted: 6 March 2018
Posted in: Biogas Systems, Manufacturing, Tensile Fabrications

The second of three large gasholders having the finishing touches applied at our Caldicot production facility before being carefully packed, crated up and shipped to Malaysia.

University of the West of England Sail Canopies

Date posted: 15 January 2018
Posted in: Tensile Fabrications, Tension Structures

AJ Tensile Tension Systems Ltd was selected by main contractor BAM Construction to provide feature canopies to the walkway at the University of the West of England’s new Enterprise Zone in Bristol. The project consisted of the engineering, manufacture, supply and installation of five bespoke inclined triangular sail canopies to cover the walkway leading up to the Enterprise Zone’s main entrance. AJTTS’s sister company AJ Tensile Manufacturing Ltd fabricated the sails for the project.

This was AJ Tensile Tension Structures’ first project in partnership with BAM Construction, and was successfully completed on time and within budget.