STT Capabilities

Can you design for a hazardous location system?

Yes, our Engineers are able to meet the design standards required by any industry, or jurisdiction, globally.

STT has extensive experience designing for various different classifications of hazardous locations, and are familiar with North, Central & South American standards, as well as standards from many other countries we’ve served (Australia, Africa, Middle East, Asia/Mongolia). STT can provide a design conformant to the site requirements for various hazards including explosive and corrosive environments and have operating plants around the world in various industries where these hazardous locations frequently exist (including mining, power generation, petrochemical, and chemical processing industries).


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Do you provide full-automated control/system?

Yes we do, the level of controls and automation provided is customized to meet the needs of each customer. We serve a wide range of customers, from oil & gas, power, mining applications, to municipal water and wastewater treatment plants.

If you already have a lime slaking system, consider updating it to current automation standards - it will be safer, easier to operate, and will save you money.
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What communication protocols can your automation system support?

We have experience using a wide variety of communication protocols; Commonly using EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP/RTU, & Profibus. Although these are the most common protocols used, we have the ability to work with other project specific communication protocols as well.
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What kind of documentation do you provide? What documentation options do you have?

We can provide any level of documentation that your project requires.

The 3 common levels are classified as:

  1. Base
  2. Recommended
  3. Custom

Within each of those three levels, documents can be issued for information or issued for review. View our service levels chart here.

A base level of documentation will include: P&IDs, Foundation Loading & Anchoring Diagrams, Plot Plan & Elevation GA’s, Single Line Electrical Diagrams, and Instrument Block Diagrams. As well a base level will include Operation and Maintenance Manuals, Recommended Spare Parts Lists, and many other documents.

At the other end of the spectrum a Custom level of documentation will meet the stringent needs of a large EPCM Engineering firm’s international requirements.


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What kind of utility do you need for your system?

A typical slaking system or dry chemical make down system requires only standard utilities:

  1. Electrical supply
  2. Compressed air supply
  3. Water supply (potable or service water or recycled water)
  4. Safety shower and eyewash station (depending on site requirements)

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What industries does STT provide dry chemical systems for?

We have worked in just about every industry imaginable.The most common being Mining, Power, Oil & Gas, Municipal Water/Wastewater, Pulp & Paper, Food, and Steel.That said, any customer who requires bulk chemical handling would benefit from our expertise.
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What types of products can STT’s systems store and handle?

We can store and handle just about any product you can imagine.In general, we say if you have a material delivered to your facility in a bulk truck or rail car, we can help.Some of the more common products being Lime Products (Quicklime, Hydrated Lime and Limestone), Magnesium Oxide, Soda Ash, Fly Ash, Powder Activated Carbon (PAC), Cement, Trona, Salt, Alum, Polymer, and Sodium Bicarbonate.
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Where in the world are STT’s regent preparation systems working?

We have systems located around the world -Canada, USA, Mexico, Central America, South America, Africa, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. Our design team will work with you to select and provide a system that is suitable for your location.
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What is STT’s typical scope for a complete dry chemical handling system?

STT Enviro Corp will not only supply the system but can also help you with construction/installation of your bulk chemical handling system.

We will typically take on a scope that starts with unloading the material from the truck and ends with pumping or conveying the material being handled to a process.How that chemical is being used is your business, getting it there the most effective way possible, is ours.For simplicity, when considering a system, we generally divide it into seven categories:

  1. Material Receiving
  2. Bulk Dry Storage
  3. Flow Promotion
  4. Feeding & Conveying
  5. Wet Makedown or Slaking
  6. Slurry/Solution Storage
  7. Piping & Pumping

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