Foyo Ceramic Ball Valves Contribute to Waste and recycling industry
In 12/2015, Sinogal purchased two pcs 3/4鈥? Class 150 electric full lined V port ceramic ball valves from Foyo, to replace Fujikin valves for the lime stone slurry system,
After one years鈥?service time, it was proved that Foyo V port ceramic ball valve have the same performance, even better. Then, Sinogal re-ordered Foyo鈥檚 ceramic ball valves several times.
The Macao Environment Protection Bureau announced on March 8th that it had won the bid from the 鈥淢ajor Plant Upgrade of the Old Plants of the Macao Waste Incineration Center鈥? SINOGAL took the effectiveness and reputation of the operation and maintenance of the Macao Incineration Plant and promised to 鈥渄o not affect the waste treatment capacity and match the original maintenance. Stop the furnace project and properly complete all upgrades" to obtain this equipment upgrade.
After the operation period of the old plant and equipment of the Macao Garbage Incineration Center, there will be risks that cannot be repaired once it fails, delaying the processing time of Macao's waste incineration.
SINOGAL is a joint venture between CTCI Zhongding Group, a leading Taiwanese engineering company, and ECOVE's subsidiary Dingding Technology Service Co., Ltd., and Portugal's Consulgal Group and its subsidiary Consulasia, specializing in Macao Incineration Center and Macao Special/Dangerous. The operation and maintenance operations of the waste treatment station mainly deal with general waste and special and hazardous waste generated in Macao.
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