The single most important part of any material handling project is the definition of scope and expectations. Every acensium project starts with a Functional & Operating Requirements Meeting.
The best designs will not yield a successful performance outcome if the complex fabrication is not completed within the design tolerances. Is your fabrication correct?
Sound engineering practice begins with the study and mastery of fundamental math and science, but the true perfection of the craft occurs when the engineer applies this learning in the field.
“The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry..” – all the planning, engineering, and fabrication could be for naught if the installation crew does not fully understand the project.
Have a transfer point replacement project coming up? Our engineering team has been involved in over 1000 transfer point replacements!
Fighting to control dust in your bunker fill rooms? Seems like everything you do doesn’t even put a dent in the problem? We have a successful formula.
Active dust control is a capital and O&M intensive approach to solving your dusting problems. Learn how careful pre-planning and passive dust controls can help reduce risk.
From the simple to the complex, our transfer chutes out perform any other design that has ever been offered to the market.
Optimization of Crusher Houses to extend crusher life, minimize fugitive dust, and increase throughput.
We have helped configure transfer towers to handle nearly 10,000 tph of material per hour, while passing through 3 splitter gates.
Custom designed washdown systems to remove combustible dust from material handling systems.
Properly configured magnetic separation eliminates maintenance and downtime, while greatly improving performance.
Magnets leave rocks in your material flow. We design custom separation equipment and arrangements to meet your specs.
3D Scanning for construction provides a digital environment that forms a digital basis for project planning, approvals and execution. Each phase of construction can be designed in one combined environment.
Millimeter-accurate measurements can be made from a desk instead of onsite, detailed renderings can be delivered to all project stakeholders to make sure every party is in alignment and project risks can be identified with 3D scanning of a new project space.
For project managers and teams managing complex demolition, installation and construction projects, avoiding risk is crucial. Often projects have large contingency budgets allotted to ensure that they can cover any unforeseen issues or difficulties during the project.