Cambridge Ethanol Project
Cambridge, NE United States | 2007
The highly visible Putnam Ethanol-Cloverdale Plant produces carbon dioxide, corn germ, corn fiber, and corn protein concentrate to convert into 60 million gallons of bio fuel per year.
The plant consumes more than 20 million bushels of corn per year and is a benefit to both the economy and the environment with the production of renewable Ethanol fuel and with its impact on more than 5000 farmers statewide. The choice to use HDG proved to be a cost effective method to protect from corrosion. In total the project covered 370 tons of all exposed steel including structural beams, angles, ladders, platforms, and stairs. Using HDG provides durable, long-lasting protection and ensures corrosion will not be an issue.
Cloverdale, IN United States
All exposed structural steel including beams, angles, ladders, platforms, and stairs.
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