01/20/2015

Bricks with Galileo’s Green Technology

With the installation of Galileo PRP 1500 regulatory pressure plants, the Peruvian brick companies Ladrillera Diamante and Ladrillera Inca will replace the use of residual fuel oil by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) in their kilns.

With the installation of Galileo PRP 1500 regulatory pressure plants, the Peruvian brick companies Ladrillera Diamante and Ladrillera Inca will replace the use of residual fuel oil by Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) in their kilns.

Both PRP 1500 will be provided by the hydrocarbon distributor Energigas, and they will function as daughter stations within its distribution system of natural gas by road.

The fuel change will secure uniform combustion and minimal environmental impact, which will allow the two brick manufacturers apply the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).

With origin in the Kyoto Protocol, these mechanisms are promoted by Energigas and are intended to encourage investment in emission reduction projects in developing countries.

“The acquisition of these regulatory plants by Energigas redoubles the trust that this company has placed in our compression solutions and in La Llave, our official representative in Peru,” said Andrés Pértica, Galileo Technologies Sales Regional Manager.

  • Bricks with Galileo's Green Technology
  • With the installation of Galileo PRP 1500 regulatory pressure plants, the Peruvian brick companies Ladrillera Diamante and Ladrillera Inca will replace the use of residual fuel oil by CNG in their kilns.

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