CERO Puconci II is in operation

In Puconci, in the north-east of Slovenia, yet another composting plant with INVILUTION technology started operation. The facility will handle 14000 tons of bio-mechanical waste and 9000 tons of biological waste per year. There are 8 lines for maturation and an ammonia scrubber. So it is one of the biggest facilities on continental Europe.

INVILUTION has been further developed and adapted to the relevant requirements of the facility.


Commissioning of the first biogas plant in South Carolina

A biogas plant in Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA was commissioned by order of AAT Biogas Technology. This biogas plant for processing of different types of organic waste will feed 1.6 MW into the grid by using a CHP (combined heat and power unit). Additionally this will be the first biogas plant in South Carolina so far.

The facility will be controlled by our Invilution system. Invilution was especially adapted for the requirements of a biogas plant and thereby offers ideal possibilities for the system operator.


First Composting Plant with Invilution in Poland

Right before Christmas the first composting plant with our Invilution-System started operation. This sewage sludge composting plant is located near the bathing resort Łeba at the Baltic coast of Poland and has a capacity of 10000 tons per year.

By using Invilution this is the most modern composting plant so far, with new possibilities for reproducibility of plant states, report and alarming systems and with an user interface that really deserves the predicate “intuitive”.


Drum Reclaimer – France

INAUT received the assignment for an additional machine in the material handling sector. It is a Drum Reclaimer for an internationally operating steel fabricator. The Reclaimer can achieve a maximum output of 2300 tons per hour from the 30 m wide and 20 m high iron ore stockpiles.

The electrical equipment and the control system will be planned, manufactured and commissioned by INAUT. Mounting and pre-commissioning will start in September in Poland; afterwards the Reclaimer will be shipped to France where the final commissioning will take place.

Completion: 1Q. 2013

Invilution Biogas – Berkeley County USA

On August 23rd 2012 9 control cabinets and 7 periphery cabinets with the automation system Invilution Biogas where shipped to South Carolina by INAUT.

The facility will be able to feed 1.6 MW of electricity into the grid in the first stage of the project. The biogas plant is fed by food residues and sewage sludge.

The control cabinets provide space for 26 variable frequency drives, which are communicating via Modbus TCP with the Invilution control system. The facility is operated by using a 22’’ Touchpanel or mobile with an 11’’ tablet.

The switchgear was planned, manufactured and labelled in accordance to UL508A from INAUT.

Completion: 4.Q. 2012

UL 508A Panel Builder

INAUT Automation completed the UL 508A certification process in the summer of 2012. INAUT is now authorized to produce control panels according to UL 508A for export to USA and Canada.

The UL-Certification authorizes us to plan, to produce and ultimately to place the UL-Label on the control panels independently.

We provide optimal support for your projects for the North American market, from contract manufacturing to the whole electric infrastructure. With our trained team you have a strong and competent partner for your export.

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Composting Plant in France at work

The composting plant in the French city of Ecorpain in the near of Le Mans started operation. This mechanical-biological waste treatment plant is equipped with INAUT technology and has a capacity of 13000 tons per year. And the next composting plant in Poland is waiting in the wings.

COMPOnent Brixen in operation

The second composting plant after Bruneck in beautiful South Tyrol started operation with INAUT engineering in Brixen. We successfully realized planning, switch cabinet construction, software development and commissioning. The facility has a capacity of 2500 tons per year and will be used to compost organic waste, sewage sludge and lop.