Malaysia – Projects

Sulphur Handling System for Petronas RAPID Project

Commodity: Sulphur; Contract Type: EPC

DemcoTECH Engineering delivered a complex sulphur handling system for the refinery and petrochemical integrated development (RAPID) project in southern Johor. The materials handling system offloads sulphur prills, to stack the material onto a stockyard and then to reclaim and export it, via conveyors into the DWT vessels. DemcoTECH designed advanced features into the sulphur handing system, including an environmentally-friendly pipe conveyor system. Read more …

Vale Regional Iron Ore Distribution Centre

Commodity: Iron Ore, Pellets; Contract Type: Client’s Engineer; Design,  Engineering, Site Supervision.

DemcoTECH Engineering provided FEL 1,2, 3 & 4 engineering and support services for establishment of the Teluk Rubiah maritime terminal in Malaysia. DemcoTECH provided the conceptual design of the terminal, initial plant layouts, design and basic engineering for project materials handling portion, specified the mechanical equipment and adjudicated suppliers technically. DemcoTECH also produced a full suite of operational and maintenance manuals and procedures. Read more …

Tanjung Bin Coal Import and Distribution Facility

Commodity: Coal; Contract Type: Design & Site Supervision

DemcoTECH Engineering provided the design for the 5,000 tph conveyor system for the coal import and distribution facility at the 3,100 MW Tanjung Bin coal-fired power station located in Johor, Malaysia. DemcoTECH carried out Discrete Element Modelling (DEM) material flow analysis on all the chutes and also provided site supervision during erection and commissioning of the system.

Malaysia – Studies

Port of Bintulu Study

Commodity: Manganese; Contract Type: Study

project awarded at the end of 2022 from the Bintulu Port Authority in Sarawek, Borneo assessed the entire ship loading and offloading materials handing system to recommend measures for returning the facility back to its nameplate capacity. The assessment covered the luffing crane ship offloader, conveyors, stackers and associated equipment and comprised investigation of the mechanicals and electricals, as well as of the operating procedures in place. The recommendations included upgrading the offloading luffing crane and redesigning some of the chutes, which DemcoTECH carried out using its advanced discrete element modelling (DEM) capabilities. DemcoTECH also simulated the port operation to identify bottlenecks in the materials handling.