AiCROV takes on the biggest Turnkey Project ever built in a plant totally automatized by Robots for filling propylene products.
This year, AiCROV starts one of its most ambitious projects. AiCROV has been awarded the tender for designing, manufacturing and commissioning a filling turnkey project for the new propylene products packaging plant for Bharat Petroleum, in Kochi Region, in India.
It is an unprecedented filling system worldwide due to its huge dimension and magnitude, which contains 4 filling lines and all lines have a total of 16 Robot Fillers designed by AiCROV, which will carry on different functions as drum transportation, debunging, filling, bunging, sealing and palletizing drums filled with propylene products which are highly inflammable.
This new project includes all last year I+D developed by AiCROV, such as the 3D artificial vision for the best optimization process, safety developments and productivity improvements.
AiCROV engineers are finishing the project design, in which they are working from last November 2017. Purchasing phase has already started and manufacturing will start immediately, in May in the new AiCROV headquarters and production centre in Tarragona. It is a project designed and manufactured by AiCROV, which has the know how of a great, high professional and experienced team and the advice of well-known suppliers from the automatization and control sectors.
The propylene products filling line is the end of a huge project carried by Engineers of India, EIL, which is a Designing and Manufacturing National Company which carries on national Indian infrastructures and it is the most important engineering company reference in India.
In order to be able to assume this huge project, AiCROV has extended its installations and AiCROV has moved its production centre to new installations which has three times the old surface (2.000m2), 2 bridge cranes and a new Technical Office in which there are more than 20 highly qualified engineers working on it.
Once assembling will be already finished, an AiCROV team will move to India to manage the installation and commissioning of the 4 filling lines.