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Dust Collector Structures

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ArcelorMittal Pulse Jet Baghouse, PECS1 & 2, Mexico City, Mexico
ArcelorMittal Pulse Jet Baghouse, PECS4, Mexico City, Mexico

Three (3) new structural steel baghouses for the world’s leading steel and mining company facility located in Mexico City, Mexico. The three (3) new structures house total of twenty (20)-20ton x 35ft tall hoppers. Superstructure consists of concentrically braced steel frames with horizontal angle bracing. Structure is designed to meet Mexico City Building Code and seismic design provisions published by ArcelorMittal. Industry recognized finite element analysis (FEA) program is used for primary structural design.

Procter & Gamble Central Broke Cyclones & Support Structure
Procter & Gamble Belt Cleaning Cyclones & Support Structure
Procter & Gamble Floor Sweep Cyclones & Support Structure
45ft to 50ft tall support towers for patented cyclone manufactured by an industry recognized manufacturer. Genesis’s scope includes structural steel and connection design.

Project Information

Owner: Arcelor Mittal and Proctor and Gamble

Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Architect: N/A