Machinery Layout and Building Design Modification:
A key area which consumes substantial energy in a traditional textile spinning mill, is the humidification and air handling/waste removal system.
Stallion features a revolutionary design in its production hall with a machinery layout plan that is distinct on a global standard and differs from the traditional operating model of the textile spinning industry.
As a result, square footage per spindle was reduced to less than one-third that of a traditional textile spinning mill by adopting measures such as:
- No separating walls between various production processes and departments.
- Distinctive machinery layout yielding 1.76 sq. ft/spindle instead of industry average of 5.53 sft/spindle.
- Optimizing the roof height to reduce the cubic feet area for air-conditioning humidification and waste removal system.
- Significantly reduced mechanical heat emission per square foot, thereby yielding a reduced energy requirement for departmental environmental conditioning.
Furthermore, the building design removed all departmental compartmentalization creating a single production hall environment, resulting in up to a 50% reduction in material and worker movement leading to enhanced departmental synchronization.
Recognition by Foreign Expert
The energy efficient model of Stallion has been recognized and certified by foreign engineering consultants such as German Air Engineering Consultant Mr. Heinz Hoss of Airplus Industrial Ltd., substantiating the energy consumption efficiencies of Stallion as follows:
“The Stallion expansion project is a revolutionary concept and globally unique with respect to its focus on efficiencies and optimizations yielding in excess of 4MW of energy savings in the area of air-conditioning-humidification and waste removal systems alone.”
Recognition by Structural Engineering Consultants
Two certifications were issued by the Civil Engineering Consultants Messrs Akbar & Associates, with respect to the globally unique and distinct production hall and machinery layout, yielding 1.76 sft/spindle as compared to industry average of 5.53 sft/spindle.