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A clean air project

LeJeune News
June 24, 2010 - June 24, 2010 - LeJeune Steel Co. was awarded the structural steel supply and fabrication for a clean air project with the East Kentucky Power Cooperative, a wholesale energy provider to 16 distribution cooperatives through power plants, peaking units, and hydro power.

The structural steel will support a circulating fluid bed (CFB) scrubber / pulse-jet fabric filter system at the utilities, Unit 2 - John Sherman Cooper Power Station.

The project will provide the next generation of technology to create a more environmental-friendly production of electrical power. The system is designed for 98 percent SO2 removal and is scheduled to be in service by May 2012. The Cooper Station Unit 2 is a 225 MW (net) pulverized coal fired boiler located near Somerset, Ky.

The project total will be approximately 1,700 tons with more than 45,000 square feet of grating. Deliveries will begin in September 2010 and be complete by the first week of October 2010.

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