Borlänge Energi has had problems with a corroded tube heat exchanger from another supplier and has hired Radscan to exchange it. The exchange will take place in spring 2020.

Umeå Energi has selected Radscan to as consultants make a broad analyse of their plant Dåva 1. The project includes analyse of and recommendations for improvements for e.g. sour scrubber, condensing scrubber and water treatment.

We are proud to present Mikael Nilsson as our newest member in our team, even though he in many ways has felt like one of us for some time now. Mikael comes directly from school where he studied Electronics and Automation and has during his studies done some internships with Radscan. 

Gävle Kraftvärme upgrades their condensate treatment at power plant Johannes to membrane technology and has chosen Radscan as supplier. In the new plant 30 m3/h condensate will be cleaned out of which 22 m3/h will be used as boiler feed water. The new plant will be up and running in the fall 2020.
Today we welcome our new Process Engineer Christian Dahl to Radscan. Christian has a Master of Science degree majoring in energy systems and has previously worked as machine operator at GKN. It is with great pleasure we welcome Christian to Radscan.
We strengthen our Project Management team with Nicklas Zakrisson. Nicklas has a background as Project Manager consultant in nuclear power and bio power. His last assignment was with ÅF at Mälarenergi. With his structured way of working and high energy level we know that Nicklas will be a strong contribution to our company.
Radscan has today signed contract for Flue gas condensation and waste water treatment to existing Boiler 4 at Sörbyverket. The plant will be built and commissioned during 2019. Picture below shows CEO Lena Svensk from Mjölby-Svartådalen Energi AB and General Manager Helena Roos from Radscan AB signing the contract.

As it was time to renew our certification of our management system according to ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001, Radscan is now certified according to the new versions of the standards. The main changes compared to the old versions is increased focus on leadership, risk management and market intelligence.

Radscan has been granted the contract for new condensation boiler P1 at Igelstaverket. This boiler is fired with “bränslekross” (industrial waste) and rubber. The condensation will contribute with more than 10 MW extra energy and be installed during the summer of 2019. Take-over will take place fall 2019.

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