THE LATEST MOKESYS® PRODUCTS IN LIVE OPERATION
In the course of the past year, Mokesa AG scored highly with new findings and developments in the field of rear-ventilated tiling systems and their use in combustion chambers. New customers and a growing number of existing Mokesa customers are choosing these innovative products and in turn are benefiting from an effective corrosion protection due to air circulation behind the tiles. We would like to briefly introduce some of our most recent projects below.
EEW ENERGY FROM WASTE17/04/2018
EEW Energy from Waste Group is a leader in the generation of electricity and heat from thermal waste treatment. EEW uses high-performance products by Mokesa in a number of their power plants. Mokesys® tiling systems have been used successfully for 11 years in the waste cogeneration plant at Neunkirchen and for 8 years in the industrial combined heat and power plant at Andernach. […]Read More
The Waste Disposal Association of the Swiss town of Buchs has been a loyal customer of Mokesa AG for many years. The waste incinerator plant provides thermal recycling of domestic and industrial waste. The resulting waste heat is used to generate electricity, process steam, and provide district heating. The association in Buchs has reported successful business development and a continuous increase in the waste recycled at the plant. […]Read More
In Switzerland, Mokesa AG has the majority of market share in waste recycling. Companies rely on our proven expertise and experience. The Waste Disposal Association for the Zofingen region (ERZO) is the operator of the waste incineration plant in Oftringen. ERZO has always been at the forefront of new technology. From the very beginning they were eager to support and implement the new and innovative Mokesys® products. […]Read More
The two incineration lines of the waste cogeneration plant in Ulm-Donautal recycle the garbage of around 1 million residents. This customer already had great success with the back-cast Mokesys® tiles and therefore decided to also upgrade the rear-ventilated surfaces to Mokesys® products.
In 2016, on the occasion of the general inspection of incineration line 2, […]
The waste recycling plant in Uvrier is located in the south-west of Switzerland, in the middle of the Canton of Wallis. The joint municipal body is responsible for the disposal of waste from 35 municipalities with 185,000 residents, as well as waste from surrounding businesses and industry.
The Uvrier plant has been using Mokesa refractory solutions for many years and has upgraded parts of its boiler to the rear-ventilated Mokesys® Air 2E system in 2018. […]
The patented and proven Mokesys® Air 2E system was installed in the main furnace of the waste cogeneration plant in Würzburg at approximately 3 metres above the grate belt. The special design of the rear-ventilated Mokesys® tile system is the only technology suitable for installation in this area. […]Read More
IFAT MUNICH 201805/04/2018
Now that our glittering anniversary celebrations are over, the preparations for our next major company event will begin: IFAT Munich, May 14-18, 2018.
IFAT is the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management; a renowned international industry event and a fantastic platform for innovation. More than 3,000 exhibitors will be presenting to more than 130,000 visitors, […]
40 YEARS OF PIONEERING SPIRIT AND SUCCESS05/04/2018
Mokesa AG was established in August 1977 in Basel, Switzerland. Looking back and reflecting on 40 years of innovation, we are proud of the successful path our company has tread to get to where we are now. Initially Mokesa AG was active only in Switzerland, but over the years has developed and grown into a well-established, […]Read More
Waste-to-Energy Plant Ulm-Donautal28/05/2016
Our rear-ventilated Mokesys® tile system Air 2E has been in operation successfully in various European waste-to-energy plants since 2009 without a single tile having to be replaced.
The operator of the Waste-to-Energy Plant in Ulm-Donautal has decided to completely equip boiler 2 with the very stable Mokesys® refractory tiling system. […]
IFAT Munich 201627/05/2016
It’s almost time! The world’s leading trade fair for environmental technology IFAT 2016 will take place from 30 May until 03 June in Munich and of course, we from Mokesa will be a part of it one more time!
We cordially invite you to visit our extraordinary Booth No. 239 in Hall B3 and look forward to presenting competitive innovations to you at this year’s IFAT. […]
Industrial Power Plant Andernach23/05/2016
The industrial power plant Andernach in northern Rhineland-Palatinate has specialised in substitute fuels as combustible material with high calorific value and is also equipped with our flexible Mokesys® system.
The IHKW Andernach replaces approximately 46 million litres of fuel oil for energy production. For this location, we installed a testing field for the back-fill of the Mokesys® refractory tiling system with SiC granulate for which a patent application has been filed. […]
Following Mokesa’s announcement late last year regarding multiple, simultaneous patent applications, details about the new generation of Mokesys® products were disclosed for the first time on the occasion of this year’s Mokesa Refractory Conference held in August.
Experts from Germany, Austria and Switzerland convened in the Central Swiss Alps at an altitude of 2,000 metres above sea level to familiarise themselves with three of our new inventions in the domain of refractory technology. […]
Another new customer for Mokesa in Italy03/12/2015
With the waste incineration plant in Bolzano, we have gained another customer in Italy.
The new waste incineration plant in Bolzano is the most important disposal facility in South Tyrol, having been commissioned in July 2013. It has replaced the old plant set up in 1988, which had, till date, already supplied innumerable families, […]
2015: the year in retrospect02/12/2015
2015 is in its final throes. We are already taking stock and are in the process of reviewing a turbulent, but successful year.
The beginning of 2015 delivered a thunderbolt! On 15 January, the Swiss National Bank (SNB) made a surprise announcement: It was to discontinue the minimum exchange rate of 1.20 Swiss francs per euro. […]