Hammer and Pellet Mill Fabrication & Installation
Smithfield Hog Productions wanted to expand its production capabilities at its Milford, Utah location. It hired Barclay Mechanical as the mechanical contractor to complete this food processing equipment fabrication and installation. To complete the project, Barclay Mechanical stationed 15 field workers at job site, comprising of a field superintendent, Forman, pipe fitters and welders. This Barclay Mechanical team fabricated and installed a new hammer mill, a pelletizer, install the process piping that runs the to the mill and pelletizer.
In addition to building and installing the food processing equipment, Barclay Mechanical also welded, pipe fitted, and installed all the stainless-steel piping carrying the fat, water, steam, corn and grains materials to the new hammer mill and pelletizer. When the fat mixes with the crushed grains, it becomes a feed pelts for the pigs. This increased Smithfield’s pig feed production, enabling the increase of its hogs.
Barclay Mechanical did mechanical contracting for Smithfield Hog Production facilities in Utah. Smithfield Hog Production is a meat-producing company that is the largest pig and pork producer in the world. As of 2013, Smithfield employees over 450 people and produces over 1.2 million hogs a year at its Milford, Utah location.