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Precipitator assessments and inspections should be tied to achieving the largest performance impact and reliability at the lowest cost. Achieving this means that you know when to perform a full equipment assessment, when to inspect specific areas to investigate performance degradation or changes, and when you don’t need to open any doors. You have limited time and resources to inspect equipment, we can help you prioritize.

We offer full equipment assessments so that you know where your reliability weak-points are and you can plan to resolve them before they become performance issues. This planning can prove valuable in generating and optimizing maintenance budgets, maintaining reliability and performance, and keeping surprises off the table.

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Operational assessments

Operational assessments can identify issues with control systems, TR sets, or internal precipitator issues.  They can also identify weak sections or lanes that should be targeted during short or long outages.  This can help you plan maintenance activities and inspection objectives, as well as improve pre-outage performance.

Inspections

We also offer targeted inspections to resolve specific performance issues, identify the cause of degrading performance, and improve reliability. Using data prior to entering the unit, we are able to make best use of the time available by targeting the inspection to the sections that require the most attention. Our decades of experience reducing operating and maintenance costs mean you get the information and recommendations that will provide the most performance and reliability impact. We can help you create maintenance strategies that work for you.

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Rising from the Ashes

Holnam Cement

Following a kiln outage in early 1997, a fire destroyed four precipitators at Holnam Cement in Clarksville, Missouri. Within two days, Neundorfer and Holnam had a plan for replacing ESP components. Eighteen weeks after the fire, the rebuild was compl ...

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"The silver lining of the cloud caused by the fire is that now Holnam is able to shut off any one of the precipitator units for maintenance while continuing production, which had previously not been possible."

Emergency Repairs

Clarksville, MO

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