Spring Outage Planning

Spring Outage Planning

Inspecting precipitators and baghouses can be a daunting process.  In an ideal world, a full equipment assessment would be executed each major outage. Even as equipment ages and performance requirements strengthen, it isn’t always practical or possible to do a full inspection.

For many users there isn’t the time or resources available to do a full inspection.  How do you know what doors to even open?  Using performance data to prioritize sections and any resulting repair work can help you make best use of your resources.  Conducting a performance review and creating an outage map can help to direct any mechanical or electrical work to be completed during the outage.  We can help you simplify your planning, resulting in effective, efficient, and data-driven maintenance.

And doing this regularly can help you take advantage of short, unplanned outages too.

We are committed to the economic sustainability of our utility and industrial customers!  Let us help you make the best use of maintenance budgets, without sacrificing reliability and performance.

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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."

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Clarksville, MO