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Seven reasons why maintenance managers choose HVTS vs HVOF

1. Market Recognition - 2. Porosity & Oxides Level - 3. Production Rate - 4. Variable Thickness - 5. Refurbishability - 6. On-site Safety, Quality, and Environment Protection - 7. Project Management.

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  • Seven reasons why maintenance managers choose HVTS vs HVOF

    1. Market Recognition - 2. Porosity & Oxides Level - 3. Production Rate - 4. Variable Thickness - 5. Refurbishability - 6. On-site Safety, Quality, and Environment Protection - 7. Project Management.

  • Cetek Ceramic Coatings

    Ceramic coatings for fired heaters: Integrated Global Services (IGS) apply Cetek coatings across the globe. Numerous fired heater applications have been completed over 20 years. Process engineers typically see a 4-10% increase in fired heater efficiency, leading to millions in fuel savings and increased ...

  • Hot tek Services

    Proven Safe Maintenance on Active Fired Heaters Using patented approaches, methods, and tools, we combine our Hot-tekTM services to achieve the best results for your specific needs, during unit operation with no interruption to production.

  • High Velocity Thermal Spray (HV TS) Advantages

    With experience from hundreds of projects, not only in the power industry but also in other highly EHS sensitive industries such as nuclear and oil & gas, IGS has an unmatched track record to comply with the most stringent requirements on environment, health and safety standards. IGS has consistently ...

  • Engineered cleaning solutions

    Effective cleaning where other methods fail: Using patented approaches, methods, and tools, we combine our Tube TechTM services to achieve the best results for your specific needs during planned turnarounds.

  • Restoring production efficiency & NOx reduction by eliminating SCR fouling

    Problem: SCR fouling is typically caused by refractory or insulation fibers that accumulate and block the face of the catalyst, eventually leading to substantial flow disruption and excessive pressure drops, typically worsening over time. This pressure drop and flow maldistribution will cause production ...

  • Eliminate convection section fouling by encapsulating refractory

    Problem: Over time refractory ceramic fiber becomes friable. This friable dust is entrained in the post combustion flue gases and gets carried downstream, fouling convection section tubes and catalyst banks. Fig 1 shows new ceramic fiber under SEM. Fibers are continuous and intact. After heat exposure, ...

  • Eliminate fouling of radiant tubes

    Problem: An increase in Bridgewall temperature can be a symptom of excessive fouling of the fired heater’s radiant tubes. These tubes tend to oxidize under operating conditions. Solution: Our patented Hot Tube Descaling service removes radiant section process tube fireside soot, scale, and fouling ...

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