Industrial process heating systems are critical assets in any manufacturing plant. Maintaining them properly extends their life, increases return on capital and reduces the number and duration of unplanned breakdowns. A well-maintained system will be more efficient to run, improving output, quality and reducing operational costs.
Data collection for meaningful analysis, enabling prediction of component failure and Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) is always the most appropriate methodology to adopt, ensuring all maintenance work is scheduled exactly when it suits your business.
We have comprehensive Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with all our maintenance clients and rigorously measure our performance against them to ensure that we deliver the speed and standard of service we promise. Across the whole of 2016 we have met our callout response time targets over 96% of the time, and in almost 3 out of 4 weekday callouts we are on site at least an hour earlier than required in the SLA.
Of course, it’s not just about arriving promptly. Our expert team of engineers have an enviable first fix rate and are fully committed to completing the work on time so you can get back to your manufacturing schedule and meeting your customers’ demands.
Our team of expert engineers have experience maintaining a wide variety of industrial heating systems, including, Nu-Way, Reillo, Honeywell Eclipse, Honeywell Maxon, Wieshaupt, Honeywell Kromschroder, Esa Pyronics, Stordy (Fives Group) and Comtherm.
Some of the industrial heating systems we have worked with are listed below, but if your system isn’t included, don’t despair, we can almost certainly help:
• Air handling units
• Air replacement plants
• Air supply houses
• Direct fired ovens
• Indirect fired ovens
• Brick drying ovens
• Industrial food ovens
• Regenerative thermal oxidisers
• Printing presses
• Industrial Boiler burners
• Tank burners
• Incinerators (including environmental incinerators)
• Batch fryers
We also maintain many different commercial heating systems including Powrmatic, Ambirad, Combat, Reznor, Benson, and Spaceray.
The commercial equipment types we are most commonly are asked to maintain are:
• Unit space heaters
• Cabinet heaters
• Radiant heaters
• Door curtains
• Suspended unit heater
• Gas fired heating coils
• Gas fired HVAC
You can read more about our approach to maintenance and management of your process heating systems, in the Fairburn Asset Management Excellence Journey