Field Services

Installation

Incorrect steam equipment installation is both common and costly in facilities nationwide. In many instances, the manufacturer of the steam equipment is not able to perform the actual installation. As a result, those installing these products might make oversights leading to heat loss, frozen lines, system inefficiencies and other serious problems such as water hammer.

Every Steam Solutions installation follows strict quality control protocols and is backed by our extensive design and field experience. Facilities and EPCs around the Gulf Coast area have trusted Steam Solutions for their installations for decades. In fact, our team is the one the experts turn to when they want to learn how to perform installations the right way. We can also correct installation oversights, determine root cause analysis of failures and address common, costly issues often overlooked by non-specialists.

  • Avoid common and expensive installation oversights
  • Engineering and design-level equipment insights
  • Ensure proper equipment orientation
  • Millions of man hours in specialized field experience
  • Advanced testing and troubleshooting capabilities
  • Large-scale, plant-wide installs or simple replacements

Maintenance & Repairs

Oftentimes steam systems are an afterthought, given attention only when there’s an issue. But they can have a huge impact on overall facility production, safety and economics. And some repairs to steam system components may or may not be performed by a specialist—leading to the possibility of continued malfunction.

Steam Solutions puts specialized, pro-active maintenance expertise to work for your facility. Our extensive steam system experience offers technical insights no one else can—saving customers tens of millions of dollars each year. We can install remote monitoring systems that alert operators of failed steam traps, and even place imbedded asset managers on site to help manage maintenance and repairs on the front line.

  • Deploy specialists who get it right the first time
  • Reduce failures and inefficiency
  • Single repair or ongoing maintenance programs
  • Optimize generation, distribution and recovery
  • Option for embedded on-site manager
  • Take systematic maintenance approach
  • Engineering-level system understanding
  • Emergency service available