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Maximizing Asset Uptime
 Everything we do
centers around keeping
your assets operational
 Furmanite’s definition
of an Asset – anything and
everything that can impact
a customer’s bottom line
 Furmanite’s definition of
Uptime – keeping the Asset
productive and
profitable at all times

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Western
Corporate
Northeastern
Southeast Division
Headquarters
GulfDivision
Division

For a complete listing of regional and global


Furmanite locations, visit us online at www.furmanite.com

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Canada
Sweden
Norw Finland
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German
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England

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Azerbaija
Belg.
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France Japan
Portuga
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USA Hong Kong


Kuwait Thailand
Qatar India
UAE Malaysia
Singapore
6 Continents Indonesia
NZ
70+ Locations South Austral
Americ
1,400+ Technicians a
S. Africa ia

For a complete listing of regional and global


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 Furmanite has a full-time safety director
and a comprehensive safety program
 Every technician must be certified in safety
training
 In 2008 reached milestone of 6 million
man-hours without a lost time accident
 Experience Modification Rating (EMR) is
currently at 0.50 and continues to trend
downwards over previous years

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MAN-HOURS TRIR

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 New hire (8 hours)
 HAZWOPER (24 hours)
 OSHA (10 hours)
 Annual refresher (8 hours)

 Area safety councils


 Supervisor’s training (four days)
 Computer-Based Training (CBT) (monthly)

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 On-site job reference manual
 Daily job safety analysis
 Weekly safety meetings
 Equipment safety logs
 Corporate safety audits
 Site specific SOPs

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 401K with company matching
for all employees
 High potential
employee program
 Constant training to provide
motivation and growth potential
 Pay grades based on experience
and knowledge

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 Furmanite is a NUPIC Approved 10CFR 50 Appendix B Supplier and
is a member of the Nuclear Industries Assessment Committee
(NIAC).
 Furmanite’s Quality Assurance Program consists of the following
manuals:
 QA Manual to Nuclear & ISO 9000 format (ISO 9001:2000 #US 07000230)
 QA Procedures and Forms
 Standard Procedure Manual
 Training Program
 Measurement and Calibrations
 NIST Traceable
 NUPIC Approved Calibration Supplier
 Onsite Pre & Post Calibration
 Procedures to applicable Industry Codes
 ASME BPVC Sections I, III, VIII & IX
 ASME B31.1 and B31.3
 API, NBIC, AWS

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 Engineering Support Services
 On-Line Leak Sealing
 On-Site Machining
 Pipe Isolation and Weld Test
 Bolt Torquing & Tensioning
 Hot-Tapping and Line Stopping
 Valve Repair – Shop or On-site
 Trevitest™ On-line
Valve Testing
 Specialty Concrete Repair
 Field Polymers and Coatings
 Tank Roof Repair
 Heat Treatment Services

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 Turnkey problem solving
expertise
 Design to ASME, API or
ANSI standards
 40 years of industrial service
design experience
 Worldwide network of in-house
designers and engineers
 Support to the entire range of Furmanite
services disciplines

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 Original developers of
on-line leak repair services
 Leak repair for steam,
hydrocarbons, gas, air,
chemicals and liquids
 Engineering solutions for leaks
from 1600°F to cryogenic
 Leak repair from vacuum
up to 6300 PSI
 Sub-Sea leak sealing

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 Vast experience with high-severity leaks
– Pioneer of technology over 75 years ago
– Many applications and lessons learned globally
 Industry leading leak sealing compounds
– 1:1 compression ratio results in less
compound usage than other compounds
for same application
 Custom and stock clamps and enclosures
– More PE’s than any other leak sealing
company for clamp and enclosure design
– ASME material and standards; certified weld processes
– Company-owned manufacturing facilities
 Cross trained technical experts
– Valve repair, machining knowledge, etc.
 Holes in pipes or valves
 Cracked welds
 Packing glands
 Flange leaks
 Valve bonnets
 Threaded fittings
 Exchanger leaks
 Pressure seal valves
 Turbine horizontal joints
 Cost effective, quality solutions
for routine and complex
applications
 Global reputation and
experience base
 Enhanced by our ownership of
machine manufacturer Silk™

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 Flange facing
 Drilling / tapping
 Line boring
 Milling
 Pipe cutting and beveling
 Specialty grinding and polishing
 Shaft turning
 Stud drilling
 Other specialized applications
– Drilling, Trepanning, Fine Boring
and Reaming, for example

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 Flanges  Front and back
of heat exchangers
 Heat exchangers
 Oval manways
 Cover joints
 Oval handholes
 Boiler manways
 Sealing surfaces
 Industrial of pressure vessels
pipelines and boilers
 Vessel joints
 Hub profiles

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 Turning machines for all
sizes of flange facing
 End-mounted turning machines
 Heavy duty drilling
and boring machines
 Orbital milling machines
 Linear and X-Y
milling machines

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 Line Isolation  Advantages of Furmanite
 Capabilities to isolate pipe sizes from 0.5” to 120”
 Isolation back pressure can be rated to the burst pressure of the pipe;
Tools
standard isolation back pressure to 25 psi for all tool sizes
 Standard Tooling includes both locking jaw and locking lug designs;
 Wider Sealing Elements provide
dependent on size the ability to isolate in conditions
where the pipe is pitted,
corroded, out of round and even
allow us to maintain seals on
seamed pipe
 Ability to monitor the annular
area of the tool to verify isolation
 Ability to through-port any up-
SEAL NUTS LOCKING MECHANICAL stream gas, vapor or pressures
JAW SEAL
away to a safe environment
 Can be utilized as a pressure
rated back-pressure isolation
device
 All Tools are multi-schedule
 Smaller footprint allows for easy
FILL, VENT, & installation and removal
JAW RETAINER O-
ISOLATION BYPASS RINGS
TUBES
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 Weld Testing  Nozzle Testing
 Standard tool sizes to test welds from 0.5” to 24” pipe size; custom
designs available for larger sizes  Hydrostatic Weld Testing of
 Standard tooling test pressures to 1150 psi nozzle additions to existing
 Available tooling test pressures to 5000 psi columns, vessels, tanks or liners
 All tools are multi-schedule to facilitate easy removal past the root
 No confined space entry required
 Localized Hydrostatic Test uses minimal water and provides a high
degree of accuracy and safety
 Capable of testing the flange to
nozzle weld as well as the full-
penetration weld simultaneously
 OD Nozzle tester replicates all of
the same hydrostatic pressures
and stresses of a conventional
hydro-test

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 Furmanite provides complete
Bolt Torquing and Tensioning
services, from design to final
tightening and measurement.
 Able to accommodate torque
loads up to 80,000 ft lbs.
 Services include:
 Hydraulic Bolt Torquing
 Hydraulic Bolt Tensioning
 Stud Removal
 Bolt Stress & Elongation Measurements
 Joint Alignment
 Nut Splitting

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 Ease the activity of opening and
closing valves
 Reduce injuries to operators
 Inexpensive system for ensuring
safety

Operating procedures
accepted by safety
departments of major
refineries for the use of
pneumatic tools to assist in the
operation of gear box actuated
isolation valves

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 Onsite valve repair and testing
 In-House valve repair & testing
 In-service valve testing
 Routine repairs during
outages/turnarounds
 New valves and parts available at all locations;
select locations are licensed assemblers for TycoTM,
CrosbyTM, Anderson GreenwoodTM, KunkleTM,
SpenceTM, AshcroftTM, FarrisTM, SuperiorTM and GlobalTM
products
 Manufacturer of Wilson Snyder coker switch valves
ranging from 6” to 16”

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 Furmanite can provide services
for all valve repair needs
 Perform in-service set pressure calibrations
 Perform routine scheduled valve
maintenance in shop or field
 Repair defective valves during
turnarounds and outages
 Emergency response
 A large variety of valves
can be repaired
 Globe, Control, Plug, Gate
 Safety, Safety Relief
 Check, Butterfly, Pressure Seal
 AOV and MOV Actuators

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 Recognized as an industry
leading program
 Every repaired valve is
certified and then tagged
 FURMANITED tagged valves
backed by Furmanite’s iron-clad
customer warranty

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The Furmanite Guarantees:
 That the service was performed safely by
professionally trained and certified technicians
 Our guarantee of the quality of repair in restoring the
valve to “like new condition”
 Our guarantee that all replacement parts used in the
repairs are approved and accepted by the NBIC
Repair Program
 Our guarantee that all repairs have been documented
and records maintained.
 Our guarantee that all repairs have been performed in
accordance with applicable ASME Codes and the
NBIC Repair Program.
 Our Warranty to you covers any defect that may occur
due to workmanship or defective parts that may have
been installed during the repair.

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 Cleaning &
Sandblasting
Equipment
 Machining Lathes &
Tools
 Grinding Equipment
 Drill Presses
 Air & Water Test
Stands
 Lapping Equipment
 Work Benches

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 Developed and patented worldwide
by Furmanite to test safety and relief
valves in place and online
– Accurately tests valves 1” and larger on-line
and under normal operating pressure and
temperature
– No operational interruptions
– Valve can be tested remotely for safety
purposes
 State of the art technology measures
force, pressure, lift or displacement
and sound via acoustic detection
– PC based system with data and document
storage capability, using proprietary software
– Permanent graphical record for customer

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 Hot Tapping
 Line Stopping
 Line Freezing
 OEM Fittings / Repair Clamps
– Weld-on and bolt-on designs
 Manufacturer (OEM) of
World Class Equipment
– IPSCO brands
 Engineering Solutions
 Welding Procedures for all
applications
 All fittings, equipment & accessories
are 100% interchangeable with
alternative vendor options

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 Diameters:
 ½” Through 72”
 Pressures:
 Up to 2800 PSI
 Temperatures:
 To +/- 750 Degrees Fahrenheit

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 Open pre-job communication
between both parties is integral to
a successful completion
 Hot Tap Data Sheet
? Size
? Flow Rate
? Pressure
? Temperature
? Service
? Etc.

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 Diameters:
 ½” Through 84”
 Pressures:
 Can Exceed 1000 PSI

 Temperatures:
 To +/- 750 Degrees Fahrenheit

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 Line Stop Data Sheet
? What type of stop
will be employed
? What Sealing
Elements will be
used
? Etc.

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Fabricate Bypass
Install Bypass Tees

Install Vent Points


Install Plugging Tees

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 Pivoting Head
 High Pressure Line Stop from 3” to 48”
 Folding Head
 Low/Medium Pressure Line Stop from 12” to 84”
 Sure-Stop
 Positive Seal Line Stop from 2” to 42”
 HTP (High Temperature/Pressure)
 High Temperature & Pressure Line Stop from 3” to 14”
 Line Freeze Plugging
 Up to 48”
 FloStop
 Water Main Line Stops from 4” to 16”
 EZ Valve Insertion Assembly
 From 4” to 12”

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 How do we select Sealing
Elements?
 Temperature
 Time at Temperature
 Type of Service
 Pressure

 Type of Sealing Elements


 Buna-Nitrile
 EPDM
 Viton GF

 Typically, elastomer seals are


replaced with a metal-to-metal or
teflon seals at or above 350oF

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 Cuts line in half

 Sure Stop design can be used


for pipe that is out-of-round  Stopping head
and/or has large amounts of expands into place in
internal buildup the line

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 Stopping head expands and
locks into place (safety value)

 Cuts line in half

 Uses metal to metal seal  Current capabilities up to 750


in most cases degrees Fahrenheit and 1000 psi

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 Water
 Wastewater
 Air
 Chemicals
 Boiler water/steam
 Natural gas
 Oil/fuels
 Performed on virtually all
types of pipes and vessels

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 Full Encirclement
– Weld-on
– Bolt-on (Mechanical)
 Shaped Nozzle
 Three-Way Tees
 Perma Stops
 Special Types
– Spherical
– Bottom out
 Typical Delivery Times
– Routine: 10 to 14 Days
– ASAP: 7 to 10 Days

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 Split Sleeve Repair Clamps
 Flange Repair Clamps
 Pinhole Leak Clamps
 Flanged End Connectors
 Pipe End Connectors
 Completion Plugs with
Scarfed Nipple Outlets
 Flow-Through Completion
Plugs

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 Structural Repair and Expansion Joints
 Water Control (Leak Stoppage)
 Surface Repair (coatings and linings)
 Epoxy Injection
 Pump and Motor Base Repair
 Soil Stabilization
 Pipe Penetration
 Tank Roof Repair
 Secondary containment
 Restoration projects

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 Applications
 Heavy machinery base
repairs
 Pump and motor base repair
 Structural support base
repair

 Epoxy pressure injection


method
– Holes drilled into concrete at
strategic locations
– Two part epoxy resin is
injected
– 24 to 72 hours for final cure

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 Polymer cementitious
products and chemical
resistant coatings repair
surface damage as a
result of:
 Corrosion
 Chemical Attack
 Freeze/Thaw
 Wear & Abrasion
 Physical damage

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Solution for problems such
as:
 Freeze / thaw damage
 Corrosion of reinforcing steel
 Erosion of the structure
 Mineral deposits
 Loss of dry environment

Repair sealant
capabilities:
 Thin enough to penetrate “hairline” cracks
 Work in flowing water
 Bond to wet surfaces
 Remain flexible and inert after quick
curing

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Surface
Overlayments &
Toppings

Expansion Joint
Design & Repair

Spall Repair With


Epoxy Adhesive &
Polymer Concrete

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 Permanent pipe repair
 Stronger than the existing material
 Pipe rehabilitation
 Small-bore pipe repairs
 Nozzle repair
 Tank repairs
 Structural repairs

 Applied on site
 No Workshop
 Simple Preparation

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 Simple to Apply
 No Hot-Working
 Conformable
 Non-Hazardous
 Back-fill in 2 hours
 Smart Pig Detectable Features Available
 Cost-Effective Alternative
 DOT Compliant
 Meets ASME PCC-2 Code and AEA
Technology / ISO Standards
 Pressure to 3031 PSI
 Temperatures from -13oF to 410oF
 Sizes from 3/8” to 132”

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Specialized Product:
FurmaWrap-FW1
 Resin-impregnated fiberglass tape
adheres to PVC, fiberglass, concrete
and all forms of metal pipes
 Immediately repairs leaks and
reinforces pipes
 Protects against corrosion,
abrasion and impact
 Effectively stops leaks on pipes
of all sizes
 Resistant to a wide range of
dangerous chemicals
 Used for underwater repairs

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Specialized Product:
FurmaWrap-FW2
 Durable and cost-effective solution for permanent
reinforcement and repairs
 Resin-impregnated fiberglass composite wrap
 Stronger than steel, high tensile-and high
flexural-strength product
 Increases axial load strength and load bearing
capabilities in steel (pipe) and concrete
 Remediates pipes, elbows, tees and concrete
structures
 Inhibits corrosion and restores pipeline integrity
 Resistant to a wide range of dangerous chemicals
 Works in wet or dry conditions, including underwater
repairs
 Classified according to ANSI/NSF 61
standards for drinking water safety

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#1 Assess #2 Sand Blast #3 Apply Putty #4 Apply Coating

#5 Wrap Pipe #6 Compact Wrap #7 Remove Compaction #8 Coat Repair

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Structural repair Flexible materials
provided by conform to
carbon fiber difficult shapes

Repairs are close Materials formed


fitting & can be to shape on site
applied in confined with no pre-
spaces fabrication

Epoxy bond to Lightweight repair


steel provides kits are easy to
leak sealing transport &
capability, handle
chemical &  Repairs are classed as Permanent
environmental  No hot work required
resistance
 No interruption to plant operation

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 Riveted or screwed steel plates,
sometimes injected with a
specifically-developed compound
 Able to seal and repair under the
most demanding
conditions, including
corrosion defects and weld cracks
on lap joints
 Repairs done while tank is in service,
eliminating downtime
 Full pre-job risk assessment
and method statement
 Applications for both floating
roofs and fixed roofs using
plates and composites

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 Welding Preheat  Heat Shrink/Expansions
 Localized Electric PWHT  Space Heating
 Combustion Gas PWHT  Process Start-Up
 Fixed-Hearth Furnaces  Refractory Dry-Outs
 Temporary Furnaces  Equipment Sales
 Hydrogen Bake-Outs  Equipment Rentals
 Line Thawing  Equipment Calibration
 Coating Cures  Turbine Warming
Systems

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 100+ Man-Years of Heat Treating
Management Experience

 10-Year Average Technician


Experience
Level
– “Best of the Best”

 Applications Include:
 Maintenance
 Outages
 Turnarounds
 Capital Projects
 Call-Outs
 24 Hour Service, 365 Days per Year

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 Preheating During Welding
Provides:
 Reduces the levels of thermal stress
 Compensation for high heat losses
 Minimize the rate of weld hardening
 Reduced porosity in the weld
 Reduced hydrogen cracking
 Improved microstructure of heat
affected zone

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 Post Weld Heat Treating
Accomplishes:
 Relaxation of Residual Stresses

 Relaxation of Thermal Stresses

 Tempering (Softening)

 Removal of Diffusible Hydrogen

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 Refractory Dry-Out Provides the
Lining:
 Improved Refractory Strength

 Elimination of Refractory Separation

 Removal of Mechanical Water

 Minimization of Explosive Spalling

 Reduction of Thermal Stress

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 Basic design and technology of the standard
Heat Treatment Console has not changed
since the mid 1970’s
 Largest design improvement to date had
been the move from Dial-a-Pak Controllers to
Universal Display (UDC) Controllers
 Standard technology continues to utilize
graphical 12 or 24 point strip chart recorders
allowing for only one continuous heat cycle
per machine
 Many of the standard consoles still being
manufactured and used today continue to
allow for only 75 volt output, resulting in
severe line loss issues and the necessity to
double-stack heaters in order to make
temperature

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 UDC Controllers and Strip Chart Recorders
are replaced with Programmable Logic
Controllers (PLC) and SCADA (Supervisory
Control and Data Acquisition) Software
 System is driven by interchangeable
computer laptops that stores time and
temperature information in encrypted form
 In the unlikely event of a laptop failure, the
console hardware allows for any heat cycle
program to be completed manually and the
built in memory will store the cycle
information for up to four- (4) days
 At the end of each shift, the heat cycle
information is backed up onto a flash drive
and then cataloged for retention
 85 volt output, resulting in less equipment
requirements than many other competitors

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 Manual Dial-a-Pak or UDC
Controllers; may have a set-point
programmer that will run
automatically but requires
programmed zones to run the
same cycle at the same time

 Single laptop control is equipped to run 5 independent 6-


Zone Consoles simultaneously, each console capable of
having 6 independent heat cycles with 6 different start
times and programs; i.e. 30 independent heat cycles can be
monitored at one time from a single point
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 Potentiometric 12 or 24 Point
graphical Time & Temperature
Recorder, capable of running a
single copy of a single chart at
one time; stores no copies

 Laptop control electronically creates encrypted Time &


Temperature charts capable of running multiple cycles
simultaneously and separating out up to 30 independent
thermocouples; stores an infinite number of copies

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 Controllers and the fear of over-temp or
heater burn-out require that a
technician constantly watch over the
Time & Temperature chart, remaining
there unproductive during the entire
heat cycle

 Laptop control can be run wirelessly and remotely; with built in


alarms for any heat cycle deviation, including over temp and
heater burn-out, and the ability for a single tech/station to monitor
up to 5 consoles at once, additional workforce can be dismissed
or dispatched to more productive functions
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 Furmanite continues to make
design and technology
improvements to benefit our
customers
 Our newest design takes
advantage of the reduction of
internal components created by
the technology advances and
reduces the overall footprint of a
single console to 25” x 24” x 35”
35”  The smaller footprint allows us to
use consoles in constricted areas
that were otherwise unachievable
with traditional equipment and
further reduces the overall
required equipment area in large
projects or turnarounds where
real estate is at a premium
 All new 6-Zone consoles being
manufactured incorporate this
new design

25” 24

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 Thermocouple Wire  Triple Cable Sets

 Thermocouple  Splitter Cables


Attachment Unit (TAU)

 Flexible Ceramic
Heaters  Brinell Hardness
Testers

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 Unique ID for electronic retention
 Client defined ID
 Pertinent job information
 Date and time stamp automatically
entered by the software at the start
and finish of the heat cycle
 Client defined scope references
 Microprocessor S/N
 TC Interface Board S/N (Recorder)
 Calibration Dates and Initials
 Calibration Instrument
 Heat Cycle Phase Designations
 Phase program set values
 Actual Phase measured values &
time
 Thermocouple Reference
 Time and Temperature Chart

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 Time & Temperature Charts are
not limited to the bottom of a
single standard report; their
ability to be printed in various
formats gives you the true QC
and oversight you require
 Heat Cycle charts can be
formatted in quarter page or
full-page reports
 Charts can be broken down
to minute details, small
intervals, or single
thermocouples
 When required, the software
allows for a detailed diagram of
the setup, describing heater and
thermocouple placement for your
records
 Diagrams such as this one can
be entered into a standard report,
as can a detailed note section

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 Mobile Rigs
 18-Points, capabilities to expand
to 36-Point
 Fully Enclosed, Sound
Attenuated, Triton Generators
- 202 kW Standby
- 185 kW Prime
- 280 Gallon Fuel Capacity
- Capable of 26 hours of fully
loaded continued use

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 High Velocity Combustion Gas Trains
– Output variable from 100,000 to
10,000,000 BTU’s per hour
 Burner Sizes in Inventory
 10 Million BTU
 5 Million BTU
 3 Million BTU
 1 Million BTU
 ½ Million BTU

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 Backing of a publicly traded
company with a global presence
and knowledge base
 Over 75 years of proven
experience in solving unique problems
and managing large projects
 Quick response with over 70 locations on 6 continents
 Diverse and flexible solutions for proactive repair,
maintenance and turnaround support
 Experienced, field-proven and motivated technicians
 Patented technology
 Spending the necessary capital to support your
requirements with our state-of-the-art equipment and tools

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online at
www.Furmanite.com
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