April 22, 2012
-- Thielsch Engineering, Inc. is pleased to announce its specialized training program that is specific to the needs of various industries to improve boiler performance and operational management. The program titled: Targeted Boiler Training is offered to key personnel responsible for plant maintenance, management and operations. The onsite training is designed to be unit specific and is proven to be highly beneficial to coal, gas, and/or combined cycle plants. The training program has also proved positive for those who manage and maintain pulp and paper plant power stations. The boiler training is designed to be unit specific for those components with an active history of failures in an effort to maximize the component’s life.
In brief, Thielsch engineers work collectively with plant personnel to retain the critical data to create a custom training manual that includes operational history and failure analyses of all tube and pressure parts. Upon completion of the data collection, Thielsch’s experts produce a detailed outline of occurrences, evaluate and identify the root cause, and then implement a new strategy for prevention. Each custom training session can be completed in an 8 to 10 hour day once the custom manual has been generated. This advanced training can be scheduled at any time and is most often retained during the non-outage season. Targeting specific units helps the power plants reduce repeat failures by identifying and rectifying the troubled areas to maximize the unit’s full operational capabilities. For more information about Thielsch’s Targeted Boiler Training Program, please contact Robert Smoske at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 440-729-8866.
Thielsch Engineering, Inc. is a professional engineering firm that provides a complete range of consulting, design, and energy services to customers throughout the United States and internationally. Its multi-disciplined engineering and technical staff specializes in failure analysis, engineering design, process optimization, and condition assessment. They are experts in implementing solutions for any type of engineering challenge. You may also visit Thielsch Engineering on the web at www.thielsch.com and www.thielschfes.com.