Boiler House Service Agreement

Boiler House Service Agreement

As we are independent specialists we are able to look after the majority of control equipment found in modern boiler houses.

HOW CRITICAL IS YOUR STEAM SUPPLY

Planned preventative maintenance to your steam generating plant is critical to ensure that the steam distribution system is operating economically, efficiently and safely. A Valveforce annual Boiler House Service Agreement provides you with the peace of mind you require for the continuous operation of your energy centre equipment.

Valveforce are offering:

  • An energy centre maintenance procedure that supports the requirements of the latest boiler house guidance notes
  • Working together with our team we can pull together a Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) programme to minimise costly downtime and release maintenance staff for other duties core to your business
  • Steam Boiler Strip downs – Removal, calibration and maintenance of boiler control equipment such as level probes, TDS and bottom blowdown systems
  • The peace of mind that your equipment and industrial boiler servicing is being looked after by experienced independent engineers
  • The ability to improve maintenance budgeting, cost planning and avoid those costly emergencies

Service Agreement Summary:

  • Planning your industrial boiler maintenance will ensure that your system integrity is maintained and any maintenance issues are avoided
  • Use our dedicated and experienced controls engineers as a valued extension to your own team
  • Valveforce’s Boiler House Service Agreement safeguards against emergencies by scheduling in routine inspections
  • Our service agreement ensures that you have planned your budgets which can help eliminate costly surprise industrial boiler repairs.
  • Spares and components are allocated and held in stock ready for site attendance and overhaul
  • On call service engineers and priority bookings with reduced rates for service visits
  • Potential for yearly 24/7 emergency cover and personal technical support
Valveforce's Boiler House Service Agreement ensures planned regular maintenance and servicing of boiler house equipment. All industrial boiler services work is carried out by specialist Valveforce service engineers. An initial audit of the boiler house system is undertaken with the customer prior to commencement of scope of work. The audit typically includes the following:Work on 6 Month VisitWork on major visit
ON / OFF and Modulating Boiler Water Level Controls
Extract the level probes, clean, inspect, check for fatigue and replace using new seal gaskets.
Remove and strip down globe control valve to inspect trim and clean spindle, replace packing once per year. Reassemble body using a new cover gasket, inspect electric actuator motors, potentiometer for wear and travel.
Visually inspect the controller internals for integrity. Check all terminations for tightness and electrical contact. Inspect bases to ensure good electrical contact is made.
Test controls with and empty and de-pressurised boiler then bring up to normal working level with attention to firing the burner and testing cut-out on low water alarm conditions.
Test that the controls are working at normal working pressure.
Carry out a functional test of remote boiler shutdown panel.
Suspended Solids TDS Control systems
Extract the TDS probes, clean, inspect, check for fatigue and replace using new seal gaskets. Visually check blowdown valves for gland leakage, replace packings once per year. Strip down TDS valve and inspect high pressure drop internals for excessive wear at least once per year.
Take a boiler water sample then compare to TDS controller set point. Recalibrate controller to ensure that only the required amount of boiler water is being discharged.
Calculate and record boiler percentage blowdown rate to assess potential energy losses.
Witness and functionally test the TDS system for correct operation.
Manual and Automatic Bottom Blowdown Control
Visually inspect the controller internals for integrity. Check all terminations for tightness and electrical contact. Inspect bases to ensure good electrical contact is made.
View timed bottom blowdown settings and ensure optimum times for maximum boiler efficiency. Record settings.
Visually inspect the blowdown valve, actuator and solenoid valve.
Functionally test system to ensure correct operation.
Hotwell and Feedtank Level Controls
Extract the level probes, clean, inspect, check for fatigue and replace using new seal gaskets.
Remove and strip down globe control valve to inspect trim and clean spindle, replace packing once per year. Reassemble body using a new cover gasket, inspect electric actuator motors, potentiometer for wear and travel.
Visually inspect the controller internals for integrity. Check all terminations for tightness and electrical contact. Inspect bases to ensure good electrical contact is made.
Blowdown Vessels and Heat Recovery Systems
Check cooling water system for temperature and compare gauge to the blowdown vessel. Ensure the TDS heat recovery systems is not blocked and is working as it should be, if possible purge the steam trap.
A service report is provided per visit, noting findings, corrective actions and any recommendations from the steam boiler services.