Tag: Energy

The effects of Cycling, Is it worth it?

A Brief Look at the Effects of Cycling Thielsch Engineering, Inc. provides planned, unplanned, and emergency services to over 200 power plants across the U.S and internationally each year. Our experts understand the complexity of managing power production and the factors associated with it such as demand, cost controls, and mechanical difficulties. One major issue

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COMPLYING WITH ASME CODE B31.1

COMPLYING WITH ASME CODE B31.1 Understandably, safety is the main concern per the requirements set forth by the ASME and those responsible for the production, maintenance, and overall performance within facilities that house high energy piping systems. Each operating company is responsible for the safe operation of its critical components which requires a dedicated program

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Is your Hindsight 20/20?

Is your hindsight 20/20? Recently I received a disturbing email from a once potential client. His email was laced with regret in his decision to purchase one of my competitor’s software-based solutions for asset and data management.  Why was this particular email so disturbing to me? Shouldn’t I be delighted to hear that the competition

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Equipment Integrity Inspections – Essential to Risk Management

Risk management, or lack thereof, invariably affects the profitability of operations and may, if neglected, affect the survival of specific corporations. This applies also to specific units or plants within corporations. There have been numerous instances where catastrophic failures of equipment, that could have been avoided, have resulted in the closure of the operating plants

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