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Boiler Overhaul Project awarded to Thielsch Engineering

Thielsch Engineering was recently awarded a $2.76MM contract for the overhaul of Boiler No. 1 at Naval Station Newport located in Newport, Rhode Island.  Naval Station (NAVSTA) Newport is home to 50 Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and US Army Reserve commands and activities. Newport is the Navy’s premier site for training officers, officer candidates,

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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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High Energy Piping- Avoid Cracking Under Pressure

COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR High Energy Piping ‐ Avoid Cracking Under Pressure 10 AM EST on December 19, 2014 Presenter: Pamela Hamblin ‐ Director of Development & Operations 4‐SYTE Systems  Thielsch Engineering, Inc. As high energy piping systems age, the risk of piping failure  increases.  Prolonged  operation,  particularly  at  elevated  temperatures,  results  in  metallurgical degradation  increasing  the 

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The Key to Safety and Reliability in your Power Plant

Introducing Thielsch’s 4-SYTE System Strategy program. This program was developed to minimize the confusion involved with planning and understanding the unique needs of your facility. Our goal is to help you strategically plan the usage of your budgetary dollars, and overall modernize the way you and your personnel organize and access your previous design and

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