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Outage Management - Onsite Asset Specialists
Unplanned plant outages characteristically pose significant risk to your facility and production.

Unplanned plant outages characteristically pose significant risk to your facility and production.

Outages are planned at regular intervals to perform in-depth maintenance to help sustain long term reliability gains and to help avoid unplanned shutdowns. However, outages are typically based on a fixed schedule window and budget, therefore, unexpected findings can cause major delays and impact production.

We use specific outage management best practices to ensure consistency in our outage repair deliverables.

From our turnaround planning teliability model planning process to bad actor assessments, we have well defined and tested processes at our disposal to not only get all your repairs completed but to do it safely.

Maintain your schedule and budget for your planned outages
Ensure repairs are completed on time and safely

Proven Results

A recent outage managed by an embedded Spartan instrument asset specialist at a large Heartland upgrader facility resulted in a documented savings of $740,000 for our Customer. No expediting was necessary and the control valves were deemed to not be critical path. The Customer said, “That went great, we want to do the same exact thing for our next turnaround.”
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