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Dynamic market conditions require utility and industrial power plants to continuously improve reliability while maintaining fuel flexibility, reducing emissions, and decreasing maintenance costs. Power plant operators are faced with delivering high plant availability requiring them to evaluate ongoing O&M improvements such as optimization, upgrades, modernization and retrofits of boiler equipment.
Sumitomo SHI FW (SFW) brings extensive global expertise from over 500 installations in solving a range of solid fuel boiler performance issues on CFB, PC, stoker and BFB units. By applying customized SFW services, operators can improve boiler equipment efficiency and reduce production losses associated with planned and unplanned downtime.
In this informative webinar, Tom Steitz, Vice President, Global Power Services, SFW will present best practices in O&M and engineering services for solid fuel boilers. Specific topics will include:
Several case studies will be presented, including cases where the use of SmartBoiler™ remote troubleshooting capabilities resulted in reduced unplanned shutdowns, where improved combustion led to O&M savings, and considerations for smooth fuel switching
This webinar will help energy facilities make informed decisions about taking preventive measures and adopting best practices in maintenance and engineering services to improve reliability, meet new environmental regulations and extend boiler life. Register today to secure your spot in this free webinar!
Attendees are encouraged to ask questions which will be covered during the Q&A session of the webinar.
Presenter: Tom Steitz | Vice President, Global Power Services | Sumitomo SHI FW
Thomas Steitz is Vice President, Global Power Services at Sumitomo SHI FW. Tom has global boiler services P&L experience and brings extensive experience in boiler services, repairs, modernization and upgrades. Tom’s skills and expertise were developed via hands-on roles across a variety of boiler types including CFB, PC and BFB units.