Our various training services aligned with our belief to help our clients to improve the safety of the operations and reduce overall operating costs.
Based on our experience, many users of boiler / HRSG units have never been properly trained. To meet productivity targets and emissions regulations, it is crucial to operate and monitor the essential equipment in the right way every day. By conducting on-site personnel training, seminars which can be tailored for specific site requirements and providing the service of technical personnel to assist our clients operation and maintenance team.
We have been able to ensure that O&M (Operation & Maintenance) procedure are properly and efficiently implemented. We are also trained the Boiler and HRSG engineering and inspection upon customer demand. 

Training Program Include:

  • Thermal Review of HRSG
  • Codes / Pressure Parts
  • Boiler Component Engineering
  • Life / Age Analysis
  • Operation Study
  • Thermal Stress Analysis
  • Vibration and Noise Engineering
  • Failure Mechanisms
  • Water Chemistry
  • Boiler Inspection
  • Preventive and Reactive Maintenance
  • Piping Hanger System

Additional Services:

  • Monthly service contracts specific to customer’s requirements and will work with maintenance personal to ensure proper protective maintenance is met
  • Turnkey service packages, quarterly or annually, with trained personnel to ensure full potential of the equipment
  • HFS offer equipment installation supervision to ensure timely schedules are met along with quality observation for the benefit of client’s best interest
  • Boiler retrofit schedules, waterside inspection, furnace fireside inspection, boiler hanger assessments, component assessment and component replacement planning
  • Detail AutoCAD drawings for report illustrations and mapping
  • Monitoring NDE data
  • Contractor Cost Reviews
  • Contractor Schedule Reviews

General HRSG Inspection

A visual survey of the general HRSG condition, external casing, internal gas-side mechanical parts and auxiliary equipment. Readily accessible pressure part components are visually inspected. HFS recommends performing such a general inspection in addition to the basic inspections stipulated by local regulatory requirements. Time frame requirement: 2 – 3 days HRSG accessibility.

Aligning HRSG Inspections for Optimized Availability

In order to prevent forced outages, periodic inspections should be conducted during scheduled outages. This allows the identification of component damage in the earliest stages – when there is still time to schedule a cost-effective repair.

HFS recommends a general inspection every 1 to 2 years and a more detailed inspection every 3 to 5 years. In order to optimize the overall plant availability, it is important to align these inspections with those of the gas turbine. Therefore, the detailed inspection should coincide with a gas turbine planned outage, e.g. the major or hot gas path inspection.

Detailed HRSG Inspection

Includes all the general inspection steps plus a more detailed visual inspection of all accessible pressure parts. This visual inspection will identify any areas of concern that require subsequent non-destructive examination (NDE) to be performed by HFS qualified NDE technician. Time frame requirement: 4 – 6 days HRSG accessibility.

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