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  • Plant shutdowns, also known as turnarounds, are one of the most critical times in the operation of a plant. Shutdowns have a profound ability to affect the plant’s financial future in either a positive or negative way. A shutdown that … Continue reading

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  • As part of our customers’ successful turnaround team, we understand that one of the most important factors that can make or break the turnaround is assembling and organizing the right team. The best teams are diverse and can include current … Continue reading

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  • We have previously discussed how 85% of turnarounds fail due to lack of collaboration between the owner and contractors’ teams. If plants want to break from that statistic, they must break with traditional turnaround styles and protocol and be willing … Continue reading

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  • John O. Whitney wrote THE book on leadership and management during turnarounds. He believes, “how the new leader solves these problems when his predecessors have failed will be the result of a skilled blend of style and substance.” He also … Continue reading

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  • We have previously discussed planning for turnaround success and would like to build on the premise. Traditional turnaround projects have their shortcomings and have motivated owners and operators to research and establish new best turnaround practices. Below, we will summarize … Continue reading

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  • We would like to take time to publicly acknowledge one of our talented Field Service Advisors (FSA), Juston Thomson. We think we have a team of exceptional people at AMACS; but when a customer takes the time to express this, … Continue reading

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  • Turnarounds are always sizable projects that must be executed under strict time constraints with severe financial consequences for any delay. They are also subject to significant work scope changes that can be the result of unplanned issues arising during the … Continue reading

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  • We have previously discussed the crucial steps in planning for turnaround success. In part two of our discussion, we will focus on the most important aspect of planning: safety. One of the best ways to accomplish a successful plant turnaround is … Continue reading

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  • Every plant encounters turnarounds! Either for scheduled maintenance, replacement/repair of equipment or expansion. The challenge in planning for turnaround success, is to minimize downtime while adhering to safety and environmental standards. To meet this challenge, Facility Managers often call on … Continue reading

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  • Process internals manufactured by AMACS are widely used in the gas processing and power industries.  Coal fired power plants have Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) process units that use large vane systems to reduce plant emissions while minimizing fouling and extending … Continue reading

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  • Once again, AMACS will be exhibiting at AFPM’s Reliability & Maintenance Conference & Exhibition – this year being held in New Orleans, LA from May 23-26. We’d like to invite anyone attending the exhibition to stop by our booth #554 … Continue reading

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  • Turnarounds are scheduled, periodic events where one or more processing and/or production units are temporarily removed from service in a plant. According to Emerson, up to 74% of all plant turnarounds fail to meet their performance goals on time. There … Continue reading

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  •   Working in and operating a plant can be stressful! The number one goal in every plant is to make sure people go home safely at the end of their shift. Plants take extra care in designing each component, often … Continue reading

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  • How to Control the Risk in Plant Turnarounds

    It is essential to know the risks in plant turnarounds in order to effectively manage them.Turnaround projects can involve tens of thousands of components, include dozens of workers, hundreds of pieces of equipment, and multiple budgets that can delve into … Continue reading

  • The Importance of Shutdowns in Plant Operations

    Plant shutdowns, also known as turnarounds, are one of the most critical times in the operation of a plant. Shutdowns have a profound ability to affect the plant’s financial future in either a positive or negative way. A shutdown that … Continue reading

  • Dustin Singletary Brings Great Attitude to AMACS

    It is with great pride that we announce our new Southeast Market Manager, Dustin Singletary. He brings with him an interesting background, nine years of experience in the tower internals industry, and a dedication we always look for here at … Continue reading

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