REBL participated in the removal of reactor and stripper units and all associated piping and replaced it with a new unit. The flue gas line from the regenerator was entirely replaced, as well as various new equipment installations into the existing regenerator. On-going redesign work involving the refractory was necessary and provided to the engineering group by REBL. During shutdown REBL provided not only Capital work inspection but the normal maintenance shutdown inspection along with refractory contractor scrutiny and co-ordination as well as on-site material laboratory testing, quality assurance during material installation, management reporting, and repair documentation.
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Sulfur Plant Shutdown
REBL participated in a sulfur plant shutdown in order to improve the existing design in the reaction... Read More →
Regenerator and Cyclone Replacement
REBL reviewed all design changes and made recommendations for refractory design. The project involve... Read More →