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Looking for a company that can conduct a plant wide vibration study

Looking for a company that can conduct a plant wide vibration study

Looking for a company that can conduct a plant wide vibration study

Dear All

We are currently looking for a company that can conduct a plant wide vibration study on an LNG plant to establish a vibration risk baseline and help identify any potential issues or existing areas of concern while the plant is operating at maximum capacity.

The major pieces of equipment (rotating, pumps, etc.), main line pipework, support systems and small bore
piping in the following primary systems will be included in the scope.
 Inlet Receiving & Metering
 CO2 removal including Vent Stack
 Amine Regeneration
 Dehydration & Mercury Removal
 Liquefaction
 Refrigerant Storage
 LNG Storage/Loading
 Condensate
 Fuel Gas
 Wet & Dry Flare/Blow down

Could you please help me identify companies that have expertise in this area?

Thank you


P.S. Feel free to contact me at andresondo@eglng.com

RE: Looking for a company that can conduct a plant wide vibration study

A few companies that come to mind:

--(If you are in the southeast, and sometimes elsewhere): Southeast Dynamic Loading, LLC (See their website @ www.sedynamic.com). They specifically handle (structural) vibration issues.

--A national chain: VACC, Inc (See their website @ www.va-consult.com/cat_services.html) They've got some outstanding equipment. I've worked with them before.

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