1. B&W has performed almost every steam blowing method in the market.
B&W started in the steam blowing business using ASME factory-rated flanges for safety. We’ve led the industry in this category for many years by refusing to use cut plate flanges, which was the norm for a long time. When you engineer as many steam blow projects as B&W does, you build your arsenal of experience and develop many repeat customers once they understand that a low bid without experience can seriously hurt their project. Developing these partnerships in knowledge has a major benefit in today’s market. When you have customers that prefer B&W Energy Services for their response, capabilities and personnel, you have claimed your position in this industry.
2. Aqualazing shortens time and reduces costs.
Aqualazing has come into prominence by substantially shortening steam blow activities. By cleaning the steam pipe systems internals prior to steam blowing, you can reduce costs such as manpower and natural gas (fuel) requirements to support steam blowing. Demineralized water usage during steam blowing can be reduced quite a bit as well, not to mention the reduced wear on the new boilers and or gas turbines during startup.
3. Steam Blowing has evolved into a highly effective solution that should be implemented in every pre-commissioning project on the market.
At B&W Energy Services, our steam blowing process is different from our competitors. Our team of engineers are the most well-trained in the business. When companies consider bids for a project, experience can be overlooked. Experience is key and should be taken into account when selecting a partner. Choosing a vendor based on price alone can be damaging. Steam blowing has come a long way from being a noisy solution, to allowing normal operations to continue without the threat of loud noise pollution.