GE_ALSTOM Scheduled Shutdown, Mt Piper Power Station
SEP 2016 – OCT 2016.
Protech Welding was given the opportunity to co-participate on the Mt Piper scheduled shutdown.
Initial crew of half a dozen carried out the ‘scope of works’.
Within the first week, Protech Welding was requested to supply an additional team of 21 specialised tradesmen within 24 hours of notice.
Within the 2nd week, Protech Welding was again requested to supply an additional team of 16 specialsed tradesmen within 18 hours of notice.
Supply, Operate, Manage and Documentation support was also provided as a complimentary service to ensure the Shutdown progressed on time and within budget.
Field & Class of Trades: Special-Class Welders, 1st Class Boilermakers, and Advanced Riggers
Tradesmen Deployment: Australia-Wide
Work Hours: 24hrs (12hr shifts , 6 weeks)
Area of works: Air Heater, Panel Tubes (347H Stainless Steel), Plates, Economiser,Swing Stages in the Boiler
where after GE ALSTOM / ENERGY AUSTRALIA’s survey was conducted.
Total Crew Deployed: 43 Specialised, Qualified and Experienced Tradesmen
Total Lost Time: Nil