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www.ottosimon.co.uk


Operation & Maintenance Services for the


Coke & Steel Industries


Routine vs. Reactive Repairs Effective Operation and Maintenance services are essential to ensure the longevity of operating plants in the Iron & Steel Industry.


Otto Simon provides Operation & Maintenance Services to plants in the UK and around the world. In our experience a programme of planned maintenance combined with reactive repairs can make the difference between plants meeting their production targets, or missing their emission limits.


Typical services include: • Detailed Inspections for Batteries, ovens service Machines and By-Product plant


• Oven Repairs and Re-Builds (Including Hot Repairs, Through Wall Repairs and Rolling Re-Builds)


• Refractory Lining, Hot Refractory Repairs, and Kiln Lining


• Procurement of Equipment and Spares • Recovery Plans, Process Optimisation and Plant Improvement Studies


• Routine Maintenance Work • Condition Monitoring • Operational Support • Optimisation of Heating Systems (improving energy efficiency and ensuring battery performs within design parameters)


• Ceramic Welding Services


Refractory Installation There are many technical and safety considerations when it comes to refractory installation; whether it’s installing refractory repairs, or a new build projects.


Experienced with all aspects of refractory installation, Otto Simon’s engineers understand the challenges faced with working in high temperature intensive environments whilst the rest of the plant remains in operation.


Best practises for safe and efficient projects include: • Good communication between plant control and project execution teams


• Regular monitoring of gas and oxygen levels


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