Drax Power Station extends valve actuation framework agreement with Exeeco APS
Exeeco APS Technical Sales Engineer Simon Finley observes: “This contract extension is fantastic news for Exeeco APS and Drax and further enhances the excellent partnership we already enjoy.
"Throughout our history we have worked extremely hard to ensure that actuators and associated equipment are maintained to the highest of standards, are safe, on time and within budget. We look forward to continuing the provision of Rotork products and all our services to this prestigious client during the extended contract period.”
The contract includes the supply of actuators, reduction gearboxes, spares, on-site services and the off-site actuator overhauls. Exeeco APS also provides actuator appreciation courses, technical support, advice and solutions. Exeeco APS services are also utilised by the main contractor during outages to inspect, disconnect, remove, replace and service actuators on and off-site and to facilitate valve overhauls.
Simon Finley continues: “Our plant knowledge of Drax Power Station and expertise in power plant actuation services and actuation projects spans decades. Our experience within this specialised area of the power industry is unparallelled and runs throughout Exeeco APS from management to sales, engineering and production. We have extensive resources and skills to deliver all year round support to our clients as and when required. During outages, during day to day maintenance and emergency breakdowns we are available to assist.”
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