Steam Plant Engineering – Service Matters

It’s fair to say most people would associate Steam Plant Engineering (SPE) with boiler installation, service and repair, but are less likely to associate them with the supply and overhaul of industrial valves…

Steam Plant Engineering have invested heavily in the development of their existing industrial valve supply and service division, allowing them to cater for increasing demands in the steam and process industries.

From the “Zurich Approved” valve repair test centre, in Halesowen, West Midlands, Steam Plant Engineering have access to a wide range of competitively priced valves from an established and trusted database of manufacturers. Combine this with their experience and expertise in specifying valve requirements on and off-site, repairing and reconditioning valves, the company is confident they can offer an effective solution whatever their client’s requirements.

Using our highly trained network of in house skilled steam engineers and valve technicians we can carry out all necessary site works associated with the removal and replacement, often during “out of hours” critical shutdown periods, enabling site engineers time is utilized effectively.

Dan Garbett, Managing Director of Steam Plant Engineering says: ‘Valves are essential to the reliability and safety of the plant and in particular boilers and it seemed like a natural progression to build our existing valve division, to cater for the needs of not only our existing clients, but the demands and requirements of other users. It’s proving to be a great success and as a result we have already increased the departments turn over by more than 35% over the last financial year.”

To coincide with the on-going development of the valve division, Steam Plant Engineering are also launching a new website towards the end of this year. The website will tick all the boxes for online best practice and will prove to be a source for the company’s up to date news and developments. Alongside this the company have refreshed their logo/ branding.

Emma Newcombe, Commercial Director says: ‘The current website and identity we felt, was looking a little dated… it was time for a refresh! We wanted to create something that more closely reflected the quality and nature of the work we do here and the experience and capabilities of our team. We also appreciate the importance of a good website, in a market like ours.

She continues: ‘We have a dedicated team, many of whom have been with us for a number of years and also a number of long standing reputable and global client brands backing us. It’s important that we keep looking ahead and adapt both our service and marketing material to reflect demands and changes in the market place.’

Tel: 01384 294 936

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 43

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