DRB Group provides effective maintenance to reduce operating costs

With costs increasing, it is more important than ever for operational costs to be reduced, where possible, whilst maintaining and increasing productivity. DRB Group are acutely aware of the challenges businesses face, and the need to have operational reliability and efficiency.

Working with our customers, we have, where needed, set up dedicated permanent teams on site to support and work with maintenance teams, as well as providing ad-hoc maintenance for planned projects and shutdowns. We deliver maintenance and support services which provide effective plant maintenance that significantly reduces costs, which in turn increases productivity, reduces downtime, and ensures our customers’ plant is safe and meets necessary standards.

Our dedicated teams of highly skilled engineers, both in-house and on-site, provide maintenance support to suit business needs, across an array of industry sectors, which include food and beverage, pharmaceutical, rail, chemical, energy from waste and construction.

We constantly strive to work in increasingly effective and innovative ways to deliver preventative and predicted maintenance techniques and methods to continually improve production operations. By engaging with our customers and understanding their needs we undertake detailed reviews and in-depth analysis of existing maintenance schedules and on-site operations to deliver on-going operational efficiencies.

Our in-house facilities and capabilities will support all valve repair and servicing.

Valve Repair and Servicing

  • Quality repair and testing service for all types of process control and safety valves from small solenoid valves to large, motorised valves.
  • Full overhaul including mechanical parts and instrumentation
  • Testing and re-setting
  • Removal, reinstallation, and commissioning
  • Supply and setting of new valves from leading manufacturers
  • Extensive testing facilities for both fluids and gases, to ensure the valves are set and operating correctly

Sitting alongside our valve repair and maintenance, we offer maintenance and servicing for motors and pumps. DRB’s in-house engineering and design expertise enables us to offer complete turnkey projects: solving technical and operational challenges with innovative, long-term, effective solutions.

Keeping our customers’ equipment and operations running efficiently is our prime objective.

To find out how DRB Group can support your operations, speak to our engineering experts.

Telephone:     01244 280 280

Email:             enquiries@drbgroup.co.uk

Website:         drbgroup.co.uk

Published: 3rd November 2022

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