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93KingCobra
09-25-2008, 11:55 PM
That time has finally come that I got a job....It is with a company called Team Industrial Services and it is actually the people my father works for and has for a long time :D :D :D :D :D

I could not be happier...The only bad thing I guess is that i wont get to see you guys as much as I do now..With 40-60 hour work weeks + traveling it is going to be hard but we will make it...

Thanks for all you guys help with everything :thumbsup:

Phil

Evilcartman
09-26-2008, 08:10 AM
Congrats Phil.

Firme
09-26-2008, 08:28 AM
Great to hear about the job Phil. What will you be doing?

Oh, and you just need to tell them up front " I will be leaving early every Tuesday" :D

cobrapace94
09-26-2008, 09:00 AM
Congrats on the new job. Good luck. :thumbsup:

SuperG
09-26-2008, 09:24 AM
Hey that's awesome news!! That must be some great relief for you and your lovely bride!!

You should celebrate...hmmm, get a 5.0 engine or something...

93KingCobra
09-26-2008, 09:40 AM
Great to hear about the job Phil. What will you be doing?

Oh, and you just need to tell them up front " I will be leaving early every Tuesday" :D

Well I know and I dont know if that makes any sence...It called heat treating and is when you weld a section of pipe or whatever needed that will be used in the oil, gas, refinery plant and basically heat it up to a certain degree and let it cool down then heat it up again. Something like that...

We will have to see what happens on the Tuesday dinners!!!!

texaswrx
09-26-2008, 01:59 PM
I work with the Team folks here at BP Texas City Refinery. Nice group of people. Maybe I will see you this way?

John

93KingCobra
09-26-2008, 02:12 PM
Thats cool maybe I will see you around..

Levi
09-26-2008, 07:41 PM
:bounce: This is good, how good?







REAL GOOOOOOOOOOOOD!!! :D :thumbsup:

jimmysidecarr
09-26-2008, 08:52 PM
Congratulations Phil!!!
Heat treating is a facinating field!

http://www.teamindustrialservices.com/fht/default.html

Field Heat Treating

Team's Heat Treating Capabilities
Induction Heat Treating
Team's Heat Treating Services
Team's Heat Treating Equipment, Products and Parts Catalog
Range of Team's Heat Treating Capabilities
Underwater PreWeld Heat Treat Video
Heat treating can be precisely applied to components ranging from small, complex fittings to massive pressure vessels. Experienced Team Industrial Services technicians manage the heat treating flow and temperature requirements onto your hardware and equipment with pinpoint precision. Below is a summary of Team's Heat Treating services and capabilities.

History


Founded by Peter Cooper 1950
Incorporated in U.S. - 1958
Management buyout - December 1980
Acquired by CBI - December 1992
CBI Acquired by Praxair - January 1996
Cooperheat acquired by IISI - June 1997
IISI acquired by Team, Inc. August 2004

Team Industrial Services, the largest field heat treating company in the world:


Has heat treated more vessels and pipe welds than any other company in the world
A turbine warming system installed on a steam turbine
Has completed more high velocity combustion heating projects than any other heat treating company in the world
Is equipped with state of the art burners for heating—100ฐF over ambient to 2,600ฐF
Is equipped with NIST-traceable recorders and thermocouples
Is the only field heat treating company with in-house engineering
Provides technicians experienced in critical heat treating applications for
– Fast process startups
– Refractory dry-outs
– Forced curings

Industry firsts


First Thermocouple Attachment Unit (TAU)
Special furnace for large ship propeller
Prewarming of utility steam turbines
In-place annealing of nuclear reactor vessels
Introductions of Cooperknitฎ
– Non-RCF-based insulating material
– Matches thermal properties of traditional insulating material
– Increases worker comfort and safety

Range of field heat treating services


Welding preheats
Field heating preparation for large cylinder
Post weld heat treatments
Hydrogen bake-outs
Temporary furnaces
Line thawing
Coating cures
Expansions
Space heating
Process heat-ups
Refractory dry outs
Turbine warming systems
Equipment sales/rentals
Equipment calibration and service

Typical field heat treating applications


Pressure Piping

Glass Furnace Drain
– Preheat and Post Weld Heat Treating (PWHT)
Fab Shops
– Prefabricated pipe spools
Caustic Service Piping
– Hydrogen out-gas, preheat, Preheat and Post Weld Heat Treating (PWHT)
Pressure Vessel Repairs
– Preheat and Post Weld Heat Treating (PWHT) per code requirements
Caustic Service Vessels
– Hydrogen out-gas, Preheat and Post Weld Heat Treating (PWHT)
Furnace/Convection Heaters
– Preheat and Post Weld Heat Treating (PWHT) on chrome tube repairs
Boilers
– Headers
– Tube repairs
Heat Exchangers
– Tube sheets
– U-Bends
– Vessel walls
Refractory Linings
– Reactors
– Furnaces
– Cat duct work
Protective coatings
– Installed on vessels and tanks
Line thaws
– Frozen product in lines or vessels

Advantages of using field heat treating


Weld preheats
Technician sets up a low voltage heater for a vessel-to-pipe preheat
– Reduces the levels of thermal stress
– Compensates for high heat losses
– Minimizes the rate of weld hardening
– Reduces the porosity of the weld
– Reduces hydrogen cracking
– Improves microstructure of heat affected zone
Post weld heat treating
– Relaxes residual stresses
– Relaxes thermal stresses
– Tempers (softens)
– Removes diffusible hydrogen
Refractory dry outs
– Improves refractory strength
– Eliminates refractory separation
– Removes mechanical water
– Minimizes explosive spalling
– Avoids thermal stress

Heat Treating Engineering Services Available from Team Industrial Services


Structural Integrity Analysis
Low voltage ceramic equipment in use during a field heat treating job
– Tower weight and wind load analyses per ASCE
– Bullet saddle support per Zick Analysis
Custom Equipment Design and Manufacturing
– Gas combustion furnaces
– Electric resistance furnaces
– Multi-zone power and control (PAC) consoles
– Turbine warming systems
Heat Transfer Analysis
– Pipe flow heating thermal power requirements
– Temperature gradient determination
– Thermal finite element analysis (FEA)
– Vessel / pipe thawing power requirements
– Vessel heating thermal power requirements
Engineered Thermal Process Procedures
– In accordance with ASME / API / AWS / NBIC / AAR codes
– AutoCAD drawings of thermocouple and heater location
– Custom procedures per client requirements

Team's Heat Treating Services Meet Strict Industry Codes


ASME BPVC Sections I, III, VIII, and XI
ASME B31.1 and B31.3
API, NBIC
NACE, AWS, ANSI
DOT and MIL specifications

Team's Quality Assurance Program


Team is a NUPIC approved 10CFR 50 Appendix B Supplier and is a member of the Nuclear Industries Assessment Committee (NIAC)
Team's Quality Assurance Program Consists Of The Following Manuals:
– QA manuals to nuclear and ISO 9000 format
QA procedures and forms
Standard procedure manual
Training program
Measurement and calibrations
NIST traceable
NUPIC approved calibration supplier
Onsite pre & post calibration

– Procedures to applicable industry codes

Utilize Team Industrial Services' field heat treating capabilities during:


Routine Maintenance
New Construction
Turnarounds
Shutdowns
Outages
Capital Projects
Phenolic Paint Cures
Repower Projects
Call Outs
24 - 7 Service






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Team Industrial Services
P.O. Box 123
Alvin, TX 77512
1-800-662-8326

93KingCobra
09-26-2008, 09:38 PM
Leave it to Jimmy to come up with a plethora of information!!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Evilcartman
09-28-2008, 12:43 PM
That does look like some interesting stuff.

backnblack
09-29-2008, 09:51 PM
Congrats man!! :thumbsup:

kencobra
09-29-2008, 11:21 PM
Congrats Phil, the beer is on you :D

msmap
09-30-2008, 01:23 AM
congrats Phil

ORANGE CRUSH
09-30-2008, 01:51 AM
Good job Phil.

Carl G
10-01-2008, 07:06 PM
congrats on the new job Phil :thumbsup:

John Chingasos
10-10-2008, 10:21 AM
Congrats phil