Cyclect’s Plant Turnaround and Plat Shutdown services provide comprehensive support to companies in the industrial sector for the planning and execution of plant turnarounds. As part of these services, the company offers electrical and mechanical engineering support to help clients ensure that their turnarounds is completed safely and efficiently. Our services cover everything from project management and planning to equipment inspection and repair, as well as the provision of personnel and materials.
By using an experienced, accredited, and proven provider like Cyclect, industrial plants can ensure that their turnarounds are completed efficiently and effectively, minimizing disruptions to production and maximizing the benefits of the shutdown. Cyclect’s team of experts has a wealth of knowledge and experience in this field, and the company has a track record of delivering successful plant turnarounds for a wide range of clients.
In addition to its expertise and experience, Cyclect is committed to the highest standards of quality and safety. The company’s systems comply with SS 553 Code of practice for air-conditioning and mechanical ventilation in buildings, ISO 45001, and ISO 9001, and it is dedicated to ensuring that all of its services meet these standards. This commitment to quality and safety is just one of the reasons that Cyclect is a trusted provider of turnaround services.
So if you’re in need of electrical and mechanical engineering support for your plant’s turnaround, look no further than Cyclect. With its expertise, experience, and portfolio of successful projects, the company has the skills and resources to help your turnaround go smoothly and successfully.
Plant Turnaround Components
Here are some examples of electrical and mechanical systems and components that may be inspected, serviced, upgraded, or decommissioned during turnarounds:
Electrical systems and components:
- Electrical distribution systems (transformers, switchgear, circuit breakers)
- Electrical motors and drives
- Electrical control systems (PLCs, control panels, sensors)
- Electrical cables and wiring
- Electrical power generation systems (generators, fuel cells, solar panels)
Mechanical systems and components:
- Mechanical pumps and valves
- Mechanical bearings and seals
- Mechanical compressors and fans
- Mechanical conveyor systems
- Mechanical cranes and hoists
- Mechanical HVAC systems
- Mechanical piping and plumbing
- Mechanical pressure vessels
- Mechanical process equipment (reactors, vessels, heat exchangers)
This is just a partial list, and the specific systems and components that may be inspected, serviced, upgraded, or decommissioned during a turnaround will depend on the needs of the facility.