Pressure Parts Engg. Co.

Safety & Quality

At Pressure Parts Engg. Co. Safety and Quality is a custom. It gives utmost importance to delivering quality services and products with highest concern for the safety of the man, machine and property.

At Pressure Parts Engg. Co we are committed to:

  • Maintaining a safe and healthy workplace even as we focus on customer satisfaction.
  • Complying with the relevant legislature and regulatory requirements.
  • Encouraging and empowering all our employees to continuously follow and improve upon the safety processes, thereby delivering quality, cost-effectiveness and timeliness to the client.

Error free and accident free service delivery through proper communication of the policies and goals to the employees, supply chain partners, interested third parties and aligning their objectives with that of the company's and of the customer.

Safety and Quality requirements are incorporated into every activity and process. Although the company is involved into various fields with different scopes, each activity or project is taken independently and elements of Safety and Quality is imbibed into it. Be it stated or implied requirements, procedural details, documentation, operations, inspections or certifications; every aspect of Safety and Quality is considered and further put into practice.

Pressure Parts Engg. Co offers safe and quality service to its customers by validating its operations, certifying tools and tackles at regular intervals and by employing skilled manpower who are adequately trained for different jobs.

The machinery is certified as per the various applicable standards by prestigious certifying bodies which ensures safe working environment to our employees as well as our clients.

The company caters to health and safety of employees, maintains the Quality of service and also handles the various environmental issues.

Credentials, we believe, are built over a long period of time and are a direct consequence of honest effort applied over multiple dimensions. At Pressure Parts Engg. Co. we base our credentials on our processes and our people, and these in turn are driven by two key polices, namely our Safety & Quality Policy and our Training Policy.

Pressure Parts Engg. Co has excellent cadre of skilled personnel for undertaking various duties in total industrial maintenance. Many of the technicians employed by the company have years of experience of having worked in reputed oil and petrochemicals installations across the world. In spite of this, in the view of extremely delicate nature of the job and the expertise required for their execution of the projects, training programs are conducted periodically to ensure that the company personnel meet the highest standards of professionalism in terms of Quality Management System and Safety Management System standards.

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Heat Exchangers and Finned tubes

Finned pipe and tubes are used within shell and tube type heat exchangers to enhance the heat transfer between the inside of the heat exchanger tube or pipe, and the outside. Finned pipes and tubes are commercially available in various sizes and materials. Custom finned tubes and pipes are also available.

Finned Pipe / Tube Design Considerations:

To be able to transfer heat well, the finned tube or pipe material must have adequate thermal conductivity . Heat energy transfer is increased by the effective fin area on the tube or pipe. The heat exchanger tube material will thermally expand differently at various temperatures, therefore, thermal stresses will be present along the heat exchanger. Additionally, stress will be induced by any high pressures from the applicable fluids. The tube and fin material should be galvanically compatible with all heat exchanger components and fluids for extended service periods under all operating conditions (temperatures, pressures, pH , etc.) . These requirements require careful selection of material which is : strong, thermally-conductive, and corrosion-resistant .

The fin effectiveness in transferring a given quantity of heat is defined by:

Fin efficiency = (Actual Heat Transferred) / (Heat which would be transferred in entire fin area were at base temperature)

Conditions when fins do not help:

Finned tubes / pipes in selected installation will not help thermal transfer. If the convection coeffiecint is large, as it will be with high velocity fluids or boiling liquids, the fins may produce a reduction in heat transfer. This due to the fact that the conduction resistance then represents a larger impediment to the heat flow than the convection resistance.