Aftermarket Monday February 2020

March 25, 2020 2:24 pm Published by

Aftermarket Monday February 2020


February 2020 – Social Media Posts

For weekly essential tips on aftermarket services regarding your Ship & Shore RTO and Pollution Control Equipment, follow our social media accounts.

For customers in the northern climates, especially during the winter months up to March, condensation can build up on outdoor equipment and can cause multiple problems upon start-up. #AftermarketMonday TIP: Weekly visual inspections performed by plant or maintenance personnel could be very beneficial towards the overall operations of your equipment. While performing these visual inspections, look for any gas, air, or oil leaks.

To ensure your overall system operates as efficiently as possible, properly cleaning and maintaining any instrumentation associated with your oxidizer is important. #AftermarketMonday TIP: Take a moment to clean and un-dust your burner and gas train components such as the spark plug igniter or the UV scanner. Making sure the static pressure gauge for your air tank is performing well will also be beneficial.

The Department of Industrial Work (DIW) is an authorized government organization that controls the activities for all of the factories in Thailand. Our Ship & Shore Thailand Representative went to be a speaker at one of the DIW’s recent meetings to educate the officials about air pollution and advise the group on VOC legislation. We are excited to be a part of this global movement towards a more environmental conscious effort. Contact us at for more information regarding pollution control in the Asia sector.

We all know the 3 R’s of Sustainability – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. By far the most important thing each of us can do is #reduce. Reducing our use of energy is the highest order of impact on our environment. #AftermarketMonday TIP: Make sure your unit is operating at optimum efficiency at all times and keep up with recommended maintenance plans. Each Ship & Shore RTO is already designed to run with minimum energy, resulting in lower utility usage and a higher savings in operating costs.


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