Economizer and Super Heater Element PanelTitan 4

Client: Titan Welding
Project: Economizer and Super Heater Element Panel Refurbishment
Location: Mt. Piper Power Station, NSW, Australia

This project was a highly skilled operation which consisted of the cut back and pull down of a series of super heat element panels. After the successful cut-out and replacement of 47 of the most tedious of element tubes, that were a combination of chrome molly and 308H stainless steel. Conditions were very tight to say the least, with very little working space we successfully passed 94 butt welds to X-Ray with zero defects, saving our clients time and money. At Pressure Welding Australia,…welding is not just joining steel, it is an art in which we take great pride. This project was completed with a “permit hand-back” 7 days ahead of schedule.

  • Welding personnel compliant with AS1796
  • Pressure Equipment Manufacture AS4458
  • Boiler and Pressure Vessels AS1210, AS1228
  • Examination and Testing AS4037
  • Fabrication of Steel Structures AS4041



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