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Cyclone Cleaning Service Video

August 21, 2017
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Automated Cable Crawler System Video

August 21, 2017
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MPW designs and executes more efficient, safer air heater cleaning process

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem A coal-fired power plant in West Virginia faced the problems of operational space shortage and excessive safety hazards during its chaotic spring outage. With an excess of people and equipment working simultaneously, the power station sought methods that would reduce man-hours, improve safety and upgrade efficiency. MPW Industrial Services provided […]

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Core values drive MPW to stellar results at Southeastern pulp mill

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem A prime example of a company following through on its stated values is MPW’s outage project at a Georgia pulp mill. While competing companies struggled to meet the facility’s needs in terms of efficiency and safety, MPW had excelled at the site. However, MPW Operations personnel thought they could improve […]

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MPW efficiencies net $1.5 million in savings for Midwest power provider

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem Industrial-based corporations commonly search for cost-cutting measures from their vendors, but few are able to achieve immediate savings and efficiencies. MPW Industrial Services has consistently delivered on its pledge to provide supreme service and value to its customers, and an example of this is presented in the case of MPW’s […]

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MPW offers solutions, exceeds expectations at power plant

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem During the fall of 2012, a major coal-fired power-generating plant was tasked to find a new vendor to perform a boiler wash, precipitator wash, SCR vacuuming, cyclone wash, ID/FD fan wash and air-pre heater wash and vacuuming. During the course of the bid process MPW Industrial Services exceeded expectations in […]

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MPW hydroblasting superior to chemical cleanings at Florida sugar plant

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem A Florida sugar manufacturing plant was using chemical cleaning processes on evaporator tubes. Over the course of a season the residue left after each clean accumulated to the point that heat transfer was problematic during the months of January and February when the mill and cane supply operations were optimized. […]

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MPW’s automated lance improves safety and efficiency of boiler cleaning

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem An energy-from-waste plant in the Midwest faced the challenge of hiring an industrial cleaning partner that could improve the safety and efficiency of boiler-cleaning processes during outages. Previous contractors encountered malfunctions and failures with their pumps in previous attempts to clean the boiler. This led to delays that interrupted other […]

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Emphasis on safety leads to development of MPW’s RB X-40

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem An Ohio coal-fired power plant faced safety and efficiency concerns when cleaning fly ash from duct work.The ducts, which are 12 feet wide and 12 to 14 feet high, present all the safety and productivity challenges of confined space work. The fly ash buildup ranged from 2 feet to 8 […]

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Six steps to increasing efficiency

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper According to recent reports,* just one forced outage can cost a power plant up to $1M dollars in lost generation and increased maintenance costs. So, it’s not surprising that many plant managers view downtime as the single most influential factor affecting their bottom line. Though despite this realization, time and time […]

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