September 15, 2013

Team Industrial Services

Field Heat Treating


Team’s Field Heat Treating services can be precisely applied to components ranging from small, complex fittings to massive pressure vessels. Experienced Team technicians manage the heat-treating flow and temperature requirements onto your hardware and equipment with pinpoint precision.

The Team Advantage
  • Team has heat treated more vessels and pipe welds than any other company in the world
  • Team has completed more high-velocity combustion heating projects than any other heat-treating company in the world
  • Team features state-of-the-art burners for heating – 100°F over ambient to 2,600°F
  • Team uses NIST-traceable recorders and thermocouples
  • Team is the only field heat treating company with in-house engineering
  • Team provides technicians experienced in critical heat-treating applications


  • Welding preheats
  • Post weld heat treatments
  • Hydrogen bake-outs
  • Temporary furnaces
  • Line thawing
  • Coating cures
  • Expansions
  • Space heating
  • Turbine warming systems
  • Equipment sales/rentals
  • Equipment calibration and service


Pressure Piping

  • Preheat and Post Weld Heat Treating (PWHT)


Fab Shops

  • Prefabricated pipe spools


Caustic Service Piping

  • Hydrogen out-gas, preheat and post weld heat treating (PWHT)


Pressure Vessel Repairs

  • Preheat and PWHT per code requirements


Caustic Service Vessels

  • Hydrogen out-gas, preheat and PWHT


Furnace/Convection Heaters

  • Preheat and PWHT on chrome tube repairs



  • Headers
  • Tube repairs


Heat Exchangers

  • Tube sheets
  • U-Bends
  • Vessel walls


Refractory Linings

  • Reactors
  • Furnaces
  • Cat duct work


Protective coatings

  • Installed on vessels and tanks


Line thaws

  • Frozen product in lines or vessels


Heat Treating Engineering Services
Structural Integrity Analysis

  • Tower weight and wind load analysis per ASCE
  • Bullet saddle support per Zick analysis


Custom Equipment Design and Manufacturing

  • Gas combustion furnaces
  • Electric resistance furnaces
  • Multi-zone power and control (PAC) consoles
  • Turbine warming systems


Heat Transfer Analysis

  • Pipe flow heating thermal power requirements
  • Temperature gradient determination
  • Thermal finite element analysis (FEA)
  • Vessel / pipe thawing power requirements
  • Vessel heating thermal power requirements


Engineered Thermal Process Procedures

  • In accordance with ASME / API / AWS / NBIC / AAR codes
  • AutoCAD drawings of thermocouple and heater location
  • Custom procedures per client requirements


Industry Codes
  • ASME BPVC Sections I, III, VIII, and XI
  • ASME B31.1 and B31.3
  • DOT and MIL specifications
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