Houston, Texas (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
The leader in hydroblasting automation innovations has recently launched a new website. While the new site covers their full service offerings, special focus is on their history of safety and automation innovations for the refining, petrochemical, fossil fuel and other energy sector industries.
Driving research and development, HydroChem’s Ohio based Corporate Technology Center is dedicated to designing and building equipment to address specific industry needs. For several years, HydroChem’s proprietary equipment has provided for high speed automated hydroblasting solutions that reduce operator errors, enhance quality, and improve operator safety and comfort. By focusing on operator safety and equipment automation, HydroChem believes they can create another industry first… the elimination of the hot and uncomfortable slicker suit that is required personal protection when working close to hydroblasting equipment. Through automation, HydroChem hopes to reach a goal where all hydroblasting equipment is operated from outside the barricade, well out of the line of fire.
HydroChem’s new website focuses on case histories that show how automation has eliminated safety hazards, increased productivity and reduced what customers spend. For more information, visitors can click on the Talk to a Technology Expert link and receive a reply from an experienced technology expert within 24 hours.
“ The HydroChem model of constantly searching for new ways to improve safety through technology while exceeding customer expectations is not a one-time success story. ” says Gregory Rice, their President and Chief Operating Officer of Aquilex HydroChem LLC. The Company has built their own hydroblasting equipment for many years because off-the-shelf equipment either didn’t exist, or was not built well enough to be reliable for critical path service work.
As a leading provider of Turnaround services for vacuum, chemical, and hydroblasting operations, Aquilex HydroChem LLC, has over 30 branches in North America. In business for almost 75 years, they are well known for their industry leading safety record, and have been honored with more AFPM safety awards than any other industrial cleaning company – a direct result of their commitment to the development of safer hydroblasting automation.