As the world leader in sulfuric acid alkylation, we have extensive experience to support your alkylation unit from commissioning and startup through decades of operation. Our technical services are backed by a global network of engineers, operations, and maintenance specialists who stand ready to tackle even the most complex alkylation unit problems.
Maximizing the performance of your alkylation unit is a high priority but challenging in today’s world with a changing workforce, increased workloads, and technology advances. We can help refineries address these challenges with a Technical Services Agreement (TSA).
Developed specifically to provide our customers with a team of technical support professionals, a TSA can assist in improving safety, increasing reliability, and optimizing alkylation unit performance, thereby resulting in enhanced unit profitability.
A dedicated team monitors operating parameters
Regularly scheduled site reviews/visits
Technical specialists conduct troubleshooting
Each TSA is custom tailored for refinery plant needs
Comprehensive training programs
Our highly knowledgeable technical services staff can help you through pre-startup inspections, commissioning, and startup of alkylation units to help you achieve the best possible startup. Startup assistance can be provided for new grassroots alkylation units, existing units, and revamped units. Existing units can benefit greatly from having our experienced startup engineers review and assist during startup.
We have highly experienced mechanical engineers available to assist with your STRATCO® Contactor™ Reactor needs including troubleshooting, inspection services, normal maintenance activities, and training.
Our process engineering experts can provide a variety of engineering studies tailored to each refinery’s needs and goals. These studies (often referred to as TEAM studies) generally include both a review of the alkylation unit design and operating data, as well as onsite reviews and discussions with refinery engineering, operations, and maintenance personnel. These studies can provide recommendations for procedure changes, changes in operational practices, and design or equipment changes with results including improved reliability, increased capacity, decreased corrosion, and reduced acid consumption.