Tower Force Times – Vol 12 – Tower Internals Hardware -Thanksgiving!!

Tower Force - Pressure Vessel Specialists

Happy Thanksgiving from Tower Force!!


Here are some Thanksgiving Safety tips!

  • Keep a fire extinguisher handy in the kitchen, and know how to use it.
  • Ensure your smoke alarms are connected and working.
  • Unplug appliances that are small and unnecessary; it’s a smart way to save energy and eliminate potential dangers if something is accidentally turned on.
  • After the party, walk around the home and ensure candles and fireplaces are extinguished, unnecessary appliances are turned off, and no potential hazards (leftovers, sharp/flammable objects) are in reach of your kids or pets.
  • Never leave your food unattended while frying or grilling.
  • Use a timer and routinely check whatever you’re cooking.
  • If frying or deep-frying, keep the fryer outside, away from walls, and free from moisture.
  • Never use a glass casserole or lid on the stove or burner, as it may explode from the heat.
  • Ensure that pot holders and food wrappers are a safe distance— at least 3 feet!—from warmed surfaces (i.e. the stove). Position those handles so that they face inward.
  • Avoid dangling accessories or loose clothes around kitchen fires.
  • Avoid dangling accessories or loose clothes around kitchen fires.
  • If using candles or the fireplace, keep these sources of fire shuttered or isolated, and never leave them unattended.
  • Never douse a grease fire with water, as the fire can thus spread. Turn off the burner, smother the flames with a lid (wearing an oven mitt!), or douse with baking soda or a fire extinguisher if it’s getting out of hand.

Identifying tower internals hardware

Tower three piece ballast unit
Three Piece Ballast Unit
Tower seal plate
Seal Plate
Tower Football washer 316l
Football Washer 316L
Tower Slide fastner 304l
Slide Fastener 304L

 

 

 

 

 

Tower Universal Clamp 316L
Universal Clamp 316L

 

 

Tower nutter bpd valve 316l
Nutter BPD Valve 316L

 

The Tower Force supervisors and crews can install literally tens of thousands of tower internals hardware parts within a year. Knowing which parts go where and what material the parts are can be critical to the function of the vessel’s process. From the shape of the hardware to identifying what the stamped numbers mean on them our guys do it all day every day to make sure the clients do not have to worry about the wrong parts in their vessel.

 

 

 


Tower Force supports the Boy Scouts

Although it was seriously cold for a Texas morning the guys at Tower Force showed up in support of the Boy Scouts Bay Area Council annual golf tournament. This golf tournament is very well attended by those in the refining and petrochemical industry in the Houston- Galveston area. The event raised over $100,000 for the Scouts.

or more information go to: Scouts Honor Golf Tournament

 

 


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