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    • (Svenska) Swede Heat AB går för ISO 9001

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    • The troops return after Turnaround in Lysekil

      Swede Heat AB had during six weeks a 20 man strong team in place in Lysekil for the REV-13 turnaround. They had the responsibility of conducting and documenting the utmost majority of heat treatment that was needed during this year’s shut down. The 11th down the line for the plant and counted as one of the most extensive turnarounds in Europe, with around 2500 entrepreneurs from 40 or so companies together with a 450 employees from Preem. The Heat Treatment was an around the clock operation with 12-14 people on days and 6-8 on nightshift. Swede Heat AB had 40 machines in place, 1000 heaters and just about 10 miles of cables that could control 200 zones simultaneously. For the larger projects 2 1,2MW Gas burners were used. Worth to note here is that during this time, an extensive 4 week maintenance job was being done 4 hours east of Lysekil, and a 2 week long job in Denmark that kept in total 6 others occupied. Not counting normal day to day jobs scattered around Scandinavia…

    • Swede Heat AB is going to Dubai!

      Swede Heat AB is flying to Dubai in the beginning of the new year to be a part of the Arabia Essen Welding & Cutting exhibition that’s held between the 7’th and the 10’th of January.

    • New offices!

       

    • Back from Australia!

      Swede Heat AB Got back from Australia during the first week of July. After a couple of intense days behind the school bench, they got the required paperwork and permits to start the 4 week long project in New South Wales.

    • Next stop, Australia!

      Swede heat AB will be travelling to the other side of the globe to help out with a heat treatment in Dora Creek NSW, about an hours drive outside of Sydney AUS. The flight leaves on Friday the 1’st of June and we expect to be ready to start our 3-4 week project on the following Monday.

    • New site

      Swedeheat has a brand new site!