Serba Dinamik can improve process efficiency, reduce maintenance costs and energy consumption, as well as dramatically extend equipment life. Maintenance services can be performed on routine, preventive, predictive, scheduled, and unscheduled actions are aimed to prevent equipment failure or decline. Serba Dinamik encourages close working relationships and formal alliances with its clients to actively encourage the sharing of management systems, operational techniques, resources and technologies.
Serba Dinamik offers the best solution in the operation and maintenance of all types of installations; Thermal Power Plants, Cogeneration Plants, Water Treatment Facilities, Industrial Installations, LNG Plants (regasification and liquefaction), Waste Treatment Facilities, Wind Parks, Hydroelectric Plants, Combined Cycles and Diesel Plants. Serba Dinamik in collaboration with our technical partners offer a wide range of services, from consulting to the provision of full operation & maintenance.
Rotating equipment is used in many different industries, including O&G (upstream and downstream), power generation, mining, agriculture, manufacturing, transportation and construction. Rotating equipment is also used in commercial applications, including for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, escalators, elevators and travellators and back-up power generators.
We are a MRO specialist for various types of rotating equipment, including gas and steam turbines, engines, motors, generators, pumps, compressors and industrial fans. Our MRO services are currently focused on rotating equipment used in the energy industry, including O&G production and refineries and power plants.
Rotating equipment is a general classification of machinery and equipment designed to generate reciprocating or circular motion, which is then used to move or agitate materials. Rotating equipment works through a system of drivers (machinery that uses an external energy source like fuel or electricity to provide the source of power to do work, for example turbines, engines or motors), driven components (equipment that uses the power source to do specific work, for example generators, pumps or compressors), transmission devices (equipment or components involved in the transfer of motion or energy from one machinery/equipment to the next, for example gears, clutches and couplings), and ancillary equipment and systems (for example inlet air system and filter, fuel system, exhaust duct and piping system).
Static equipment refers to objects that are part of a processing or manufacturing process that do not have any mechanical or moving parts. We carry out IRM for various types of static equipment namely boilers, unfired pressure vessels, heat exchangers, columns, reactors and separators.
Both boilers and unfired pressure vessels are commonly used in process based industrial plants. Boilers are large pressure vessels that contain water or other liquids that are heated up to produce steam or for other purposes. Our IRM of boilers are specifically for steam boilers. Pressure vessels are large containers designed to hold materials, commonly liquids or gasses under high pressure. As boilers are a special type of pressure vessels, sometimes boilers are referred to as fired pressure vessels, while pressure vessels that are not subjected to external heat are referred to as unfired pressure vessels.
Heat exchangers are devices used to efficiently transfer heat from one medium (for example liquid or gas) to another without coming into direct contact with each other.
Structures are other objects that are not directly involved in the processing function, but are part of the overall plant facilities. Some examples of static structures include piping systems, pipe racks and truss, storage tanks, skids and scaffoldings.