Honeywell Combustion Services
Combustion Safety & Services
Honeywell Combustion Safety & Services (CEC Combustion Safety) offers the most comprehensive portfolio of safety and service offerings. From combustion safety testing and inspections, to break-fix field service, preventative maintenance, training, and remote monitoring solutions, Honeywell is your partner for all your combustion safety and service needs.
Keeping You and Your Equipment Safe
Our comprehensive portfolio of combustion safety and service offerings is designed to make a safe, reliable, and sustainable impact across commercial and industrial applications. With combustion safety testing, inspections, and field services covering preventive and predictive maintenance, energy optimization and transition roadmaps, and training, we can help drive optimal, protected performance.
To meet performance demands while prioritizing your safety, our combustion safety and service solutions can keep your equipment and operations at maximum efficiency.
Safety Testing & Inspections
Honeywell Combustion Safety offers comprehensive, consistent and disciplined third-party combustion system equipment testing and inspection programs globally to improve facility safety and reliability.
The Honeywell Combustion Service team of engineers, factory trained technicians, and support staff are available when and where you need us.
Our team has resolved almost every type of combustion or facility issue you may encounter. Our firm has the unique ability to integrate the best technologies from many manufacturers for our Clients’ ultimate benefit, and around their production schedules.
Honeywell’s expert staff of professional trainers educates thousands of people including managers, operators, skilled trades and risk/insurance personnel throughout the world each year! Online Learning Available in our Combustion University platform.
Remote Monitoring Services
Honeywell offers Remote Monitoring Services to optimize the performance of 1 or 100 thermal assets across your enterprise. Coupling the power of the Thermal IQ 2.0 platform and the thermal systems experts, our teams can remotely monitor your systems in real-time, identify trends, predict failures, prescribe solutions, and, if needed, dispatch service technicians to quickly address any issues ensuring uptime, reliability, efficiency, sustainability, and overall product capacity.
Decarbonization & Energy Transition
- Decarbonization Audits: Determining the right path to carbon reduction starts by establishing a baseline of emissions (BLE) and objective Reduce, Replace, and Recapture opportunities creating an energy transition roadmap to meet your net-zero goals or targets.
- Energy Audits: Now more than ever, it's important to run your equipment at optimum efficiency. Our team of qualified energy experts can help identify and implement energy improvements.
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In many cases, jurisdictional boiler inspectors have their hands tied. They are only supposed to review pressure vessel issues, including air tanks, water tanks, and boilers. Their responsibilities do not include system issues such as the gas piping at the site, the fuel train component settings, control logic, and/or the burner flame pattern.
Also, in many cases, jurisdictional inspectors can only evaluate equipment for its code compliance when it was installed. There’s typically no screening for how far away from the most recent codes the old “grand fathered” technology is. This kind of inspection sometimes means that you could be “technically” in compliance with archaic and antiquated equipment that is 50 or more years old and has little in the way of modern safeties.
During our inspections, however, we screen for code compliance, maintenance and installation issues, operational issues, technological advances that can enhance safety and obsolete/recalled components. Our unique process includes over 30 proprietary checklists for equipment, developed by teams of engineers that have researched codes and manufacturers, as well as field validation.
When we find an issue, it is documented as either a critical, mandatory or awareness issue. Critical issues indicate a serious safety problem and must be corrected immediately. Mandatory items are issues needed to bring your equipment and facility up to code and awareness issues are often best practices that can help improve overall safety. We work closely with our corporate clients to manage all outstanding critical, mandatory and awareness issues with our industry-exclusive reporting tool on our website.
In general, the four codes we are most concerned with are the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) CSD-1, and the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) codes 54, 85 and 86. ASME CSD-1 applies to boilers that have a fuel input rating of less than 12.5 million BTU/hour. This code is applied and enforced in at least 26 states and some major municipalities. It is unique in that it is the only code that actually covers the fire or combustion side of boilers. NFPA 85, Boiler and Combustion Systems Hazards Code, applies to single burner boilers, multiple burner boilers, stokers, and atmospheric fluidized-bed boilers with a fuel input rating of 12.5 million BTU/hr or greater, and to fired or unfired steam generators used to recover heat from combustion turbines. NFPA 86, the Standard for Ovens and Furnaces, addresses the safe operation of Class A, Class B, Class C and Class D ovens, dryers, and furnaces, thermal oxidizers, and any other heated enclosure used for processing of materials and related equipment. NFPA 54, the National Fuel Gas Code, applies to the installation of fuel gas piping systems, fuel gas utilization equipment and related accessories. It is especially focused on natural gas piping systems from the point of the utility’s delivery to the main manual shut off valve on individual pieces of equipment. This table is a summary of these requirements for the most popular codes related to common combustion equipment.
Testing is not optional – it’s the law. ASME CSD-1 boiler combustion component testing is required annually by most states. NFPA 86 also identifies annual testing requirements for gas-fired equipment other than boilers. Most states and municipalities incorporate these guidelines in their legal code requirements. Though, in reality, there is no “code police” to enforce these requirements, if you don’t test and disaster strikes, you could have substantial liability.
Because of the complexity and variety of equipment in this field, there’s no “flat fee” that we charge when working on a project. It often requires a site visit and a good deal of engineering study to develop the work scope for a project. What we can tell you is that we always search for the most cost-effective solutions for all of your combustion needs. When taking into account the increased efficiency of your equipment, and the reduction in costly outages caused by from malfunctioning equipment, we can often demonstrate at least a 2 to 1 payback ratio. Take into account the millions of dollars that a serious fire or explosion might cost you in damaged equipment, fines, lawsuits, as well as the damage sustained to your brand, we are confident that our engineering services more than pay for themselves.
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