Strategies During Power Plant Shutdowns, Turnarounds and Outages

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Shutdowns, Turnovers, Outages
Shutdowns, Turnarounds, Outages

Traditionally, operational shutdowns, turnarounds, and outages (STOs) are expensive maintenance and engineering events.  Typically, this is a tremendous, routine task held by many organizations such as power plants, manufacturing plants, chemical plants, paper-mills, and more. STOs can have significant impact on business capital and operating budgets. The down time can impact profit margins and future business decisions.

One definitive method to minimize cost of a STO would be to allow Industrial Surplus World to purchase all of your used equipment and spare parts.  Old circuit breakers, transformers, electrical wire, scrap metal, equipment, and machines can be sold for cash, generating immediately revenue for your company during a STO.

By generating cash during a STO, it can significantly offset the cost of the maintenance or shutdown.  In today’s fast-paced business environment, STOs can be a challenge to fund and capitalize. Contact Industrial Surplus World and allow us to help minimize the expensive of a shutdown, turnaround, and outage.

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