IGS is recognized worldwide for its expertise to solve metal wastage issues in mission-critical industrial equipment. Our cladding solutions protect equipment that is subject to an environment causing erosion, corrosion, hydrogen sulfide cracking, stress corrosion cracking, or other material degradation resulting from temperature, pressure, media, or feedstock chemistry.
IGS offers industry-specific solutions to many of the environments causing critical internal surfaces of equipment to degrade and fail in refinery and petrochemical plants, offshore rigs & platforms, pulp and paper mills, and fossil, biomass, and waste to energy power generation facilities.
Integrated Global Services, Inc. is the pioneer in the use of Thermal Spray claddings in O&G process assets. IGS has completed tens of thousands of square meters of onsite internal vessel application in critical O&G process equipment over the past two decades.
With over 30 years of experience applying power boiler cladding around the world, IGS has developed innovative solutions to extend the life of the existing CFB, BFB, Grate and PC-Fired boilers and to provide reliable, long-term pressure part protection with significant cost and time savings to our customers. A combination of proprietary alloys and unique application technology allows us to provide both erosion and corrosion solutions to components within the power boilers.
IGS has over forty years of experience in the Pulp & Paper Industry. Over the past 40 years, we have provided our HVTS Cladding Services and Technologies to many of the leading kraft mills around the globe. Our team of full-time experienced project managers, superintendents, foremen, safety managers, and HVTS technicians ensure that we are always ready to deliver high-quality on-site high velocity thermal spray cladding applications.
We help chemical plants around the world to ensure the integrity of their columns and tanks, increase the availability of their vessels, fired heaters and boilers, as well as to increase efficiency and cut emissions of their fired heaters.
Mineral processing facilities refining and smelting copper, alumina, ferronickel, platinum and steel experience metal wastage within their mission-critical equipment, including converter furnaces, smelter furnaces, and off-gas ducting.