STEVENS Offers Precision Millwright Services for the Setup and Alignment of Industrial Equipment
March 02, 2023 at 17:15
Middleburg Heights, Ohio -
STEVENS Engineers & Constructors, headquartered in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, offers millwright services to businesses needing help with their industrial equipment.
Millwrights are tasked with installing, maintaining, and repairing machinery and equipment in industrial and manufacturing settings. Their extensive responsibilities include assembly, disassembly, moving, installing, and aligning components such as gears, valves, bearings, drives, routine maintenance, repairs, and so much more. Experienced millwrights can be the difference between infrastructure that lasts for decades and faulty machinery that regularly breaks down under even a modicum of stress.
STEVENS uses a range of technologies, including a total robotic station and laser alignment system that allows its millwrights to set precision tolerances within a thousandth of an inch. These tight settings allow for optimal performance, decreased wear and tear on moving parts such as bearings, shafts, motors, and seals, prolonged equipment lifespans, and reduced downtime.
The spokesperson for STEVENS talks about what makes its millwright services one of the best in the industry by saying, “Our clients invest a lot of money into their equipment to help them succeed. They count on their expensive infrastructure to work at maximum efficiency for years to come. To ensure this high productivity and throughput, you need experts to set up, configure, maintain, and repair these machines regularly. You can’t trust inexperienced contractors to have the level of expertise required to handle these tasks. Apart from their technical capability, the millwrights you choose to allow on your site also need to have a high level of integrity to properly follow all recommended procedures without taking shortcuts. At STEVENS, our expert millwright services have the pedigree you need to ensure that your machinery works optimally for decades. Head over to our website to view case studies of how our technicians have helped our clients streamline their production processes, reduce labor costs, and increase output.”
The millwrights at STEVENS work on a variety of machinery, including accumulators, furnaces, compressors, galvanizing furnaces, conveyors, pickle lines, and many other production and processing equipment. The company’s experts can make significant contributions in a wide array of manufacturing and industrial settings, such as factories, manufacturing plants, steel mills, power plants, and pipe mills. STEVENS is also willing to help business owners in other industries, such as construction sites.
STEVENS millwrights are vetted based on their experience, strong analytical skills, and troubleshooting approach. Clients can trust the company’s professionals to take over every part of the process, including setting up a maintenance plan, carrying out the maintenance plan, mechanical repair, precision leveling, aligning and testing equipment, making any adjustments necessary, emergency shutdown events, emergency repair, parts replacement, relocation of the equipment, addition to equipment, and building the foundation for the equipment.
The company’s millwrights have worked with a wide range of popular equipment suppliers, including Danieli, Fives, SMS group, Kusakabe, Primetals, Tenova, and more. STEVENS can also help its clients relocate their process equipment and integrate it into a new production line. For clients moving their entire production to a new location, STEVENS can remove and transport the entire process lines from one facility to another.
On its website, STEVENS shares a case study of how it was able to help a client in Calvert, Alabama, with equipment setting and precision alignment. STEVENS was responsible for setting and anchoring all the equipment on a cold mill that expended 1.2 million man-hours between 2009 and 2011. STEVENS’ millwrights coordinated through extreme congestion, provided heavy rigging of mill stands and achieved precise alignment of critical production lines.
Interested business owners can contact the STEVENS Engineers & Constructors, Inc. headquarters at (440) 234-7888 or fill out a form on its website to get a quote for its services. The company works mainly in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, and Michigan but can also travel to sites beyond these areas for clients upon request.
For more information about STEVENS Engineers & Constructors, contact the company here:
STEVENS Engineers & Constructors
7850 Freeway Circle, Suite 100
Middleburg Hts, OH 44130