The new addition means Phoenix are able to offer a complete package of leak detection, sealing solutions and joint integrity, as well as allowing expansion into new markets and territories.
Joint Integrity Management is the total package of services that provides the best possible chance for a plant to achieve a leak free start-up after a period of maintenance. Zulu programs address the issues associated with joint failure, managing every stage from engineering analysis of the joint through all the necessary work to closure and bolting, all with full documentation. In addition, Zulu offer training in line with global industry guidelines and legislation including BSEN1591-4:2013, ECITB MJI10/MJI11, ASME PCC-1:2013 and Energy Institute Guidelines. The focus is on ensure a safe and timely leak free start-up of process plant – particularly UK COMAH assets, but increasingly worldwide.
Zulu Joint Integrity was originally founded in 2009 by Christopher Mellows. The business is located at its headquarters in Bridgend, South Wales and has global operational capabilities within the oil & gas, petrochemical, steel, process and power generation industries.