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Desalination Plant

About Project

Yara Pilbara Fertilizers is one of the largest ammonia plant in the world at Burrup Peninsula, Dampier, WA6713, Northwest of western Australia. PSS Asia Engineering secured the major maintenance work during the shutdown of the plant in 2008 which was delivered on-time and to budget and successfully completed.

The on-going Maintenance contract with Yara Pilbara (formerly known as BFPL) started in 2005 & renewed for a further period of 5 years in 2008. This work involves regular day to day maintenance of the plant as well as modification works in a brown field environment.

The Performance and professional work of PSS Asia Engineering secured the long term Maintenance Contract from Yara Pilbara (formerly BFPL), which includes, General Mechanical, Electrical Maintenance works, Scaffolding, Coating and insulation works.

The PSS Asia Engineering performed maintenance and repair activity on an Emergency shutdown during April 2008, due to break down for 4 days.

PSS Asia Engineering was awarded with Total Turnaround Management for Yara Pilbara (formerly BFPL), planned Major Shutdown and PSS Asia Engineering completed the shut down during June 2008.

PSS Asia Engineering was has been awarded for managing the emergency shutdown of the Yara Pilbara (formerly BFPL) plant due the major broke down maintenance of the Main air compressor of the Ammonia plant.

Our service includes a range of maintenance related programs that cover planning, scheduling, reliability improvement, cost reduction, condition monitoring, breakdown response and scheduled preventative measures. This multi-disciplinary in-house support is supplemented by strategic alliances with specialised suppliers and contractors to provide integrated solutions to our clients.