Hetsco maintains the highest level of QA/QC welding and fabrication procedures that meet the rigorous requirements of the National Board of Inspection Code (NBIC). Hetsco has been granted the “R” stamp for repair of ASME pressure vessels, the “U” stamp for the authorized fabrication of unfired pressure vessels and the "S" stamp for steam piping fabrication.
Hetsco maintains two shops — one in Greenwood, IN (just south of Indianapolis) and one in Houston, TX.
The Greenwood shop has 51,000 square feet of shop space and 4 overhead cranes with 28’ hook height and 110 ton capacity (2x30 ton, 2x25 ton). The shop sits on 11 acres and is central to shipping throughout the USA. (In April/May 2015 Hetsco's Greenwood Indiana shop will move to a new facility in Franklin Indiana.)
The Houston shop has 32,500 square feet of shop space and two 10-ton overhead cranes and two 5-tons overhead cranes with all of the cranes having 20’ hook height. The shop sits on 12 acres and is convenient to shipping by truck or water across the USA or overseas.
The following list is some of the many areas of fabrication that Hetsco has completed:
"We are very excited to welcome the Hetsco team to the Chart Lifecycle family. They bring a wealth of knowledge and experience that will further bolster our commitment to delivering best-in-class, timely services to our customers.” Sam Thigpen, President – Chart Lifecycle, Inc.
Hetsco is delighted to announce that it has been acquired by Chart Lifecycle, Inc., a subsidiary of Chart Industries, Inc. The combined business will focus on extending equipment lifespan by offering services from installation/start-up, operations/maintenance, training/support, monitoring, process optimization, repair/maintenance and extended warranty. This acquisition supplements Chart’s current offering by bringing a full suite of welding services for industrial gas and gas processing facilities including mission critical repair, specialty maintenance, construction/fabrication and safety services, with a particular focus on brazed aluminium heat exchangers.
To learn more visit www.ChartLifecycle.com