When things are looked after, you get the best out of them. Spirax Sarco steam system aftercare is here to help get the best out of your equipment and provide you with steam expertise when you need it, 365 days a year.
Steam System Servicing Made Simple.
It's as easy as 1-2-3 to extend the life of your equipment. Frequently serviced and well maintained equipment is key to maximising equipment uptime, maximising production output and minimising carbon output. With tailor made service plans designed around your site and goals, our dedicated engineers are here to help take care of what matters.
When you take care of things they last.
A maintenance servicing plan is a simple and affordable way to manage the cost of servicing your steam system equipment. At Spirax Sarco we know that annual servicing can be expensive, which is why our servicing plans are designed to help you avoid any large payments that can be difficult to finance.
With a pay monthly servicing plan, your servicing bills are spread across monthly instalments. All payments are interest free and the cost of servicing is fixed for the duration of the plan, meaning you'll know exactly what you'll have to pay and when with no lump sum payments to worry about.
A servicing plan consists of a schedule of services that are arranged in line with the recommended service requirements for your steam system. Servicing is scheduled every 12 months for the length of your plan, with all servicing completed by a quality-assured technician.
Steam system maintenance contract cuts Daniel Thwaites Brewery carbon footprint.
The Beatson Institute for Cancer Research is a biological research facility that conducts studies into the basic biology of cancer. Discover how a Spirax Sarco Service Contract has steamlined steam system maintenance and mitigated risk of downtime.
The upgrade to Spirax Sarco’s EasiHeat™ steam-to-hot-water solutions and Reverse Osmosis (RO) system in ten plant rooms helped this acute hospital reduce energy and maintenance costs.
For plant managers, two things in life are certain: manufacturing uses a lot of energy; and that energy costs money. In fact, a survey by The Daily Telegraph and YouGov revealed that 28 per cent of manufacturing companies spend more than £250,000 a year on energy . That’s enough to make anyone’s eyes water.
With ever-increasing energy bills and ambitious emissions targets occupying your mind, it can be hard to find the time to unlock the full potential of your steam system.
Being held responsible for a facility where vital cancer research is conducted is no mean task for any facilities team. So having confidence that all specialist mechanical services are working at their optimum level is paramount. By streamlining maintenance of its steam systems, the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research has mitigated outstanding risk and freed up in-house resource to focus on what they do best.