Our main activities are the pre-operational chemical cleaning of steam boiler plants and the operational chemical cleaning of watersteam circuits of conventional and nuclear power plants, as well as the steam blowing during commissioning to include the related pipework needed for steam blowing, and design calculations.
Therm Service was founded in the mid-1960s and has been consolidated with the SIS Group since 1985. The main activities of the company are preoperational and operational chemical cleaning of boiler plants, water steam circuits of power plants and all other industrial plants, as well as low-noise steam blow.
A supplementary service is oil removal from cooling water systems without shutdown of the plant. We handle the planning and engineering of all our services, we supply all temporary material and equipment needed and we supervise and execute cleaning processes.
Cost-effective chemical cleaning of boiler plants and water steam circuits of power plants
We realise total-service management at the highest level, and our chemical cleaning services are customer-oriented and cost-effective according to international standards. It is our policy to create and maintain safe and healthy solutions that impact on the environment as little as possible. We therefore invest in research and we are part of several committees and councils on a European level. Our goal is to improve continually.
For international projects we cooperate with partners in Argentina, the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Singapore, India and China.
Certificates to perform boiler and power plant chemical cleaning and low-noise steam blow
Therm Service has permission to work on external systems and facilities in accordance with §20 of the Ionised Rays Protection Ordinance (StrlSchV) as amended on 30 June 1989 (BGB1 I S. 1321), last amended by order on 3 April 1990 (BGB1 I S. 607) in conjunction with §17 Atom Act owing to promulgation on 15 July 1985 (BGB1 I S. 1565), changed by Article 9 of the Act of 18 February 1986 (BGB1 I S. 265).
VDE terms according to VDI guidelines
Therm Service adheres to official and technical regulations, for example VDI, VDE, TÜV, VDEW, the commercial inspectorate, the VGB, the Employer’s Liability Insurance Association, the TRD, the Pressure Vessel Code, the SE Material Specifications and the SE Material Container Guidelines, as well as the "generally recognised codes of practice".
Oil removal from cooling water systems
Therm Service registered the European Patent No. 0836879, ‘Method and device for oil removal from cooling water systems’.
Chemical cleaning of a gas and vapour installation
Therm Service registered the European Patent No. 1598629, ‘Method of chemical cleaning of a gas and vapour installation’.