Unmatched Expertise for Complex Fluid Process Challenges.
Leverage our OEM partnerships, technical service teams, system integration capabilities and advanced manufacturing facilities.
Fast, Knowledgeable, One Stop Shop.
At SCG Process we harness the power of our collective of specialists; people committed to helping our clients become the stewards of their gas and fluid process performance – from flange to flange.
Our unique combination of capabilities provides complete life-cycle support for process equipment and results in value-added solutions to solve tough process challenges. From capital projects to asset optimization, de-bottlenecking and quality rebuilds that ensure safe and efficient infrastructure operation.
Engineered chemical-feed and process control systems
Measurement, disinfection and filtration solutions
Extensive catalogue of drawings and casting patterns
Exotic metallurgical and parts manufacturing expertise
Support for treatment, instrumentation, control and chemical-feed systems
Commissioning, calibration and trouble-shooting services
Simplified installation and light weight
Industry’s only in-situ flushing feature
At SCG Process we listen to our clients and actively innovate to introduce new offerings that simplify operations, extend asset life and reduce costs. Talk to us about how we can help you become the steward of your plant’s process performance.
Municipal and First Nations
Drawings Developed for Cast and
Turned Pump Parts
Equipment parts manufactured and
repaired to extend asset life
Field Data Points Collected for Water
and Wastewater Flow projects in 2020
Blog Post: Soot Blower Maintenance Improves Boiler Efficiency
Soot blowers are used to clean heating surfaces of boilers – they get soot deposits on them as a result of the heating process. Why do they need to be cleaned? The soot deposits reduce the efficiency of the boilers and it is more cost effective to employ a cleaning system than to allow for lower efficiencies. From a safety perspective, soot buildups are at risk of catching fire. Soot blowers come in many shapes and sizes. Some are manually operated, some sit in place and clean a specific area, some are deployed when cleaning is necessary and retracted when they are not. The most common method is for the blower to direct steam at specific tubes or spots within the boiler to knock the soot down and out of the system. The soot is either collected and removed or may be burned and exit the system through the chimney.
The health and safety of our employees is our top priority during these uncertain times. Many of our office employees have transitioned to remote work environments and our manufacturing/assembly facilities have implemented best practices for workplace safety. As an essential business we are committed to maintaining our high level of customer service and meeting our product and system delivery dates to the best of our abilities. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Become The Steward Of Your Plant’s Gas & Fluid Transfer, Treatment & Transport Needs.
SCG Process provides a one-stop shop, end to end solution for your water, wastewater and industrial needs.