Bakker Sliedrecht inspects and maintains low voltage switchgear of Shin-Etsu during a four-yearly planned maintenance for their plant in the Botlek business park.
Shin-Etsu, the world’s largest PVC manufacturer is organizing a four-yearly planned maintenance stop for their plant in the Botlek business park. During this planned stop, Bakker Sliedrecht is going to inspect and maintain the low voltage switchgear to ensure reliability and availability of the systems.
During the planned maintenance stop, Bakker Sliedrecht will perform several inspections, such as NEN 50110-1 (NEN 3140) inspections, micro ohm measurements on rail systems, and circuit breaker inspections.
While performing the inspections, Bakker Sliedrecht’s engineers are reporting their findings to the technical staff of Shin-Etsu daily. In this way Shin-Etsu, can request and prioritize minor repairs that can be executed by Bakker Sliedrecht during the planned stop, offering them the opportunity to fully utilize this maintenance stop.
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