T BAILEY, INC. fabricated, finish painted, and delivered a 14’-0” Dia. x 57’-0” long ASME Code pressure vessel for Shell’s Anacortes, WA refinery.
T BAILEY, INC. fabricated a new float assembly for Harbor Industries in Sitka Alaska c/o Transpac Marinas. The final float was made up of six each 20′ x 56′ sub-assemblies and four pile hoop float assemblies.
T BAILEY, INC. received the 2009 STI/SPFA Pipe Fabrication Award for the fabrication, finish painting, and delivery of 4 each bifurcations and 900 lf of large diameter steel penstock for the Aberfeldie Redevelopment Project in Cranbrook, BC. The fabricated pieces received a 2 coat epoxy interior coating and the exterior received 1 coat of epoxy and 1 coat of urethane.
Four (4) pile cap frames and interconnecting pipe sections for replacement of the Avon Wharf facility at Tesoro’s Martinez, CA refinery. The largest frame section weighed over 164 Tons (328,000 lbs).
T BAILEY, INC. shop fabricated, finish painted, and delivered a new 65M tall wind tower to Grouse Mountain Resorts in Vancouver, BC in time for the grand opening ceremony to coincide with the 2010 Winter Olympic games.
T BAILEY, INC. shop fabricated, painted, and delivered a total of 19 shop tanks for ENI Petroleum’s Nikaitchuq Project in Alaska. The finished tanks all received 1 coat of exterior epoxy paint and were then heat traced and insulated.
T BAILEY, INC. fabricated, finish painted and delivered 2 each 12’d x 32’l 660 BBL API 650 storage tanks for ConocoPhillips Beluga Gasfield in Alaska. The tanks were finish painted with a 3 coat epoxy interior and a 2 coat epoxy exterior system.
T BAILEY, INC. fabricated and painted 3 each 12′ diameter casings for Sletton Construction on a project for the Montana DOT. The casings were 25′, 41′, and 65′ in length.
T BAILEY, INC. designed, fabricated and externally coated a 14’-0” diameter x 57’ long ASME code light slops degassing drum for Shell Puget Sound Refinery. The pressure vessel was designed and fabricated in accordance with ASME Code Section VII Division 1. After fabrication of the pressure vessel was complete, post-weld heat treatment was performed. Due to the size of the pressure vessel, on site combustion gas train heating method was performed at T BAILEY’s facility in accordance with Shell specifications. This step required a third party to apply fiberglass insulation to the exterior of the vessel where it is then heat treated for the next 24 hours. The exterior coating, completed by our Industrial Coatings Group, consisted of a three coat system; inorganic zinc primer, epoxy mid-coat and polyurethane top-coat.
In addition to fabricating the pressure vessel, T BAILEY, INC. fabricated an access platform with two caged ladders to provide personnel access to the entire length of the vessel. After fabrication, the platform and ladders were dry-fit to the vessel before being sent out for galvanizing.
The schedule for this vessel was aggressive, but our team was able to complete fabrication on time in order the meet the client’s requirements.
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