What we do.

We have the experience and expertise to provide innovative and reliable controls solutions for your application.

Industrial Control and Safety Systems

Control Systems

  • Steam generator & fired equipment control panels
  • Process and control strategy review
  • Control system design and re-design

Safety Systems

  • CSA 149.3 / IEC 61511
  • Burner Management System panels
  • Hazard and Operability Study support
  • SIL Assessment support
  • Safety system commissioning and maintenance

Safety and Control System Projects

  • Control system project management
  • Drawings, Specification and Narrative Preparation
  • Factory Acceptance Testing of Control Equipment
  • Control System Construction Supervision
  • Control System Commissioning
  • Control System Tuning
  • Control System Performance Testing
  • Operation, Maintenance, and Engineering Staff Training

Equipment Efficiency & Maintenance

  • Heat balance calculation and efficiency review
  • Steam quality maintenance
  • Valve wear assessment and monitoring
  • Scale accumulation monitoring
  • Industry trends information
  • Static Testing and Combustion Curve Correction
  • Monthly Review and Improvements reporting
Steam Generator Maintenance

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CSA Certification Changes – Are you ready?

All fired equipment is required to be brought to code by January 1, 2020 per CSA. RVSA has streamlined the process of compliance providing:

  • Review and assessment of existing burner management safety system
  • Report of Non-compliance and Required Hardware/Software Updates
  • Engineered design, fabrication, quality control, installation  and commissioning of updated system
  • DCS and burner management system management of change
  • Construction project management
  • Post-commissioning monitoring and reporting
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Training (Theory & Practice)

All training is custom designed for your plant and your equipment. Training can be provided in-house or on-site.

  • Machine Basics – best practice and fundamentals
  • Language of Controls – SAMA and Sequential Function Charts
  • Control Strategy Concepts – The concepts that allow your equipment to ramp from min to max with one setpoint adjustment
  • Sequences – Sustaining the longevity of the equipment with proper start-up and shutdown
  • Protection – Alarms and trips
steam generator training