Market area conversion from low calorific to high calorific gas

Nozzles to be replaced in the course of the market area conversion from low calorific to high calorific gas

In 2013 ESK entered the field of market area conversion from low calorific to high calorific gas. Besides relevant business components as surveys, adaptations and quality management provided by the experienced Gatter 3 Technik GmbH team, ESK places its primary focus on taking an integrated approach to the entire value chain. We have succeeded in pooling our experience, such as in-depth knowledge of gas application techniques, and our expertise in project management to form the now established technical project management.

In 2013, ESK also decided to implement a workforce management team specifically set up for market area conversion with the objective of further rounding out the product portfolio. Today, we have a team of highly qualified developers who add our practical experience to assist in further development activities. In 2017, we already can look back at the first successfully submitted conversion projects and, together with a team of more than hundred employees, we have set the course for a successful future in this business segment. We offer our customers comprehensive project implementation services which include everything from data and technical project management to the execution of surveys and adaptations while using a fully developed and tested MRU IT-system, deploying efficient product logistics and, if required, carrying out quality assurance on gas installations.

Since 2016 we have also been offering consulting services to industry customers. With our engineering expertise in gas pipeline and process engineering we advise major industry players to help ensure the success of their market area conversion project.

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