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Grayton Ltd’s core strength is founded in the specialist knowledge of the functionality of rotating plant, from the large Calciners to the small pumps. During the planning stage of annual shutdowns Grayton is involved in providing expertise and support as well as delivering highly skilled tradesmen for complex time critical installs and refurbishments.
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“I would just like to say a big thankyou to all the employees you sent for the nightshifts on Calciners, it was a pleasure to meet & work with them all. No job given to them was an issue and was completed to a high standard and in time.
Also, on K602 there came a time where we had little numbers from Calderys to put over 50 ton of castable into the kiln, and when asked the Graytons lads mucked in and assisted with lifting every bucket that was needed.
I know it is not much – but could you please thank the individuals personally!!”‐ Richard Stanforth – Calciners/Cokers Area planner, Phillips 66 Humber Refinery
“Could I please pass on my sincere thanks to you and all your guys for all the hard work associated with both #1 and #2 Calciner crash downs. To safely carry out the magnitude of work we all took on as a team – especially within #2 Calciner with no safety issues or concerns was exceptional and a great achievement and one we can all be proud of. This doesn’t just happen by chance but through hard work and effort we all put in each and every day and I can’t thank you all enough!
Those involved showed great energy, commitment, passion and the ability to safely adapt to an ever-changing situation in completing all repair work before handing back both units to operations in a safe and timely manner. It was first class and very much appreciated! thank you.”‐ Dave Starkey – Calciner Turnaround Co-ordinator, Phillips 66
“Credit where credit is due!
I appreciate we’re still a long way off fully completing the kiln feed nose ring replacement, but I’d like to pass on my sincere thanks especially to Matty Atkinson who has overseen the installation of the new stainless steel nose ring sections, and also to the rest of the day and nightshift lads for their contribution. They’ve done an excellent job in what is a challenging environment especially in getting the new sections located into the feed end housing and to setting up in place ready for weld out.
To get to where we are this morning is a great achievement and a fantastic job done by ALL well done.”‐ Dave Starkey – Calciner Turnaround Co-ordinator, Phillips 66