TEi Ltd is a leading Engineering Construction Organisation in the United Kingdom specialising in design, supply, repair, maintenance and site installation in the power generation and petrochemical industries.
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Frazer-Nash is a leading systems, engineering and technology company. We help organisations deliver innovative engineering and technology solutions to make lives safe, secure, sustainable, and affordable.
With over 800 employees, we work from a network of eleven UK and four Australian locations. Our people apply their expertise to develop, enhance and protect our clients' critical assets, systems and processes.
Everything we do is focused on providing our clients with the knowledge to make decisions to maximise operational efficiency and profits.
With over 500 consultants and engineers, 30 state-of-the-art laboratories and pilot-plants we provide detailed consultancy and testing/development services covering materials performance, integrity, fitness for service, defect analysis, fracture mechanics, fatigue and stress analysis, FEA & CFD, mechanical testing, stress corrosion cracking, full-scale testing, and failure investigations.
We have worldwide recognized knowledge and expertise on steel and alloys innovation, metallurgical design, production, application and use, particularly in sectors like Steelmaking, Oil & Gas, Energy, Automotive, Space, Defence, Railway and Marine.
From our inception, we have been instrumental in the maintenance and life extension of the majority of the UK’s fossil fuel power generation fleet and have played a significant role in the evolution and maintenance of the country’s growing Biomass and Energy from Waste fleet.
This experience in the power generation sector extended our services into a wide range of industrial sectors including Petro-Chemical, Chemical, Paper, Cement and Food and Beverage.
Our highly skilled workforce which includes welders dual coded to BSEN 15614-1 and ASME IX have delivered projects across the United Kingdom.
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