Extensive expertise and monitoring adapted to your facility
The way your thermal power plant is to be monitored is determined using the classification notice issued by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec. It is based on the type of installation you have and its capacity.
JR2 Services perfectly understands the legislation and regulations that govern your industry. We are therefore in an ideal position to monitor your facilities, regardless of the type, based on the level of intervention you need.
Keeping an eye on your equipment every day, 365 days a year!
By law all thermal plant managers are required to verify their plant equipment every day. JR2 Services is able to deploy one of its certified stationary enginemen to perform the required verifications and record the following information in the master register:
Identification of the installation
Location, date and time of the visit
Readings of measuring instruments installed on the systems and apparatus
Description of abnormal conditions and corrective measures undertaken
Countersignature of the chief stationary engineman, the owner or his representative, at least once a week
JR2 Services exceeds established standards
There is of course the compliance with legislation and regulations, but beyond your legal obligations, there is the performance and the durability of your equipment. JR2 Services offers even more. During their systematic inspections, our stationary enginemen also perform:
A visual and sound inspection of your equipment in order to prevent breakage
Water analysis and treatment
Twice a year:
We verify the safety components based on an established schedule
The JR2 Services advantage:
The most comprehensive customized service report in the industry
A digital secure copy of the service report
Expert advices to optimize the performance of your installations
Uninterrupted operations thanks to a sustained presence
Does your equipment need continuous supervision?
Continuous supervision must be carried out by a stationary engineman qualified for your installation class. He must be present at all times in the engine room or the control room unless he is replaced by an other stationary engineman who holds a similar or superior certificate.
To operate the equipement in any ways, a person needs to own a class certificate no lower than one degree under the class required to supervise the installation as a chief stationary engineman.
We are able to assign a team of stationary enginemen supervised by a head engineman who will manage the plant. The team’s tasks include:
Ensuring the proper functioning of the thermal power plant and its mechanical and electromechanical systems
Supervising and inspecting equipments to ensure optimal operations and detecting defects before breakage occurs
Maintaining facilities and ensuring compliance with standards and regulations
Planning and coordinating of work
Collaborating to the development of a preventive maintenance program
Maintaining and optimizing the plant while respecting your budget
The JR2 Services advantage
Collaboration with other professionals who have a proven skill set
A pool of trained, qualified and competent employees with the necessary qualifications to ensure the continuation of operations