Cutting-Edge Capabilities to Meet New Industry Challenges
The revolution in oil and gas exploration has fueled the demand to move product efficiently from the wellhead to the pipeline to the downstream processes that fuel and power homes, businesses, industries, and economies.
TERI indirect fired natural draft and forced draft water-bath heaters and glycol dehydration systems play a vital role in every aspect of this revolution – from natural gas compressor stations throughout the Midwest, to coal-fired power plants in Texas and beyond.
To meet the ever-growing demand for our equipment, TERI systems are custom-designed from our 21-acre campus in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, just a few minutes west of Tulsa. Here, we operate a 50,000 square foot manufacturing and fabrication facility that houses the latest process capabilities with cutting-edge technologies and hand-picked craftsmen to produce the most reliable fired equipment available.
Take a moment to review our capabilities, then contact us to learn why TERI vertical and horizontal heaters and glycol dehydrators are the preferred choice for upstream, midstream, and downstream applications.
- First Step Process
- Plate rolling (8' x ¼")
- Burn table
- Sand blasting and painting
- Custom Structural Fabrication – Code and Non-code
- Welders certified per ASME code, section IX for stainless and carbon steel
- GTAW, SMAW, SAW, FCAW, GMAW
- Mechanical, electrical
- Skid-mounted control units
- Other Equipment and Services
- Overhead cranes to 23 ft.
- 30-ton crane capacity
- Hydraulic tube bender
- Iron worker
- 54" VTL and 15" engine lathe
- Vertical hole wizard drill: 12" thick at 3' 1" with an arm stroke of 42"
Equipment and Capabilities
- Two Band Saws for Carbon and Stainless
- 1 horizontal band saw 14" x 20" with automatic feed
- 1 band saw that can cut 12" thick carbon or stainless
- 175-ton capacity
- 12' maximum width at 1/4" thickness
- 6' at 1/2"
- Plate Rolling – Dedicated set of rolls to prevent carbon contamination
- Stainless Steel
- 6" ID minimum and 136" ID maximum
- 10' maximum width of plate and 3/8" maximum thickness at 14 gauge minimum
- 4' maximum width, 1/2" maximum thickness and 10' maximum length at 14 gauge minimum
- Carbon Steel
- 14" ID minimum and 136" ID maximum
- 8' maximum width of plate and 1/4" minimum thickness
- 10' maximum length at 1/2" thick
- Burn Tables – Dedicated steel burn table to prevent carbon contamination
- Computerized CNC ESAB programmable burn table, pierce 1", edge cut 2"
- Stainless: Plate burning up to 3/4" maximum thickness, 40' length by 10' width
- Carbon steel: Plate burning up to 1" maximum thickness, 40' length by 10' width
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