We provide piece of mind by making safety our #1 priority.
It's not hard to go automated, and we can help.
Safety is what drives our automation innovations. Our commitment to safety is reflected in our industryleading safety metrics. HydroChem has more American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers contractor safety awards than any other industrial cleaning contractor, four years running. We develop confident and comfortable team members that work in a safe environment.
The productivity and efficiency that automation creates is astounding. Our highly-skilled and trained operators can do each job with fewer crew members. Having our employees out of the line of fire means no slicker suit and fewer, less lengthy breaks. Automation effectively turns “heavy” work into “light” work. As a result, cleaning times are reduced dramatically.
With automation, you receive maximum efficiency with consistent cleaning, the first time, and every time. You are provided greater precision, speed and safety. There are no missed tubes, lines, or surfaces. Because of a more thorough cleaning, performance gains alone are enough to generate zero-cost cleaning.
Our engineers, specialty services, and custom tooling designers are all under one roof. Our complete in house support team develops, builds, and maintains your tooling needs.
Our Mobile Command was developed to insure proper use of our tooling and increase efficiency at each and every site. Housed in temporary or long term pods, our implementation team brings our tech shop to you. Our program ensures you receive the same level of value regardless of the hour or day of the week. Each mobile shop is customized for your project and stocked with spare tooling, parts and accessories and is manned by an implementation team specialist.
HydroChem has provided value to its customers with innovative solutions to eliminate risk, improve quality, productivity and efficiency, while eliminating environmental impacts.
From the latest "Safety Wins" newsletter:
Hey Mr. CEO, how did we do in Safety in 2014?” The short answer to that question is that we got off to a rough start in the first half of the year, but finished strong in the second half of the year as our safety culture gained strength.