At its core, MRC Global is a supply-chain solutions company. They connect the world’s best PVF manufacturers with the world’s best energy and industrial companies. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the company is the largest global distributor of pipe, valve and fittings (PVF) and related products and services to the energy industry, based on sales, and supplies these products and services across each of the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors.
Ensitech, a wholly Australian-owned company established in 2006 is the award-winning developer and manufacturer of the TIG Brush Stainless Steel Weld Cleaning System and the global leader in stainless steel surface finishing. Ensitech produces high-quality products, which change the way users do business by providing a safe, efficient and cost-saving alternative to dangerous and contaminating industrial practices. It does this by combining expertise in electrical engineering, innovation and marketing to bring leading-edge products and concepts to the marketplace in a commercially viable system.
With headquarters and manufacturing facility situated in Western Sydney, Ensitech has achieved rapid growth through its strong track record in innovation, research and product development and responsiveness to the often unique and emerging requirements in multiple markets. Ensitech’s success has seen the TIG Brush brand become synonymous with stainless steel weld cleaning worldwide. Ensitech Inc was established in Chicago IL in 2013 and from both locations, Ensitech continues to supply and export TIG Brush products to customers all over the globe.
As a global leader in consulting engineering services and solutions since 1972, Stress Engineering Services, Inc., is committed to engineering problem solving by providing timely and cost-effective engineering solutions to improve plant and refinery on-stream efficiency, safety, and reliability.
Our expertise in plant integrity assessment and fitness for service stems from years of providing reliable services in acoustic-emission testing of critical components; API 579 assessments; FEA; process engineering; fire-damage assessment; high-temperature assessments and creep testing; plant site turnaround support; materials and corrosion engineering; as well as instrumentation and monitoring.