A leader in the field of specialty construction involving masonry structures and linings. Our corrosion resistant linings protect a wide range of substrates, in corrosive processes ranging from atmospheric to elevated temperature/pressure. The range of capabilities we have are focused in main industries.
The early history of Stebbins focused mainly on pulp and paper mill corrosion issues. Our unique capabilities are widely used world-wide in new, retrofit, and maintenance of pulp and paper manufacturing facilities. We provide reliability and operational continuity through our asset integrity programs in maintenance or greenfield projects, and as a strategic partner throughout the lifetime of the equipment or assets we service.
Stebbins has provided design and installation of lining systems and vessel construction for a variety of processes. Many processes involve elevated pressure/temperature at extremely corrosive conditions. A wide range of precious/base metal and mineral refiners use Stebbins engineered solutions to prevent corrosion in their critical process equipment.
Similar to the metal/mineral refinery industry, Stebbins provides masonry and membrane lining system and vessel construction. In the chemical/petrochemical industry the processes span the pH range of conditions making lining designs especially challenging. Due to our reliability, Stebbins enjoys relationships with many of the world's largest engineering and manufacturing companies.
From the 1970s, when FGD became a large scale industry process, Stebbins has been at the forefront of this field to provide corrosion resistant lining systems and structures. We have FGD units in service that are over 30 years old. We have also developed proven methods to retrofit failing metal and alloy tanks in a quick and reliable way. Due to our extreme reliability, we have also built the Absorbers of the world's first full-scale CCS facility.
Our wholly owned subsidiary Bigelow-Liptak specializes in engineered chemical process applications and high temperature processes. For more information Bigelow-Liptak.