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RHS services available in Kuwait.

Rapid Heat Systems' (RHS RHS Royal Horticultural Society
RHS Right Hand Side
RHS Rural Housing Service
RHS Rickards High School (Tallahassee, FL)
RHS Red Hat Society
RHS Ridgewood High School (New Jersey) 
) heat treatment services using the induction process are now available in Kuwait following a successful launch. "Engineering Contracting Kuwait's (ECK) heat treatment division launched the services under the supervision of Pan Gulf Technical Services' (PGTS PGTS Precision Gunnery Training System ) professional and experienced staff," a statement said. PGTS is a branch of Pan Gulf Welding Solutions, a division of Saudi-based Pan Gulf Holding. UK-based RHS' services will help meet ongoing and upcoming requirements of oil and gas industries in Kuwait, the statement said. ECK will operate as a rental service provider. The patented induction heating induction heating

Method of raising the temperature of an electrically conductive material by subjecting it to an alternating electromagnetic field. Energy in the electric currents induced in the object is dissipated as heat.
 technology from RHS has applications throughout the oil and gas industry, in power plants and in petrochemical and iron and steel facilities for heating requirements up to 815 deg C including PWHT PWHT Post-Weld Heat Treatment
PWHT Public Works, Highway and Transportation (Wisconsin) 
 pre-heat shrink fitting. Induction heating is a non-contact process of heating a metal object by electromagnetic induction electromagnetic induction: see induction.
electromagnetic induction

Induction of an electromotive force in a circuit by varying the magnetic flux linked with the circuit.
. Heat is induced by placing the part in a high-frequency magnetic field which creates eddy currents inside the part, thereby exciting its molecules and generating heat. As heating occurs slightly below the metal surface, no heat is wasted. The system is explained by the analogy of the microwave oven -- the appliance (heater coils) remain cool while the food (metal) cooks within. PGTS has provided full technical, sales and operational support to promote awareness of RHS services and to build the brand in Kuwait. It has also provided ample stocks in Kuwait for handling major upcoming projects and has made available trained and certified RHS technicians, the statement said. ECK managing director Jaber Al Jaber expressed in a message his pleasure at introducing RHS heat treatment services in Kuwait. He said his company would raise awareness of the RHS brand and its services in Kuwait. PGTS general manager Andy Leigh said PGTS was optimistic op·ti·mist  
1. One who usually expects a favorable outcome.

2. A believer in philosophical optimism.

 the Kuwait operations would be another success story following the company's experience in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia (sä`dē ərā`bēə, sou`–, sô–), officially Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, kingdom (2005 est. pop.  and Bahrain. Paul Graham For other persons named Paul Graham, see Paul Graham (disambiguation).

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, RHS managing director, said it was his dream to promote his company's heat treatment services throughout the Gulf with the support of a professional and experienced team based in Saudi Arabia and the UK. He wished the Kuwait operations every success. RHS was introduced in Saudi Arabia two years ago and has since then provided Saudi industries with the most modern heating application.

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Date:Mar 1, 2009
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