Erection and commissioning refer to the installation and testing of industrial equipment or machinery to ensure that it is operational and meets the required performance standards. This process involves several steps, which are briefly explained below:
Erection refers to the process of installing the equipment or machinery at the designated location. This involves preparing the site, setting up the foundation, assembling the equipment, and connecting it to the necessary utilities such as power, water, and gas.
Inspection and testing:
Once the equipment has been erected, it needs to be inspected and tested to ensure that it is functioning properly. This may involve checking for any defects or malfunctions, performing calibration procedures, and conducting performance tests.
Commissioning involves the final stage of the installation process, where the equipment is put into service. This includes verifying that all safety systems are in place, conducting operational tests, and making any necessary adjustments to ensure that the equipment is operating at peak performance.
It is also important to provide training to the operators and maintenance personnel to ensure that they can operate and maintain the equipment correctly and safely.
At Quaalirich the erection and commissioning process is handled efficiently to ensure that industrial equipment operates efficiently, safely, and reliably. We are best at planning, preparation, and execution to ensure that the equipment meets the necessary performance standards and can be safely operated by personnel.