At Jaspers Engineering, we have a structured approach for every service, including Mechanical Engineering. This process begins with identifying the client’s needs, determining the expected outcomes, and identifying when the client will be satisfied. Besides, we also determine the User Requirement Specifications. Cleaning requirements and Hygiene Risk Analysis play a significant role in this process. We then create a Process Flow Diagram (PFD) with initial specifications. We also specify the needed materials and components.
The next step involves multidisciplinary discussions, conducted in collaboration with Civil, Electrical Instrumentation, and Technical Department (Ops). The team size depends on the project’s scope. Next, the equipment layout is determined, including machinery, tanks, and valve clusters. Finally, we conduct a Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP Study), a Hygiene Risk Analysis (HRA) , and a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) based on the 3D design.
Once the process is well defined, our job is completed. Unless it is a hybrid collaboration, where we provide on-site support to our client during the execution of the project. We deliver several documents, including:
- – Drawings of installation pipes and brackets, including dimensions (i.e., isometric, 3D, and cross-sectional drawings);
- Bill of materials, material certificates (i.e., 3.1 cert.), and documents of applied construction parts;
- Report on design testing.