At Jaspers Engineering, we have a structured approach for every service, including Piping Engineering. First, we identify our client’s needs. Then, we determine the expected outcomes, when the client will be satisfied, and what the User Requirement Specifications are. Cleaning requirements are established, and a Hygiene Risk Analysis is conducted.
The client provides specifications and process data. We advise whether this is a good choice or if another material would be better. Component selection is finalized during this phase. Next, the routing of pipes is determined in the 3D package (e.g., Plan 3D). This is essential for placing valves and instruments in the most favorable locations. When doing this, we take safety regulations, hygiene requirements, and the production process into consideration.
In collaboration with us, the client confirms whether the results meet their requirements, possibly using available BIM tools (e.g., Navisworks). Finally, we provide various documents, including:
- Isometric drawings;
- Piping plans;
- Optionally, a Material for Takeoff (MTO).
These documents are used for price inquiries and documenting the piping work, including welding, flanges, and instrumentation.