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How you can precommission process plants systematically

04.01.2011  |  Ramnath, V. ,  Engineers India Ltd., New Delhi, India

Follow these guidelines for the best logical sequence for startup preparations

Keywords: [precommissioning] [engineering and design]

Leading to engineering completion, operating personnel need to convey to the project/construction team which sections of the unit/plant are to be handed over chronologically so that the entire procedure is smooth. This information is conveyed by dividing the unit/plant into sections called systems. Each operating facility and associated units are divided into logical process and/or piping equipment systems. Normally, the precommissioning and commissioning of units in the chemical process industry are carried out on a system-by-system basis.

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