July 2012

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HP Water Management: Avoid failures in water projects: Part 2

Last month, we discussed the need for project engineers to talk to process engineers about the water systems as a capital project takes shape. This month’s column discusses additional ways to bri..

Huchler, L. A., MarTech Systems, Inc.

Last month, we discussed the need for project engineers to talk to process engineers about the water systems as a capital project takes shape. This month’s column discusses additional ways to bridge the communication gap between these two groups. Assess suitability for service Some industrial plants, such as refineries, have stringent engineering guidelines and sourcing for components and materials of construction. In the absence of clear guidance from the customer, the engineering design firm will follow its own internal design guidelines. A major constraint is a cost-competitive procurement process for equipment that selects lower cost materials, lower quality components and, some

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