June 2012

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HP Water Management: Avoid failures in water projects: Part 1

Your company is planning an expansion—building a new process unit or constructing an entire new plant. Regardless of the scope, the facility staff will specify project requirements, complete the ..

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

Your company is planning an expansion—building a new process unit or constructing an entire new plant. Regardless of the scope, the facility staff will specify project requirements, complete the process design, and, ultimately, operate and maintain the equipment. As the project takes shape, project engineers will talk with process engineers about the facility’s water systems. But project engineers and process engineers have different responsibilities, and sometimes they don’t speak the same language. Bridging the gap Here are some ways to bridge the gap between these two groups: Define the design basis. In water treatment, the design basis describes the range of sustain

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