Boiler Utility Piping web

  • Mechanical Design
  • Process & Instrumentation Development
  • Utility Analysis and Design
  • Equipment Sizing & Specifications
  • Energy & Resource Conservation
  • Industrial Ventilation
  • Stress Analysis

Mechanical Design

Our engineers and designers have experience in multiple industries. We can provide mechanical equipment design, equipment integration, mechanical process design, or other mechanical engineering needs.

Process and Instrumentation Development

Whether it is a new process or upgrade to an existing process, it is important to understand the flow and controls of your product. The Process and Instrumentation Diagram is at the heart of the engineering documents. This document is instrumental in determining the pieces and preliminary sizes of the equipment, providing line sizes, control methods, and more.

Utility Analysis and Design

When a new piece of equipment is purchased, it requires utilities. Do you know if your existing utilities and service lines are adequate? We can help can evaluate your needs and determine the best way to get your utilities to your equipment. We have performed numerous utility audits determining if equipment will require additional needs.

Equipment Bid Specifications

We help to specify and select equipment based on your needs. We can write your bid specifications so you can get the best price and meet your requirements.

Energy and Resource Conservation

We have helped in numerous “Green” solutions. Part of the green movement is in resource reduction, but minimizing utilities is not only green, it also saves you money. We can help in this effort.

Fluid Systems

We have experience in both compressible and incompressible fluids. We have experience ranging from high pressure and temperature liquid piping systems, to compressed gas systems, including fume and dust collection systems.

Stress Analysis

We can perform stress analysis on piping, pressure vessels and other processing equipment. We have experience in the following ASME B31.1, B31.3, Section VIII.