Manufacturing customized turbomachinery is a challenging process. Everything needs to fit and work together. But that is done in a controlled environment – the workshop.
The challenge becomes even greater when the machine is shipped and has arrived at site – with the erection process as a first critical step outside the controlled environment.
Our experienced field service personnel makes sure that your machine is built up on site with the same accuracy and care it has been assembled with. This requires good management, in-depth knowledge and long-time experience.
After machine setup and alignment to feeding pipes and drives, comes the first start-up. Set points and surge lines are not yet set. Typical of a customized set-up, this step will be done during commissioning. In other words: The machine has not yet set up its own protective system, which makes this a critical phase requiring very careful handling.
Our experienced commissioning engineers support you here, setting up your machine to make it fully operational. With their in-depth knowledge of the machine and its controls, they ensure your operation is not only safe, but will also run with the highest performance levels.