A multi-national food company required an immediate replacement of a production unit’s baghouse. This was an unforeseen issue that posed a substantial threat to the company’s air discharge permit, production, and profitability. Superior Engineering (S/E) immediately tasked a team of field engineers to perform a 3D scan of the area, collect field data, equipment dimensions and construction clearances necessary to install the replacement baghouse.
Work included revising and approval of P&IDs, preparing general arrangement and detail drawings, and identifying source points for power and air supply. S/E also prepared structural engineering calculations & drawings, ductwork details, single line diagrams and instrumentation termination drawings. S/E created a 3D model and utilized the 3D scan to overlay existing equipment to identify interferences, structural alignments, and maintenance clearances in the baghouse vendor’s proposed designs.
These services, paired with S/E’s timely approach, saved the client construction costs and time delays that would have occurred during this critical outage. Strong field experience, coupled with quick response time, made for a successful project and satisfied client.