System design requirements must consider reliability, scalability, and availability to ensure optimal performance and prevent loss of revenue, life-threatening situations, and valuable data. These requirements must be robust and tailored to the specific needs of the system to ensure maximum uptime and protection of resources. Our team of experts can ensure that your system design requirements are tailored to your specific needs, taking into account factors such as scalability, availability, and reliability. We will ensure that your system is optimized to provide maximum uptime and protection of resources, while preventing any loss of revenue, dangerous situations, and data loss.
Verify that the installed components are in compliance with the design documents. Check to ensure the components have the correct rated power, voltage, current, and other relevant characteristics. Test the components to ensure proper operation. Inspect the wiring for accuracy, proper connections, and ensure that the wiring meets the requirements of the design documents. Verify the control system sequence of operation is consistent with the design intent by running system simulations and tests. Document any discrepancies and recommend changes or modifications as required.
Provides increased assurance that the specified equipment has been installed correctly and has been coordinated to work properly with other facility equipment. System Configuration Verification is a process that verifies the physical components, connections, and settings of an installed system against the requirements stated in the system design documents. It also includes testing of functionality and other performance-related characteristics to ensure that the system is functioning as intended. This process is important for ensuring that the system is safe, reliable, and meets all applicable specifications and regulations.
System optimization is a process to identify and rectify hidden defects in design, installation, equipment, and functional incompatibility issues with specifications or other systems. It helps to ensure that the system is running efficiently and effectively. System optimization is an essential step in order to maximize system performance, reliability, and longevity.
Failure testing using N+1 redundancy helps identify potential system errors that can lead to serious system malfunctions and downtime. Testing begins with individual components, progresses to system level testing and then verifies control programming. Scripts are created using the sequence of operations and design documents and all critical components are tested. This allows for maximum uptime and avoids system malfunctions.
Integrated systems testing is the process of evaluating the performance of facility equipment and systems underload and during emergency conditions. This process involves testing the overall system performance, accuracy of data measurements, system integration, and other related variables that might affect the efficiency and reliability of the system. This type of testing helps to ensure the safety and reliability of the system and can also provide valuable information for optimization and maintenance.