The range of services provided by DAN-ENGINEERING includes the following:
Process Analysis, which establish the true requirements to meet the client’s production objectives.
Process Comparisons, to describe and compare the various processes that could be used to produce the desired product.
Process Selection, recommending which process should be chosen with the specific requirements of the individual client in mind.
Plant Lay-out. Following process selection, it is important that the selected equipment is installed in accordance with a planned lay-out in which all the relevant factors, such as handling of materials, ventilation requirements etc. have been taken into account. A well-planned lay-out is also essential to co-ordinate other services, such as power and water, and to assess the building requirements necessary to house the equipment.
Equipment Specifications, to define which equipment is necessary and the standards to which it must be constructed.
Bid Selection. We prepare tenders for equipment and installation to our specifications so the client can get offers from a suitable number of contractors thereby ensuring the lowest possible cost, and DAN-ENGINEERING assists in the proper evaluation of bids.
Construction Management. Supervision of complete construction and installation whether few or many contractors work on a site at the same time.
Commissioning. It is our standard practice to supervise the commissioning of metallurgical plants for which we have been responsible in order to ensure the clients’ satisfaction.
Environmental Air Surveys, designed to identify fugitive emissions, inefficiencies in the performance of gas cleaning equipment and the establishment of monitoring to ensure proper control of in-plant conditions and of surrounding areas. We also recommend equipment and if necessary can arrange its supply and installation.
Liquid Effluent Surveys, designed to ensure compliance with the requirements of City or River authorities at all times.
Solid Waste Investigations, designed to establish the true nature of the toxicity hazard presented by slags and other waste.