Design, Build, Commission
Osmoflo's mechanical design draftsmen, with 3D and schematic views
We've drawn on global skills to build our design team which we proudly regard as the most experienced and knowledgeable in Australia. So we are confident that the customer tailored designs that we provide our clients are not only the optimum solution, but they are also the best "fit" in terms of overall site as well as plant management, operations and maintenance and through-life cost.
Following contract signing, technical concepts are further developed into full detailed design including 3D drawings. Our technical team also has input into this process to ensure maximum efficiency within client scope, over the life of the plant.
Our mechanical design draftsmen work closely with our process engineers and client to develop a full parametric model, containing all the equipment required to make the project a reality (the entire bill of materials is incorporated in these drawings).
These drawings have the added advantage of enabling our clients to view the project in detail before and as the plant is being built.
Fabrication at our 5,000m2 facility
All plant fabrication is undertaken at our Burton facility in South Australia, which is the largest dedicated desalination fabrication facility in the southern hemisphere. As much fabrication and testing as possible is completed at Burton to minimise build time on site. This philosophy allows for close communication with our design team during the build phase.
Osmoflo selects suppliers who can deliver quality, reliability and at the same time give us access to the latest technologies and best of breed equipment.
Clients at factory acceptance check
Most Osmoflo plants are fabricated at Burton, prior to on-site installation. Our commissioning regimes alow for a lot of formal commissioning to be completed before any equipment leaves the premises.
This includes thorough and full wet-testing which is carried out with the aide of a commissioning water pump set and a 250kL rainwater tank. Such practices ensure that on-site commissioning is minimised and site acceptance testing can focus on fine tuning to meet local conditions.