Engineering Audits
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Understanding your facility is key to ensuring that processes run as safely and efficiently as possible. An engineering audit is an opportunity to get a detailed impartial view of operations and any areas where improvements can be made. Quite often, being close to a process makes it difficult to see where changes might help. We approach all engineering audits in the same way, spending time in a facility to gain a deep understanding of processes and all installed equipment and then applying our many years of regulatory experience to offer suggestions for improvements without risking compliance

Suggestions can be as simple as minor changes to layouts to improve personel or material flows, or major overhauls of air handling systems or control philosophies to enhance operator comfort levels and reduce conditioned air wastage.

Lab efficiency


Audit for efficiency

The key reason for auditing in many cases is to establish how inefficiencies can be minimised. For the past three years we have been working with the Sustainable Energy Association and Sustainable Laboratories Groups of Singapore and the global International Institute of Sustainable Laboratories to promote sustainability and optimised efficiency thoughout our engineered solutions. It is common knowledge that laboratories and cleanrooms perfom badly when it comes to energy efficiency but with some tweaks huge improvements are possible. With simple upgrades and retrofits we have seen reductions in energy usage in high throughput labs of almost 40% with no down time. The same approach and solutions can also be applied to new facilities. In addition to an immediate reduction in operational costs, by running systems optimally service and maintenance requirements can also be reduced. The life span of motors, filters, chillers and dehumidifiers can substantially increase.


Audit for safety

If equipment isn't running within design limits it often results in unsafe conditions. When there is too much or too little air in a laboratory for example, fume cupboards may not provide the correct conditions for safe usage. By optimising system capacities comfort levels can also be improved; lower noise levels and more accurate control of temperature and humidity are all possible. A safe and comfortable team is a happy team.

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