Our in-house engineers primarily use AutoCAD to develop all our project drawings. Instrument loop diagrams, panel and equipment arrangement drawings, wiring schematics, installation drawings, one-line diagrams and system layout prints are just a few examples of the thousands of drawings that we've generated over the years.
Our field service engineers have developed hundreds of process control configurations using various DCS software utilities. Every ICSS engineer is trained in and has a vast amount of experience using DOS-based CADEWS, Windows-based CADEWS and Composer.
ICSS provides detailed control panel arrangement drawings as standard with every system we design and fabricate.
Many projects require detailed instrumentation loop diagrams or typical elementary wiring diagrams. We've created thousands of symbols and typical drawings over the years that permit us to quickly and easily generate these project documents.
Cabinet mounting locations and dimensions, instrument mounting stands, wire and cable routing, and equipment location drawings are typical documents ICSS supplies for every turnkey project.
ICSS has developed and executed many safety audit procedures and checklists to properly document a series of safety inspections and tests on fuel handling equipment. The purpose of these audits is to assure the overall design of the combustion safety equipment is up to current standards and each piece of safety-related equipment works according to design. If your plant has any fuel trains, safety interlocking and shutdown equipment or burner management systems contact us today to schedule an appointment to discuss safety.
In many instances our customers have a desire to upgrade obsolete or outdated equipment and because of internal decreased engineering staffs they require outside support for development of specification and/or project scope documents. Our experienced engineering and sales staff have developed countless project specifications based on our years of experience in the combustion and process control world.
When providing intellectual support to a customer, it often is difficult for the customer to actually see the intangible benefits of that service. If required by the customer, our field service engineers submit a detailed service report fully documenting the work provided during a site visit. The reports provide a thorough account of the work performed, thus giving the customer a vivid, tangible portrait of the purchased benefit to his or her company. The reports also provide an excellent reference document for future planning, scheduling or system upgrade purposes.