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Drawings & Schematics for Current System Installations

Our in house CAD engineers are able to assist in visualising your current plant installations through the creation of site specific P&ID drawings, schematics and marking up of steam services on existing Floor Plans. We are also able to provide 2D models for in house Energeia Technologies fabrications. Our engineers are knowledgeable in steam installations and are able to highlight any areas of concern so they may be further investigated at a later date. By walking the lines our engineers can build up a picture of inefficiencies and incorrect installations. Such drawings can help improve system longevity, highlight Health & Safety Issues, allow valve schedules to be created and maintenance programs drawn up against these. Dimensioned drawings also allow for better spacing allocations prior to construction.



  • P&ID stands for "Piping and Instrumentation Diagram." It is a detailed diagram that illustrates the piping arrangements and instrumentation in a process plant. P&IDs provide a schematic representation of the equipment, piping, valves, control systems, and instrumentation necessary to operate a process. They are used by engineers, operators, and maintenance personnel to understand the process flow, equipment connections, and control strategies within a plant. P&IDs typically include symbols to represent various components and annotations to convey important information about the process. They are essential for designing, operating, and maintaining industrial processes safely and efficiently.

  • A schematic is a type of diagram that represents the elements of a system using abstract, graphic symbols rather than realistic pictures. These drawings are commonly used in engineering to convey complex information in a clear and concise manner. Schematic drawings can represent mechanical systems, fluid flow systems, or process control systems. For example, in a mechanical schematic, symbols might represent components like pumps, valves, and motors, along with pipes, ducts, or conveyors to show how they are connected and how they function together. They serve as valuable tools for designers, engineers, and technicians to communicate ideas, visualize systems, and understand the relationships between components within a system. They provide a simplified representation that helps in the analysis, design, and troubleshooting of complex systems.

  • A floor plan drawing is a diagram that represents the layout of a building or a specific floor of a building from a top-down perspective. It shows the arrangement of rooms, walls, doors, windows, and other architectural features within the space. Floor plan drawings are typically used in architecture, interior design, and real estate to visualize and communicate the spatial organization of a building or property.

  • A 2D CAD drawing is a two-dimensional representation of an object or system created using computer-aided design (CAD) software. In a 2D drawing, objects are represented using lines, arcs, circles, and other geometric shapes, along with text and annotations to convey information about dimensions, materials, and other properties. Engineers use 2D CAD drawings to create detailed plans and technical drawings of mechanical components, machinery, and structures. These drawings provide the necessary information for manufacturing processes such as machining, fabrication, and assembly. These drawings help visualize the design, communicate ideas to clients and contractors, and ensure accuracy in construction.

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