Engineering, Design & Installation
Before you determine a solution, you have to define the situation. Our experienced team of W.M. Sprinkman engineers pride themselves on doing just that. No two customers or situations are confined to the same parameters. From aggressive timelines or budget constraints to the need to integrate new equipment with an existing set-up, we will develop the most practical solution to your sanitary system and work with your management team or contractors to make it a reality. We have decades of experience in delivering a wide range of systems, including tank designs, skid layouts, P&ID flow schematics and complete floor plans.
Designing and manufacturing stainless steel processing equipment is not the entire equation. It must be installed correctly to make your system hum. Our team of TIG and MIG certified welders can build any system from the ground up, on-site and in accordance with FDA regulatory requirements, health department mandates or industry-specific best practices. Equipment can also be built as a skidded system. Delivered pre-assembled on tubular steel frames, skidded equipment can be quickly installed and integrated into your existing system. This compact solution also makes future floor plan reconfigurations a breeze.
To make your new equipment truly part of your processing system, sometimes added touches are needed. The W.M. Sprinkman team of fabricators can also manufacture and install the supporting components needed to complete any system’s infrastructure and make the transition to production by providing:
- Integrated and advanced automation and controls
- Installing process piping, pumps and valve clusters
- Hanging support
- Platforms, catwalks, stairs and handrails, all to regulatory standards
- Schematics and documentation to fully understand the functional relationship of the system components
- Proper identification and labeling of all inputs, outputs and interfaces
Hands On from Start to Finish
W.M. Sprinkman is available to assist you every step of the way. The engineer responsible for your schematics will continue to manage your project from the initial design phase until your new quality processing equipment is installed and satisfactorily up and running.