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KLM Technology Group is an industry leader for engineering documentation in Unit Operation Design, Sizing, and Troubleshooting. We have assisted small, medium and Fortune 500 Companies in their critical information for well informed decisions.
KLM Technology Group has developed Engineering Design Guidelines, excel spreadsheets, and software to assist engineers, operations and maintenance personnel in designing many of the equipment types in plant unit operations.
The industry design guidelines are typically a collection of multiple industry references which needs to be reviewed by an operations personnel or design engineer when designing or specifying a piece of equipment such as a control valve, relief valve or heat exchanger.
The references at times can almost seem to contradicted each other. There is a vast amount of engineering hours spent each year in reviewing these industry references and very often no good recommendation is developed from the reference review.
To help simplify this process, we have reviewed the industry references and have developed guidelines for engineers to do Preliminary Designs and Process Specification Sheets. The final design must always be guaranteed for the service selected by the manufacturing vendor, but these guidelines will greatly reduce the amount of up front engineering hours that are required to develop the final design. The guidelines are a training tool for young engineers or a resource for engineers with experience.
There are some very low cost guidelines and programs, sometimes even free, provided by the equipment vendors. Let the buyer beware, many times these guidelines and programs tend to pick their brand as the best choice - good for the vendor, maybe not so good for the buyer.
Engineering Design Guidelines Products
1. Written Guideline of Design Basis
A. Introduction - an introduction which has an overview of each application - 2 to 6 pages.
B. Definitions - a list of definitions used in the industry and these guidelines - 1 to 2 pages.
C. Theory - the engineering fundamentals and principals that are used to design the particular piece of equipment - these are all developed from first principles - 5 to 20 pages.
D. Application - how the engineering fundamentals and principals are applied in the field, with an example of the design of the equipment - 5 to 20 pages.
E. Process Specification Sheet - for the designed equipment example a typical process data sheet is derived - 1 to 2 pages.
2. Excel Based Spreadsheet based on Written Guideline Content
The Excel Spread Sheets are based on the written guideline contents. They also include the designed equipment examples in the written content. There is one spread sheet with multiple work sheets tabs for the examples.
3. Application Program Based on Written Guideline Content
We are developing Application Programs based on the Written Guideline Content.
The introduction to each Engineering Design Guideline can be reviewed on the link below. Please contact us for ordering information and availability.
One Engineering Design Guideline - USD $499.95
Five or more Engineering Design Guidelines - USD $2249.95 (10% Discount)
One Engineering Design and Sizing Software - USD $299.9
Current Engineering Design Guidelines
Piping Hydraulics Line Sizing Excel Spread Sheet
Piping Hydraulics Line Sizing
Equipment Data Sheet
Piping Hydraulics Line Sizing Program
Piping Two Phase Hydraulics Line Sizing Excel Spread Sheet
Piping Two Phase Hydraulics Line
Sizing Equipment Data Sheet
Piping Two Phase Hydraulics Line Sizing Program
Compressor Design Sizing Excel Spreadsheet
Separation Vessel Design Sizing Excel Spreadsheet
Cooling Tower Design Sizing Spreadsheet
System Applications Groups
51. Engineering Design Guidelines for Crystallization Systems
Manufacturing Unit Group
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78. Engineering Design Guidelines for BTX Extraction Units
80. Engineering Design Guidelines for 1-Butene Units