mechanical-sidebarMechanical Engineering Team:

The PRI Mechanical Engineering team has more than 124 years combined experience in detailed mechanical design and pressure calculations for pressure equipment. Their experience includes:

  • 3D Modeling
  • Pressure Vessel Calculations
  • Piping Isometrics
  • Fabrication Detail Drawings
  • P&ID Design
  • Welding Details
  • CNC Programming

Experience & Factory Training Includes:

  • 30 year’s experience in application engineering for process equipment
  • Heat Transfer Fluids
  • Solids Handling
  • Lift Stations
  • Valves & Instrumentation
  • Pumps & Heat Exchangers
  • Machining

 

 


electrical-engineering-sidebarElectrical Engineering Team:

The Electrical Engineering department, also established in 1983, has over 75 years combined experience in electrical design for industrial applications including three-phase power distribution, control circuits, PLC controls, Operator Interface Screens, controls, instrumentation and commissioning.

Electrical Engineering Concept/Design:

  • Work closely with the customer, PRI sales, and mechanical engineering staff to provide a system that meets or exceeds all specifications.
  • Assist in the selection of instrumentation, components and hardware necessary to complete the system design, including control/power components, wiring, conduit, and enclosures.
  • Hands-on site for Factory Acceptance Tests, On-site Commissioning, Site Acceptance Tests, Operator/Maintenance Training, and Building Control System Interface

Design complete electrical control systems:

  • PLC/HMI Programming and Control Circuit/Wiring Detail. Electrical Engineering drawings are included in Operator/Maintenance Manuals.
  • Installation/Customer Interface Details:
  • Show all necessary wiring and hardware required for installation and customer interface points.
  • Wiring Details include panel layout, control wiring, power wiring, PLC I/O layout, and instrumentation details.
  • Structure all programs to easily accommodate field modifications and future process requirements.
  • Programs designed to be fail-safe – any broken wire or invalid sensor input will result in a system shutdown.
  • Thoroughly test all program functions and system alarms before shipping.