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Blueprint Design

Facility Layout

Our licensed engineers can help you with the initial step of your facility layout and equipment selection. We help you set up the facility, from extraction to crystallization. We will help you not only with the layout, but also help you understand proper room designation and why some equipment needs to be in a C1D1/D2 room versus a non-classified location.

Metal Pipes

Process Piping Peer Review

Any facility that utilizes process piping, needs a process piping peer review that analyzes the safety of the overall equipment and facility. An overall closed system that requires multiple components such as: extraction, evaporation, decarboxylation, distillation and crystallization, can be considered as a process piping system depending on the facility and needs to be analyzed as such. Our engineers have years of experience in analyzing process piping per the proper codes:
IFC/CFC 3904.4 (International Fire Code)
NFPA 1: 38.6.1.5.6.1(National Fire Protection Association)
NFPA 30
NFPA 58
NFPA 55
ASME-BPVC 2018
ASME B31.3
plus jurisdiction specific codes

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Field Verification

A field verification is when a PE (Professional Engineer) travels to the specified facility to inspect a system or systems with accordance to a set standard. The standard is highly dependent on the system setup in accordance with the manufacturer’s requirements, usually provided as an EPR (Engineering Peer Review). 

Field Review is required per:

IFC/CFC 3904.4 (International Fire Code)

NFPA 1: 38.6.1.5.6.1(National Fire Protection Association)

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Facility Inspection Report

A field inspection is when a PE (Professional Engineer) travels to the specified facility to inspect the facility according to a set standard to provide report verifying compliance. 

Facility Inspection is required per:

IFC/CFC 3904.4 (International Fire Code)

NFPA 1: 38.6.1.5.6.1(National Fire Protection Association)

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Engineering Peer Review

An EPR is a process through which professional engineers evaluate, maintain, or monitor the quality and utilization of engineering services, prepare internal lessons learned, or exercise any combination of such responsibilities. 


An EPR consists of :

NFPA Code Requirements (National Fire Protection Association)

SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) 

PVC (Pressure Vessel Calculations)

Chemical Compatibility 

Parts Specification 

Structure Analysis

Electrical and Control System Analysis

Thermal Analysis

Warning Signage

System Photographs

Further information can be requested:

OEM Manual (Original Equipment Manufacturer)