Electrical power expertise in the petrochemical industry.
Coker Unit, Reformer Unit, Alkylation Unit, Catalytic Cracking Unit and Medium-Voltage Substations.
For process-related systems such as the coker, reformer, alkylation, catalytic cracking units, etc., acceptance testing and commissioning of electric power systems is vital prior to the initial energization of any electrical system. After energization, the implementation of comprehensive and relevant maintenance practices assures the owner continued reliability and performance of the electrical equipment.
The degree of testing, the required tests to be performed, and what equipment needs to be tested are all tasks that should be coordinated with an industry expert such as Shermco.
Testing relates to activities at an individual component level. Those individual components, the critical devices, should be tested to ensure they operate in accordance with industry standards and manufacturers' specifications.
Commissioning is the process of applying system function tests upon completion of component tests. It is the process of subjecting systems to various occurrences (faults, power outages, load steps, etc.) and verifying that the sensing, processing and action devices interact as intended and desired by the owner and the system designers.
So for all your petrochemical process-related electrical power needs, utilize the skills and industry-recognized expertise of a NETA-accredited company. Utilize Shermco Industries.