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Description

Client

A global leader in providing solutions for Cryogenic Storage, Vaporization and Distribution Systems for EPC projects. The sectors covered by the client includes a vast pool encompassing LNG, Petrochemicals, Steel, Fertilizer, Oil & Gas industries.

Client Testimonial

During the past three years our company has been working with Rishabh Engineering on numerous engineering projects. The company offers high quality services. We can say that we have always been immensely satisfied by their work.

– Mechanical Specialist

Engineering Requirement

  • Detailed 3D modeling of two different stations for Liquid Nitrogen Storage & Vaporization Package. Which included equipment, piping, pipe supports, cable tray routing and mounted instrumentation.

Delivered

  • 3D model for two stations which includes components for Liquid Nitrogen Storage Tank, Vaporizers, Pressure Build Up unit, Heaters and Skids
  • SAT files generated for individual equipment to restrain the file size to below 5 MB
  • Extraction of (*.)SPR files for checking & reviewing the completed 3D Modeling task

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