3714 Harvey Penick Drive, TX 78664
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Description

Client

A US-based leading fabricator working across different industries like oil & gas, water & wastewater, manufacturing and more assisting organizations with their design & engineering needs for equipment, skid & spool fabrication.

Engineering Requirement

Rishabh Engineering, as a skid design and engineering partner, was appointed to create a workable design to build an Ammonia Polisher Skid for their Ammonia Flow Control Unit (AFCU).

Delivered

  • 3D Model
  • GA drawing + Detailed Drawing
  • Structural Calculation
  • BOM/MTO

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