UK & Ireland Featured Project: Weld Inspection & Consultancy United Utilities Thirlmere (1737)

QEM Solutions were asked by United Utilities to assist with the review of the welding process and associated with the provision of the innovative steel E-joint.

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Overseas Featured Project: Capita Symonds - Valve Inspections

QEM Solutions were contracted to carry 3rd party inspection and witnessing activities on a series of valves fabricated in Germany for a series of SGN contracts throughout Scotland.

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We are problem solvers. We are organisers. From the project start-up to the very final evaluations and analysis, we can bring enthusiasm to each and every part of your project.

 

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Our projects

Our Projects

Combined, we have over 50 years experience, gained on a variety of projects throughout the world. But no two engineering projects are alike.

Sometimes we manage a project from the very start and continue to be involved until the end reports. Other times we are brought in to provide specialist services in specific areas. Each brings different challenges. Each has different outcomes.

We would like to share just a few of these projects here.

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Our Projects

3MW Gas Generator DSEAR (1671) Ignition Hazard Assessments (Non Electrical - EN 80079) (DSEAR)

Zennergy

Various
13 Feb 2019 - 10 Apr 2019

QEM Solutions were asked to assist Aggreko  in the development of the type QSK-19 330kW Generator set with respect to completing a risk assessment to help demonstrate compliance with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).

QEM carried out a full review of the apparatus in accordance with IGEM/SR25 to assess the possible risk in accordance with  DSEAR. This included both desk based and on site validaion of the equipment and operations.

Following the DSEAR risk assessment various points were identified that, if incorporated into the 330kW QSK-19 generator design, will further reduce the risk of fire and/or explosion that is always a potential with hydrocarbon powered equipment.

 

 Services Breakdown

  Ignition Hazard Assessments (Non Electrical - EN 80079) (DSEAR)
  Risk Management

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