Baldwin Industrial Systems can offer design, custom fabrication, electrical control and pre-assembly for all process and pressure systems. We understand the challenges that remote locations and new facilities create in cost and time. By offering a totally pre-assembled, skid-mounted modular system it is possible to completely build and test your new system in our factory. This provides our customers with a convenient method for addressing any last-minute changes that may be required, without excessive cost implications.

Workshop fabrication of high-pressure pipe spools allows all welding and NDT to be completed in a controlled environment. Conformance with the required weld procedures and painting specifications is easily controlled and achieved. The site installation component of the project is dramatically reduced providing benefits in speed, efficiency and cost.

Having a complete system connected and operating in the factory means that any issues which may arise are easily dealt with in a less pressured environment. There is no consequential tradesperson downtime on-site due to one minor item not functioning as the drawing suggested it should.

As the process system has essentially been “installed” in our factory, the actual site installation is a much more straightforward process. Rather than running cables, installing pipe runs, cutting pipes to length, running out of components – it is simply a matter of re-assembly and straight forward connection. A recent example we completed for a major customer in a remote area demonstrated the advantages very clearly.

  Traditional Approach Baldwin Modular Approach
Install time 2 weeks minimum 2 days
Manpower utilised 12 3
Estimated cost saving N/A 50 – 70 %

 

Your project management team have more control over the process and cost overruns are minimised. Faster installation means faster to operate and hence quicker solutions to problems or realisation of the project benefits.

The other advantage a completely functional offsite system can provide is training can be started in the factory with off-shift operators. Then when the equipment is installed on-site, there is already a level of familiarity with the new item.

Baldwin can work with our customers from concept and design stage in developing a process solution, or we can fabricate and assemble your already designed wastewater system into a modular solution.

A selection of equipment and options available with Baldwin Customer Process Systems can include:

  • Control Panels
  • Dosing systems
  • Access platforms
  • Loadout gantries
  • Complete pipe spools
  • Skid mounting for any components – up to a semi-trailer size for ease of transport
  • Valves of any type – actuated, manual, electric, pneumatic
  • Cable trays – completely pre-cabled
  • Pipe supports
  • Motor Control Centres
  • pH adjustment systems
  • Mixers
  • Complete in-house factory set up for customer Factory Acceptance Test (FAT)
  • Early training of personnel at the Baldwin facility

From a single skid mounted item that is pre-plumbed and pre-cabled to a multi-module, entire operational facility, Baldwin can provide an innovative, quality solution for your process needs.

Do you provide installation for all process and pressure systems?

For all process and pressure systems, Baldwin Industrial Systems provides design, custom fabrication, electrical control, and pre-assembly. Because we provide a completely pre-assembled, skid-mounted modular system, the process system is practically “installed” at our facility, making site installation considerably easier. Get in touch with us at (02) 4954 0440 to confirm whether we can supply installation in your area.

What are the advantages of going with the Baldwin process and pressure systems?

Because the entire system is connected and operational in the factory, any faults that develop may be readily resolved in a less stressful environment. Due to one small item not operating as the picture stated, there is no resulting downtime on-site.

Your project management team has better control over the process, which reduces cost overruns. Faster installation equals faster operation and, as a result, faster resolution of issues or realisation of project advantages.

Another benefit of a fully operating offshore system is that training may begin with off-shift personnel in the factory. When the equipment is finally placed on-site, there is already a level of familiarity with the new system.