PROCESS FLOW

Nutritional beverages, such as whey protein drinks with tasty beverage flavors or fruit particulates and variety of plant-based drinks, are creating new categories of healthy and delicious beverages. ZHM can help with world-leading, new and innovative processing technologies and a wealth of experience in the rapidly changing nutritional beverage market.

Download our and see how our process FLOW is helping to shape the nutritional beverage market with our advanced process solutions.

The supply of mechanical Software services as regard drawings, documentation, and other technical information comprises the following main functions:

  • Preparation of principle proposals for machinery lay-out
  • After approval of our approached preliminary conceptual design by the Client, we provide the final design of flow sheets
  • Machinery lay-outs, and detailed pipe diagrams for product, and service pipe systems
  • Preparation of all detailed working drawings, necessary for the erection and installation of the machinery and equipment delivered.

The scope of supply of the above services, e.g. the number of drawings and the degree of details on the individual drawings, generally decided by us, on which shall consider the actual requirements.

If the Client wishes to have further drawings or documentation, we  can

supply this at a negotiable price.

Respondents to the Latest Plant Engineering and Maintenance identified six important, high-level findings impacting the manufacturing industries today:

  1. Maintenance strategies:Seventy-eight percent of manufacturing facilities follow a preventive maintenance strategy; 61% use a run-to-failure method and 59% use a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS).
  2. Shutdown schedule:Standard and specialized production machinery are generally shutdown only once or twice each year for scheduled maintenance, while material handling equipment is typically shutdown on a quarterly or monthly basis.
  3. Unscheduled downtime:The leading cause of unscheduled downtime within respondents’ facilities remains aging equipment (42%), followed by operator error (19%) and lack of time (13%). Some facilities plan to upgrade their equipment and improve/increase training in an effort to decrease downtime.
  4. Training:Maintenance teams are mostly trained on safety (81%) and basic electrical (70%) and mechanical skills (66%). Other types of training include motors, gearboxes, bearings (58%) and lubrication (56%).
  5. Technologies:The most common technologies facilities use to monitor/manage maintenance are CMMS (53%), in-house spreadsheets/schedules (52%), and paper records of maintenance reports (39%).
  6. Outsourcing:The average facility outsources 19% of their maintenance operations, and the leading factors are lack of time/manpower and lack of skills among current staff.
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