Feasibility studies and audits

We see forward-thinking engineering as the key to ensuring the seamless flow of energy and water, as well as ensuring security and sustainability. We offer a range of feasibility studies and audits to support your plant projects. Feasibility studies offer valuable insights and guidance for informed decision-making regarding new or existing plant projects. A plant audit involves a comprehensive assessment of your existing plant’s technical condition. It helps identify potential issues and risks that could impact plant operation, output, and profitability, allowing for timely solutions.

  • Informed decision-making

    Feasibility studies provide critical insights that enable informed decisions about new or existing plant projects, enhancing the chances of success.

  • Solution identification

    They help identify the best solution among various options, ensuring the most suitable approach is chosen for the project.

  • Cost-benefit estimation

    Feasibility studies are instrumental in helping you achieve substantial energy savings, cost reductions, emission reductions, and operational improvements.

  • Improved performance

    Find the ways how to enhance the quality, efficiency, safety, and environmental performance of your plant.


Our feasibility studies & audits

  • Process energy savings audit

    At the heart of every industry is the smooth management of energy consumption. Are you interested in how to reduce costs on your production site without compromising productivity? Our feasibility studies and audits delve into the complexities of your processes and energy use, identifying tailor-made solutions that not only save resources but also reduce energy bills.

  • Steam and condensate system audit

    As an experienced and knowledgeable expert in steam systems, we offer a solution to address these plant-related challenges through our steam and condensate system audits.

    Our audits are tailored to your specific process or application and can be customized to fit your budget. They encompass the entire steam distribution loop, commencing with the water treatment plant and extending through process applications to condensate return. The audit can be scoped to align with your unique needs, focusing on areas such as energy efficiency, health and safety, or best practices.

    Our team has the capability to comprehensively analyze the entire system and its operations. Each audit is customized to your precise requirements and conducted by seasoned engineers. After the on-site assessment, we prepare a detailed and thorough report, which we then present to you.

  • Water treatment equipment survey

    Are you facing challenges in delivering the required volume of high-quality water and ensuring compliance with environmental safety regulations?

    In the course of daily enterprise activities, the emphasis on efficiency, competitiveness, ensuring compliance with environmental safety regulations, and export capacity becomes increasingly critical. This scenario calls for a fresh approach to technological solutions.

    FILTER offers a comprehensive water treatment system equipment survey, capitalizing on our extensive expertise and practical experience in this field. The survey’s principal objective is to evaluate the existing situation, subsystems, and potential solutions. When necessary, we can also install metering points to enhance accuracy and control. Our approach takes into account crucial elements such as payback period, energy conservation, supply reliability, and environmental safety.

    The survey provides a summary that outlines improvement recommendations and offers an estimate of the required investments. If needed, we collaborate with experts and testing laboratories to ensure the highest quality outcomes.

  • Pump survey

    The audit of pumps and pump systems, coupled with subsequent improvements, encompasses a range of activities. It commences with the comprehensive assessment of pumps and extends to the evaluation of the overall efficiency of the pump system.

    The optimal configuration of pumps is essential to prevent unnecessary energy consumption. A pump audit involves several key tasks, including checking pump alignment, measuring bearing vibrations, inspecting the condition of components like couplings and pulleys, and recording and comparing performance characteristics. The data gathered is used to determine the actual operating point, which is then compared to the specified performance characteristics. Based on this collected information, an assessment of the system’s operational efficiency is conducted, and recommendations for improvements are provided. Implementing these recommendations can enhance the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the entire pump system, leading to significant reductions in equipment life cycle costs.

How can a feasibility study help you?

At the end of this journey, your benefit is not just a report; it’s a strategic plan, finely crafted to guide you towards the most efficient, economical, and environmentally conscious path.

A feasibility study aids in:

  • Assessing the technical, economic, and environmental aspects of the project
  • Identifying the optimal solution from various options
  • Estimating the costs and benefits associated with project implementation
  • Evaluating potential risks and uncertainties
  • Compiling a comprehensive report with findings and recommendations

How can a plant audit help you?

A plant audit plays a vital role in identifying and addressing potential issues and risks that could impact the operation, output, and profitability of your facility. A typical plant audit involves the following steps:

  • Data collection: Gathering comprehensive information about the plant, including details about its design, operation, maintenance, fuel type, water quality, energy consumption, emissions, and associated costs.
  • Site inspection: Visiting the plant to physically inspect equipment, facilities, systems, and processes. This step involves checking for signs of damage, malfunctions, leakages, or non-compliance with regulations.
  • Measurements: Actively monitoring and measuring energy flows and losses within the plant. This includes assessing variables like fuel input, electricity output, heat output, flue gas temperature, stack losses, radiation losses, and the potential for heat recovery.
  • Improvements: Common improvement opportunities include equipment upgrades or replacements, process optimizations or modifications, maintenance enhancements, energy management or conservation measures, and heat recovery or utilization solutions.
  • Cost-benefit analysis: Evaluating the costs and benefits associated with implementing the identified improvement measures, which may include assessing investment costs and payback periods.
  • Audit report: Preparing a detailed and comprehensive report summarizing the findings and recommendations resulting from the plant audit.
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