Vee Bee Engineering Excellence
The Vee Bee process of engineering excellence encompasses the complete journey from the initial application brief through aftercare and to the end of that system’s functioning life cycle.
Determining optimum flow efficiency and reliability
The process begins with a meticulous examination of the brief and providing advice where required regarding application and specification from the perspective of optimum flow efficiency and reliability.
This part of the clarification process often means working closely with the client and it is at this stage of the process where possibilities regarding enhanced operational performance can be explored and confirmed.
Delivering maximum capital and operational cost efficiencies
Vee Bee is always seeking maximum capital and operational cost efficiencies for the client because Vee Bee knows that added client value is the most commercially effective way to grow its own business. In other words, operator satisfaction is at the core of the Vee Bee brand value it offers to industry.
Simulation Driven Engineering
The next part of the process is crucial and is what Vee Bee terms Simulation Driven Engineering.
Vee Bee simulation models assess, explore and evolve the options until reaching the optimum flow efficient and reliable design. Depending on the application, these variables interact in many different ways and the extensive engineering experience within Vee Bee reassuringly ensures that the proposal for the client is based on hundreds of previous projects that are now delivering the most cost efficient flow protection solutions in the world.
Vee Bee Total Quality Control
It is Total Quality Control during the rest of the production process that ensures materials, manufacturing and testing meets the high standards initially determined by Vee Bee approach to Simulation Driven Engineering.
Codes of Design
Vee Bee works closely with the world’s leading process industries to ensure the highest in flow protection international standards.
Vee Bee is expert in the documentation and certification requirements of inspecting authorities such as Lloyds, Bureau-Veritas and Det Norske Veritas.
Each product manufactured is accompanied with a Vee Bee Code Verification Pack.
This Pack contains all the documentation relevant to the Code to which the item was designed and constructed; or when requested, to the customer’s own specification requirements.
Typical Codes of Design and Construction
- ASME VIII
- ASME VIII ‘U’ Stamp
- ANSI B31.3
- PD5500 Cat 1,2 & 3
- Chinese ‘M’ Stamp
- Swedish Pressure Vessel Code
- Australian Pressure Vessel Code
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