Surprising as it may seem, we have often come across a communication gap between R&D and Engineering departments in large companies. The scientists in R&D are not able to translate their results into an engineering language that can be understood and manipulated by Engineering to draw up flow sheets, equipment specifications, cost estimates, and project budgets.
Due to our scientific training, technology development and design experience, and exposure to many industries, we are able to act as a “translator” and convert R&D results and reports into Process and Instrumentation Diagrams, equipment specifications, line sizing, utility requirements, and plant layouts on which the project budgets and feasibility studies can be based.
We are also able to identify gaps in the R&D data which indicates further research is required to complete the picture.
For more information on this service, please contact us.