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Packaged skid mounted equipment

Restricted access or available space in a new or refurbished building does not negate the use of offsite manufactured equipment. Ormandy manufactures a complete range of skid mounted packages designed to meet the client’s space or access restrictions, and also to meet the stringent cost and performance requirements of the construction industry.

Meticulous attention to detail, in conjunction with an independent and flexible approach to component selection, allows all aspects of project requirements to be met. All equipment is designed and assembled in a factory-controlled environment, ensuring that we deliver fast, efficient compact modular construction. Reduced assembly and fabrication time onsite minimises both onsite labour and project control. The modular construction approach allows larger elements of a system to be supplied in sections for reconnection on-site.

The service provides a full project team encompassing all mechanical, electrical, acoustic and load considerations, along with the skills and experience to ensure effective use of space, and maintainability of individual components.

Multiple skid sections can be incorporated to include boilers, pressurisation and booster sets, heat exchangers for primary and secondary water, circulating pumps, pipework including gas, with gas inlet solenoid valve, and electrical panels. From receipt of specification, a formal design is developed by our team of specialised engineers.

Working in close co-operation with the client, Ormandy will develop a practical solution paying close attention to commissioning, operational, maintenance and decommissioning requirements. Transportation and positioning of skids require and receive careful planning.

Ormandy works closely with a number of specialised lifting contractors and can offer a contract lift option when required. Once delivered, Ormandy can also provide a full commissioning and maintenance service.

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