Fast, lean, and economical processes in process design
With COMOS FEED
About 80 percent of the total cost of a plant project is determined in the process design stage. Which is why a reliable cost calculation at this stage is essential. COMOS FEED ensures controlled plant engineering with lean, fast, and economical processes – right from the start.
Controlled plant engineeringIn the process design phase, you lay the foundation for the quality of your entire plant project. One of the most important tasks lies in producing an initial cost calculation. Fragmented information, lengthy engineering periods, and inadequate oversight pose major challenges for engineers and operators – time and time again. COMOS FEED lets you produce a valid ballpark calculation and ensures controlled early engineering for your plant.
Reduce errors, save time and money
Decisions made in the front-end engineering and design (FEED) phase have a critical impact on subsequent detail engineering and are important in determining a plant’s practicality, performance, and cost-efficiency. Our COMOS software solution lets you lay the basis for a valid rough calculation of your plant project.
Block flow diagrams and process flow diagrams (PFDs) can be created efficiently using COMOS FEED. Components and connections from simulation plans can be automatically imported. Higher-level review mechanisms reduce the potential for error. Shaping the process design using COMOS results in a substantial reduction in time and costs for you – while providing a reliable basis for further plant engineering.
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COMOS in process design. Your benefits:
Empower your data value – with Consistent process engineering and design
Consistent process engineering is an essential element in a successful plant project. Integrated information management, provided by an integrated software solution like COMOS, plays an important role in improving the efficiency of process design. Through the implementation of this this integrated software solution, you can radically reduce design and engineering costs during the plant engineering stage.