service engineering

service engineering

[′sər·vəs ‚en·jə‚nir·iŋ]
(engineering)
The function of determining the integrity of material and services in order to measure and maintain operational reliability, approve design changes, and assure their conformance with established specifications and standards.
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CORE is a full service engineering and construction firm specializing in civil and environmental engineering, design, site preparation and demolition, hazardous and non-hazardous environmental services, permitting, clean-up, construction management, and health and safety.
The contracts comprised a USD75m full service engineering and design contract covering support for manufacturing sites in the mid-America and northeastern region, a USD14m contract for maintenance and reliability improvement services for plants in the southeast and on the Texas Gulf Coast, and a USD15m full service engineering and design contract in connection with DuPont's manufacturing sites in Germany, Luxembourg, Austria and the Netherlands, Aker Kvaerner said.
GEA Filtration has a dedicated Process Engineering staff who can assist in lab and pilot testing as well as a Service Engineering Group to help in both start-up and operation of pilot and production membrane systems and maintenance of these plants.
The company's field service field service engineering team will conduct an expanded preformatted evaluation to assess electrical components, lubrication systems, adjustments needed for the mechanical system, and corrugating roll carbon testing.
"We want green sand foundries to raise their standards for the accuracy of their surfaces and surface smoothness as close as possible to those of investment castings," said Keith Dewhirst, service engineering manager for Holset-North America.
"Depending on their age, it can sometimes be difficult to find parts for obsolete equipment," according to David Anderson, senior power delivery engineer at General Electric's Installation & Service Engineering (I&SE) office in Pittsburgh (and one of our eventual saviors in this matter).
John Balmer, Service Engineering Team Leader was the first engineer to collect his brand new Ford Transit, the first of 16 commissioned.
Stone & Webster is a full service engineering and construction company with over 100 years of experience, including the construction of power projects totaling 200,000 MWs.
The in-house service engineering facility was introduced two years ago as part of the ROCOLcare programme to help customers gain maximum benefit from both FOODLUBE and ROCOLcare and optimise their lubricant spend and usage.

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