With comprehensive industry experience, we are offering a complete collection of commissioning services, which are recognized due to their quality, on-time execution, cost effective, and flexible solutions. Along with this, LXC Engineering group is offering it commissioning services in different options to suit the various needs of it clients.
Our deep knowledge and years of experience in the commissioning of diverse and multiple types of buildings, power transformers, switch gears, substation auxiliary equipment, fiber optic cables and control systems have provided us the ability to develop benchmarks in the market, thereby increasing our number of customers and clients. Our testing and commissioning services are applicable on any building types.
Commissioning is possibly the most important activity in the construction process, as it enables the mechanical and electrical services installation to achieve the electrical operational conditions desired by both the designer and end user.
Once the commissioning has been completed, the client is presented a full, operational building with all test results documented and witnessed, full operating and maintenance instructions available, and the client’s maintenance staff fully trained in efficient operation and maintenance.
Any subsequent defects can be quickly identified, and remedial action taken by reference to the operating and maintenance manuals and test results.
Based on your experiences, we have developed a standardized approach to commissioning to ensure not only the minimum overall quality on a project, but improved performance by staff familiarization. Standardization enables us to resource more efficiently and to cover unforeseen absences due to sickness, holidays, etc. with minimum disruption to both the client and project.
We do not believe that commissioning is a one-off exercise simply to ready a building for occupation. The initial commissioning is vitally important, if the installed systems are to operate in accordance with the specifications. However, changing occupancy needs, space utilization, refurbishment and routine decommissioning by maintenance staff will always have an effect on the operating efficiency and ultimately the disposition of the occupants.
However, a strategy of “continuous commissioning” must be employed and is an ongoing process to resolve operating problems, improve comfort and efficiency, and optimize energy use. These efforts have produced energy savings of 20% with typical payback periods of less than three years.