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Mechanical engineering and design are integral parts of most projects performed by Fusion. Essentially all projects include design and specifications of mechanical systems for new facilities or rehabilitation of existing facilities.

The engineers and designers in our mechanical group have diversified experience in the design, specifications, and installations of mechanical equipment and systems. This includes systems for storage pumping, straining, agitating, mixing and filtering. Our engineers are versed in the areas of storage tank and pressure vessels; material handling, and heat transfer equipment. Utilizing this approach allows Fusion to provide specialized levels of expertise on each project.

The baseline documents used by the mechanical engineers are the process flow diagrams (PFDs), and the process and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs) as developed by the client or Fusion. Our engineers assist in the initial sizing and specifying of equipment. For the process mechanical equipment, data sheets are prepared for use in the development of equipment specifications for procurement.

Fusion has the engineering capabilities for the development of specialized mechanical process equipment including systems for the following applications:
Hazardous materials
Dust collection, air purification and environment control systems
Clean room facilities for the electronics, API and research industries.

Fusion has the capabilities for the design and engineering for a large variety of energy efficient mechanical systems for numerous types of industrial facilities. Typical work in the area of design and engineering of mechanical systems involves:
Chilled water, hot water generation, and distribution
Clean steam, purified water, water for injection
Automatic controls and instrumentation
Heat recovery systems
Energy audits and analyses
Air, service, instrument, and lift support