Crenger offers two services - PAAS and FEED.
PAAS is Platform-As-A-Service. If your company is an engineering services provider engaged in water treatment and desalination projects, PAAS allows you to move the project related activities to the cloud. PAAS covers nearly all the project phases from bidding to the project hand-over. It is the primary Crenger service.
Moving to PAAS is a 3-step process. First, you need to learn the Crenger theory and practice. Crenger makes this process fast by offering 159 animated tutorials and introduction guide into modern project engineering. Next, you need to download the Crenger client interface and start navigating the sample projects in the open database. Do your first micro-project to feel the taste of force and speed. Finally, you select the PAAS options best matching your company policies.
FEED stands for Front End Engineering & Design. It is a critical stage of any project,
absorbing the engineering services provider know-how. It contains
full information on the equipment ordering and defines the exact scope of the next stage - detail mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control design.
FEED substantiates the plant guaranteed functionality and reliability, the project timetable and the budget and
substantially decreases the project risks and contingencies.
Having the FEED package, any engineering company without previous desalination experience may execute the project of any size.
Crenger offers 5 FEED packages for free download to learn the execution sequences, scope and standards. All the packages (20 - 150 MLD) are for seawater desalination using the multiple train design.
If you plan to buy stand-alone desalination plant or as a part of bigger infrastructure project, then you need the FEED package before sending any Request for Proposal (RFP) or Request For Quotation (RFQ) to any EPC contractor. Why? Because no contractor today may compete with Crenger in the FEED quality and speed. For Crenger it takes 40 hours, for the contractor - 6 - 9 months.