First RPM conducts a preliminary engineering study to identify the equipment needed to meet the client’s needs, including tests of the feedstock, initial system definition and design, appraisal of environmental issues, and a cost estimates.
The second step is a comprehensive review of the aforementioned study with the client. Following this review, the client will make a go/no-go decision, at which point RPM's staff will work with the firm's engineering division and any other key stakeholders to refine the preliminary designs. After these discussions, RPM will deliver a more detailed cost estimate to the client.
After the client places and order, RPM will work in coordination with all of the parties involved from site preparation through commissioning.
The preceding is a broad overview of our process. We work closely with our clients to meet all requirements for installation and successful operation in the shortest time period reasonable.