During the initial planning of an industrial dryer process, so many of the details become critical factors for the success of the final installation. Equipment and processes are calculated and designed specifically based upon the details provided by the equipment operator. So, providing accurate information during the design and planning phases of an industrial dryer is important to ensure capacity and performance. Once the equipment is installed, available remedies are often costly and limited. Further, addressing situations reactively creates delays, which can ultimately impact the schedule for process startup.
Planning a startup can be intimidating, making it easy to overlook small details. Taking the time upfront to ensure every detail is correct will save time, money and stress in the future. Here are four common situations where important details can be overlooked during the design and specification process. Understanding the perils can help you avoid them.