What is the layout design of chemical companies?
The principle of layout design refers to the process of determining the required equipment and supporting structures as part of the plate making chemical company’s design – together with their interconnections via pipes, conduits, conveyors, vehicles, wired or wireless connections. Layout designers must meet several key criteria to ensure that their design:
Ensure reliable and safe operation of chemical companies
Provide safe and convenient access for project maintenance, component or process equipment disassembly or on-site maintenance
Ensure acceptable harm and nuisance to the public
Provide an adequate level of security to prevent the risk of crime, sabotage and potential terrorism
Promote safe and efficient construction
Achieve efficient, economical and ergonomic use of space
The exhibition is in accordance with the local aesthetic planning regulations
Ensure compliance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or equivalent
Demonstrate compliance with any other relevant codes and standards
Ensure that the location and layout of the plant can ensure the supply of maintenance, construction and emergency services around the plant
In a new “green space” site, the layout design will need to reflect the known needs of the process plant or process unit to be constructed. Another option is to plant a plant on an existing “brownfield” plot.