There are various different types of strategic commissioning procedures, and most will fit into a cyclical process of activities, such as performance review, inspections and routine maintenance. If we were to choose a single area of the services we provide as our specialism then it would be gas commissioning and decommissioning – so read on to learn more about the various individual tasks that the experts from Adapt Gas can perform for you in this area!
Gas commissioning is a procedure usually carried out in commercial and industrial buildings, between a contractor and the operator of the building. Gas commissioning lays the groundwork for safe, efficient operation of gas lines, pipes, boilers and other appliances by ensuring that all of the systems and components used to supply gas at a given location are designed, tested, operated, and maintained in adherence with the operational requirements of the owner. To ensure that the owner’s project requirements are met, it may also involve training operators or staff at the facility.
Commercial Gas Line Installation
One of the first key steps in the gas commissioning process is installing your main commercial gas line – the part in the supply chain that connects your business and your various appliances and gas plumbing subsystems to the gas supply they need. Once again, Adapt Gas are experts in this area and we can help you get this vital step taken care of swiftly, and with minimal disruption.
Gas Testing, Purging & Decommissioning
Just as new lines and supplies need to go through a complete gas commissioning process to ensure that they can be used safely, old supplies and lines need to be shut down correctly so that they can be disposed of safely. Once again, the Adapt Gas team can help you with this task – ensuring that any un-needed gas fittings, appliances and systems are successfully purged and tested before final decommissioning.