Technical audit is an advanced procedure aimed at examining production and engineering systems in order to evaluate their current state, reveal efficiency enhancement potential, predict the costs associated with repair cycles and upgrading, energy expenditure and implementation of energy saving systems.
CONDUCTION OF TECHNICAL AUDIT
A set of measures targeted at determining the technical state, condition and term of further safe operation of the buildings, structures, equipment and technology level according to the task defining the range of work.
Used technology, equipment certificates and maintenance and overhaul documentation logs are inspected during the Technical Audit. Aside from that, the work of production units is checked, the equipment is tested, control-and-measuring activities are implemented and the readings of metering devices are taken. Based on the findings of performed analysis, the recommendations on how to improve the production performance, capacity, implement new technologies, replace outdated equipment in order to cut the costs are provided. On top of that, in the course of the Technical Audit, a more extensive recommendations on production restructuring or diversification may also be offered by the experts of the company, should they deem it necessary for enhancement of operating efficiency of the business.
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