November 2021

Engineering and Construction

Installation of magnetic level gauges in modularization projects

In today’s competitive world, new ways of more efficiently executing a project are being developed every day: one of these is modular construction.

Sardana, S., Sinha, M., Fluor Daniel India Pvt. Ltd.

In today’s competitive world, new ways of more efficiently executing a project are being developed every day: one of these is modular construction. Modularized facilities allow a project to be completed more quickly, with lower capital cost and better material control. Module yards, or fabrication yards, are built at a remote location. Once construction is completed, the module is transported to the site via road or water, based on its size and destination. In the construction of most modular units, mechanical equipment (piping, steel, cabling, instruments, etc.) are all assembled in the module to save work at the site. Therefore, it is essential that all disciplines—piping, civil, mechanic

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