A Skid is a system that includes pumps, heat exchangers, filters and vessels as well as other important components. To control and monitor the skid system, it is constructed with interconnecting pipes and in-line components such as control valves, isolation valves, and instruments. Process skids and utility skids are two common types of skid systems.
A self-contained process system fitted within a frame or "module" for simple transportation and integration is known as a modular process skid. Batch mixing or blending, delayed differentiation, solvent recovery, and small-scale distillation are all examples of processes that may be contained in modular process skids.
Carbon steel, stainless steel, and high alloy materials are among the materials that may be used to make the Skid System. A comprehensive control system with PLC (Programmable Logic Controller), HMI (Human Machine Interface), or ordinary Analogue Control may be installed on the skid. It can also be delivered wired to Skid Mounted Junction Boxes or unwired, allowing the end-user to manage the system using their own DCS System (Distributed Control System). The above is then put on a primary base frame to form a modular system that provides a fully turnkey operating system.
DEE is responsible for on-time delivery and customer satisfaction, with skid manufacturing being our speciality and catering to a wide range of industries. To accomplish the necessary results, DEE uses cutting-edge technology like induction bending and sophisticated welding processes.