Process Engineering relates to various competence fields, from mechanics to aerospace and obviously automotive, and studies the various conversion processes of raw materials into manufactured products.
Process Engineering focuses on defining, designing, checking and optimising industrial processes that are taking place inside production plants.
Process Engineering requires several tools and methods, since processes need to be simulated and modelled according to the exact nature of the system and framework, using product’s CADs and necessary software.
The goal, in particular, is to optimise the production process, taking into account the conditions and constraints that guarantee their economical, environmental and social sustainability
How CAAR operates in Process Engineering
What applies to all engineering fields, also applies to process engineering: research the best technical and economical solutions, follow regulations and quality and safety standards.
Necessary foundations are laid for robust and efficient work flows.
CAAR studies every plant in relation to the client’s requirements, compatibly with economic , operative and design conditions, always following safety criteria given by the regulations.
CAAR offers services regarding process engineering that span throughout the whole project, starting from the elements analysis during product development phase, to control simulations and validation of solutions of choice, and to support during integration and commissioning phases of the equipment.
CAAR operates mainly in the fields of stamping, welding and assembly.
In these areas, CAAR carries out the following activities:
- Study and setup of processes
- Definition and equipment technical requirements drafting (scope of supply)
- Method definition
- Definition of macro-cycles and operational cycles
- Layout and logistic flows
- Definition of warehouses, kitting areas, line-side
- Design of equipment/machines/tools
- On site support during assembly phase of the equipment, until full production parameters are reached.