FACTORY AND SITE ACCEPTANCE TESTING
CITADEL Engineering Company (CEC) provides acceptance testing services to ensure that fiscal or allocation metering systems meet functional design specifications before going into service.
This testing can be done either:
At the manufacturing location (factory acceptance testing), or
When equipment has been commissioned on-site (site acceptance testing)
For more information, Please contact us
CITADEL Engineering Company (CEC) becomes a trusted Calibration Lab for Fiscal & Custody Transfer Flow Meter From the Oil Ministry.
Ministry of Oil of Iraq visited our Facility in Erbil and checked our fabrication and calibration facility in Iraq.
They have visited our Master Meter Provers, Water Draw Package, Pipe Prover and discuss the technical points with our engineers and technicians.
CEC appreciates their entrance for this technical visit.
Citadel Engineering Company (CEC) has the Calibration Facility for Calibration all Flow Meter, using Master Meter, Water Draw Calibration, Compact Prover, and facility for repairing and maintenance of Flow Meters and Provers.
Repair Services – We know that instruments fail or get damaged and replacing them is not always an option. This reason is why we operate our Repair Center out of our calibration lab. We can offer cost effective repairs on many of the instruments we calibrate. Our repairs are generally less expensive and completed faster than the OEM. All repairs come with an accredited calibration so you can be sure your instrument is in peak operating condition.
PRESSURE SAFETY VALVE REPAIR CENTER
A pressure safety valve (PSV) protects pressure vessels and piping systems from excessive internal pressure. When a system reaches a predetermined pressure the PSV opens, a portion of the media discharges, and the pressure inside drops to a safe limit. Once the pressure reaches the valve’s reseating set point, the valve closes.
Periodic testing and adjustment of pressure safety valves are essential to maintaining overall safety in Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Water/Wastewater, Aerospace/Aviation, chemicals/Plastics, Steel Manufacturing, and many other industries. The most common test method for safety valves and relief valves is a bench test, performed in a workshop. Such tests typically occur in conjunction with disassembly, inspection, and repair.