As part of our comprehensive services at Castle Control Solutions, we offer the following documentation to ensure that all of the procedures and processes involved in a project are approved by the appropriate personnel:
Installation qualification (IQ): a document which ensures that all process equipment and ancillary systems comply with the appropriate codes, design intentions and, where necessary, with manufacturer recommendations.
Operational qualification (OQ): a document which ensures that all process equipment and subsystems are capable of operating within stated limits and tolerances consistently.
Functional design specification (FDS): a document which specifies the functions that a system or component must perform (this can often form part of a requirements specification).
Factory acceptance testing (FAT): a verification of the equipment being able to demonstrate that the system design and manufacturing meets the contract or purchase order specifications.
Site acceptance testing (SAT): a document stating that a piece of a equipment or system has been delivered to the end user without being affected in transit, and that the product/system performs to the end user’s expectations after installation.
For a systems integrator operating in Nottingham, Derby and Leicester but which serves customers throughout the UK, look no further than Castle Control Solutions. For more information on the various documentation which we can provide, don’t hesitate to get in touch.