Our team of SAVIS, Inc. engineers are experienced in the following areas of process engineering:
With our process engineers insights across the pharma, medical, food & beverage, and aerospace sectors we have a unique set of eyes when looking at design and optimization. We are keen on industry best practices and have thorough FDA knowledge from our supporting team.
The experts at SAVIS, Inc. provide the answers to questions about a client's need for new or used equipment. SAVIS, Inc. schedules initial conversations and meetings, to extract the requirements of the project. SAVIS personnel then research the available options and develop detailed System Specifications for the equipment. To ensure that all requirements are transmitted to the vendor, the client approves the System Specification prior to the purchasing of the equipment.
A variety of vendors are contacted and essential information, such as cost, availability, delivery schedule, and product support are documented and presented to the client. After the client has approved the vendor recommendations, the equipment is purchased, delivered, and installed.
The SAVIS equipment engineers then perform a detailed and documented acceptance test to ensure that the equipment is ready for operation. At this point, if the equipment is to be used for producing a regulated product, the professionals at SAVIS, Inc. perform the validation of the equipment and process.
The equipment engineers at SAVIS have completed numerous smaller projects such as enhancing existing equipment with added sensors and actuators. In addition, SAVIS personnel have completed numerous larger projects such as developing layouts of complete production lines, including procuring, installing, completing startup, and qualification of production line equipment. Whatever the size of the project, SAVIS has the resources available to efficiently complete any equipment-related need.
The following is a partial list of the equipment categories that SAVIS engineers have assisted in purchasing:
The team of SAVIS, Inc. engineers involved in the purchase and/or acceptance of systems have developed a reputation for customer satisfaction. Detailed Acceptance Test Protocols (ATPs) are developed, approved by the client, and delivered to the vendors. These ATPs, along with the previously developed specifications, are instrumental in eliminating the possibility of misunderstandings between all of the parties involved. This acceptance phase is critical in ensuring that the system is delivered, installed, and operates according to the expectations of everyone involved. The acceptance testing, documentation, and training provided by the professionals at SAVIS, Inc. ensure that the incorporation of the system into the manufacturing process is as efficient as possible.