Equipment Verification & Failure Analysis

Certain plant and equipment requires design verification from a suitably qualified person.

Engineering components are designed to perform a specific function for a certain minimum period of time, failure, therefore, means its inability to perform its intended function.

In spite of best efforts, because of the inherent uncertainty in design parameters and material behaviour, it is certainly impossible to avoid failure.

A proper analysis provides valuable insight into the mechanics of the process, identifies the factors responsible for failures and suggests necessary steps to be undertaken to overcome such incidents in future.

Proper analysis allows your business to be on the front-foot should any failure occur, allowing fast and effective action to be taken, minimising downtime. Effective equipment verification and analysis means you can put systematic checks and reporting in place to ensure there is less risk of failure, avoiding the inevitable.

Should a failure occur, accurately assessing what went wrong and how it can be prevented in the future is critical to improving business and getting ahead. km-mec bring decades of experience as engineers to the table and are familiar with complex systems and customised product applications.

Improve overall business performance through failure prevention and avoid future occurrences of failure with km-mec.

Our chartered professional engineers have the expertise to undertake design verification and or failure analysis of:

  • Monorails and lifting beams
  • Lifting appliances
  • Forklift modifications
  • Safe access systems
  • Platforms and walkways
  • Forestry equipment
  • Structural integrity checks
  • Machine condition reports
  • Material thickness testing

km-mec can help to identify the root causes of product failure, define responsibilities, and improve future performance

Ensure your design has integrity and you’re prepared, should the inevitable unforeseen failure occur. Contact km-mec today. Email, or call km-mec Invercargill on 03 2141 602, Dunedin on 021 668 632 (Joe), and Nelson on 021 576 059 (Tony).

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