Commissioning implies performing a number of start-and-adjustment activities including checking, setting and testing the functionability of equipment, which is a part of the operation site software and hardware. These activities are generally arranged for guaranteeing the system design characteristics and operation modes.

The commissioning process comprises following stages:

  • offline setup of the system elements;
  • overall system adjustment.

Overall adjustment is carried out in accordance with a test program and procedures developed by Company's specialists and agreed with the Client and other parties concerned, including supervisory authorities.

The activities shall result in provision of the system fully compliant with the Customer's requirements and ready for commissioning in accordance with SNiP 3.01.04-87 "Constructions Rules and Norms. Acceptance of completed constructional work. Main regulations." and GOST 34.603-92 "Information technology. Computer-aided systems standards set. Types of tests for computer-aided systems."

After the system adjustment has been completed successfully, the system is being set to test running for 72 hours with continuous functioning control by the commissioning team and the customer's company to define, whether the system may be commissioned. In case the 72-hour test is completed successfully, the system is acknowledged fit for commissioning. A working commission shall accept the system for trial operation and affirm this decision with a formal note.

The Company's representatives shall provide initial training for Customer's staff after the system has been commissioned. The operating and maintenance staff training includes outlining the system purpose, main functions and resources, as well as introducing the user interface. The maintenance staff will be additionally instructed on how to use settings, configuration and diagnostics functions.

Commissioning personnel are multidiscipline specialists, continuously improving their professional skills and qualification in all required fields. They are equipped with all advanced repair and diagnostic devices required, and have all necessary licenses and permits.