Land Rover Paint Shop Skid Cleaning Feasibility Study & Report

The feasibility report involved the search for technologies that would remove 100% of the loose and caked paint from the Body Skids without use of hot sand bed and minimising the space utilised for storage of clean and dirty skids. The proposed solutions with options and cost benefits including CAPEX and OPEX were for vertical hanger stacking of skids and use of High Pressure Water Jet spray systems tor paint removal profiling the skid body.

Project Details

  • Contract No. C090
  • Primary Service Consultancy, Detailed Design & Engineering
  • Industry Automotive
  • Secondary Service Front End Engineering & Design, Projects Plans Procedures Specifications & Detailed Designs, Technical Document Authoring
  • Client Land Rover
  • Start Date Feb 2000
  • Consultant or EPC None
  • Contract Value ($) 20000
  • Project Location Lode Ln, Solihull, B92 8NW, United Kingdom
  • Person Hours 410
  • Execution Office Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • Status Completed

Scope of work

    Feasibility study & report for automation of a new Paint Shop Skid Cleaning Facility.

Activities

  • Market Technology Search
  • Development of Process & Functional Description
  • General Layout Drawings
  • Major Equipment List
  • Utilities Utilisation Calculations

Deliverables

  • Technical Market Research
  • Feasibility Study Report
  • General Layout Drawings
  • Equipment List

Technical specifications

  • 900 Bar High Pressure Pumps
  • Movable Profiling Water Jet Nozzles