purchasing process
INTRODUCTION

Leader Dredger experienced senior engineers will customize the design of high output dredger for customers according to the customer's working cnditions.Leader Dred

ger experienced senior engineers will customize the design of high output dredger for customers according to the customer's orking conditions.

Ⅰ.CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT
The buyer must clear the below question:
1. Project information
a. Total engineering earthwork
b. Total engineering period
c. Figure out the desired capacity per hour
d. According to the capacity to determine which type of dredger
CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT
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2. Working site information(It is necessary to consider the current working conditions of the project and the following possible working conditions)
a. The river depth,
b. Discharge distance,
c. Production capacity requirements,
d. Project time limit,
e. Analysis report of soil sample,
f. Dredging capacity per hour(can calculate),
g. Ambient conditions,
3.Budget
a. Consider your financial situation
b. Consider the overall lifecycle cost of the project, including dredger cost, pipeline,
personnel, project cost, equipment fuel consumption, etc
Ⅱ. FACTORY ACCEPTANCE AND SOLUTIONDESIGN
a. Depend the working condition and past experience design the dredger.
b. According to the customer's country of equipment selection, try to choose the local after-sales equipment
c. Check with local experienced dredger masters and maintenance engineers for the necessary precautions
d. The actual site inspection confirms the actual working condition information
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FACTORY ACCEPTANCE AND SOLUTIONDESIGN
Ⅲ.PRODUCTION & TESTING DREDGER
1. Before production
a. Confirm with client all the technology parameters
b. Confirm with client all the dredger solutions and design
c. Make production plan
d. Make purchasing plan
e. Make test plan
f. Complete production drawing review
2. production
a. Assign production tasks according to production drawings and production plans
b. The quality control department supervises the production process
c. Third party acceptance personnel check in
3. Testing
a. Each step of production is subject to production testing, quality inspection testing and third-party testing
b. All welds require nondestructive inspection
c. Conduct in river functional test after all production
d. Functional tests include normal functional tests and abnormal operation testse. Invite customer worker to attend in functional acceptance testing
PRODUCTION AND TESTING DREDGER
Ⅳ. TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION
a. Rough test volume and weight
b. Make sea inquiry and confirm delivery timepackage
c. Arrange vehicle transport to port
d. Delivery monitoring
e. Track transportation
f. The customer asks the agent for customs clearance preparation
g. After customs clearance, arrange transportation to the site
Ⅴ. INSTALLATION & TEATING
a. Get the assembly site ready before the goods arrive
b. Site assembly location needs to be considered where launching the dredger
c. Contact the crane, start with two, later is enough
d. After installation, add engine oil, hydraulic oil, diesel
e. The electric system and hydraulic system need to be debugged first
f. Hydraulic system with the emergency system for testing, auxiliary engine temporarily do not start
g. Spud pillars and anchors are not installed first
INSTALLATION AND TEATING
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h. Contact the launch dredger company
i. Better get in the water with an air bag
j. After launching to river, install positioning piles and anchors
k. Start and test the auxiliary engine first
l. Use auxiliary engine for whole system adjustment
m. Electric system, hydraulic system, water cooling system whole flow regulation
n. Start main engine, pump water test
o. Fully test whole system
p. Preliminary test completed
Ⅵ. TRAINING
For the dredger master
a. The function of all operation panel training
b. Explanation of all cabin equipment
c. Hydraulic system explanation
d. Explanation of circuit system
e. Cooling system explanation
f. Emergency system explanation
For the mechanic
a. The function of all operation panel training
b. Explain all the features in depth of all cabin equipment
c. Hydraulic system explanation
d. Explanation of electric system
e. Cooling system explanation
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TRAINING
Ⅵ. FINISHING
a. Notes for subsequent operations
b. Daily maintenance record
c. After-sales support tracking