the Stuart McElrath Company
since 1994

SMC will furnish a complete set of detailed engineering drawings used in the project along with all manufactures drawings, parts lists, recommended spares and safety sheets.

This document bundle will be used for supplier/contractor bidding, fabrication, installation and provide a reference for system maintenance and future modifications.
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Rocker Assembly |   Arc furnace rocker assembly weldment to replace worn casting which no longer has a pattern available from the manufacture.  
Detailed engineering drawings are the heart of any project. A thoroughly detailed set of drawings will not only reduce the cost of a project when being reviewed for biding by contractors or suppliers, but will also save money during the installation or assembly by eliminating costly rework.

The Stuart McElrath Company can furnish a complete set of detailed engineering drawings. This includes all necessary installation drawings complete with a detailed list of components used in the system. A typical drawing package consists of, but is not limited to, the following:
Typical Detailed Engineering Drawings that can be Provided     General Arrangement (plot, building, project & local area, etc.)
Elevations and Cross-Sections
(detailed assemble view information)
Equipment Installation
(detailed information for install and utilities)
(building, equipment, silo's, pits, etc.)
(i.e. water, compressed air, natural gas, etc.)
(including dust hoods, work booths etc.)
Building (typically integrated from the manufacture)
Structural Steel (silo's, platforms, access ladders, etc.)
At SMC detail drawings are prepared on professional grade CAD Workstations running both 2D and 3D Software. As required, a mobile workstation is used on the job site to make existing facilities drawings.

The generation of engineering drawings is time consuming. To help speed up this process, SMC has numerous engineering design spreadsheets and a large number of CAD equipment and parts libraries.

During the course of a project, drawings files will be updated as necessary to reflect in changes that occurred during the project. Once the project is complete, a copy of all drawing files will be given to the customer in either AutoCAD or DXF format. A full set of Adobe PDF files will also be provided to the customer for quick reference.