In the design and engineering phase, we determine the technical specifications and design of the desired installation. We make detailed drawings and draw up the specifications. We determine which materials and equipment are needed for construction and optimal operation of the installation. We have all the disciplines required for this in-house.

All the knowledge in one team

The team at Brusche Process Technology includes specialists in process engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and automation.


Our process engineers map the overall desired process or problem in your process. They identify possible inefficiencies, bottlenecks and opportunities for improvement. To do so, they create a heat and mass balance and they prepare process flow diagrams (PFDs). They then develop a plan to improve the process or design an efficient process. This translates into a process and instrumentation diagram.


Our mechanical engineers do the technical calculations, including stress calculations. They work out the basic design in detail using SolidWorks, a 3D CAD software program for creating, simulating and analyzing complex mechanical designs. They create a plot plan with the schematic placement of piping and equipment.


We make proposals visually insightful, so you get a good idea of what the solution will look like in practice.

Total solution

Our unique cooperation with Brusche Elektrotechneik allows us to offer a total solution. Brusche Elektrotechneik’s automation engineers provide the electrical installation and full automation of measurement, control and actuators of the process. Together, we provide a plug-and-play solution that can be quickly and easily implemented and integrated into existing systems.

Process safety

When developing a process plant, attention to safety is essential. We can identify potentially dangerous situations already during the design process by performing a HAZOP study. HAZOP (Hazard and Operability study) is a systematic method for identifying hazards and undesirable situations in industrial plants, among others. Based on the results of the study, appropriate measures can be taken to reduce or eliminate the risks.


SIL (Safety Integrity Level) is a method of ensuring the safety level of the entire process. It is determined by performing a risk analysis and then determining what safety instrumentation is needed to reduce the risks to an acceptable level.

Permits and funding

If you choose the proposed solution and want us to build the plant, we can support you in obtaining any permits and financing for the project.