Why Asset Integrity Management Matters
Why Do We Need Asset Integrity Programs?
An effective Mechanical / Asset Integrity program provides assurance that a facility's equipment and assets are designed, fabricated, procured, installed and maintained in a manner appropriate for its intended application, throughout the life of the operation. As a risk management program, asset integrity management (AIM) focuses on the core elements of safety, environmental protection, reliability, regulatory compliance and data management.
Fixed Equipment Inspection and Certification
In order to protect their licenses to operate, facility owners must verify that their in-service equipment demonstrates the appropriate levels of safety, integrity
Corrosion Under Insulation
Operators are seeking the most advanced and data-driven technical solutions to support a full lifecycle approach for controlling the risk of corrosion. Corrosion management and AIM should be integrated as part of an overall cost-effective maintenance effort that optimizes service life, safety