Organisations that realise the benefits of having an integrity management plan always stay ahead in the overall game.

Unexpected and frequent show-stopping failures of equipment in service often impacts the bottom- line and this ends up derailing all IRR and ROI assumptions. Cash flow projections and projected current ratios become unpredictable if these failures happen too often. To avoid such situations, it is critical to maintain the integrity of your assets.

Mechanical and structural failures in service can happen in aging and newer plants. Proper inspections and theoretical analyses are required, supported by mathematical modelling and numerical analyses.

Established procedures of failure analysis can predict the behaviour of a fracture process and evaluate the equipment or structure under the applied loading. This prevents failure of large equipment to the smallest component and assures their functionality and reliability, in addition to safety.

Here is a structural integrity management plan which needs engineering support in terms of depth of knowledge, problem solving and decision making, to provide fit for purpose solutions. Managing structural integrity is the key to ensure engineered structure to remain safe and productive during and beyond its design life.

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