Organize with standard naming conventions, create custom properties, or define components.
Add, edit, and modify assets across the facility in an easy-to-use interface.
Nomenclators allow you to personalize drop-downs and naming conventions of 15+ asset property fields. “Call it what you want” without compromising the integrity of your data.
Design Minimum Thickness calculations and material stresses included for API 650/653, ASME Section VIII Div 1, B31.1, B31.3, B31.4, and B31.8 standards.
Go beyond the data fields in MI Suite. If you track additional information for your fixed equipment, create additional fields to capture, report, and visualize this data.
Files can be linked to each of the assets for quick referencing and document management. Asset-relevant files and information are democratized and accessible across the organization.
Trade the filing cabinet for enhanced, digital record keeping on the Mechanical Integrity Suite. Inspection data is stored securely and accessible across the organization for improved decision making and optimized maintenance actions.
Inspection Work Planning in the MI Suite increases production with customizable strategies to streamline maintenance planning and data capture with either risk-based or time-based inspection methods.
The most common approach is a time-based methodology, and as either a visual or close inspection or a combination of both, which may then be supplemented by a percentage of detailed inspection at a set inspection period.
Examines the health and safety environment and business risk of ‘active’ and ‘potential’ damage to assess and rank failure probability and consequence. This ranking is used to optimize inspection intervals while mitigating risks.
The path to better data and more efficient operations starts here. Contact us to learn how we can streamline your enterprise asset management workflow in these areas:
Inspection Work Planning enables focus on high-risk components for improved resource allocation and decision-making for field technicians and asset managers.
Inspection work plans contain relevant information of each asset and their inspection methods/intervals. When new inspection plans are initiated, they can be distributed electronically or printed via PDF.
Inspection work orders are derived from the tasks outlined in the Inspection Work Plans. This helps keep track of the activities completed with oversight from management with task completion approvals.
Inspection history is attached to an asset's record; it includes inspection date, minimum thickness, results, and more. The Previous History record serves as the foundation for re-assessing risk and asset inspection plan creation.
All component history states and Non-Conformances are logged in a Previous Inspection entry and tracked separately for clear progression of critical repair tasks.
The Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) module is a feature-rich tool for thickness data collection and analysis. Inspection data from field technicians is uploaded via the shooter sheet to calculate corrosion rates and remaining lives of asset components. Preventive maintenance strategies can then be planned for based on findings.
All component history states and Non-Conformances are logged in a Previous Inspection entry and tracked separately for a clear view of critical repair tasks.
Condition Monitoring Locations (CMLs) are defined per asset. Within each CML, the properties can be specified, along with the location descriptions of each thickness location on the CML.
The Shooter Sheet provides a CML inventory and portal through which all the thickness readings are input into the module after they have been defined in CML Properties.
A thickness reading record is kept for every CML inputted into the software to ensure proper record keeping and to perform corrosion rate calculations.
All calculations for short term corrosion rate, long term corrosion rate, minimum thickness, corrosion allowance, remaining life, and half-life are displayed for each of the CML’s defined for the asset of interest. All calculations can be organized and exported in excel or PDF.
Perform API-compliant internal/external visual inspections directly on a mobile device. Add photos directly to reports and sync inspection data in real-time from anywhere.
The Mechanical Integrity Suite is a purpose-built tool that provides enterprise-level oversight of asset inspection, maintenance, and compliance metrics. Regardless of facility size or complexity, have a clear understanding of where your program stands.
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