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Asset Integrity Management 

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Asset Integrity Management (AIM) solutions manage facility assets, including pressure vessels, piping, storage tanks, fired heaters, and rotating equipment, to gain maximum value from the asset over its lifetime while maintaining safety to personnel, community, and the environment.

AIM solutions in practice require involvement from design, maintenance, reliability, inspection, and process operation sectors of the business to ensure all are working conjointly to achieve the asset’s potential.

Quest Integrity and TEAM have experienced engineers and technicians with in-depth knowledge in equipment design, solution design, asset integrity management, risk-based inspection, mechanical integrity, asset data management, data analysis, fitness-for–service and remaining life.

Our mission is to achieve maximum value from owner / user assets as measured by production capacity, useful life of equipment and reliability during operating periods. The implementation of an Asset Integrity Management program helps to ensure effective planning for future maintenance, repair and replacement needs.

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  • AIM Software
    Quest Integrity partner with Asset Integrity and Asset Performance Management software vendors to provide a dynamic software solution designs for Asset Integrity & Life-Cycle Management.
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SOLUTIONS RELATED TO ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT

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RISK BASED INSPECTION

A business process optimization methodology used to prioritize and establish inspection plans for equipment based on Health, Safety, Environmental and other business risks.

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CORROSION CONSULTING AND MANAGEMENT

Extensive expertise in materials degradation, high temperature and severely corrosive environments.

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FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE AND REMAINING LIFE

A multi-disciplinary approach to evaluate structural components to determine if they are fit for continued service.

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