Structural integrity management is fundamental to ensure safe and the most productive operational life of assets. Structural integrity analyses covers a full range of activities of inspection and monitoring, material evaluations and remaining life assessment, stress and fatigue analyses, remediation and repairs. Effective structural integrity management minimises the risk of catastrophic failure and the likelihood of having to take components out of service, maximises operational efficiency, and promotes asset life extension.

We offer a wide range of services for a vast field of operations includes oil, gas and chemical plants, refineries, pipelines, power plants and many others. Our multidisciplinary team is committed to providing our services with the highest performance and the most additional value to customers. We combine our knowledge across different engineering areas to protect the structural integrity of our customers' assets.

The principle of our structural integrity analysis is to find answers to three mutual questions:

  • Where is/could be a problem?
  • What is/could be the cause of the problem?
  • How a problem can be solved?

Main results of our structural integrity analysis are:

  • Assessment of the degradation mechanisms.
  • Planning and choosing of appropriate inspection activities.
  • Suggestions of solutions to achieve safer, cheaper and longest service life.

Structural integrity services cover the following fields:

  • Provision of visual inspections and interpretation of visual inspection results.
  • Calculate and evaluate corrosion trends.
  • Determine remaining lifetime.
  • Determine inspection intervals.
  • Analyses of vibrations and fatigue of steel structures, pipelines and components.
  • Evaluation of inspection data, maintenance and repair procedures assessment.
  • Detailed numerical structural stress analyses by using finite element methods.
  • Analyses of structural failures – troubleshooting.
  • Planning of non-destructive testing inspections, including the processing of evaluation of identified flaws by using of fitness-for-service methods.