Why do you need a Mechanical Integrity program?
We provide engineering services for tank and vessel integrity programs for companies like yours so that you can be confident that you minimize unscheduled downtime, safety and environmental risks and at the same time maximize the benefits of your inspection dollars. Our engineers are experienced, hands-on field and office professionals that you can count on.
Beyond the obvious financial issues associated with maintaining equipment there are three reasons why every company should have a mechanical integrity:
- To protect personnel
- To help prevent disasters
- To protect our environment
In addition, state-to-state laws apply specifically to some aspects of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel codes along with federal requirements from OSHA and the EPA, such as SPCC, PSM and BMP. As if things were not confusing enough, there are also individual guidelines available from TAPPI, NACE, STI and others.
Do you have a Mechanical Integrity program in place to periodically inspect and evaluate your pressure vessels, pressure piping and storage tanks? Is your Mechanical Integrity program taking advantage of inspections from a corrosion-engineering standpoint? How qualified are the personnel who are inspecting your tanks?
Whether chemical, pharmaceutical or pulp and paper, ATS provides turn-key Mechanical Integrity programs completely customized to suit your company's unique requirements.