Often companies are looking for a cost-effective asset integrity model. Yet they also need to be robust. This will assist the transition into more optimised maintenance, operational management. Also, there is a need to be a configurable system that can be adapted using internationally accepted codes and standards to meet asset performance goals.

RBI methodology is a proven tool for optimisation

Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) methodology described in API RP 580/581 is a proven tool for optimisation of inspection, monitoring and maintenance activities. The output of RBI analyses is an inspection plan, with active damage mechanisms, recommended inspection techniques, and due dates for inspections.

RBLX software developed by LifeTech Engineering is a powerful tool

It can be used for performing RBI analysis which is currently used by many companies globally. Firstly because of its ability to create and keep track of inspection schedules for various equipment. Secondly, it can record the results of each inspection for later review and analysis. RBLX make a major step-change to Mechanical Integrity (MI) programs.

Asset integrity teams have a huge inspection, monitoring and maintenance data that are impossible to manually process

Companies look for a software solution which can not only perform RBI analysis of their asset but also, preferably satisfy other critical company requirements. Capabilities of RBLX in the documentation, classification and processing of asset data make it a world-class MI management tool, besides being an RBI performer. Although there are many vendors claiming their software is in compliance with API 580/581, however, there is a limited number of RBI programs that satisfy clients’ supplementary requirements.

RBLX provides continual auditability of data and reports

It has outstanding damage mechanism library and also provides administrative control on accounts and users. In addition, there are options for web-based and desktop installation, integrated inspection data management opportunity, and can import and export data to and from Excel spreadsheets. RBLX supports the ability to embed regulatory content and automatically generate inspection plans based on inspection codes & requirements. It also supports both semi-quantitative and quantitative RBI calculators and estimates the consequence of failures based on user-defined consequence data. The software seamlessly integrates between RBI calculators, inspection findings, and NDT results, including active damage mechanisms.

To find out more about this RBLX software please contact us and discover the new cost-effective asset integrity model you’ve been searching for.

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