MATERIALS & CORROSION
Estimate Remaining Life & Manage Risk
Proactively Create Safe Operating Environments
Pressure, temperature, stress, corrosion…so many potential risks, what could go wrong?
Over time, these risks may result in significant operational or maintenance costs in process units. By proactively managing the lifecycle of pressure vessels, storage tanks, and piping, you will identify potential damage mechanisms, create safe operating environments, and extend the equipment’s remaining life.
We are the leaders in the lifecycle management of industrial manufacturing and processing facilities. We leverage our extensive experience with state-of-the-art technology to provide practical design, operation, and inspection considerations to manage risk and maximize the damage tolerance of equipment in process units, including pressure vessels, tanks, heat exchangers, and piping.
Learn More About Materials & Corrosion From E2G's Experts
Improve safety and reliability
Develop inspection plans
Avoid costly equipment downtime
Identify areas of vulnerability
Materials & Corrosion Consulting Service Areas
Combine mechanistic damage modeling with fitness-for-service (FFS) rules to predict HTHA, estimate remaining life, and develop practical inspection recommendations.
Account for high-temperature material properties and perform Omega creep tests and accurate remaining life assessments.
Hot tap assessments combine fluid dynamics and sensitivity analysis modeling to determine in-service equipment mechanical load and design, risk of weld cracking, and other unintended reactions.
Materials & Corrosion Expertise
Our team of corrosion and metallurgy experts combine their extensive experience with state-of-the-art technology to create safe operating environments while also guiding equipment design, material selection, inspection strategies, weld repair techniques, and process optimization.
Our M&C experts:
- Have 350+ years of combined field experience
- Pioneered development of FFS and RBI
- Are the primary authors on WRC 528 and WRC 562
- Served as lead investigators on API 579 and API 571
- Provide emergency onsite support within 24 hours