August 17, 2020

A new partnership agreement between Add Energy’s Asset and Integrity Management division and inspection and technology firm LifeTech Engineering Ltd, will help plant and asset owners assess essential maintenance work.

The two companies have partnered to develop an approach that analyses the associated risks of inspection or maintenance delay, and offers the justifications required for postponing shutdown or turnaround (TAR) activities when it is safe to do so. This solution will allow operators to concentrate on only essential maintenance and inspection activity, minimise asset downtime and reduce costs.

The collaboration will bring together LifeTech Engineering’s proprietary integrity and inspection solutions and Add Energy extensive maintenance management expertise to deliver a Turnaround Delay Feasibility Assessment. This assessment identifies essential maintenance work and activity that can be safely delayed as well as providing a non-intrusive inspection solution. Using a data-focused approach, a maintenance management programme will be created to support operational uptime and cost efficiencies. Read more…