Plant Corrosion Management Services


  • Familiar with various corrosion damage mechanisms, causes and mitigations.
  • Preparation of Inspection procedures for all kind of static equipments which includes surface cleaning requirement, safety requirement, area of interest for various inspection techniques based on the type of damages expected due to service, inspection / NDT techniques to be used, equipments to be used, critical area where access required for Inspection, personnel qualification and requirements.
  • Can develop inspection strategy for Pressure piping, static equipments, tanks, structures such as GVIs, CVIs, CUI / Dead legs inspection, etc.
  • Preparation of on-stream and Shutdown Annual Inspection Plans with work scope based on criticality and previous operating history.
  • Inspection of all kind of static equipment and piping and review of inspection reports / evaluation of findings.
  • Preparation of repair procedures and monitoring repair works.
  • Fit-for-service / Anomalies / Integrity assessment of Pressure vessels, Pressure piping, Storage tanks as per relevant API / ASME codes.
  • Familiar with various types of degradation methods
  • Familiar with various types of degradation mechanisms, effective monitoring techniques, mitigations.
  • Scheduling and monitoring maintenance inspection and testing of PSVs and maintaining records.
  • Maintaining and updating of inspection data and records of all inspection activities, equipment-wise, which primarily include on-stream inspection data, assessment data, repair procedures and repair / replacement works carried out, etc.

Risk Based Inspection (SHELL - RBI, API & Custom Build Approaches)

In RISK BASED INSPECTION services, each piece of equipment has its own, tailored inspection plan that includes probable damage mechanisms, inspection planning requirements, locations and methods for inspection, future inspection intervals and a RBA, which takes into account process conditions, materials of construction, current condition, and the effects of downtime associated with a failure. Results of this assessment provide the end user with detailed information as to when and why inspection intervals are set as well as why access is needed to certain areas of the equipment. Our team of engineers, with knowledge in all areas of mechanical integrity, materials of construction, and process controls provide simplified assessments without the major cost of highly quantitative and cumbersome RBAs

On Steam Inspection

On Steam Inspection performed For :
1. Leaks: All leaks shall be located and reported. Special attention shall be given to Tee Joints, RF Pads; small bore connections like Vents & Bleeders and Valves.
2. Misalignment: All misalignment shall be noted and reported.
3. Pipe Supports: Bare Pipes are supported on Wear Pads and Insulated Pipes are supported by Shoe Supports at all support locations. All supports shall be inspected to check for whether proper support is used, for missing, misalignment, improper welding, general corrosion, etc.
4. Vibrations, if any shall be noted and reported.
5. External corrosion shall be noted and reported: External corrosion can take place for the following reasons. All observations and extent of corrosion and metal loss shall be captured during the inspections.
a) Atmospheric corrosion
b) Steam impingement, Salt Water dripping, Oil dripping, etc.
c) Fouling of Pipelines with each other
d) Painting, Insulation damages – all damages shall be reported. Any damage which can be serious threat to the Pipeline integrity shall be thoroughly inspected and suitable replacement or repairs shall be marked.
e) Mechanical damage, sagging, etc.
6. Internal corrosion shall be noted and reported. Any major loss of thickness shall be Reported Inspection Engineer.
Agency shall prepare all Reporting Formats, viz. Reporting, Sketching, etc. and get its approval from clients Inspection Engineer in-charge before starting of the job. Comprehensive Inspection and thickness measurement shall be immediately started after approval of Isometric Sketch and TML/CML by client Inspection Engineer.

Remaining Life Assessment

RLA is an Assessment Service to determine the remaining economic lifetime of the equipment in the power plant system by using certain technology, test, measurement, and also processing of operation and maintenance data so the best decisions in further asset management can be taken in advance. This assessment covers a broad range of process industries and power/utility industries. We determine the remaining life of critical components through rigorous analysis of thermal/ mechanical stresses, natural frequencies and mode shapes, crack initiation, crack propagation and creep. In addition, we supplement this with a full line of stress and vibration testing

Asset Integrity Management

MIH Corrosion Management Team is providing full Asset Integrity solutions for all your Assets as detailed below. We have full range software solutions to cater our clients various requirements in Asset Integrity Management.

  • Development of the facility 3D models
  • Design review
  • Fitness for Service Level 1,2,3 if needed
  • Detail overall study of the plant configuration and data.
  • Defining of corrosion loops.
  • Defining of damage mechanism for each corrosion loop
  • Defining of damage factors.
  • Defining of PoF calculation methodology.
  • Defining of CoF calculation methodology.
  • Defining of the equipment risk matrix.
  • Development of corrosion loop on P&ID.
  • Defining of inspection plan and revision based on reassessment results.

This shall include type and extent of examinations, inspection interval, CML

  • Prepare RBI reassessment methodology documents and other deliverables.

Fitness For Services (FFS)

In FFS evaluations services include comprehensive strength calculations and flaw criteria to determine if a tank/vessel is still capable of operating safely – even if, for example, there is a crack in a weld or a locally corroded area leaves the remaining thickness below the design code’s minimum required value. FFS evaluation methods are less conservative than design and in-service codes and standards, providing a whole new level of evaluating flaws to determine if the affected equipment truly is worth repairing or can be left in service, as is.

Cathodic Protection Services

Cathodic protection is an electrical method of preventing corrosion of metallic structures in electrolytes such as soil or water. It has widespread application on underground pipelines, and is increasingly used as cost-effective corrosion control for many buried and immersed structures such as water storage tanks, lock gates and dams, steel pilings, underground storage tanks, well casings, ship hulls and holds, water treatment equipment, trash racks and screens Whether new or existing facility MIH Team helps our customers assure long equipment and structure life through Project Consultancy/Training, Site Survey and Reports, Design & Detail Engineering, Material/Equipment sourcing, Installation Supervision, Testing & Commissioning and Maintenance Supervision of Corrosion Control/Protection system.



Coating & Painting Inspection

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