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Boiler Inspection Services Company Remaining Life Assessment Program.
a piece of plant equipment is considered at the end of its useful life
when it is no longer safe to operate, repairs would not be economically
feasible versus replacement costs or it is no longer economically
attractive to operate it. The Remaining Life Assessment Program
addresses these concerns through five fundamental objectives:
Determine the physical condition of your equipment.
Assure that the equipment is in a safe condition for continued operation.
Predict the remaining useful life of the equipment and all major components.
Make recommendations to extend the remaining life.
Provide you with repair/replace options, recommendations and (optional) cost analysis.
These objectives are accomplished through a program of inspection,
testing, evaluation, loss prevention and engineering that includes the
two basic stages of the Remaining Life Assessment Program:
Remaining life assessment
We complete each project with a detailed and comprehensive report that
provides you with the answers that you need in a clear, concise,
organized and easy to use format. Although reports will vary slightly
based on the particulars of a given project, your report will typically