Proper Maintenance & Improved Reliability
Reliability Maintenance & Monitoring
Reduce Downtime & Decrease Costs
Ensuring the reliability and proper maintenance of your assets reduces downtime and decreases costs. Whether CANEIL works with you at this stage through our total asset integrity solution or simply to optimize a portion of this stage, we have the skills to help you monitor your assets to create efficient maintenance and improve the reliability of your assets.
Client Value from CANEIL
CANEIL consistently provides client value by:
The CANEIL Difference
CANEIL can step in at any stage of the reliability, maintenance, and monitoring process, or as part of the total asset integrity solution. Our professionals have experience with historical data review and analysis in multiple jurisdictions across North America. We can perform end-to-end services: That’s the CANEIL advantage.
Failure analysis identifies and rectifies the root cause of failures that have occurred. Failure analysis improves future product development (methods used prior to installation of the asset) and refines process development (methods used during the asset’s lifespan). CANEIL develops, maintains, and refines the failure analysis process using methods including, but not limited to:
- Failure Modes & (Criticality) Effects Analysis
- Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA) and Hazard & Operability Analysis (HAZOP)
- Root Cause Failure Analysis (collecting, preparing and analysis of material).
CANEIL specializes in failure analysis and determining root causes including failure due to creep and brittle fracture.
Incident investigation uses many of the methods used in failure analysis, but is more common for non-conformities related to jurisdictional and industry standard rules and regulations. In general, corrective actions are documented to reduce the number of non-conformance incidents. CANEIL develops incident investigation programs and procedures, as well as completing incident investigations.
CANEIL engineers develop and maintain MOC programs and procedures for our clients. Our licensed engineers develop and approve process and instrumentation diagrams and line designation tables. We can also use our customers’ MOC to document changes to assets.
From small-scale monitoring to plant-wide corrosion surveys, CANEIL has the know-how to effectively carry out corrosion surveys, including but not limited to: the creation, execution, analysis, and management of the corrosion survey. Our engineers, inspectors, and technicians take your corrosion survey from the initial planning stages, including circuitization and damage mechanisms, through location selection, port installation, and long-term corrosion rate monitoring.
Baseline and follow-up corrosion surveys of condition/thickness monitoring locations (CMLs/TMLs) provide CANEIL’s clients with data needed to make accurate estimates of equipment condition and corrosion damage rates for shutdown, maintenance, and lifespan planning.
From pressure vessels to pipelines, CANEIL understands processes common to a variety of industries and can predict, monitor, and evaluate changes in processes that affect our clients’ equipment. CANEIL’s engineers and inspectors have process optimization experience, making us a leader in process monitoring.
We offer secondary containment liner installation, inspection, and repair in the oil and gas Industries. CANEIL offers a selection of engineered solutions for environmental protection by containing spills in the following areas:
- tank farms
- compressor stations
- well sites
- oil batteries
- transloading facilities
CANEIL reviews client needs and recommends solutions for assets when those assets are no longer used. We provide environmental evaluations, continued monitoring, and decommissioning for when our clients’ assets have reached end of life.
Don’t waste time waiting for or working on data that’s incomplete or inaccurate. CANEIL provides operational data to the right person in the right format the first time. Working with software experts, we have technology which we use to collect data as close to the source as possible, and we use quality control to collect this data. Once collected, we present the data in a ready-to-use format specific to its application.
CANEIL reviews and evaluates our clients’ current overpressure protection system design to determine what changes are necessary to protect assets from overpressure damage, and to improve their safety and reliability.
Our customers benefit from our engineers’ presence in their offices or on their work sites. CANEIL recruits and employs engineers trained in the following disciplines:
- mechanical engineering
- materials engineering
- process engineering
- electrical and Instrumentation engineering
- civil structural engineering
Our site engineers have the CANEIL office of professionals at their disposal. This access provides a second level of assurance to our clients when it comes to finding optimal solutions to unexpected problems.