Lifecycle Management is defined as the process of managing the entire lifecycle of fixed pressurized equipment including new construction, in-service use, repair if required, and retirement. The key elements of the LCM framework are Damage Mechanism Identification, Construction codes and standards, in service inspection codes, FFS Standard, and Post Construction & Repair guidelines.
The benefits of implementing a LCM system are improved safety & risk reduction, optimization of construction, management of future maintenance and inspection costs, maximization of equipment availability, and regulatory compliance.
The Equity Engineering Practices® (EEPs) are a collection of detailed and customizable Best Practices integrated with a customizable management system provided to satisfy the requirements of Process Safety Management (PSM). Originally developed over two decades ago, the EEPs have been used on countless capital and maintenance projects across multiple industry segments and have been continuously updated and expanded to align with changing Recommended and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices (RAGAGEP) requirements.
E2G software is authored and developed by our experts. Many of whom serve as leaders in industry committees (API/ASME 579, API 581, 520, ASME B31.3) and are focused on continually improving the software with the latest committee approved changes often before they have been published.
E2G’s state-of-the-art software is available as traditional desktop packages and now is offered as WebTool solutions through the Equity Engineering Cloud (eec). The WebTools represent the next generation delivery of our trusted software solutions with the ease and convenience of no installation or maintenance. These cloud-based tools run on any compatible web browser and can be accessed using a smartphone or tablet allowing the user the flexibility to do complex calculations in a user-friendly environment. Updates and improvements are continuously provided on this platform due to its cloud-based nature.