Holistic Chemical and Corrosion Management Software
Veracity CCM offers a modern and proactive approach to managing our clients’ chemical and corrosion management requirements. The user-friendly interface provides a common analysis platform resulting in data driven decision making.
Industry failure data tells us that corrosion is responsible for repeated and widespread mechanical integrity failures many of which are avoidable and result in significant direct and indirect consequences for operators.
Industry has historically understood integrity management as an inspection biased process. Inspection does, however, have many limitations and is ultimately somewhat reactive, as it seeks to identify degradation once it has already occurred.
As part of the corrosion management strategy, operators often seek to mitigate corrosion risk, implement corrosion control and improve flow assurance by effective chemical treatment programs (e.g. corrosion inhibitor). Although recommended, these are often set up and managed by third-party chemical suppliers, creating a conflict of interest.
AIE considers most of the existing integrity, inspection, chemical and corrosion management programs to be inefficient, expensive and reactive. We promote a modern, proactive, and holistic strategy for managing our clients’ assets and improving corrosion prediction and mitigation.
Veracity CCM includes customised databases for all chemical and corrosion monitoring requirements.
Users are given pre-determined access rights to enable secure global data access on demand.
Data can be linked to multiple documents which are then securely stored against visual KPI summary boards, allowing users to easily target areas of concern and efficiently access key information. KPI’s can be linked to multiple piping circuits, equipment and pipelines where deemed relevant.
Veracity CCM ensures operators set up their chemical and corrosion management systems via a controlled and engineered work-flow process.
The software follows a segmentation philosophy whereby a facility is divided into systems according to the different process and environmental conditions.
With the corrosion threats populated, the matrix setup tool then assigns monitoring and mitigation techniques with appropriate thresholds to the selected threat categories according to the material selection (e.g. carbon steel or corrosion resistant alloy).
Matrix setup is pre-populated but can also be customized to suit any industry or operating requirement such as sand production monitoring for erosion prediction.
Veracity CCM is configured for immediate data upload to conserve operator resources.
The software provides a user-friendly platform for cross-disciplinary representatives to evaluate corrosion data against pre-defined thresholds.
Veracity CCM is flexible and allows graphical representation of data (such as corrosion rates and, cathodic protection test point data) enabling users to compare trends and make efficient data-driven decisions.
Veracity CCM includes a planning module which links activities to assigned action owners. The software also communicates overdue tasks and directs reminder notifications to users when actions are not completed in time. An action tracking system is also included for non-routine activities.
If the operators choose to alternatively use their existing centralised maintenance management system to drive the asset integrity management program, then the software can be customised to integrate with the asset specific CMMS.
The software includes multiple reporting options which can be further tailored to meet client requirements.
Reports can be generated at different levels according to the intended audience. From high level management summary reports to detailed status updates which include long-term trends and in-depth analysis for each KPI.
Veracity CCM offers an immediate reporting solution aimed to minimise resources and deliver quality.
Veracity CCM also includes an analytics tool which facilitates internal corrosion assessments by allowing plotting of various parameters including wall thickness measurements on a single graph.