Understand Your Applications’ Fitness for Service

Understanding when a piece of equipment has come to the end of its lifecycle is crucial, particularly in an aging facility. Used especially in the oil and gas, and chemical processing industries, Fitness for Service is a best practice and standard that determines a piece of in-service equipment’s fitness for continued service. By using the Fitness for Service standard, engineers are able to determine flaw acceptance limits, as well as differentiate between acceptable and unacceptable flaws and damages, based on the industry the equipment is being used for. 

To be held on December 9th and 10th at the Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria, the Managing Aging Plants USA Conference & Expo 2020 will feature a Fitness for Service Workshop, which will discuss Fitness for Service methods, determining the remaining life of applications in aging facilities, and evaluating repairs.  

To be part of the Managing Aging Plants USA 2020 Fitness for Service Workshop, please contact Conference Coordinator, Catarina Muia, at +1-647-992-7030 or c.muia@kci-world.com.
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