Internal Corrosion Manager

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Internal Corrosion Manager (ICM)

Manage and Align Your Internal Corrosion Data

Internal Corrosion Manager is an integrated data collection, analysis, and reporting solution based on industry and regulatory expertise. It is suitable for managing internal corrosion programs at the enterprise level. ICM is an important tool for an operators’ pipeline management program. The software:

  • Captures, manages and analyzes internal corrosion data for pipeline networks
  • Supports compliance with audit reporting and operational scheduling to avoid delinquencies
  • Provides cost/benefit analysis for chemical treatment and other mitigation strategies
  • Correlates historical data for troubleshooting and critical decision support
Overview
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Overview

Why Choose Internal Corrosion Manager?

  • Ensure Compliance With Regulations – ICM collects and analyzes data for all components of the internal corrosion program to comply with DOT 49 CFR Parts 192.475-477 and 195.579. It includes data for chemical treatment coupons, probes, sas/liquid/solids samples, dewatering and more.
  • Streamline Operations and Minimize Costs – Visualize actual measurements versus targets from relevant sources and tune operations with confidence for treatment injection rates, dewatering frequencies and more.
  • Enhanced Troubleshooting via Stream Mapping – Accurately map the process streams in the pipeline network, and determine which measurement points are affected by a given input (injection point, tank feed, or pipeline lateral).
  • Share Critical Data Throughout Your Organization – Share accurate, critical data throughout your organization.
  • Easy Integration With Other Systems – Reliably import data from operations, labs, and chemical vendors in a variety of formats. Exchange data with GIS, risk assessment, work management, and other external applications

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Example

Example: The optimal injection rate can be determined (and avoid overtreatment) by monitoring the inhibitor injection rate, the residual concentration, and the corrosion rate (probe measuring MPY) of a stream over time.

Optimal treatment rate reduces corrosion risk and avoids costs of wasted inhibitor.

Working with existing chemical treatment programs, ICM makes it possible to scale across the enterprise by tracking effectiveness of all treated streams with one integrated application.