Water Treatment Failure Analysis Consultants
Failure Analysis Consulting
Important business initiatives require dedicated guidance to provide coherent and concise advice to protect the interests of all stakeholders. Our consulting professionals become part of our client’s team and work hard to develop cost-effective solutions, with regards to the specific requirements of the client’s organization.
Our certified project management consultants will commence with comprehensive interviews with personnel as well as direct observation of the day-to-day business operations, to perform an all-inclusive analysis to assess your current position and needs. As a project management advisor, we use an intricate approach is designed to give our team a better understanding of the current organizational needs and help us identify which areas may be in need of improvement.
Our wastewater, water treatment, and desalination consulting services aim to:
- Reduce Costs
- Increase Customer Satisfaction
- Streamline Business Processes
- Manage Timelines
- Simplify Decision-Making Processes
- Align Structure with Strategy
- Develop strategies to pursue growth and create value in an uncertain and volatile environment
- Engineer organizations for success through our distinctive combination of multifaceted industry knowledge, field-tested approaches, and proven methodologies
- Develop and execute strategies to achieve organizational goals.
- Help clients run their day-to-day operations more effectively, so they can do more with fewer resources
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OUR FAILURE ANALYSIS CONSULTING SERVICES AIM TO: Find the Root Cause of Failure
Failure analysis is the science and technique of understanding how materials and products fail. Furthermore, failure analysis involves investigating the cause of failure, usually with the aim of taking corrective action to solve the problem and mitigate against further failures. When a component no longer performs its intended function, it is valuable to understand how and why it has failed. Failure analysis is a critical part of understanding what went wrong, what could have been done to prevent the failure, and how one might prevent similar failures. Additionally, failure analysis can prevent future asset and product failures in addition to providing protection against potentially dangerous risks to people, property, and the environment. Any type of failure is undesirable; nonetheless, the consequences in certain applications may exceed inconvenience or cost and may become critical or life-threatening to the extent that even one failure, no matter how rare, would be considered unacceptable. History demonstrates that most failures are not extraordinary events, they are often foreseeable and some are quite preventable. One should not always look at the negative side of failure analysis as an activity, which tries to find the wrong things in material, design, production, installation, and service.
On the contrary, an objective failure analysis can lead to several positive consequences:
- A valuable knowledge base, which can be used to great advantage in preventing further failure events
- To improve the products and services
- To increase the useful life of critical infrastructure
- To optimize the economic factors
- To increase the safety of critical infrastructure
Our consulting services and failure analysis process requires careful observation of several critical factors including planning, material selection, installation, service conditions, repairs, and environmental effects.
Reasons That You Should Perform Failure Analysis Testing
The failure analysis process provides numerous benefits including but not limited to financial, legal, and safety-related outcomes.
Understand the Root Cause of Failure
Identifying the root cause is often the fundamental part of the failure analysis process. This involves data collection to ascertain whether failure occurred due to manufacturing defect, material defect, or misuse.
Prevent Asset or Product Failures
Corrective actions can be taken to prevent a recurrence of the problem once the cause of failure has been determined
Improve Future Products and Processes
Manufacturing processes and product designs can be enhanced due to an understanding of the failure mode, not only to prevent the problem from occurring again but also to prevent expensive legal action or replacements in addition to protecting your company’s reputation.
Prevent Financial Losses and Penalties from Failed Components
Failure analysis can prevent and/or mitigate adverse events like costly outages, production/work stoppage, or expensive legal action.
Determine Liability for Failure
Failure analysis will not only determine the root cause of the failure but may also assign liability for the failure. This can be used in legal proceedings to not only apportion blame but also protect your company from litigation.