Joanna Folse, Pinnacle Engineering Lead, and Fred Addington, Pinnacle Principal of Corrosion Technology, are published in the May 2019 issue of Hydrocarbon Processing.

The featured article, “Four key benefits of an integrity operating window (IOW) implementation,” discusses how IOW implementation can make robust mechanical integrity programs more effective at understanding the various parameters that affect asset integrity so that inspections can be planned accordingly. The full article can be accessed on Hydrocarbon Processing’s website.

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The May 2019 Issue features a variety of topics such as cloud-based condition monitoring, oil flushing, pump sealing, and more. To access the magazine, visit:

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