Sentinel Integrity Solutions is a full service inspection company.

We pride ourselves on unsurpassed reliability, dedication, and professionalism exhibited by our personnel.

We distinguish ourselves through customer-centric services and unparalleled responsiveness.

 

 Asset Integrity Management

 

Sentinel Integrity Solutions’ AIM System  (AIMS) – The Asset Integrity Management System (AIMS) is a grass roots program developed completely in-house by Sentinel Integrity Solutions, Inc.  The AIM System is comprised of authentically created works, creations, spreadsheets, processes, procedures, work flows, strategies, methodologies, and related proprietary software modules. The AIM System  provides safe, cost effective solutions in the development, implementation, optimization; and ever greening of either risk based or traditional time based mechanical integrity programs within the Refining, Chemical, Petrochemical, Oil and Gas, Pipeline, and Power Industries.

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 Turnaround Services

 

Sentinel Integrity Solutions can provide qualified and experienced personnel to augment the resources available to handle turnaround planning and scheduling, manage the turnaround activities, and assist in the startup of the facilities to minimize the out-of-service time.

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 On-Stream Support

 

Sentinel Integrity Solutions is an industry leader in providing on-stream maintenance inspection, also known as continuous run and maintain inspection services or “Resident Inspectors” for our clients worldwide. Sentinel Integrity Solutions has the experience and the personnel to support any major Refinery or Petrochemical plants inspection program as well as smaller run and maintain operations.

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Sentinel Integrity Solutions's Inspectioneering Content

November/December 2016 Inspectioneering Journal
By Blake Stermer at Sentinel Integrity Solutions

As the industry strives to maintain PSM/OSHA compliance through owner/user mechanical integrity programs, inspection professionals should fully understand technical standards to generate an adequate repair recommendation or request further inspection and testing

What Is Refractory?
July/August 2016 Inspectioneering Journal
By Jackson Espinoza at Sentinel Integrity Solutions

An explanation of refractory including its uses and recent advancements in abrasion-resistant materials, dry-out/cure times, improved installation methods, and anchoring systems.

Advanced NDT for Plant Life Assessment
March/April 2016 Inspectioneering Journal
By Mike Brown at Sentinel Integrity Solutions

While there are many types of advanced NDT, this article will focus on the use of acoustics and electromagnetism as the bases for conducting examinations.

The Importance of Selecting the Appropriate Inspection Method
November/December 2015 Inspectioneering Journal
By Mike Brown at Sentinel Integrity Solutions

It is often best to rely on properly trained and experienced inspection service providers to determine the proper method for any inspection project. Thus, inspection companies can suggest utilizing the most effective and efficient inspection techniques that will result in the highest probability of detection (POD), while potentially saving the facility operators’ time, effort, and capital.

Testing and Inspection Methods to Improve the Life Cycle of Refractory
March/April 2015 Inspectioneering Journal
By Jeremy Wimberly at Sentinel Integrity Solutions

Refractory materials have significantly evolved during the past 15 years, testing technology is much more sophisticated, and the need for test technicians to be properly trained and experienced to use that technology is much more important than it has been in the past. Today, operators know that to ensure at least five to six year run times on processing units, production baffle testing and material prequalification and inspection processes and results are absolutely critical.

November/December 2014 Inspectioneering Journal
By Scott Corey at Sentinel Integrity Solutions Inc.

One of the major challenges inspectors and plant operators face after each turnaround is to ensure that all repair and scope work is and was completed in accordance with the client’s requirements. Sometimes that verification will be to ensure work was completed in conjunction with the applicable codes, and sometimes that it was completed in conjunction with the client’s own in-house specifications.

A Roadmap for Successful Turnaround  Inspections, Part II: Turnaround Inspection Execution
July/August 2014 Inspectioneering Journal
By Scott Corey at Sentinel Integrity Solutions Inc.

In this issue of Inspectioneering Journal, I detail a roadmap for inspection activities during turnaround executions. This roadmap includes the critical elements of turnaround inspections, the keys to optimizing inspection activities, and the emerging challenges and solutions during these projects.

A Roadmap for Successful Turnaround Inspections, Part I:  Pre-turnaround Inspection Planning
March/April 2014 Inspectioneering Journal
By Scott Corey at Sentinel Integrity Solutions Inc.

Periodically, oil refinery and petrochemical plant operating companies conduct complex turnarounds for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to, scheduled maintenance, facility upgrades, and code compliance. In this series of articles published in Inspectioneering Journal, I will begin by detailing a roadmap for pre-turnaround inspection planning activities.

News
Press Release, September 8, 2014

Sentinel Integrity Solutions, Inc., a leading inspection and mechanical integrity solutions provider, announced the addition of Eddyfi’s SHARCK probe to its nondestructive testing technology offerings.