“They have met their goals of making materials data more reliable, traceable, and searchable”
Capture and retain critical data on mechanical performance, corrosion behavior, wear, and fluid compatibility. Understand the impact of factors like temperature, salinity, and pressure. Support procedures such as those described in the API 579 / ASME FFS “Fitness for Service” Standard, through discipline in gathering and using test data.
Respond fast when equipment needs maintenance or repair, with powerful tools for material substitution and equivalence. Get the right data at your fingertips and make informed decisions on which materials to use, considering mechanical performance, corrosion, cost, and more
Access quality reference data on typical industry materials. Examples: the complete list of European steel standards; property data for alloys from Standards bodies including ASTM, AISI, ASME, and API; over 70,000 polymer datasheets; the NIMS creep and fatigue data; and the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Part II-D, Materials.
Enable best practice strategies to minimize substance risk and access practical analytics, reporting, and decision-making tools.
The impact of materials information on productivity, innovation, cost, and risk in the engineering enterprise