|Service Type||Residual Life Assessment|
|Usage/Application||Power plant components such as boilers, heat exchangers, headers, condensers, feed water heaters|
|Service Duration||5 days|
|Service Location||Pan India|
Residual Life Assessment (RLA) involves determination of the remaining time during which the fit-for-service characteristics of the plant or equipment will be maintained. It determines the time up to which the component will work successfully without breakdowns, faults or leaks, from the present.
RLA is important in order to maintain efficient operation of a process plant unit and avoid failures of critical equipment which would lead to increased downtime and may cause a safety hazard. RLA can be carried out on pressure vessels, piping, storage tanks, valves, pumps, compressors, boilers, turbines and other such equipment that operates under harsh conditions of high temperatures and pressures.