CVS Valve Management
By using CVS Manager™ to monitor the performance of valves over periods of time, or by comparing service requirements against CVS' extensive knowledge database, the team can accurately predict when valve or component failures are likely to occur.
Making use of this knowledge allows CVS to create a planned maintenance schedule which will all but eliminate failures leading to costly unplanned shutdowns.
CVS' internal processes and procedures are all designed to meet the stringent offshore requirements, and CVS apply the same standards when working onshore which CVS believes sets it apart from its competitors.
CVS Manager™ is a bespoke in-house asset management system, which has been developed to allow CVS to manage its internal workflow, customer asset data and its comprehensive valve management offering.
The system is web-based, allowing clients who choose to do so to access information regarding progress on individual jobs, shutdowns, and overhaul projects; as well as accessing historical information on valve performance and planned maintenance schedules.
Typically clients can track orders, retrieve test data, specifications and other drawings or important data.
Although the system is intuitive and simple to use, all clients receive full training in its use to make sure that they can gain full advantage from this unique and flexible software tool.
CVS operate throughout the UK and overseas to offer clients 'The Smart Solution' for complete valve management. This usually starts with a detailed site survey by one of a team of dedicated instrumentation and control valve engineers. A report follows giving full specifications of equipment as well as location information and condition reports.
Once the scope of work is approved by the client, CVS can overhaul valves both offshore in one of its workshop containers and onshore at its specialized valve workshop. Either way engineers can be mobilized to re-install and commission equipment.
CVS work very closely with clients to understand the critical components of their flow control systems with a comprehensive site survey of every valve to be serviced before a plan is created to detail all the service requirements.
This information held within a specialized asset management system known as CVS Manager™ and client's have their own dedicated area accessed through a secure web portal.
The system gives complete visibility and flexibility for both clients and CVS when developing complicated planned maintenance schedules.