Performing periodic inspections and managing corrosion control while adhering to federal regulation 49 CFR 192 Part 1 and other state and company mandates is a tough feat. Today’s inefficient paper practices compromise the quality of inspection data collected. Automate your entire cathodic protection inspection program with iRestore. Deploy iRestore apps in weeks and generate a net positive ROI in months!
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iRestore Platform Feature
Be Confident in the Quality of Your CP Inspection Data
Eliminate error-prone paper practices and capture inspection data for 49 CFR 192 Part 1 forms in real-time with one touch using iRestore’s CP Manager app. Now, with timely inspection data in one place, you can easily measure and improve CP performance over time.
Provide Management Visibility and Facilitate CP Program Rollout
A web portal provides enterprise-wide visibility into CP program compliance by region, inspector and facility type and allows you to configure state and company mandates for each utility. And with point-n-click, management can easily report their 49 CFR 192 Part 1 and related rules compliance to their safety board, or state or federal regulators.
Automate Corrosion Inspections and Boost Productivity
iRestore’s CP Manager app creates a verifiable, GPS location-tagged and time-stamped CP inspection record at each inspection location. With the Bluetooth connect feature, inspection data such as pipe-to-soil voltage can be entered “hands-free” into the app from a digital wireless multimeter.
Powerful Apps for Utility Operations
Launch and Integrate in 3 Simple Steps
- Deploy iRestore and immediately gain better documentation with photos on a real-time portal capturing GPS data
- Sync all iRestore inspection data with your mains and services as a GIS layer via plug-in API
- Complete a two-way integration with the work or asset management system of your choice (SAP or Maximo)
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