Our mission is to help our clients reduce and manage episodic risk and improve the safety of their work environments so they can worry less and focus more on what they do best.
Dr. Melhem is an internationally renowned expert in the areas of pressure relief and flare systems design, chemical reaction systems, process safety, and risk analysis. As the founder of ioMosaic, he has over 25 years of engineering and process safety experience, and has participated in numerous risk management, consequence analysis, and quantitative risk assessment studies for commercial and government clients.
“We knew we were getting the best company to do this work.”
“I was blown away. The project was completed under time and under budget.”
“Did quality work and communication was good throughout the project. ioMosaic’s work was important in order to understand the physical risk our equipment may have. ioMosaic’s work product was a key input to our final risk assessment.”
“Fantastic job, no complaints at all, everything was completed on time and as expected.”
“For us it was not just short term but long term value added to be able to continue working with ioMosaic on additional PRV management projects. ioMosaic exceeded expectations as well as completed additional scope within original time frame.”
“Top guys in the field and I knew ioMosaic would do a good job. Gave us a second pair of eyes and picked up on things we missed.”
“The ioMosaic personnel are good to work with. They are experienced and were able to work quickly within our budget.”
“ioMosaic knew what they needed to do, they delivered what they needed to deliver and they did so in a very timely manner. No extra effort needed on our side. The client got what they wanted and were pleased. That's what matters.”
A refinery wanted to ensure that pressure relief capacity was adequate for the loss of liquid seal scenario in a high-pressure separator (2,000 psig). Also, they were concerned about the pressure waves that would occur in the high-pressure separator’s outlet lines on rapid closing of the isolation valves.
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