Aside from the expected software improvements from a decade of development (including a remote server-based architecture, dedicated thermodynamics engine, and smattering of user interface and stability improvements), Salus has become an industry-leading flagship of relief systems design.
Evergreening and Revision Control
Salus sets the bar for providing an ongoing evergreen solution for relief systems documentation.
|Managing mitigation options, MOCs, and project revisions is simplified with our revision management, system states, and approvals.|
We recognize there is a range of user experience, normal staffing changes, and engineers who might be accustomed to other tools for relief analysis.
Salus provides a simplistic workflow to simplify the learning curve for any user and ensure a intuitive progression for each relief systems analysis.
Relief systems data isn’t confined to the few heroes who provide the engineering analysis.
All users have access to the read-only Data Insights Portal where users from other disciplines can data mine, export, and generate reports.
|Inlet Stability Analysis||Inlet Stability analysis can help determine the need for installation modifications based on the force balance and critical line length criteria, potentially avoiding costly piping modifications.|
|Atmospheric Screening||With built-in atmospheric screening functionality, the user can quickly determine the need for detailed dispersion modeling on a case-by-case basis.|
Where is Salus going now?
With the help of early adaptors, Salus 3.0 will provide even more improvements:
- Single Sign-On support
- Improved integrations for corporate data warehousing and digital twin initiatives
- Improved Scenario Management
- Calculation queues
- Improved scenario management
- Multi-language support
- Improved report engine