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NDT.net Issue - 2010-03 - NEWS
2010-03 NDT.net Journal,

SGS Webinar on Mechanical Integrity Inspection in Capital Projects


SGS SA6, Geneva [Switzerland]
 
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2010-03
The SGS Competence Center Asset Integrity Management invites you to attend a free 60-minute webinar on the role of mechanical integrity inspection in capital projects.

It has been a common practice in the industry to wait until a new process unit has been placed into service before performing the initial inspection to establish corrosion rates of new piping systems. However, incorporation of mechanical integrity into capital projects ensures compliance with regulatory requirements, and results in significant technical and economic advantages

The objectives of this webinar are to provide owner/user inspection agencies with

  • Justification for involvement in capital projects
  • Examples of techniques for effective involvement in capital projects
  • Justification for vendor surveillance
  • Advantages and a technical basis for performing pre-service baseline inspections

Dates:

  • Thurs, 25 March 2010, 2 sessions
  • Fri, 26 March 2010, 1 session
  • Tues, 13 April 2010, 2 sessions
  • Wed, 14 April 2010, 1 session

View the full schedule and sign up

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