High Energy Piping ‐ Avoid Cracking Under Pressure
10 AM EST on December 19, 2014
Presenter: Pamela Hamblin ‐ Director of Development & Operations 4‐SYTE Systems Thielsch Engineering, Inc.
As high energy piping systems age, the risk of piping failure increases. Prolonged operation, particularly at elevated temperatures, results in metallurgical degradation increasing the potential for cracking and crack propagation until a final failure stage is reached by the component. As a result, power plant operators have become progressively aware of the importance of condition assessments for high‐energy piping systems. The industry standard “cookie cutter” approach is not a suitable solution to maintain the integrity of high energy piping systems in today’s competitive market.
Global Risk Consultants in cooperation with Thielsch Engineering will be hosting this one hour webinar at 10 AM EST, on December 19, 2014. Registration is free. The webinar will examine a unit specific strategic approach to piping management including the following considerations:
This comprehensive approach has resulted in avoiding both catastrophic and leak type failures for plants utilizing the strategy. Implementing a unit specific, targeted plan enables utility owners and operators to succeed in today’s competitive market by increasing the unit’s reliability and availability without sacrificing operational or environmental safety.
Space is limited ‐ reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/441007742
For more information about this webinar contact your GRC representative.
Global Risk Consultants, a TÜV SÜD company, is a global leader in unbundled property loss control. We possess over 50 years’ experience and are able to provide the expertise necessary to respond to a multitude of risk management strategies. Our strengths are our independence, extensive resources, global presence, strong market credibility, and long‐term client relationships. Additional information can be found at www.globalriskconsultants.com.
Thielsch Engineering, Inc. has more than 30 years of advanced engineering experience and provides extensive services to more than 150 power plants each year. For more information, go to http://www.thielsch.com/.