• Maverick performed a plant audit of FRP piping and pipe support arrangements for FGD Systems and auxiliary piping in the process unit. The plant audit included examining over 2,200 lineal feet of FRP piping ranging from 2 inches to 4 feet in diameter for proper materials of construction, manufacturing quality and compliance with defined installation requirements. Pipe supports were reviewed for sensibility with accepted design practices and methodology. Support construction and functionality were examined for stiffness, load distribution and use of shear collars.

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Performance Conditions and Applications for High Temperature Resins

Presented by Michael G. Stevens at the 3rd Annual Plant Engineer's FRP Forum.  Mike is currently a Principal Scientist in Ashland Composites.  His responsibilities include handling technical support and development of corrosion resistant and fire retardant resin systems.