Glass Reinforcements, The Basic and Best Practices

Tom Haber is the Quality Assurance Program Manager for Maverick Applied Science.  From project coordination to field service and inspection, Tom has been involved in the Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) industry for over 25 years, covering most aspects of non-metallic shop manufacturing, field manufacturing and inspection.  Tom is currently the Chairman of the American Welding Society's G1 Committee on the Joining of Plastics and Composites, the Chairman of the ASME NPPS NM.2 Fabrication and Examination Subgroup of FRP Pressure Piping and he is also an active member of the ASME RTP-1 Subcommittee on Materials and Quality Assurance.

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Glass Reinforcements, The Basic and Best Practices

Presented by Tom Haber at the 3rd Annual Plant Engineer's FRP Forum.  Tom is the Quality Assurance Program Manager for Maverick Applied Science.  From project coordination to field service and inspection, Tom has been involved in Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) industry for over 25 years.