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Fielding Forge - 500 Tons - High Pressure Hydraulic Press - System Upgrade - Pipework Replacement Project.

  • 15 Mar 2021
  • 6:00 PM
  • Via Zoom
  • 78

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  • For all members of The Welding Institute

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Members of the West and East Midlands Branch of The Welding Institute are invited to attend this technical talk. 

Overview: This talk will illustrate how the speaker surmounted a number of challenges to Project StartUp! Through his experience, Dennis will illustrate the challenges faced by engineers at a high performance engineering company engaged in manufacturing .components for high performance motor sport and aerospace based in the East Midlands. Their challenge was to replace the 50 year old high pressure hydraulic pipework system as part of an overall upgrade the system. The greatest challenge was to source a replacement flange and fitting it to the main high pressure hydraulic valve body, which in turn would be welded to the new pipework NDE- Testing was also required before the work could be commissioned in readiness for Project StartUp

Speaker Dennis Johnson Technical Engineer (JPW Ltd)

Speaker Biography: Dennis is Technical Director of JPW Ltd. He is also an Accredited Responsible Welding Coordinator (RwC) acting on behalf of fabrication and welding companies on a contract basis. Dennis has a broad base of experience covering more than 40 Years in, coded welding, pipe fabrication, NDT Testing, weld inspection - (including Crane inspections and weld failure Investigations), hot tap welding/line stopple – QAIQC, vendor assurance surveys for global oil and gas, power regeneration and renewables. In addition to specialist welding repairs in Ferrous & Non Ferrous Alloys, Dennis has acted as "Weld Expert" at Rolls Royce/Barnoldswick, in 2016 on a secondment lntertek.

Dennis is a Committee Member of West Midlands Branch, a member of The Welding Institute, the British lnstitute of NDT, the lnternational lnstitute of Risk Safety Management and the International Society for Condition Monitoring.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Attending this event supports your professional development.  You can claim 2 CPD points per hour for this event.  As a member of the Welding Institute you can record your CPD activity online from your membership portal.


Additional Information:

  • This is a live event only
  • Registration will close24 hours before the start of the event

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