Welding and Repair of High Temperature Plant
This Joining Processes Technical Group Meeting (TGM) event will be hosted at the Granta Centre (Great Abington, Cambridge) on March 18, 2020. The focus of the event will be based on the Welding and Repair of High Temperature Steels, looking in detail at the processes involved with this welding technique.
Why is the Welding and Repair of High Temperature Plants important?
Industry led objectives to produce life-extension techniques for structures are becoming increasingly prevalent due to the costs and economic impacts of ageing power generation and process plants. It is important for you as a welding engineer, production manager, designer or a personnel associated with the repair of creep resistant steels to keep your knowledge up to date with industry standards and practices.
The main topics that will be covered in the Technical Group Meeting include:
- Cladding of pressure vessels
- The welding and weld repair of creep resistant steels
- Welding repair of high temperature plants
- Additive manufacture of high alloy components
- Orbital welding for repair and replacement
- Trailblazer welder apprenticeship standards
Why should you attend?
- Technical Group Meetings are one of The Institute’s Membership Benefits therefore allowing Members to attend this event at a discounted price
- Attendance enables you to gain CPD points
- It is an opportunity to network
- It also allows you to develop and further your knowledge of this joining process
To find out more about the event and enrol:
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