Whether Resources Are Limited and Problems Are Numerous, MTI Is Your Partner To Help You Overcome Your Challenges!
Increase your company’s engineering resources with rapid access to MTI’s technical reports, books, and network of knowledge. MTI is where the world’s leading CPI, Oil & Gas, and other process industries companies collaborate on practical, plant-applicable projects and share their expertise with fellow member companies – cutting substantial costs associated with funding their own research initiatives.
If you improve your company’s reliability, then you also improve its safety and profitability performance. The Materials Technology Institute is a corporate-only membership organization where the world’s most respected chemical processing companies tap into decades of groundbreaking research, network with many of the industry’s best engineers, and collaborate on projects that solve some of today’s biggest engineering problems. MTI is truly the hub of materials engineering answers and training for process industries professionals. Learn more about the benefits of membership below.
If you’re like many companies in the Processing Industries, funding research projects to find solutions to your challenges can be cost prohibitive. That’s where the power of MTI membership pays off – tenfold! MTI funds practical, non-proprietary studies on the selection, design, fabrication, testing, inspection, and performance of materials of construction used in CPI, Oil & Gas, and related applications. Unique research projects are at MTI’s core and provides many member companies with an immediate return on investment. Learn more about just a fraction of MTI’s many projects below.
Managing Aging Plants Conference & Expos
MTI and meeting producer/publisher KCI will be co-hosting the third in a series of Managing Aging Plants (MAPs) Conference and Expos at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, November 9-10, 2016. For more information visit: www.managingagingplants.com.
FRP Inspection Training Program
MTI is offering three FRP Inspection Training classes. The session is designed for plant, engineering or materials personnel and inspectors, to improve their knowledge and understanding. For more information about the program, dates and locations, please visit: www.mti-frptraining.org.