MTI Offering Three-day Dual Laminate and FRP Training in Europe

By MTI Admin posted 03-24-2022 09:00 AM


The Materials Technology Institute (MTI) will be offering a comprehensive three-day Dual Laminate and FRP Training Course in Europe in 2022. Date and location are to be determined. The course will cover a wide range of valuable information, including FRP and Dual Laminate materials and design fundamentals, manufacturing techniques for pipe and equipment, applicable codes and testing, fabricator qualification, installation, inspection, and repair options, as well as a review of case histories.

Instructors for the course have successfully completed numerous FRP and Dual Laminate projects and learned important lessons from a few mistakes along the way. These experts have more than 125 years combined experience and bring a wide range of subject matter knowledge to the table. Information covered in this Dual Laminate and FRP training course is not currently available anywhere else in industry.

The training is intended for personnel involved in procurement, inspection, reliability and maintenance of FRP and Dual Laminate equipment and piping. This training is especially beneficial for personnel new to the use of FRP and Dual Laminates. The material provides unique, practical information for inspection and maintenance of these materials of construction that is not available elsewhere.


Members $115

Non-members: $1150

Please check back for more information and registration in the coming weeks.

Case Study Clip: Dual Laminate Training – November 2021
“Dual Laminate equipment is particularly useful when working with applications so challenging that metallic alternatives are very unattractive or not compatible.” Hardin Wells, Albemarle, MTI Dual Laminate Training Instructor – November 2021.

“When it comes to inspection of new equipment, it’s important to make an effort up front to paint a clear picture for fabrication, specification, IPP, weld maps, and so forth. Here’s an example of what can go wrong if there isn’t enough interaction between a fabricator and end user. The column in this particular example failed after 18 months.”