Geoff Clarkson was interviewed back in November 2019 regarding the long misunderstood fibreglass reinforced polymer for performance and longevity. Read more on this very informative article. … [Read more...] about The Toughness of Tanks
Our Office will be closed for the Christmas Holidays from Wednesday, December 25th, 2019 through till Wednesday, January 1st, 2020. We will re-open Thursday, January 2nd, 2020. Happy Holidays! … [Read more...] about Holiday Office Hours
Cambridge, Ontario engineer Geoff Clarkson receives the Ernest C. Manning Innovation Awards’ David E. Mitchell Award of Distinction for pioneering work in composite materials reliability and safety Cambridge, Ont., Canada, October 24, 2019 – UTComp Inc. is thrilled to announce that Geoff … [Read more...] about UTComp’s Geoff Clarkson wins 2019 Manning Innovation Award
Earlier this year, Geoff Clarkson received exciting news that he was nominated for the E.C. Manning Award. E.C. Manning Award is one of Canada’s most prestigious award for Innovation. I got a chance to sit down with this busy inventor to ask him a couple questions regarding the nomination. Geoff, … [Read more...] about Interview with Geoff Clarkson on his recent nomination for the E.C. Manning Award Official
A new article by Geoff Clarkson, UTComp’s founder and Chief Technical Officer, has been published in Inspectioneering Journal's July/August 2019 issue. Bridging Acoustic Emission Testing and Ultrasonics for FRP The use of Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) for vessels and piping in the chemical … [Read more...] about Bridging Acoustic Emission Testing and Ultrasonics for FRP
For those of you who are unfamiliar with UTComp™ and our core products, UltraAnalytix™ and QCAnalytix™, let me give you a quick summary. UltraAnalytix™ UltraAnalytix is, simply put, the only non-destructive inspection method in the world that can provide quantitative, measurable and accurate data … [Read more...] about QCAnalytix: A Composite Manufacturing Innovation that will set you apart from your competitors
Can an In-Service Composite Fin Fan Blade be Inspected? OVERVIEW An accurate inspection procedure for fin fan blades is available to identify blades at risk of failure. With this information the Owner will be able to make the right decisions about replacement planning, including … [Read more...] about Case Study: Fin Fan Blade – Can an In-Service Composite Fin Fan Blade be Inspected?
UTComp continues to contribute towards the advancement of composite material inspection and engineering with their latest patent. The U.S. Patent 10,295,506, titled “ULTRASOUND TRANSDUCER WITH REDUCED APERTURE DELAY LINE”, will be issued on May 21, 2019. Chief Technical Officer Geoff Clarkson … [Read more...] about Another U.S. patent granted to Cambridge based Engineering firm