UTComp shares FRP fitness-for-service best practices at Chlorine Institute meeting UTComp founder and CTO Geoff Clarkson provided best practices for assessing fitness for service of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) equipment in a talk at The Chlorine Institute’s industry consortium meeting in San … [Read more...] about UTComp presents on FRP fitness for service at Chlorine Institute 2022 Fall Meeting
One of the world’s leading chemical companies turned to UTComp recently for expertise in composite inspection and engineering to assess the condition of an FRP vent stack at a plant in Texas that manufactures chemicals for the agriculture industry. In order to maximize the value and safe performance … [Read more...] about Case Study: Inspection and Engineering Review of FRP Vent Stack
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
Tank Inspections offers UltraAnalytix® Inspection in the UK. A thorough inspection based on the UltraAnalytix® technology and their experience in manufacturing GRP tanks is what sets them apart. Learn more about them here. … [Read more...] about Licensee spotlight: Tank Inspections
UTComp is thrilled to share that Geoff Clarkson, Chief Technical Officer and developer of the UltraAnalytix® System a 2019 qualified nominee for Canada’s most prestigious award in Innovation - Ernest C. Manning Award. This is in recognition for his development of the patented UltraAnalytix® … [Read more...] about Geoff Clarkson nominated for the E.C. Manning Award!
December 2018 As I sit at my computer to write this message, there is a soft snow falling outside and I hear my team hustling and bustling at their desks. Like elves, we are all working hard to get the final reports and information out to our customers and licensees before the holiday break. It … [Read more...] about 10 years and still going…
Reduce confined space entry to keep workers safe and operations running Confined space entry to inspect, service or clean equipment is a necessary — but inherently dangerous, and expensive — task in many industries. Every year, millions of workers in a wide range of sectors enter confined … [Read more...] about Towards Zero Confined Space Entry