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That's Harsh! Composite Repairs and Harsh Chemicals
Dealing with harsh chemicals in a process environment can be aggressive and detrimental to a composite repair system. Understanding the limitations and capabilities of chemical compatibilities and resistance of the system is a critical step to successful usage. Join us as we review some of the concerns and how the risk of chemical attack can be negated by proper resin development and qualification testing.

Sep 1, 2020 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Matt Green
Vice President of Technical Services @CSNRI
CSNRI Vice President of Technical Services Matt Green leads the company’s global technical department, which encompasses engineering, training, and education. Since 2006, he has presented training and education seminars around the world on non-metallic composite repair systems and their applications on pipelines and piping networks. He is an active member of the Nonmetallic Composite Repair Subcommittee for ASME PCC-2 Articles 4.1 – 4.3 and has published multiple papers for conferences and technical articles for industry-related publications. He holds a BS in Engineering Physics, with a minor in Mathematics from Northeastern State University in Oklahoma.
Brad Whelan
Senior Piping Engineer @CSNRI
Brad Whelan is the Senior Engineer for the Downstream Market in ClockSpring|NRI’s Composites Division. As the Senior Engineer, he oversees the day-to-day technical aspects of repair applications in refineries, chemical plants, utility plants and processing sites in the US and Canada while developing and managing the design engineering tools used worldwide. He has a B.S in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M and 10 years combined experience of composites in aerospace applications and industrial repair. His key interests today concern advancing the proper use of composite repairs through industry committees, governmental regulation advisory and public design standards.