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The Many Installation Techniques of Composite Repairs
We've all heard the phrase "there's more than one way to skin a cat." Well with composite repair systems, there are also many ways and techniques used for field installation. This TEC talk will go into detail on some of the various, successful methods and techniques used for installation in the field based on what type of repair system, pipe details, and environmental limitations.

Jan 12, 2021 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.
Tammy Bomia
Director of Education and Technical Services @CSNRI
Tammy Bomia is the Director of Education and Technical Services for CSNRI, based in Riviera Beach, Florida. She has over 20 years of experience with composites in training, product development and failure review in the pipeline industry. Tammy has been instrumental in the development of composites used for mechanical protection for HDD applications, large defect leak repair for the Air Force and trained the original Deadliest Catch fishermen on composite repairs. Tammy currently leads the training and educational programs division of CSNRI for the Western Hemisphere. As a member of various industry organizations and committees, she understands the codes, regulations and best practices relating to composites. Tammy has been a NACE committee member for nearly twenty years, holds a CIP Level I certification and has published several articles in industry related publications.