Maverick Applied Science will be hosting their 6th Annual Plant Engineers Forum next month
Maverick Applied Science is welcoming their ‘biggest and best’ Plant Engineers Forum for Nonmetallics yet with fresh new programming and a brand-new venue.
April 25th, Palmetto, FL–From May 24th-25th, Maverick Applied Science will be hosting its 6th Annual Plant Engineer’s Forum for Nonmetallics. Formerly held in Downtown Bradenton, Maverick Applied Science has decided to move the Forum to a new and larger modern venue in Sarasota, FL. This Forum is an opportunity for plant engineers and other professionals to listen to informative presentations and participate in thought-provoking discussions impacting areas of procurement, engineering, operations, inspections, and maintenance.
The Forum features 17 captivating presentations focusing on a variety of topics in nonmetallic equipment, including thermoplastic, FRP and dual laminate piping, tanks and vessels. With a new program of expert speakers, attendees will be given a fresh new perspective on best practices in manufacturing, materials and reliability. Maverick Applied Science is also introducing breakout sessions led by industry experts to the programming for the first time. Breaking into smaller groups gives attendees an opportunity to communicate and share ideas with the subject matter experts and fellow professionals in their field. Attendees will also have the opportunity to earn 16 PDH credits by participating in the forum.
Jeff Eisenman, President of Maverick Applied Science, explains why he began this forum seven years ago: “We wanted to create a setting where Plant Engineers, Operators and Designers could take a deep dive into these materials so that they would be better prepared to make decisions related to their process equipment performance and reliability.”
Those who have attended the Plant Engineer’s Forum for Nonmetallics in the past describe it as a one-of-a-kind, educational opportunity to enhance knowledge of nonmetallic materials and equipment. Tom Haber, Quality Assurance Program Manager at Maverick Applied Science, and recurring speaker at the Plant Engineer’s Forum, explains why he believes this is a can’t-miss event: “Any Plant Engineer or Plant Maintenance person who has an upcoming project that will include non-metallic equipment would benefit greatly from attending this forum. In addition to the knowledge offered in the presentations, there are numerous opportunities to talk directly with non-metallic equipment industry leaders and to expand your network of knowledge.”
To Register and view the Technical Program, visit the Maverick Applied Science website at www.MaverickAppliedScience.com. Note, registration fees are waived for plant owners, operators, and design engineers. There are very limited spots available. Registration closes on May 15th.
To handle your FRP needs, Maverick Applied Science is an internationally recognized expert in the field of engineering and inspections of FRP solutions for corrosive applications. Since 1999, they have built their reputation on personal service, advanced FRP technology and proven FRP engineering practices. While some engineering firms continue to shy away from fiberglass reinforced plastic solutions, Maverick embraces the opportunity to solve corrosion challenges, using nonmetallic materials, while proving their reliability and excellent performances.
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