Possibly an overlooked industry segment, waste incineration facilities dispose of some of the most hazardous and corrosive by-products produced by the chemical process industry. Due to the broad range of materials handled by these facilities, fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) is frequently the preferred choice as the construction material for process equipment. Find out why in this free, downloadable white paper.

Contents include discussions of:

  • System Requirements
  • Project Approach
  • Design Considerations
  • Case history using FRP equipment in a Wet Electro-Statis Precipitator (WESP) vapor collection system

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An Introduction to the New ASME NM.2 Standard for FRP Piping

Presented by Jeff Eisenman, P.E. at the 2nd Annual Plant Engineer’s FRP Forum. Jeff is Vice Chair of the ASME NM.2 Subcommittee for FRP. This subcommittee has been working on a new standard for ASME for the last 6 years. This standard will be available through ASME near the end of year. Jeff discusses the contents, impacts and benefits of the new standard to industry. Please take a few minutes to watch this presentation.

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