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Reliability and safety in high integrity pipework

Author : Event speaker

17 November 2009

As a global leader in silicones and silicone based technology, Dow Corning’s commitment to continuous process improvement has seen it develop a focused and disciplined approach to achieving reliability and safety in high integrity pipework and vessels.

Global leader in silicones
Global leader in silicones

Over the last ten years, the company has evolved management systems that combine procedures, products and technologies which have substantially benefited both operational performance and maintenance regimes.

As part of this learning, some traditional approaches have been completely abandoned and new technologies have been embraced. 

Frank Perrin is the Senior Mechanical Engineering Specialist at Dow Corning, Barry. He will share some of his experiences and give practical advise on safe operation in the hazardous area.

This is a paper being presented at the HazardEx 2010 conference

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