Available to RETA 2020 Virtual Conference Registered Attendees and Exhibitors
RETA 2020 Virtual Conference Welcome Bag Offer
Custom NDT Consultation
1 Hour Consultative Session
Schedule Session by October 29, 2020
Request deadline extended through Friday November 6, 2020
Testing is in a critical adoption phase for many facilities in our industry. Leverage our 20+ years of expertise in ammonia refrigeration system testing technology and application.
We are offering an obligation-free, dedicated consultative virtual meeting. You can invite your team and your customers if you like. In this session (customarily only available to our customers) we will answer questions, offer recommendations and provide guidance to support your company’s education and objectives related to testing.
You decide the focus for the session. We will answer questions, offer recommendations and provide guidance to support your company’s education and objectives related to testing. You can get a crash course in NDT technologies and their applicability to refrigeration or the new testing requirements under the ANSI/IIAR 6 Standard. Request help developing acceptable tolerance limits for your system or tap into creative ways to source testing for your facility to meet PSM requirements within the parameters of a strict budget. We can provide technology demonstrations and review your P&ID’s, system pictures and your past evaluations.
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We will try to accommodate all schedule requests.
Your Consultative Support Team
Directs initiatives to ensure GGS customers and colleagues benefit from tailored, sustainable testing solutions with an eye towards mechanical integrity and compliance. Well-versed in the application of NDT in ammonia refrigeration, Eddie is a regular speaker at RETA Chapter meetings.
On the RETA Board and the Chairman of this year’s conference. He began his 30+ years in the practice of NDT as an on-site technicians at facilities in multiple industries across the globe. Jim is an instructor for UW Madison Industrial Refrigeration Consortium for a course in the Principles and Practices of Mechanical Integrity for Industrial Refrigeration Systems, and is on the BSR/IIAR CO2 Standard Subcommittee and IIAR 6 Standard Subcommittee.