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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

5:00 PM - 8:30 PM

NDT Reference Standards

[Board Meeting: 5:00 - 6:00 pm (open to all members)]
Social: 6:00 - 6:45 pm
Dinner: 6:45 pm
Speaker: 7:30 - 8:30 pm

Speakers: Mr. Phil Herman Jr.
President/CEO
PH Tool Reference Standards
www.phtool.com

Abstract:

NDT reference standards are a primary element of all NDT procedures, detection capability and reliability. “All cracks are not created equal” and responses vary with crack size and characteristics. In like manner, “All EDM (electrodischarge machined) notches are not created equal and the integrity of the reference standard is an essential element to the integrity of an inspection result. Differences in reference standards (and resultant NDE responses) become even more important when an inspection is performed at more than one location. This is NDT Reference Standards 101 and is your chance to learn, ask questions and enjoy.

NDT Reference Standards:

  • What are they?
  • How are they made?
  • Why do I need them?
  • And, why are they so expensive?
About the Speaker:

Phil Herman Jr. is President/CEO of PH Tool Reference Standards in Telford, PA. The company was started in 1972 by Founder/CTO Phil Herman Sr, and is a leader in the design and manufacture of Reference Standards and Test Blocks for UT, ET, MT, PT and RT. They specialize in EDM notch standards in tube, pipe, turbine blades, bolt holes, medical implants and other parts primarily in UT and ET.  This discussion will cover the origins of making standards, EDM notch and flat bottom hole basics, machining of odd and unusual calibration blocks, inspection and certification to NIST, and much more.

Prior to joining PH Tool in 1991, Phil worked in Program Management in the defense electronics industry for eight years for RCA-Camden NJ and American Electronic Labs in Colmar PA. Phil is a graduate of Drexel University (BA - Accounting, 1983) and Villanova University (MBA - Business, 1990) and lives in Erwinna PA with his wife, Dian and three children. He is active with his church including bridge-building projects in Kenya, and also can’t find enough time fishing and canoeing the beautiful Delaware River near home.



NOTE THE NEWER LOCATION !!!!!
Location: La Tronica's
                 1143 E Abriendo Ave
                 Pueblo,  CO 81004
                 Tel: (719) 542-1113 (See Map)

Directions: Exit I-25 at Central Ave., exit 97A.
                 Turn right onto Abriendo Ave. (1st stop sign)
                 Travel north on Abriendo Ave. approximately 1/4 mile to Mesa Ave.
                 LaTronica's is on NW corner of Mesa & Abriendo

Dinner Menu: Pasta w/sausage & meatball and salad buffet
               RSVP: Ward Rummel 303-791-1940
Cost: $11.50 to members and guests including tax and gratuity.


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