Since opening in 2013, LPI’s Australian office has continued to successfully gain the trust of local clients and build new relationships. An opportunity to move into a facility that allows LPI to improve the reliability in the service areas of testing and investigation has been acted on and the office has moved to Unit 2E1, 1-7 Unwins Bridge Road, St Peters, NSW. This move to a facility with high overhead clearance means there is now space to assemble equipment up to 10m (33 ft) in height. The office continues to offer key service areas of failure investigations, material and engineering science, advanced analysis and fitness for service assessments. David Baxter, Australian office manager, can be contacted on +61 (0)2 9516 0000.
LPI recently used a motion amplification camera (MAC) system on a custom platform to measure vibrations on the main steam lines at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
The Importance of Area in Probabilistic Degradation Models
Come visit LPI at the CLM Midwest Conference in Chicago! LPI, Inc. will have a table top exhibit at the CLM Midwest Conference in Chicago, IL June 14th-15th 2018. We invite you to stop by our table top booth to talk with Dr. Zuhair Ibrahim to learn ab
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LPI partners with Argonne to support nuclear power plant operations
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LPI's reputation for providing reliable fitness-for-service skills to clients is well known. Perhaps less well known, however, but equally a core service it offers to clients, is LPI's ability to enter a product's design cycle early on and provide expert
Integrated Life Cycle Management model developed by LPI, Inc.
LPI was requested to perform an engineering evaluation of a fractured expander wheel to determine the root cause of failure and corrective actions required to prevent future failures.
LPI Principal Joseph Crosson, P.E. was included in a profile of the original classes of Certified Welding Inspectors (CWI) featured in the February 2016 issue of Inspection Trends, a magazine published by the American Welding Society (AWS).
Sri K. Sam Sinha, P.E., Managing Director of LPI Inc., has been appointed as a member of ASME Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards for a term effective January 2016 through June of 2020.