Meet Nucleom at IPEIA 2022 in Jasper, Alberta

Nucleom is starting off the year with a visit to the 2022 IPEIA Conference in Jasper, Alberta. The IPEIA has hosted an internationally attended conference and exhibition for 25 years. Nucleom is thrilled to participate in an event that aims to increase awareness of pressure equipment safety, reliability, integrity and technological improvements associated with design, fabrication, maintenance, operation and inspection throughout industry.

Why come visit our Alberta branch?

Nucleom’s Western division has been providing clients with expert solutions in advanced applications, such as the elevated temperature PAUT-TFM/TOFD examination of components with complex material and joint configurations. After only 3 years in operation, our Western offices can take pride in the successful completion of complex projects involving SS-347 piping, HTHA early detection, high resolution GWUT examination and more. These successes are achieved through the hard work of our R&D team, always available to answer all requests and challenges a client may face. Nucleom’s team contains high-level technicians for specialized techniques and as a solution-oriented team, we find genuine solutions by remaining truthful.

Where to find Nucleom at IPEIA 2022

Come meet us at booth #26.

  • Venue: Fairmont Jasper
  • Event Dates: March 1 – 3
  • Opening Hours: 9 AM – 5 PM

Meet the team at IPEIA 2022

  • Larissa Thompson – Project Manager, based in Edmonton
  • Vinoth Tharma – Operations Manager, based in Ontario
  • Max Aggrey – Regional Director, Edmonton office

To contact us prior to the event, click here!

Nucleom IPEIA 2022

Visit the IPEIA website for more details.

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