Maverick Applied Science, which makes plastic composites, plans to host a forum for plant engi-neers to find out more about nonmetallic materials.

The 5th Annual Plant Engineer’s Forum for Nonmetallics takes place in Florida, US, from 25–26 Ma and includes 20 presentations covering a variety of nonmetallic equipment, including thermoplastic, fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) and dual laminate piping, tanks and vessels.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to earn 18 professional development hour (PDH) credits credits by participating in the forum, the company said.

“We wanted to create a setting where plant engineers, operators and designers could take a deep dive into these materials so that they would be better prepared to make decisions related to their process equipment performance and reliability,” said Jeff Eisenman, president of Maverick Applied Science.

To register go here.