January 2016

Tour of Ellett Industries - High Performance Alloy Fabrication

Organized by the APEGBC Tri-City Branch

Please Note
We will start the tour at 4:00 pm sharp at 1575 Kingsway Avenue in Port Coquitlam (near Broadway St).  There is parking at the facility. Follow this link for tour location: View Map
Participants do not need to supply their own PPE.  Eye and ear protection will be provided.  Steel toed boots and hard hats not required.  Note that due to the proprietary nature of the items being fabricated there are no photos allowed! Thank you.
Status: Advanced registration is now closed or the event is sold out. For space availability, please email John Minkevich at [email protected] Thank you.
Date: Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Location: 1575 Kingsway Avenue, Port Coquitlam, BC
Presenter: Arie Van Muyen, P.Eng., Manager of Engineering
Arie has been in the Pressure Code manufacturing industry for 26 years, and 19 years at Ellett Industries. Involved in all aspects of the manufacturing process. Primary responsibilities include design, quality control and project management.
Credit: 2 Informal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Cost: $10
Ellett Industries Ltd. specializes in high performance alloy fabrication using titanium, zirconium, nickel alloys and stainless steels. Since 1921, Ellett has been designing and fabricating equipment for a variety of process industries including heat exchangers, pressure vessels, towers, reactors, crystallizers, evaporators, tanks and pipe spools.

Visit their website for more details.

This tour will go through their manufacturing process as depicted in their ASME Quality Program:
  • Quality Program and their relationship with the local jurisdictional authority, BC Safety Authority
  • Codes of Construction
  • Engineering capabilities
  • Drafting and fabrication drawings
  • Material Control: Bills of Material, inventory, procurement, receiving, shipping
  • Welding Control: Welding Processes, Welder certification
  • Shop Capabilities: Burning table, plate shear, break press, machining, welding stations, component assembly, main assembly
  • Record retention, Legacy Data
Maximum: Due to space limitations, registrations are limited to the first 20 people who register online.

If you have questions, please contact John Minkevich at [email protected]

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