Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association Conference

  • Our WJMG Table Pre-Conference

    Our WJMG Table Pre-Conference

    This was our table the night before the WTLA conference began. We put the puzzle out there with a little note inviting participation.
  • Day 1 of the Conference by Noon

    Day 1 of the Conference by Noon

    By noon the first day of the conference many people had already stopped by to help put a piece or two in. We met some fantastic people.
  • 5:00pm on the first day of the conference

    5:00pm on the first day of the conference

    By 5:00pm on the first day the "easier" pieces had been put in, we were thinking maybe we chose too simple of a puzzle. (hahahaha - not!)
  • Close of the 2nd day of the conference

    Close of the 2nd day of the conference

    By the end of the 2nd day we had the hardest parts left, the rocks and the pink and red roses. They all looked the same! Friday was only going to be a half day and a lot of the conference attendees would be leaving early, maybe we wouldn't get it done ....
  • Woo Hoo! We Did It!

    Woo Hoo! We Did It!

    This was the "final piece crew" fellow exhibitors and a few attendees rallied around the puzzle, vowing to finish it before noon! It was completed by 10:15 am. Our Quality Control Puzzle Mistress, Janci Baxter, made sure the pieces were in the correct places. A few times the pieces looked like they fit, but after closer inspection, nope! Thank you to all that helped make this happen.

WJMG just spent several days up in Cody, Wyoming, at the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association (WTLA) Conference. We were fortunate to have met some new friends as well as reacquainting with some great friends, colleagues, and associates. We work closely with many of the attorneys and paralegals as their expert for metals and weld failures on everything from welding fumes exposure to exploded well heads.

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Updated Flowline Rules

New COGCC Rules: 1104 21st Edition for Flowline install and repair effective May 1st 2018The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) has adopted new Flowline Rules effective as of May 1st, 2018:

Pipeline from the wellhead to the DOT transfer location must now be API 1104 21st Edition.

This mean welders certified under the old rules must be requalified for the additional procedures. Welding & Joining Management Group certifies welders and welding procedures.

Call today to get compliant on your certifications: 303-451-6759

Ref: cogcc.state.co.us/documents/reg/Rules/FlowlineRulemaking/Flowline_Adopted%20Rules%202_13_18.pdf

 

Instrument Verification & Testing Services

Instrument Verification & Testing ServicesWelding Power Supply, Pressure Devices and a Tensile Tester. Our in-house testing laboratory allows us to provide the time and attention your project requires.

WJMG™ performs certification and calibration of measuring devices services to our clients. Instead of shipping your instrument and waiting weeks for its return, why not bring it to someone locally that you know and trust!

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WJMG Can Now Perform Certified Hydrostatic Testing up to 30,000psi

A Barbee P200VR Hyrdostatic Tester is the latest addition to our metals testing arsenal.

Our new Barbee P200VR PR SS1 Hydrostatic TesterFeatures:

  • Heavy Duty Roll Frame: stainless steel square tubular frame.
  • Air-Driven  Piston  Pump:  lubricated, adjustable discharge pressure, automatically stalls at pre-set pressure, re-starts when pressure drop occurs, can be used in explosive environments.
  • 3  Gallon SS Tank: complete with fill/vent  cap, sight gauge and drain valve.
  • 6”  Dial Gauge SS with glycerin filled.
  • Pressure ranges from: 0-1000 PSI up to 30,000 psi
  • Chart Recorder: 8” chart, battery driven up to 30,000 psi

Failure & Fault Analysis

Metal Failures cause catastrophic incidents resulting in millions of dollars in wasted time and money as well as loss of life Failure analysis of welds is the collection, study and analysis of service conditions to assess possible causes of a break-down and the fault of the failure incident.

WJMG™ assessments have included the most likely cause of weld failures in pipelines, pressure vessels, tanks, transportation vehicles, mass-produced products and general construction defects which generally have large financial implications.

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3756 Monarch Street MAP
Frederick, Colorado 80516
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