The national association DIRV has become a new member of the European Water Jetting Institute, EWJI.
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The IFAT 2020 exhibition has been postponed as a result of “the growing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19)” IFAT said in an official press release. The new date of IFAT will be from 7 to 11 September 2020, in Munich (Germany).
The European Water Jetting Institute, EWJI, reunited nearly thirty professionals in its Annual Convention the 12th – 13th the February in Paris (France).
The Système de Certification, Compétence et Conformité, S3C, is a French association whose priority is the safety of people and facilities, attending to the notions of responsability and individual competence.
The third edition of the only Italian exhibition dedicated to the concrete sector, GIC EXPO, which will be held from 29th to 31st October 2020 in Piacenza (Italy), will have the collaboration of the association of specialists in the use of pressurised water, EWJI, this year.
IBKA GROUP is a company that is specialized in high pressure plants, hotwater plants and dry mass suction. As a part of the Norwegian Recycling Group, IBKA is an established player in Norway, Denmark and the United Kingdom.
The European Commission presented on 11 December its biggest project to achieve to be climate neutral in 2050: the European Green Deal.
At this time of the year our thoughts are focused on those who have made our success possible. Therefore, we send you our best wishes for this holiday season and for the coming year.
The aim is to bring together the water jetting industry to be informed about the best-practices, case stories and foster the debate to work towards European standards.
WOMA GmbH is one of the leading manufacturers of high-pressure plunger pumps, high-pressure units and water jetting tools for ultra-high pressure water and industrial applications.
If you are going to attend, stop by the booth of our members to know the novelties that have prepared for the world’s leading construction machinery trade fair.
The workshop focused on the possibility of creating a European standard for training/assessment and recognition (qualification) of the workers’ expertise.
The workshop “Global Hydroblasting Standards and Standards for equipment” summed up and explained the basic global safety standards in water blasting activities.
The workshop, named “Competency of contractors: assessment, safety, and accreditation”, expanded on the best practices of existing models for the assessment and accreditation of water jetting contractors.
In this edition, one of the main innovations was the structure of the event, based on a few presentations, followed by a time to generate a rewarding debate.