Presenter: Matt Taylor BSc (Hons)
Duration: 45 mins + Q&A
Country: United Kingdom & Ireland
We are pleased to offer this Live Continued Professional Development (CPD) Webinar free of charge to UK based Structural Engineers, Consulting Engineers, Graduate Engineers and Specifiers. CPD certificates will be issued to every attendee after the webinar.
Gain an update on the latest CE marked steelwork connections and an insight to the technical and practical advantages of specifying innovative clamping systems. Our experienced presenter will introduce a range of faster, cost-effective alternatives to conventional bolted and welded connections to solve your steel connection problems.
Introduction to Lindapter
Technical Support (Free Connection Detailing)
Learn about our industry leading Technical Support services, including FREE connection detailing, site visits and contractor product installation training.
Conventional Connection Methods vs Lindapter Method
Overview of welding and drilling & bolting versus Lindapter clamping systems.
Research & Development (Engineered Solutions)
Do you have a unique connection problem? Our R&D facility can work with you to develop bespoke products and solutions.
Submit your questions during the webinar and our experienced presenter will answer as many as possible at the end during a live 15 minutes Q&A session.
Typical Applications, Installation and Case Studies
See a wide selection of typical assemblies that are possible with Lindapter products and find out how other customers have used them to solve problems in real case study examples. Video animations are also used to demonstrate the simplicity of installation.
About Matt Taylor
Matt has worked for Lindapter for over 8 years and is the Regional Specification Engineer for the East of England. After spending 14 years working in the engineering and construction specification industry, Matt knows how to truly deliver solutions for specifiers.
Matt holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Design from Sheffield Hallam University. He now resides in Aylesbury and enjoys spending his weekends walking or cycling with his family.