Below you can find our Fall 2019 Newsletter dedicated to Testing. If you’d like to receive these topics directly in your email box, click here. If you’d like to learn more about these topics or speak with a consultant please Contact Us.
At BakerRisk, our mission is to help our clients manage catastrophic risks through high value services, products, and research. BakerRisk research and development and testing services support this mission by coupling our test facilities with an experienced team of engineers who have spent time in the field analyzing high hazard scenarios and helping to determine the cause and origin of industrial incidents. Our efforts to better understand and categorize structural response, toxic gas detection, blast loads, fire and combustible dust hazards, vessel failures, and fragment hazards come from years of combined experience spent picking up the pieces after things have gone wrong. Protecting people from industrial hazards becomes a personal mission for our professionals. Work with our team and prevent hazardous conditions from turning into devastating reality. Learn More
To learn more about the benefits and applications of our R&D and testing services, see our Research and Development and Testing services web pages. You may also download a copy of our most recent technical paper on inherently safer plant designs topic by submitting your information request.
Test Facility Tour (2019 ASME PVP Conference)
In support of the 2019 ASME Pressure Vessel and Piping (PVP) Conference, BakerRisk hosted an event for approximately 50 conference participants at the 160-acre Wilfred E. Baker Test Facility near San Antonio, Texas on July 19, 2019.
High Explosive Testing (Box Canyon Facility)
The Box Canyon Test Facility (BCTF) allows BakerRisk to provide high hazard testing services that require significant stand-off distances.
To learn more about our unique testing services, take a look at our Testing section of our website.
Check out our course catalog to see what other learning opportunities we offer at the BakerRisk Learning Center.