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Dear All
My name is Andrew Cunningham., I have been in the Oil, Power and Fabrication industry since 1978. I am the author of the book “The Practical Guide to Ultrasonic Testing in the Real World”. I wrote the unique ultrasonic procedure for the “JETS” project UK, the sister project to the nuclear collider in Cern, Switzerland.
There is a 22% wastage in the fabrication industry and I have written the procedure to remove this wastage and took it to patent pending.
Patent # 14/621.173
Extending the working life of process piping by up to 22%.
Reducing the risk of pipe failure by up to 22%.
NO additional cost in manufacturing.
NO running costs.
My problem is, how do I get this in front of the decision makers?

Yours sincerely

Andrew Cunningham.
Andrew.cunningham@practical-ndt.com

RE: How to make contact

Easy , you talk to pipe manufacturers. If they decline to take a serious look at your technology , perhaps the potential benefits are no where near as valuable as you believe them to be. Wouldnt be the first time an inventor / author/ salesman overestimated the benefits of their product

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