ILRT and LLRT Seminars
On-Site as Well as On-Line Classes Available
On-Line or On-Site Group Seminars Now
Available Upon Request
ILRT Seminar Features
Rapid Monitored Pressurization to Minimize Stabilization Time
Techniques to Insure a Short Duration Type A Test
Techniques to Reduce Instrument Set-Up Time
Rapid Depressurization Methods and Case Studies
Reduction in Test Valve Line-Up by Not Venting and/or Draining
ILRT Simulations From Attendees Actual Past ILRTs
Simulations Showing How to Control Pressurization to Minimize Stabilization Time
How to Distinguish from Test Data Real Leakage from Instability
How to Identify a Bad Instruments Silently Corrupting Confidence Limits or Verification
Recent Advances in ILRT Instruments and Analytical Techniques
Local Leakage Rate Testing Seminar Feature
Testing Reduction Evaluations on Your Plant’s Systems
Testing reductions may often be found in many plant’s LLRT programs. Attendees will be asked to transmit information to us on likelycandidate pathways in their program prior to the seminar. These will be step by step evaluated as a part of this seminar.
LLRT Equipment & Hands-On Testing of Type B and C Pathways
This seminar will include hands-on local leakage rate testing using
industry standard equipment. Attendees may even bring their
own equipment for use and demonstration if they like.
(Not possible for on-line class).
Detailed Examples How to Eliminate Some Type B and C Tests From Program
Methodologies and Case Studies For Test Interval Extensions
Criterion and Examples of Determining When As-Found Testing is Required
How to Simplify and Reduce Venting and Draining Prior to Testing
Alternative As-Found and As-Left Testing Methods
Instructor: Jim Glover
For 19 years, Mr. Glover worked for Exelon as the ILRT and LLRT Appendix J Program Director. During that time, he performed over 80 ILRTs on both BWRs and PWRs. Since then he has performed an additional 30 ILRTs as a private consultant with Graftel, LLC.
Mr. Glover is currently the Chairman of the ANS 56.8 Standards Committee on containment leakage rate testing. He was a member of the NEI AHAC that wrote the original Appendix J guideline document NEI-9401.
He also developed, manufactured and sold the ILRT and LLRT instrumentation systems which are currently and have been used at most US nuclear plants since 1994.