PEAK NEWS

In Response to the 2015 Bolt Failure on the Lemnhult Wind Farm

On Christmas Eve 2015 a 390 ft. tall wind turbine located in the Lemnhult wind farm near Vetlanda Sweden collapsed when the bolts in the tower’s lowermost flange joint, containing one hundred M64 bolts, failed. The incident came into the news recently with the release of the Swedish Accident Investigation Authority’s final report. Based on a short summary that was ...
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Peak innovations Engineering Receives its Renewal Accreditation ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 from A2LA

Peak innovations Engineering is pleased to announce that they have been granted ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 accreditation by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA), after a thorough assessment and review of its quality management system and competence to perform specific tests. This achievement of A2LA accreditation demonstrates an organization’s competence to manage and perform the activities defined by its A2LA ...
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ASTM F16.96 Subcommittee on Bolting Technology

Special Meeting at IFI Headquarters In 1986, 17 engineers met at the United Engineering Center in New York for the purpose of establishing an expert group.  John Bickford, who organized the meeting, was concerned about the lack of real knowledge about how we use threaded fasteners in our designs.  The meeting resulted in the formation of the Bolting Technology Council ...
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Fully Threaded PodCast

Check out John Medcalf and Field's technical consultant, Chris LiCausi, on this Podcast of Fully Threaded. They discuss Peak and the benefits of testing in joint design. The Peak information starts at 14:30... enjoy!!! http://fullythreaded.com/fch/fullythreaded.nsf/Fastener ...
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New Location in Machesney Park, IL

The transition from Archetype Joint to Peak innovations Engineering also brought a change in physical location. We are now proudly located about 1.5 hours west of Chicago in Machesney Park, IL ...
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