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Small Bore Tubing
Pressure Safety Valve
Mechanical Joint Integrity
Small Bore Tubing

SMALL BORE TUBING

Code: SBT

To provide delegates with the training required to demonstrate the knowledge and practical skills of working with Small Bore Tubing Systems through an individual knowledge test and practical exercises, giving an understanding of the relationship between installation requirements and health and safety in the workplace, how to contribute to a good working relationship and identify hazards in the workplace.

 

Objectives

The course is a mix of theory and practical workshops. On completion of the course, delegates will:

  • Understand hazards associated with Small Bore Tubing and fittings.
  • Demonstrate how to make up Small Bore fittings, basic tube bending techniques.

 

Course Content

  • Introductions, safety induction, course overview, safety videos and case studies
  • Small Bore Tubing systems, identification and application
  • Working practices, history and policies
  • Tubing, fittings and component parts
  • Types of fittings, manufacturers identification, material specification
  • Preparation, make up and installing
  • Tube bending
  • Clamps and supports
  • Pressure testing
  • Summary

Course Duration

2 days

 

Who Should Attend?

Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Inspections and Technicians

 

Language

English

 

Certificate

ECITB / IMM

 

 

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Pressure Safety Valve

PRESSURE SAFETY VALVE

Code: PSV

This Pressure Relieving Systems training course will provide attendees with practical experience involving Pressure Relief Devices (PRDs). This training course covers proper sizing, selection, and installation of PRDs to ensure adequate overpressure protection is provided and reduce hazards if a PRD discharges. The course content includes 3% inlet pressure drop requirements, sizing of PRDs in two-phase flashing service, and operation of PRDs and the effects of back pressure on valve stability and performance. In addition to the API 520/521 Standards, the course also covers protection of atmospheric storage tanks per API 2000 Standard and boilers per ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code, Section I. The instructors will discuss the background and logic behind the document procedures and intersperse some example problems.

 

Objectives

Upon completion of the Pressure Relieving Systems training course, students will have a basic understanding of the following:

  • The format, organizational structure, and use of the API 520/521 Standards.
  • The application of good engineering judgement.
  • Insight into the future direction of API 520/521 Standards.
  • Compliance with OSHA policies.
  • The importance of proper sizing, selection, and installation of PRS to ensure adequate overpressure protection and reduction of hazards if a PRD discharges.

 

Course Content

  • Pressure Relief Valve Design and Operation
  • Codes and Standards
  • PRV Sizing and Selection, Including Two Phase Flow
  • Rupture Disks/Other Devices
  • Relief Device Installation
  • Relief Valve Inspection, Testing, and Repair
  • Relief System Design Philosophy
  • Determining Relief Loads for Process Upsets, Including Fire
  • Overpressure Protection

 

Course Duration

3 days

 

Who Should Attend?

Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Inspections and Technicians

 

Language

English

 

Certificate

ECITB / IMM

 

 

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Mechanical Joint Integrity

MECHANICAL JOINT INTEGRITY

Code: MJT

This course is specifying the skilled performance required to dis mantle, inspect, prepare, assemble and tighten flanged and clamp connector pipe joints and bolted connections us ing Hand torque, hydraulic torque equipment and hydraulic tensioning equipment. The training is delivered by experienced trainers who are time served in a mechanical discipline and have worked as hands on technicians/ supervisors in the mechanical joint integrity industry. ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity includes all aspects of hazards, health and safety, guidance and practical exercises about safe use and good working practices.

 

Objectives

Delegates completing an ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity training course will be able to:

  • Have the knowledge to ensure intended tasks conform to related specification, methods, process, techniques and procedures.
  • Have to knowledge of dismantling techniques, inspection of components, alignment techniques and clamp connectors as well as assembly and tightening techniques in specialist critical bolting.

 

Course Content

  • Safety Induction
  • Hand torque bolted connection techniques
  • Hydraulic tension bolted connection techniques
  • Hydraulic torque bolted connection techniques.

 

Course Duration

3 days

 

Who Should Attend?

Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Inspections and Technicians

 

Language

English

 

Certificate

ECITB / IMM

 

 

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