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SERIES SPECIFICATIONS & COURSE OUTLINE

CONTENTS Available formats: Interactive Online Courseware DVD

These mechanical maintenance courses serve as a progressive introduction to the techniques and practices of the pipefitting art. The series covers the most common piping systems in use today and stresses proper safety precautions throughout. The courses explain piping joints, fittings, offsets, flanges, gaskets, and accessories as well as how to record pipe measurements according to industry standards, read piping drawings, and thread pipe.

PART SERIES

11

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The Pipefitting series is designed for new pipefitting students or employees who have little to no knowledge of the field. All the terms used are explained or defined throughout the courses, so participants are not required to have a pipefitting vocabulary to understand the content.

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LEARNER EXPECTATIONS

This series is intended to be used as a critical component in your mechanical maintenance training program. It is designed to develop a fundamental understanding of pipefitting. Each lesson has specific objectives that identify the anticipated level of understanding associated with the information presented. Our experience indicates that those who complete the training are likely to accomplish the stated objectives. Furthermore, if these lessons are built into a total curriculum which includes practice in the working environment, it will help provide participants with the knowledge necessary to master the subject.

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Pipefitting

PFT001 Introduction to Pipefitting Purpose: This course gives participants an overview of the knowledge and skills required of a pipefitter as well as safety in the trade. PFT002 Piping Systems & Standards Purpose: This course covers the three most common piping systems in use today as well as relevant industrial standards. Objectives: Exercise proper safety precautions when working with piping systems; evaluate the factors that control a piping system's material, size, and necessary strength; apply the standard pipe measuring protocol developed by The American National Standards Institute (ANSI); compare the most common plastic piping systems and their behaviors; and assess the advantages of fiberglass piping systems. PFT003 Pipe Fittings & Joints Purpose: This course covers piping system joints, their fittings, and fitting installation. Objectives: Exercise proper safety precautions when installing fittings; rate the differences between elbow, tee, wye, cross, coupling, and reducer fittings; apply correct fitting naming conventions; assess the advantages of thread-o-lets, weld-o-lets, and sock-olets; create threaded, flanged, welded, soldered, and compression joints; and determine the advantages and disadvantages of each joint type. PFT004 Measuring Pipe & Drawings Purpose: This course shows participants how to measure pipe according to industry standards. Basic piping system drawings are also illustrated and explained. Objectives: Exercise proper pipefitting safety procedures; apply the standard abbreviations for recording pipe measurements; calculate fitting take-off; and apply plan view drawings, elevation view drawings, and detail drawings. PFT005 Offsets Purpose: This course teaches participants how to plan and construct piping offsets. Objectives: Exercise proper pipefitting safety procedures; gauge how fittings increase friction in a piping run; and calculate the travel length of a simple offset and a rolling offset using formulas and shortcuts. PFT006 Manual & Electric Threaded Pipe Purpose: This course teaches participants how to thread pipe manually and with an electric pipe-threading machine. Objectives: Exercise pipe-threading safety procedures; operate pipe-threading tools, including a pipe cutter, reamer, die handle, die head, oiler, tripod chain vise, and pipe stand; thread pipe manually; and thread pipe using an electric pipe-threading machine. PFT007 Manual & Electric Threaded Pipe Purpose: This course covers the use and creation of various flanges and gaskets. Objectives: Exercise proper pipefitting safety procedures; apply flat- and raised-face flanges; compare the types of welded steel flanges; classify welded steel flanges by their pressure ratings; install a threaded flange; select a gasket material; create a gasket; install a gasket; compare the three most common fasteners used to secure flange joints; and compare the types of pipe hangers and supports. PFT008 Plastic Pipe Purpose: This course covers PVC, CPVC, PP, and fiberglass-reinforced piping. Objectives: Exercise proper pipefitting safety procedures; compare the types of plastic piping and assess the advantages and disadvantages of each; and install, maintain, and troubleshoot plastic and fiberglassreinforced piping.

Available formats: Interactive Online Courseware

DVD

PART SERIES

11

Copyright © 2011 Coastal Training Technologies Corp. All rights reserved. The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPontTM, The miracles of scienceTM and all products denoted with ® or TM are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.

Call 1-800-828-8190 to arrange a FREE series demo!

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Pipefitting

PFT009 Accessories & Specialty Equipment Purpose: This course covers the selection, installation, and maintenance of various piping materials. Objectives: Exercise proper pipefitting safety procedures; apply expansion, flexible, and rotating joints; and apply hangers, supports, steam traps, strainers, and filters. PFT0010 Tubing Purpose: This course introduces participants to tubing, its uses, and the different tools, materials, and fittings it requires. Objectives: Exercise proper pipefitting safety procedures; measure tubing; apply rigid and flexible tubing; and maintain and troubleshoot tubing systems. PFT0011 Hoses Purpose: This course discusses the different hoses used in piping systems. Objectives: Exercise proper pipefitting safety procedures; select a hose based on fluid medium and temperature as well as system operating pressure; and assemble, install, test, and inspect hose fittings.

Available formats: Interactive Online Courseware

DVD

PART SERIES

11

Copyright © 2011 Coastal Training Technologies Corp. All rights reserved. The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPontTM, The miracles of scienceTM and all products denoted with ® or TM are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates.

Call 1-800-828-8190 to arrange a FREE series demo!

www.training.dupont.com

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