Learning the basic skills required to work in the field of piping. You acquire the practical knowledge required to read and interpret P&IDs and other diagrams and to set up simple ISOs and to detail pre-set items from the diagram design.
The course is a more in-depth follow up to Piping Design I. You already have experience of piping design, but aim to broaden and expand your knowledge. After completing this course you will be able to develop and set up plot studies independently after a period of time.
Provides practical and technical-theoretical knowledge and insight into the area of piping and equipment. The different disciplines a junior constructor or engineer is faced with are discussed in such a manner that you obtain a complete overview of the professional field.
A broad-ranging course for starting piping draughtsmen and constructors.
Offers broader knowledge and insights to people who already work in piping and/or installation construction in respect of professional aspects, but also broadens knowledge of multidisciplinary links. After the course you will be able to carry out the necessary calculations for designing piping systems and pressurised equipment independently.
Provides process knowledge regarding transport phenomena in pipe systems. A course set up for piping and transport designers, commissioning and maintenance, with a transfer of knowledge regarding the requisite design calculations. This is mainly for the purpose of supporting communication between process and mechanical engineers, particularly in respect of detail engineering. This course also deals with the corresponding heat-transfer phenomena.
Every aspect of the PED is discussed.
In consultation this programme can be adjusted to the specific circumstances and requirements of the client.
For example a practical exercise for setting up a piping system in the various categories with a possible conformity procedure or module.
In a presentation of 4 blocks we deal with valves and some other accessories. (Check valves, pressure-relief valves, vacuum-relief valves etc.) If required, the course will be given “in company”. The course takes at least 4 x 4 hours. Interaction with the participants is part of the course.
The “Introduction to designing underground piping” course is intended for engineers with experience in the field of piping and knowledge of calculating stresses in above-ground piping.