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Maritime Pipefitting Level 2 Trainee Guide

Maritime Pipefitting Level 2 Trainee GuidePhysical Product
  • By NCCER
  • Pub. Date: Apr 9, 2014 by Pearson.
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-340478-1
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-340478-4

Student/Retail Price: $129.33

Institutional/Business Price: $97.00

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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Piping Systems, Butt Weld Pipe Fabrication, Socket Weld Pipe Fabrication, Preparing and Brazing, Threaded Pipe Fabrication, Fiberglass and Plastic Pipe, Identifying Valves, Flanges, and Gaskets, and Drawings and Detail Sheets.

 

 

Table of Contents

(Total Levels Hours: 152.5)

 

Piping Systems (5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340596-5

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340612-2

(Module ID 85201-13) Identifies and explains basic types of piping systems found in the maritime environment and the materials used for various applications. Explains how thermal expansion in piping systems can be accommodated. Coverage of common insulation types and installation practices is also included.

 

Butt Weld Pipe Fabrication (37.5 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340598-9

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340614-6

(Module ID 85202-13) Describes the pipe fittings used for maritime butt welded piping systems and how to determine the lengths of pipe between points of connection. Explains how to prepare and fit both pipe and fittings, and how to select backing rings when required.

 

Socket Weld Pipe Fabrication (25 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340599-6

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340615-3

(Module ID 85203-13) Describes the pipe fittings used for maritime socket welded piping systems and how to determine the lengths of pipe between points of connection. Explains how to prepare and fit both pipe and fittings.

 

Preparing and Brazing (15 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340600-9

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340616-0

(Module ID 85204-13) Describes the procedures for preparing various types of pipe and tubing for brazing, as well as the brazing process. The selection of brazing filler metals for various applications is also provided.

 

Threaded Pipe Fabrication (15 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340601-6

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340617-7

(Module ID 85205-13) Describes the pipe fittings used for maritime threaded piping systems and how to determine the lengths of pipe between points of connection. Explains how to prepare and fit both pipe and fittings, and how to assemble threaded pipe components.

 

Fiberglass and Plastic Pipe (15 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340602-3

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13- 340618-4

(Module ID 85206-13) Introduces various types of fiberglass and plastic pipe and their maritime applications. Explains how fiberglass and plastic piping materials are measured, cut, and joined.

 

Identifying Valves, Flanges, and Gaskets (20 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340603-0

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340619-1

(Module ID 85207-13) Describes and identifies various types of valves, flanges, and gaskets used in the maritime environment. Factors related to valve selection as well as their storage, handling, and installation are presented. The various flange styles and related gasket materials are described, as well as their common installation procedures.

 

Drawings and Detail Sheets (20 hours)

Trainee ISBN 978-0-13-340604-7

Instructor ISBN 978-0-13-340620-7

(Module ID 85208-13) Identifies the types and parts of drawings commonly used by maritime pipefitters. Explains how to interpret the information contained in pipe drawings to create the desired piping system.

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