Managing Your Power Piping system

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Overview

This one (1) day course is primarily intended for experienced O&M staff working in thermal power and process plants, but could also be of interest to corporate engineering and management staff. Incorrectly managed piping systems can cause serious accidents leading to forced shutdowns and injuries to plant personnel.  By managing your power piping in a preventive manner, unwanted loss of production can be avoided, plant safety can be increased and overall maintenance costs can be decreased. By raising the awareness of plant personnel, it is far more likely that potential problems will be detected early, decreasing the risk of forced outages. 

Course Syllabus

The course consists of the following subjects:

  • Understanding Power Piping Design
  • Power Piping Visual Inspection Methods
  • Inspecting and Monitoring Piping Supports
  • Assessing Risks
  • Meeting B31.1 Requirements for Power Piping Inspection and Record Management

Course aim

After course completion the student should be able to:

  • Understand the overall function of pipe supports
  • Understand and apply different inspection methods to piping systems and supports
  • Interpret inspection results
  • Understand the value and basics of inspection result record keeping 

For  more information about this course please contact Christine Vallon, or call our European office at +33 4 92 96 92 54. Tetra offers courses on client site or as per our public course schedule

About Us

Established in 1988, Tetra Engineering has more than 25 years experience providing solutions to the power industry. We specialize in solutions for HRSGs, conventional boilers & steam-cycle balance of plant.

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