Small Bore Tubing e-Learning

Small Bore Tubing

Small Bore Tubing e-Learning provides an overview of industry best practice in relation to the design, construction and maintenance of small bore tubing systems.

Learning Objectives

Delegates completing an Small Bore Tubing e-Learning training course will be able to;

  • Explain the use of small bore tubing assemblies
  • Identify the main causes of failure in small bore tubing assemblies
  • Describe why small bore tubing incidents are a major concern
  • Identify the areas that a company’s small bore tubing system strategy should address
  • Describe the requirements of a small bore tubing system design philosophy
  • Identify the components of small bore tubing system
  • Describe the different types of fittings used within small bore tubing systems
  • Describe the material selection considerations when designing a small bore tubing system, including internal compatibility and external corrosion considerations
  • Identify the factors to consider when selecting tubing for a particular application
  • Describe the requirements associated with the material, branding and sizing of compression fittings
  • Describe the differences between parallel and tapered threads
  • Identify the factors that should be considered when selecting fittings
  • Identify the types of valve associated with small bore tubing systems
  • Describe how excessive dynamic loading can cause small bore tubing system failure
  • Describe the differences between pipework-mounted assemblies and steelwork-mounted assemblies
  • Identify the factors to consider when selecting the type of clamp for use in small bore tubing systems
  • Describe the handling and storage requirements for tubing and fittings
  • Describe the preparation and documentation requirements prior to installing small bore tubing systems
  • Explain tube preparation and cutting requirements
  • Explain the requirements associated with tube bending, and identify tube bending problems
  • Explain the steps involved in installation of small bore tubing components
  • Describe the sealant requirement for tapered threads
  • Describe the steps involved in disassembly and re-assembly
  • Explain how to minimise vibration-induced fatigue failure of small bore tubing assemblies
  • Explain the issue of thermal expansion and the use of Rectoils
  • Identify the support spacing requirements for long runs of tubing
  • Describe the requirements for pressure testing

How To Book e-Learning

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