This is a shortened version of our two-day course; highlights will be presented to provide the basic understanding of the fabrication, inspection and testing portions of ASME B31.3 for construction. Updates from the new 2012 version of the code are NOW included. An important part of achieving these objectives is covering the ProvincialRegulations that ABSA, TSASK or BCSA administer. The regulatory forms for design registration, completion of construction, data reports, and others will be reviewed. The course also includes an introduction to ASTM material standards and a brief introduction to ASME Section IX - Welding Qualifications. The jurisdictional boundaries between pipeline and facility pressure piping will be addressed. Practical field examples will be discussed.
Benefits of Training with Skystone
Skystone's instructors have many years of hands on experience in all facets of pipeline design, fabrication, installation, and inspection. As the leading provider of pipeline and pressure equipment integrity management services, we’re in the perfect position to provide a significant amount of added value beyond just basic awareness of code requirements, including: comparisons of (different) Jurisdictional requirements, information on best practices and practical interpretation and application of the various inspection tasks required.
Intoduction to Laws, Regulations, Jurisdiction and Related Codes and Standards
Determining B31.3 Fluid Service Requirements
Brief Introduction to B31.3 Design Requirements (New Construction)
B31.3 Materials and Specification
B31.3 Fabrication by Welding
B31.3 Inspection and Testing for New Construction
Signifcant Construction Code Differences (CSA Z662 versus B31.3)
Pratcial Field Examples (including Sour and Low Temperature Applications)
Non-code Topics such as Service Requirements
Course presentation materials will be provided to all participants. Attendees may benefit from bringing a copy of the B31.3 code to the course. Codes can be purchased through TechStreet or DeMille Technical books.
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This course qualifies for 0.8 CEU (Continuing Education Units).
Classes start at 8:00 am each morning and run to 5:00 pm - coffee and refreshments start at 7:30 am
Light morning refreshments and lunch will be provided for all course attendees. Please advise us via e-mail if you have any special dietary restrictions.
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