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Equipment I will familiarize students with different types of piping, piping construction materials, and piping connections critical to transporting liquids and gases through a chemical manufacturing facility. Students will learn how to identify a variety of valve and valve actuator types by design, how they function, and their typical uses. Each topic also includes a general overview of accessory equipment, common performance issues, and general inspection and maintenance procedures.
Credits: 2 Lecture Hours: 2 Prerequisites & Notes Note: Course not designed for transfer.