CRP are keen to help customers choose the correct lined equipment for the job and get the best out of it. With the health, safety and environmental duties that come to bear on many of our customers and the need to keep the general technical level of understanding up of an ever changing workforce, CRP has developed training to assist design, project and plant engineers to understand the world of lined equipment.
To provide a comprehensive overview of PTFE lined piping systems, including an understanding of why such materials are selected and how they are used. This could be to meet training obligations - either for continuous professional development, or to fulfil health and safety requirements.
Usually this is provided via a classroom based training session (site based), making use of audio-visual presentations and classroom media. The training session would typically last two hours and a class size of around 10 is ideal. The training is provided by our technical, manufacturing and commercial staff as appropriate.
Following the training session a short multiple choice question paper is set to both help fix and confirm understanding.
As part of the presentation, CRP will put together a small exhibition of products to aid understanding and a question and answer session concludes the training.
A typical agenda will comprise;
PTFE – What is it?
Liner and PTFE Process Choices
Fittings and PFA Process Choices
Pipe Liner Manufacture
Spool Lining and Flaring
PFA Moulding Manufacture
Lined Equipment Application
Electrostatic & Earthing
We plan to provide course materials for each attendee, which will include notes relating to the presentation and other reference materials for subsequent reference. We will also provide immediately after the visit, certificates confirming the individual’s attendance and understanding of the training.
Caveat and Costs
It is important to comment that we are not acting as paid consultants. We are not insured for such a role. However, we believe that we can bring a wealth of both theoretical and practical experience that is not available from other sources, which should give your team and others a good background in working with these materials.
We see the provision of such training as part of the added value that a supply chain relationship with CRP can bring. To this end we offer such training to our supply contract customers and their agents and sub-contractors. Costs are usually on the basis of meeting our expenses.
Typical presentation feedback received.
Recent feedback comments:
“Very good presentation…well worth coming”
“Really enjoyed the input and particularly the plant tour”
“Good course in a short time”
“Found the course very interesting and provided very useful information I can take away back to our site.”
“Superb presentation – thoroughly professional in every aspect.”
“Very open, showed company as open, honest with high integrity. Thanks!”