Heat Treatment Practitioner performing local heat treatment of welded fabrications on site, or in a workshop, using resistance heating, will benefit from this course. The course is also suitable for maintenance personnel who are responsible for supervising heat treatment operations. Candidates who preferably have a Grade 10 Qualification as well as experience in engineering and/or metal working is recommended.
Covers heat treatment requirements for the fabrication of pressure vessels, steam generators and process equipment.
The following Fabrication Codes are dealt with in this course:
- AWS D1.1
- Basic metallurgy
- Heat treatment definitions
- Welding processes
- Welding effects on materials – why is heat treatment necessary?
- Heat treatment cycles, heating and cooling rates, soaking temperatures, soaking times
- Code and material specification requirements for welding
- Pre-heat, post-weld heat treatment, normalising, annealing, hydrogen removal
- Methods of heat treatment
- Determining pre- and post-weld heat treatment requirements to codes and standards
- Determining heating and insulation band widths
- Determining heating configurations on nozzles
- Setting up equipment for weld heat treatments – thermocouples, heaters, insulation
- Operating heat treatment equipment
For the below courses, book by emailing email@example.com. As soon as the minimum number of people have been booked in your region, the course will be scheduled.
Pricing (Including VAT)
Corporate Member – R29,400
Non-Corporate Member – R31,800
Successful Candidates will
- understand the necessity to perform pre- and post-weld heat treatments
- be able to determine heat treatment cycles in accordance with various codes
- be able to set up and operate heat treatment equipment