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Repair Methods – Kiefner Training

Course Overview:

Pipeline defects, once detected and assessed, need timely and effective mitigation. Understanding the methods to address these defects ensures the continued safety and integrity of the pipeline. Kiefner’s “Repair Methods” course offers participants a comprehensive insight into the primary techniques used for defect mitigation. Delve deep into the world of welded, mechanical, and composite fiber repairs with Kiefner’s expert guidance.

Core Learning Objectives:

  • Decision-Making Information:
    • Learn how to gather and interpret crucial data that aids in making informed decisions about pipeline repairs.
  • Welded Repairs:
    • Understand the intricacies of welded repairs, their advantages, and challenges.
  • In-Service Welding:
    • Dive into considerations and techniques for welding on pipelines that are in service, ensuring minimal disruption.
  • Mechanical Clamps:
    • Explore the role and application of mechanical clamps in defect mitigation.
  • Composite Solutions:
    • Grasp the utility and application of composite sleeves and wraps for defect repair.
  • Regulatory Guidance:
    • Familiarize yourself with codes, standards, and guidelines that dictate the acceptable and recommended repair methods.

Why Enroll in This Course?

  • Comprehensive Coverage: Gain a well-rounded understanding of the primary repair methods used in the pipeline industry.
  • Practical Knowledge: Equip yourself with practical skills and knowledge that can be applied immediately in the field.
  • Expert Facilitation: Benefit from Kiefner’s extensive experience in pipeline repair and integrity management.

For those involved in pipeline operations, maintenance, or decision-making roles, understanding the various repair methods available is crucial. Whether you’re making decisions on which repair methods to adopt or overseeing repair operations, this course will provide the foundational knowledge necessary.

To explore course schedules, fees, and other details, please contact Kiefner Technical Training.

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