MECHANICAL JOINT INTEGRITY HYDRAULICALLY TORQUE AND TENSION BOLTED CONNECTION TECHNIQUES MJI 10, 18 & 19
The aim of this course is to focus delegates on Mechanical Joint Integrity and the adoption of best practice in ensuring a leak-free ‘right first time’ joint using hydraulically torque and tension bolted connection techniques.
Basic working knowledge of the principles and practice of piping/flanged systems.
The duration of this course is 3 days.
Lecture notes, audio/visual presentations, examples of tools, flanges, gaskets, bolts and interactive practical demonstrations.
Practical exercises and a written test.
On successful completion of the course candidates will receive an ECITB Certificate in Mechanical Joint Integrity Hydraulically Torque and Tension Bolted Connection Techniques (MJI 10, 18 & 19).
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On successful completion of Hydraulically Torque and Tension Bolted Connection Techniques, delegates will be able to:
- Explain how to ensure intended task confirms to intended specifications, methods, process, techniques and procedures
- Dismantle hand torque bolted connection systems
- Remove components from hand torque bolted connection systems
- Replace components in hand torque bolted connection systems
- Assemble, secure and hand torque bolted connections
- Dismantle hydraulically tensioned bolted connection systems
- Remove components from hydraulically tensioned bolted connection systems
- Replace components in hydraulically tensioned bolted connection systems
- Assemble, secure and hydraulically tension bolted connections
- Dismantle hydraulically torqued bolted connection systems
- Remove components from hydraulically torqued bolted connection systems
- Replace components in hydraulically torqued bolted connection systems
- Assemble and secure hydraulically torqued bolted connections
- Verify the integrity of the assembled joint
- Health and Safety in Bolted Assembly / Disassembly
- Principles of Bolting
- Principles of Flanges
- Principles of Mechanical Seals
- Principles of Industrial Fasteners
- Principles of Compact Flanges
- Principles of Hub and Clamp Pipe Connections
- Principles of Torque Tightening
- Alternatives to Torque
- Flange Joint Assembly Techniques
- Bolted Joint Assembly using Manual Torque Equipment
- Bolted Joint Assembly Using Hydraulic Torque Wrenches
- Bolted Joint Assembly Using Bolt Tensioning Equipment
- Stage 1 – MJI 10, 18 & 19 Training (In Centre Training)
- Stage 2 – Work Place Practice (Consolidation period of 3 to 12 months to complete Work Based Task Assignment)
- Stage 3 – Technical Tests (formal assessment of knowledge, skills and ability.)