MECHANICAL JOINT INTEGRITY HYDRAULICALLY TORQUE AND TENSION BOLTED CONNECTION TECHNIQUES MJI 10, 18 & 19
AIM 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.
Pre-Requisite Basic working knowledge of the principles and practice of piping/flanged systems.
Course Duration The duration of this course is 3 days.
Maximum Number 4 persons.
Training Aids Lecture notes, audio/visual presentations, examples of tools, flanges, gaskets, bolts and interactive practical demonstrations.
Assessment Practical exercises and a written test.
Certification 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.)