Can you identify areas where different damage mechanisms may occur? Do you know what the corrosion looks like? Becht’s API 571 course will help train you to identify, as well as, provide strategies for inspection and mitigation for addressing the different damage mechanisms.
The API-571 Damage Mechanism in the Refining Industry course is directed toward all plant personnel who address corrosion and mechanical integrity, from process engineers to inspectors. The course is taught by Subject Matter Experts that are considered amongst the best in their field. Gerrit Buchheim, with 40 years of industry experience will lead the course, and NDE expert Mark Carte, Crude corrosion expert Jim Edmondson, and Amine treating expert Clinton Schulz will contribute.
This course is currently being offered virtual on March 8th. If you would like personalized training specific to your site and plant configuration, please make the request through https://becht.com/contact/
Other training opportunities include:
- Turnaround Risk Based Work Selection (Scope Challenge)
- API-579/ASME FFS-1 Fitness for Service with BechtFFS
- Piping Vibration Analysis & Practical Engineering Solutions In Process Plants
- ASME Sec. VIII, Div. 1 Pressure Vessel Design
Good training has always been necessary, but it has become imperative in recent years. With Industry’s aging demographics and retiring experience, widespread reductions of workforces, and razor-thin budgets, we need good training to carry us successfully into the future. As technology evolves more quickly and changes almost daily, we need good training to help us to wring the last dollar out of our constant upgrades and investments. With an estimated $300M lost annually due to disengaged or poorly trained employees, can your company afford to skimp on training? Reach out to learn more about our training offerings or view our upcoming course schedule here https://becht.com/training/