Cut sheet that outlines the HBI Training Programs, with details of training courses, training levels, and certifications.
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This webinar introduces the two-day ASME PD577 course which covers bolting science and practice for managers and engineers. This presentation provides an outline for the course objectves, class syllabus, training delivery style and samples of content leading to the ASME certificate.
This webinar introduces the ASME PCC-1 Appendix A definition of the Qualified Bolting Specialist with Heat Exchanger Specialization. The talk discusses the training and in-person instructor led exercises and evaluation leading to the ASME QBS with Heat Exchanger Supplemental Qualification.
This webinar is to provide Rail Industry clients with various applications that HYTORC has provided solutions for, which has given the user increased safety, speed and schedule. The elimination of fuels onsite along with elimination of Hand Arm Vibration has taken the industry by storm. The webinar will include Track-based Maintenance, OLE Structures and Train Carriage Maintenance.
Webinar Preview of Safe Bolting Principles and Pracitces course 2020
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HYTORC Technology eliminates hazardous pinch-points, improving job safety and job time with your maintenance and service needs.
The HYTORC Washer: The only bolting solution that eliminates pinch points.
When dealing with large, heavy products that require comparably large, heavy equipment, industrial bolting can become a safety issue with the potential for costly consequences. HYTORC eliminates pinch points that are the cause of common hand and finger injuries.
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