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Importance of the

Bolted Joint Assembly

to Industry

 

Course Overview

If there were no nuts & bolts, there would truly be no industry! And the bolt is always in the critical maintenance path. 

Big problems usually start with a small leak. And the result can be catastrophic. At the minimum, leaks cause joint failures, fires, bolting accidents, excessive bolting times, loss of production and safety compromises.

Learning Objectives 

No course can cover all possibilities and address all problems. The key is to know what to look for, and where to go to get the answers. Hopefully that is what you will take away from this course. 

Critical Learning Goals of this Workshop: 

•    Principles of joint reliability

•    Basics of torque and tension

•    Factors that affect the accuracy of load

•    The selection and proper use of gaskets

•    Safe operation and handling of bolting tools

•    Planning for safety and success

•    Practical application – not just talk!


Who Should Attend?
 

  • Production Managers
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Maintenance Supervisors
  • Maintenance Schedulers/ Planners
  • Mechanical Team Leaders
  • Quality Assurance Managers

Trainer’s Profile: 

Momin Arif 
 
A military aviator by profession, he holds a Masters degree and has accumulated vast experience in various field, training, and command & staff appointments during his 36 years Service career in the Pakistan Air Force. He established, as the Project Director, what today is the Air University; and was a founder-DS of the Joint Services Staff College (JSSC), Chaklala.
 
He is CEO and Founder Director of  OGEC, A specialist company in bolting technologies, which has revolutionized the practice of bolting in Pakistan
 
He has diversified experience in management, imparting training, flight & ground safety, accident investigation, sustainable maintenance & trouble-shooting; and quality assurance, etc. Besides having qualified the Flying Instructors’ and the Test Pilot’s Corrosion and Quality Control courses, he is also a Certified Trainer on Bolting from Hytorc USA.

Starting From Timings Last Date of Registration Fee
09-12-10

0900-1700

(Thursday)

04-12-10

Rs: 15,000

Per Participant

* 10% Discount for students and groups of two or more

Duration        =          08 Hours

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