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Pressure Relief Devices: Design, Sizing, Construction, Inspection and Maintenance

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Pressure Relief Devices: Design, Sizing, Construction, Inspection and Maintenance

This in-person course will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the design, construction, installation, operation, inspection and maintenance of pressure relieving devices.
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February 25-26, 2024
Jasper, Alberta, Canada
$895
Earn credits: CEUs: 1.50 | PDHs: 15.00
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Expansion Joints: How thermal expansion solutions can become big pressure problems

Almost all industrial facilities—whether process, power, manufacturing or research— have at least one and often many expansion joints to provide engineered solutions for issues such as thermal expansion, piping fit-up, equipment nozzle loads and vibration isolation. Sometimes they are a last resort. Other times, they are widely accepted as an extra means of safety. Grow your understanding of expansion joints with three key takeaways from this free whitepaper from ASME’s expert instructor, Jim Meyer. 

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