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Valve Internal Seat Repair

Class ID: TR-9-70210-HA

$4,550.00

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This course provides general instruction to perform inspections and interpret required repairs using proper equipment and techniques. Class instructs students how to determine angle changes to t-up existing wedges for proper sealing and t-up new replacement wedges or welded wedges. Class provides general instructions on how to obtain and provide the correct seat width of internal seats on gate valves with the use of lapping equipment, correct blue check techniques, and other inspections to ensure the proper operation of a valve.

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Class Dates

Feb 05, 2024 – Feb 09, 2024, July 15, 2024 – July 19, 2024

  • Standard Class Size: 6 Students per Instructor
  • Maximum Class Size: 8 Students per Instructor
  • Course Duration: 5 days
  • Supplied Materials:  Electronic training manual for each student
  • Suggested Attendees: Mechanics, machinists, pipefitters, and mechanical foremen
  • Course Description:This course provides general instruction to perform inspections and interpret required repairs using proper equipment and techniques. Class instructs students how to determine angle changes to t-up existing wedges for proper sealing and t-up new replacement wedges or welded wedges. Class provides general instructions on how to obtain and provide the correct seat width of internal seats on gate valves with the use of lapping equipment, correct blue check techniques, and other inspections to ensure the proper operation of a valve.

Each student will be required to pass a written test with a minimum score of 80% in order to successfully complete this course. Upon successful completion of this training course, the student will:

  • Perform inspections and interpret required repairs using proper equipment
  • Correctly identify the internal parts of a gate valve
  • Determine angle changes to t-up existing wedges for proper sealing
  • Fit-up new replacement wedges or wedges that have been welded
  • Identify various styles of linear and rotary valves.
  • Perform correct seat width on gate valves with the use of lapping equipment, blue check techniques and other inspections

After completing this course, the student will:

  • Describe the valve seating area and understanding the sealing process
  • Inspect the sealing areas of a gate valve
  • Correctly perform a blue check and valve lapping
  • Interpretation of seating profile and performing required angle changes for proper seat to wedge contact
  • Fit-up of a Gate Valve new replacement or welded wedge
  • Fit-up of a new Anchor Darling replacement upper and lower wedge/stem assembly
  • Increase the plant’s self-sufficiency in valve seat repair maintenance.
  • Increase the reliability of the plant’s valves.
  • Reduce the plant’s cost of valve maintenance.

  • Standard Class Size: 6 Students per Instructor
  • Maximum Class Size: 8 Students per Instructor
  • Course Duration: 5 days
  • Supplied Materials:  Electronic training manual for each student
  • Suggested Attendees: Mechanics, machinists, pipefitters, and mechanical foremen
  • Course Description:This course provides general instruction to perform inspections and interpret required repairs using proper equipment and techniques. Class instructs students how to determine angle changes to t-up existing wedges for proper sealing and t-up new replacement wedges or welded wedges. Class provides general instructions on how to obtain and provide the correct seat width of internal seats on gate valves with the use of lapping equipment, correct blue check techniques, and other inspections to ensure the proper operation of a valve.

Each student will be required to pass a written test with a minimum score of 80% in order to successfully complete this course. Upon successful completion of this training course, the student will:

  • Perform inspections and interpret required repairs using proper equipment
  • Correctly identify the internal parts of a gate valve
  • Determine angle changes to t-up existing wedges for proper sealing
  • Fit-up new replacement wedges or wedges that have been welded
  • Identify various styles of linear and rotary valves.
  • Perform correct seat width on gate valves with the use of lapping equipment, blue check techniques and other inspections

After completing this course, the student will:

  • Describe the valve seating area and understanding the sealing process
  • Inspect the sealing areas of a gate valve
  • Correctly perform a blue check and valve lapping
  • Interpretation of seating profile and performing required angle changes for proper seat to wedge contact
  • Fit-up of a Gate Valve new replacement or welded wedge
  • Fit-up of a new Anchor Darling replacement upper and lower wedge/stem assembly

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