Course Title: API121-API 579 and ASME PCC-2 : Fitness For Service Assessments And Repair Practices
API 579 FFS (Fitness-For-Service) assessments refer to the quantitative evaluations of engineering which are performed for determining structural integrity of in-service pressurized equipment containing any damage or flaw. The guidelines offered by this standard is used for making “Run-Repair-Replace” decisions. In case it fits the service, safe life of equipment is determined.
If fitness for service procedures are found to have defects, or if any repair is required, the guidelines on repair procedures and repair methods are offered in ASME PCC-2: Repair of Pressure Equipment and Piping Standard.
Xceed Academy has specifically designed this API121-API 579 and ASME PCC-2 training course in order to provide you with logical stepwise procedures for assessing the existing structural integrity of equipment. This will help in deciding its fitness for the sustained service, choosing, and applying the appropriate remedial action.
Also, this training course will impart in-depth knowledge in attendees regarding mechanics of adopting and implementing the rules of API 579 and ASME PCC-2, for their daily usage in professional work, with the help of real-life problem solving and case studies. This discussion will also embrace the related aspects of numerous Post-Construction Codes, like API 570 and API 510.