Fabricatar (Duct)

Fabricatar (Duct)
The course will acquaint the student with the design and fabrication of sheet metal ductwork in both business and private applications. The student will create fittings including reducers, transitions, takeoffs, ogee offsets and radius elbows. Private areas duct designing and estimating techniques will be talked about alongside heat loss/heat gain computations with related PC programming applications. The student will be presented to blue print perusing and related particular books.

General Information
Course Industry:
Fabricatar (Duct)
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Mr. Raja Muhammad Akbar
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
15,000 PKR ($300)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to:

 •             Use and keep up hand and power instruments to the principles of competency                       and security required in the exchange.

•               Apply the right standards of sheet metal pattern development utilizing                                     triangulation, parallel line, and spiral line advancement.

•               Read and utilize diagrams and particulars to assess, manufacture and introduce                    sheet  metal things.

•               Fabricate and introduce, securely and proficiently, smoke and clean fumes                               frameworks, ventilation, warming and cooling frameworks and gear for                                     eateries, healing centers, dairies, bottling works, and so on.

•               Apply their insight into the favorable circumstances and constraints of different

                sorts of sheet metal utilized as a part of the exchange including non-metallic

                materials, for example, plastics.

•               Do the establishment, and administration of HVAC frameworks as per national                    standards.

•               Co-ordinate sheet metal work with different exchanges at work site.

•               Do all sheet metal related assignments expected of a certified proficient. 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:  Half an hour daily             (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                       One (01) hour daily             (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                    Six (06) hour daily             (65%)



 Ensuring safety in both shop and job site.

  •          Shop equipment safety.
  •          job site safety equipment.
  •          ladder safety.
  •          handling sheets of iron safely.

components of ductwork run

  •          purpose of a drive.
  •          slips various types.
  •          different types of seems.

Operate Pittsburgh machine

  •          Pittsburgh seem allowances.
  •          fitting layout drawing for Pittsburgh allowances.
  •          Pittsburgh machine for Feeding materials.

Operate jump shear

  •          safe sheet iron cuts
  •          square edge to align materials.
  •          usage of stop.

Operate sheet metal breaks

  •          learn  8 foot break usage for  Bending sheet iron.
  •          box and pan break uses
  •          box and pan break operating.

Operate rolling machines

  •          Creating bend  by Easy Edger.
  •          Roll sheet metal wrappers with radius roller.
  •          Rolling machine and hand crimper usage for Constructing a pipe crimp.

Examine duct sizing methods

  •          sizing ductwork utilizing rules of thumb.
  •          equal friction method usage to  Calculate duct size.

Explore plans and specs

  •          Scale rule reading.
  •          Blue print interpreting.
  •          Specification book interpreting.

Demonstrate sheet metal fitting layout and fabrication techniques

  •         Fabricate a radious elbow.
  •         Fabricate a transition.
  •         Fabricate  a three way tab takeoff.
  •         Fabricate an ogee s offset.
  •         Cut in takeoffs.

Calculate CFM

  •         Learn how to Compute CFM.
  •         Determine air flow by translating & calculating data.

Investigate duct installation practices

  •          floor registers locations identification.
  •          individual & common retun systems