Fabricator (Pipe)

Fabricator (Pipe)
A pipe fabricator introduces channel, welds carbon steel and stainless steel pipe, and does design work for funnel, vessels and tanks. Obligations incorporate heat treating and weld investigation. The channel fabricator must be a talented welder and have working information of blue print perusing, funnel exchanges math, metallurgy, spool drawings, channel spines and circular segment streak.

General Information
Course Industry:
Fabricator (Pipe)
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Mr. Asad Ali
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses.
Course Fee:
20,000 PKR ($400)


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%)



Drawings and other documents

  •          Types of Drawings typically used in piping design
  •          Making revisions to preliminary and approved drawings
  •          Process Flow Diagram (PFD)
  •          Piping and Instrument Diagram (P&ID)
  •          Instrument Society of America (ISA) identification letters
  •          Orthographic
  •          Sections, Elevations and Perspective View
  •          Detail Drawing
  •          Pipe Support Details
  •          Installation Details
  •          Fabrication Drawings
  •          Spool Drawings
  •          Other piping documents and form


Pipe, fittings and valves

1.          Pipe

  •          Types of Pipe
  •          Types used in the chemical process and petroleum industries
  •          Dimensions and tolerances
  •          Calculating wall thickness
  •          Calculating burst pressure
  •          Calculating MAWP

2.          Flanges

  •          Types and applications
  •          Flange ratings
  •          Selecting a flange type & rating

3.          Forged fittings

  •          Types and ratings

4.          Cast fittings

  •          Types and ratings

5.          Selecting fittings

  •          Forged and cast
  •          Welded and screwed
  •          Grooved and compression fit

6.          Manual Valves and their application

  •          Gate, Globe, Check, Ball, Butterfly, Plug, Pinch and Diaphragm


Developing piping material specifications

1.          Material specifications from the ground up

  •          Formatting
  •          Consistent item description
  •          Staying focused on piping material
  •          Concise and complete descriptions
  •          Proper notes for clarification and reference
  •          Vendor specific descriptions
  •          Use terminology in a consistent manner

2.          Matching up MOC and fluid service

  •          Determining material type and joint type

3.          Matching component rating with fluid service

  •          Cast malleable iron Class 150 threaded, forged steel Class 3000 socketweld, Class 300 flange, etc.

 4.          Determining joint type

  •          Threaded, socketweld, flange, grooved and coupled, flat-face, raised face, compression type, etc.

5.          Determining corrosion allowance

  •          How much corrosion allowance should be assessed
  •          How to calculate corrosion allowance


Piping system design and engineering training

  •          Codes and Standards
  •          Pipe and Fittings
  •          Material Test Reports (MTR)
  •          Welding
  •          Manual Valves
  •          Fluid Service Categories
  •          Corrosion Allowance/Material Selection
  •          Determining Flange Classifications
  •          Leak Testing
  •          Piping Layout Design
  •          Fabrication of metallic pipe
  •          Installation, Cleaning, and Testing of Piping Systems