NCCER BOILERMAKING LEVEL THREE, 2nd Edition
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Complete all four levels to attain journey-level Boilermaking status. Finishing this course satisfies the requirements of a Boilermaker apprenticeship program (4 years and 8,000 hours of on the job training).
This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Boiler Pressure Components, Boiler Nonpressure Components, Advanced Tube Work, Special Rigging, BRIL (Brick, Refractory, Insulation, and Lagging), Boiler Auxiliaries, Towers and Exchangers, and Testing Piping Systems and Equipment.
Table of Contents
29103-09 Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC ) (10 Hours)
Explains plasma arc cutting equipment and safe work area preparation. Identifies correct amperage settings, gas pressures, and flow rates. Covers plasma arc cutting methods for piercing, slotting, squaring, and beveling metals. Explains how to store equipment and clean the work area.
34301-11 Boiler Pressure Components(25 Hours)
Describes the pressure components of a boiler system and their locations. Explains the procedures required to repair pressure components of a boiler.
34302-11 Boiler Nonpressure Components (15 Hours)
Describes the nonpressure components of a boiler system and their locations. Explains the procedures required to repair pressure components of a boiler.
34303-11 Boiler Auxiliaries (25 Hours)
Describes the air flow systems within a boiler system. Explains the different fuels used to fire boiler system furnaces. Describes ash removal systems and the equipment used to protect the environment. Covers the feed water system into a boiler and the blow down from a boiler system.
34304-11 BRIL (Brick, Refractory, Insulation, and Lagging) (5 Hours)
Describes the various types of BRIL and explains their functions. Also addresses the hazards associated with BRIL.
34305-11 Advanced Tube Work (20 Hours)
Explains the methods used to identify problem tubes and the methods used to extract them. Also describes the methods used for replacing and plugging tubes.
34306-11 Testing Piping Systems and Equipment (20 Hours)
Lists pretest requirements for boiler system piping systems and equipment. Describes service and flow tests, head pressure tests, and hydrostatic tests performed on boiler system piping systems and equipment.
34307-11 Rigging (22.5 Hours)
Describes common rigging hardware and equipment and how to inspect it. Identifies special rigging equipment. Covers the knots used in rigging and the hand signals used to communicate with crane operators. Describes basic rigging and crane safety procedures. Explains how to balance loads.
34308-11 Towers and Exchangers (25 Hours)
Explains the basic distillation process. Identifies various types of towers and their components. Explains the function of various types of towers. Identifies various types of exchangers and their components. Explains exchanger functions.
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