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Refractories Training

R5 - QC During Refractory Installation

This course will be available on two different dates this year:

Thursday 23 May 2024  and  Thursday 14 November 2024
Location: Lucideon HQ, Staffordshire

 

Do you have a refractory installation scheduled shortly or one planned for the future? If your answer to this question is "yes," our training course will benefit your organization.

Using theory and case studies, the one-day course will help you to plan for your next major refractory installation and the quality control elements that are essential, whether it's a monolithic, castable or brick lining. The course content has been designed to cover all aspects of onsite refractory installation to help you ensure that your new installation is of the highest quality, on schedule and of optimal performance.

 

 

Who is the course suitable for?

The course is suitable for those involved in the petrochemical, cement, lime, and incinerator industries, but also for refractory installers, suppliers, distributors, contractors, operations, and maintenance personnel and project managers. The course can be delivered at the Lucideon headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent or onsite.

 

For brick and monolithic installations, the course will cover:

  • Qualifying the material (type of testing required, sample sizes, sample frequencies, dealing with non-conformances, material storage)
  • Qualifying the installer (cutting, casting, vibration, brick laying techniques)
  • Qualifying the equipment (type of equipment, condition, quantity)

 

 

Mid- and post- installation

  • During installation (monitoring, brick supply, installation techniques, dimensional checks, managing the team, material sampling, quality control of anchor welding, approval of form work, weather conditions, risk assessment, removal of shutters and formwork)
  • Dry out & start up procedures
  • Communicating with the production teams

 

 

» Register your interest in attending this course

 

For further information, please contact:
Caroline Mullington, Information Services & Technology Partnerships Capability Leader
caroline.mullington@uk.lucideon.com