This four-day seminar will consist of 32 hours of training on medical gas pipeline equipment such as alarms, valves, compressors and vacuum pumps. It will also include detailed training in NFPA 99, including types of facilities and requirements, installation of medical gas piping systems, testing, requirements, etc. A section of the class will be devoted to proper brazing techniques and requirements for working with medical gas equipment. This class will be instructed under the 2018 edition of NFPA 99.
Sixteen states including Connecticut now have statutes mandating this 32-hour course and several other states have bills before their legislature regarding formal medical gas installation training requirements.
By registering for this class, the student is stating that they have a minimum of four (4) years of documented practical experience in the installation of piping systems.
- NFPA 99 Handbook
- ASSE 6000 Handbook
- Use of Turbo Torches, Acetylene and Nitrogen during Brazing Practicum
Students must Supply:
- 5-6 feet of 1.5" L tubing not cleaned
- 8-10 1.5" wrought couplings with stops
- 1lb 5% silver solder
- Safety Equipment (goggles, gloves, etc)
- Tape Measure
- Tubing Cutter
- Tri-Stand/Pipe Vice