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Safety Valve Training Courses
The training courses offered by Blupax Training are modular and adaptable. The module element can be picked from the various typical course contents list to form new courses to meet customer requirements.
Courses can be developed to incorporate customer specific requirements, for example, to cover company specific procedures and documentations or to cover additional technical areas. There may be additional costs associated with developing customer specific course content.

Courses typically last for a single day and take one of two forms: either a full day lecture course or a half day lecture with a half day practical.

Courses can be carried out at one of our Blupax Training Centres in either Stockton or Bristol, or on customer’s premises. In the case of practical course elements Seetru can provide sample valves and test equipment and/or it can use a customer workshop, valves and equipment, subject to suitability.

Safety Valve Best Engineering Practice
Pick and Mix training courses
To develop a customised training course, select from the following lists the topics that you want to cover and a course can be constructed around your requirements.

Typical Content elements
Why safety valves are needed, legal and safety requirements
Safety valve types and terminology
Safety valve standards
Safety valve selection - including the requirements of the PED (European Pressure Equipment Directive)
Safety valve storage
Installation design
Installation onto systems
Safety valve management legal requirement and regimes
Factors affecting the management of safety valves
Failure modes and trouble shooting
Safety valve maintenance and overhaul
Safety inspection and testing
In-situ safety valve testing using the Tru-test– system
Safety valve re-setting
Personal Protection Equipment requirements

Safety Valve Disposal
Seetru and Leser Safety Valves – Best Engineering Practice
Adaptable courses, Seetru and Leser specific, just select your requirements from the following list
This course provides some general background in safety valves to support the main aim of the course which is to provide Seetru and Leser product specific training. The product specific training will meet the requirements of companies who own and operate these safety valves and companies who carry out maintenance of the products.

Typical Contents elements
Safety valve types
Safety valve standards (e.g. API rules and standards, TUV AD Merkblatt-A2, BS6759)
Leser DIN and API526 valve ranges and designs
Seetru valve ranges including threaded and flanged safety valves
Safety valve storage
Safety valve maintenance and overhaul
Seals, re-lapping and torances
Changing components and effects on approvals, to include: seats, seals, nozzles, bonnets, springs, caps etc.
Bellows fitting and testing
Procedures for re-use of gaskets in valves for repair or overhaul
Tightening torque for bolts and threaded components
Tightness and valve setting according to API527, ASMEVIII, BS6759 and TUV AD Merkblatt-A2.
Body and functional tightness
Safety valve testing
Safety valve re-setting
Safety valve disposal