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CSWIP Plastic Visual Welding Inspector in the Middle East

Is it for me?

The course is highly recommended for personnel working in the plastics industry and responsible to carry out visual inspections of plastic pipe systems.

Throughout the course, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of thermoplastic pipe materials and welding techniques used to join them.

After successfully completing this course, candidates will be able to identify, inspect, and report on plastic pipes that have been welded.

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What will I learn?

  • Practical demonstrations with hands on tuition involving butt fusion, electrofusion and socket fusion welding of polyethylene and polypropylene pipe
  • Welding imperfections
  • Visual inspection
  • Materials quality assurance (QA)
  • Duties and responsibilities of a visual plastic welding inspector
  • Terms and definitions
  • Health and safety

What will I leave with?

  • Confidence in contractors and installation teams
  • Improvement in systems
  • Reduction in downtime due to failure and re-working
  • Decline in maintenance costs
  • Enhancement in working practices
  • Decrease in insurance costs
  • Production of inspection reports
  • CSWIP certification is recognised worldwide

What else should I know?

Although there is no specific experience requirement it is recommended that candidates possess a minimum of six months of plastic welding-related engineering experience and two years of industrial experience.
All training courses and examinations can be carried out at TWI’s Plastic Welding Training Centre in Middlesbrough, TWI’s headquarters in Cambridge, TWI Malaysia or at Customers’ premises, worldwide.

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