Saturday, February 04, 2012

Event: Two Day Course on Concept and Design of Plumbing and SWV System

Venue: Wisma IEM 
Date &Time: 21 Feb 2012 to 22 Feb 2012 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM) 
CPD/PDP: 12 
Closing Date: 18-Feb-2012 

At the end of the training course, participants should be able to:
1. Understand the basis to determine the cold water storage demand and size the transfer pump accordingly
2. Select the suitable type of pumping system to meet the water usage requirements namely direct, variable speed drive, pneumatic tank
3. Select the piping material amongst the many choices of plastic and metal
4. Calculate the piping size for cold water in accordance to the BS6700 standard methodology of Loading Units
5. Take preventive measures to minimize the impact of water hammer to the pipe lines by way of design and selection of the right equipment
6. Determine the stack size of Soil, Waste, Vent (SWV) using Discharge Unit methodology and understand the constraints impose on branch discharge pipe in particular on the gradient to minimize blockage
7. Observant of poorly installed plumbing and SWV systems which are preventable

Speaker Profile 
Engr. Ir. Gary Lim Eng Hwa BE(Mech.) NZ, Mgt Dip. FIEM, P.Eng, Asean Eng. Ir Gary Lim is an experienced and qualified Professional Engineer with over 20 years of manufacturing experience in these areas; Industrial Engineering (Work Study), Project Management, Maintenance, Production and Factory Management. The 20 years of his work spanned over various industries namely industrial chemicals, diary products, jam, sauces, chocolates, confectionnaires, industrial gases (liquid nitrogen, oxygen, argon, etc), blow moulding of plastic containers and paint manufacturing (highly fire hazardous). In the diary industry involved in the design of Clean-In-Place (CIP) system of the process pipings.

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