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Following successful completion of this course you will have knowledge of :


  • Inspections on fuel receiving, storage, and distribution facilities to detect and correct leakage, corrosion, faulty fittings, and malfunction of mechanical units, meters, and gauges such as distribution lines, float gauges, piping valves, pumps, and roof sumps.
  • Inspections on electrical wiring, switches, and controls for safe-operating condition, grounding, and adjustment. Lubricating and repacking valves.
  • Lubrication on pumps, replaces gaskets, and seals and corrects pumping equipment misalignment. Cleaning strainers and filters, services water separators, and check meters for correct delivery and calibration.
  • Overhauling system components such as pressure regulating valves and excess valves. Disassembling, adjusting, aligning, and calibrating gauges and meters or replaces them. Removing and installing equipment such as filters and piping to modify system or repair and replace system component.
  • Maintaining record of inspections and repairs.
  • Recognizing tank types, valves, calibrations, gauge, and gasket replacements, etc.
  • Basic recurring maintenance, safety, and environmental compliance
  • Just to name a few!

Petroleum Maintenance Professional Certification Level 1 (Basic Apprentice)

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