Intro to PVF: Part 1 - Module 3: Thermoplastic Industrial Piping
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Intro to PVF: Part 1 - Module 3: Thermoplastic Industrial Piping

2020-10-20
When: Tuesday, October 20, 2020
1:30 - 2:15 pm EDT
Where: Webinar
Canada
Contact: Geeta Persaud
416-695-0447 ext. 310


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CIPH's Industrial Pipe, Valves & Fittings Council Presents:


Intro to PVF - Part 1
 

Module 3: Thermoplastic Industrial Piping

When: Tuesday, October 20, 2020   |   Where: Live Webinar   |   Time: 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm EDT   |   Registration Fee: $50 + HST

 

CIPH & MCA Members Only

Intro to PVF- Part 1 is a modular-based, training offered by CIPH's Industrial, Pipe, Valves & Fittings Council. This powerful training resource is critical for any employee who needs to learn the basics of the key product segments of the PVF sector. Designed for new hires or for anyone who just wants a brush up!


Who should attend and why?

Any employee who is new to the PVF sector and needs more in-depth training on PVF products or those who need a refresher.               


Objectives:

  • Understand the most commonly used terms with thermoplastic piping
  • Learn what questions to ask when choosing the correct thermoplastic pipe material
  • Learn the basics of solvent welding

Topics of Discussion:

  • PVC and CPVC Pressure Piping Systems
  • Design Considerations
  • Installation Tips
  • Introduction to Thermoplastic Valves
  • Double Containment Piping Systems


Registration fee:
 $50 + HST  

Presenter:

 

Kevin Yong-Ping

Kevin Yong-Ping is the IPEX Regional Engineer for Ontario.  His primary role is supporting the technical sale of thermoplastic piping by educating engineers, contractors and code officials on piping topics relevant to their field.  He has presented at various OPIA chapters, local municipalities across Canada, the OBOA, the Plumbing Advisory Council and the CIPH IPVF sessions.  Prior to IPEX, he worked in the firestop industry for 10 years for a firestop manufacturer and for an engineering design firm for 5 years.