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How to Perform Inspections
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How to Perform Inspections Using ASME A17.2-2010
Robinson Education Services is pleased to announce that we will be offering another new course “How to Perform Inspections Using ASME A17.2 -2010”. This in depth course covers how to perform a periodic inspection, a Category 1, 5, or acceptance test on both electric and hydraulic elevators using A17.2/2010.
The course starts by explaining the “form and arrangements” used in A17.2 so you can access all the information with speed and confidence. Difficult cross reference referrals are made simple to understand so all elevator personnel have the knowledge to apply the correct code to the appropriate equipment.
The “scope and application” section are analyzed for meaning, safety, required tools, and harmonization with A17.1 and jurisdictional application.
The course will help elevator personnel and inspectors maximize their time and efforts to do a more efficient periodic inspection making errors and omissions a thing of the past.
Periodic and acceptance tests are explained with how to evaluate the results with the code’s requirements. Manufacturer’s testing and inspection procedures are referenced and examined.
The course teaches how to record the results of your tests and inspections. Use of the non-mandatory checklist is covered as well as field tips on the best method for each A17.2 item you cover.
- Conduct a Normal terminal stopping device (NTS) test. Which circuits must be temporarily defeated as to isolate the terminal slowdowns.
- Conduct an Emergency terminal stopping (ETS) test or ETSL test.
- Conduct a safety test and evaluate the safety slide and test results.
- Verify the speed of a hydraulic elevator as well as conduct a low oil test; all pressure related tests, an overspeed valve test, and a bottom plunger clearance test.
- Particular attention is paid to hoistway door and car door requirements as is testing electrical protective devices.
To enroll, please select How to Perform Inspections from the Class Schedule or call 888.690.5820 for further assistance.
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