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  • CNG Fuel System Design and Installation Training

    Intended for design engineers, installation technicians and quality assurance teams, this training provides the instruction and comprehensive learning necessary to design and install CNG fuel systems that will comply with all applicable safety codes and standards. The course teaches students about all CNG fuel system components and their ...

    By Natural Gas Vehicle Institute (NGVi) based in Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA). from In-House Training line

  • Wastewater Pump Schools

    Watch for S&L's Wastewater Pump Schools across the United States. Schools may be eligible for continuing education credits.  Limited space available.  Find a pump school near you at right.

    By Smith & Loveless Inc. based in Lenexa, KANSAS (USA).

  • Selection and Operation of Groundwater Purging & Sampling Devices Training Courses

    There are a lot more useful and appropriate purging and sampling device options available than the bailer! Learn what types of sampling devices are appropriate for a variety of analytical parameters, and which devices should never be used for some parameters. This series of 2 modules provides a detailed discussion of a wide range of devices ...

    By The Nielsen Environmental Field School based in Las Cruces, NEW MEXICO (USA). from Complete Groundwater Sampling E-Course Training line

  • On-Site Cross-Connection Control Training

    Objective: Review fundamental concepts of Cross-Connection Control (backflow prevention), at your Water System Site, so that your System Operator can develop a 'Hands On' understanding of what is involved in protecting a Potable Water System against uncontrolled plumbing cross-connections between process waters and/or other potential sources of ...

    By FloSafe Consulting based in Sacramento, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • CNG Fuel System Inspector Training

    Ensuring integrity of CNG fuel systems is a vital part of NGV safety. While the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requires all on-board CNG storage cylinders to be visually inspected every three years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first, or following any accident or fire, NGV industry best practice calls for inspection of ...

    By Natural Gas Vehicle Institute (NGVi) based in Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA). from E-Learning - Vehicle Training line

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