This online course will provide delegates with an understanding of the standard that covers the design of gas supply meter installations of capacity greater than 6 m3 h-1 and maximum operating pressure note exceeding 38 bar and applies to new, onshore, gas supply meter installations only. It is not retrospective, however, where work needs to be undertaken on a meter installation, it is recommended that such an installation be brought into line with this standard.
This course will be delivered in three, two-hour sessions delivered on three consecutive Mondays (5, 12 and 19 October).
On completion of the course attendees should be able to demonstrate they have sufficient knowledge and understanding covering :
- Locations, housings and compounds - Installation and commissioning including setting governors and safety devices - Covering operation and maintenance - Notices and labels - Completing industry documentation
- Introduction to the original document, brief scope and relationships to other documents
- Detailed scope of Edition 2 and references to other documents - Relationship with GT/1, GT/2 and MAMCoP - Pressure control diagrams - Metering diagrams - Non-standard pressures and EVCs - Ultrasonic meters - Pressure systems, safety regulations and maintenance - IGEM/GL/5 - Pressure control examples and completing the GT/2 - Labelling – new composite notice, completion and relationship with GT/2 - Practical exercises using actual meter rigs
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for anybody involved in the specification, design, validation, construction, installations or maintenance of non-domestic meter installations.