ECITB MJI 10, 18, 19 (Torque and Tension)

Overview

ECITB MJI training courses cover torque and tensioning techniques essential for mechanical joint integrity. MJI 10 introduces bolted joint assembly principles and safety procedures. MJI 18 focuses on hydraulic torque wrench operation for precise tightening. MJI 19 delves into hydraulic tensioning equipment usage for achieving accurate bolt preload. These modules equip participants with the skills needed for safe and effective joint assembly, crucial across various industries.

Awarding Body

The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) oversees training, certification, and standards in the engineering construction industry in the UK, ensuring workers possess requisite skills and qualifications to maintain industry standards and safety regulations.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate proficiency in understanding the fundamental principles of bolted joint assembly.
  • Exhibit proficiency in the selection and utilization of appropriate tools for torque and tensioning operations.
  • Display competence in the calculation and application of precise torque values and tensioning techniques.
  • Possess an understanding of safety procedures and protocols required during joint assembly.
  • Demonstrate the ability to achieve and maintain proper bolt preload to ensure joint integrity and prevent leakage or failure.

Start Time

End Time

Duration

08:30 am
16:30 pm
2.5 Days

Course Structure

MJI 10 / 19 (hand and hydraulic torque)

MJI 18 (hydraulic tension)

Pre-requisites

No prerequisites are necessary.

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