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TR101

Small Diameter

Troubleshooting and Rebuild


Jobsites experience less downtime when equipment is kept in good working order. In the Small Diameter Troubleshooting and Rebuild session, students learn to properly maintain and overhaul McElroy small-diameter machines that butt fuse pipe ranging from ½" CTS to 6" DIPS (16mm to 180mm). Participants go hands-on and repair a variety of machines from the Mini-Mc® to the Pit Bull® 26 including a Multi-Mc® heater.

Session Length

2 ½ Days

Included With Class

Lunch Provided

Tuition

$1,100

Topics Covered

  • Equipment Evaluation
  • Heater Repair
  • Facer Repair
  • Carriage Repair
  • Rebuild Techniques
  • Troubleshooting Techniques
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Parts Identification

Equipment Covered

Agenda

  • Parts Finder and Assembly drawing
  • Multi-Mc® Heater Repair
  • Mini-Mc® Fusion Machine
  • Socket Fusion Tooling
  • Sidewinder® Fusion Machine
  • 2LC/2CU, Pit Bull® 14 and Pit Bull® 26 Fusion Machines
  • Hands-On Training
  • Testing
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