McElroy University operator qualification classes help students of all levels to develop and refine fusion skills on McElroy equipment. With an instructional mix of 30% classroom and 70% hands-on, students learn the basic mechanics of machine operations and the theory behind it for an overall understanding.
Keeping equipment and tooling maintained protects your investments. That's why McElroy offers a variety of troubleshooting and rebuild classes based on machine type and size. These classes teach mechanics and technicians the various aspects of rebuilding a fusion machine, as well as, maintaining the equipment to perform at peak efficiency.
Inspector Qualification School was created to satisfy a demand from the industry for a training course designed for the polyethylene welding inspector. In the school, we will explain the theory of butt fusion of polyethylene pipe and the process used to join it. The information includes the use of inspection checklists and a discussion of the critical factors involved in the fusion welding processes.