Ironworking Level 2 Trainee Guide, Paperback
This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Position Arc Welding, Introduction to Reinforcing Steel and Steel Fabrication, Miscellaneous Ironworking, Trade Math, Blueprint Reading Two, Rigging Two, Structural Ironworking Two, Steel Joists and Joist Girders Two, Construction Cranes Two and Levels, Transits, and Electronic Survey Devices. Instructor SupplementsInstructors: Product supplements may be ordered directly through OASIS at http://oasis.pearson.com. For more information contact your Pearson NCCER/Contren Sales Specialist at http://nccer.pearsonconstructionbooks.com/store/sales.aspx. Instructor's Guide Paperback 0-13-018316-4Instructor's Guide Binder 0-13-018318-0 Computerized Testing Software 0-13-018912-X Transparency Masters 0-13-018916-2
- 29 Mar 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
30201 Position Arc Welding (20 Hours) Identifies and explains weld joints, weld positions, and open V-butt welds. Describes how to prepare arc welding equipment and how to make flat welds, horizontal welds, vertical welds, and overhead welds. 30202 Introduction to Reinforcing Steel and Steel Fabrication (10 Hours) Describes the applications of reinforcing bars, bar bends, and the basic work processes involved in placing reinforcing bars. Identifies tools and types of ties used in securing rebars and describes how to read and interpret bar tags. 30203 Miscellaneous Ironworking (7.5 Hours) Explains structures and locations where various types of ornamental or miscellaneous iron are used. Describes ornamental and miscellaneous ironwork work processes and the ferrous and nonferrous metals used. 30204 Trade Math (10 Hours) Describes how to use mathematical processes to estimate and calculate load weights and compare safe working loads. Covers the mathematical processes used to calculate reeving efficiency. 30205 Blueprint Reading Two (10 Hours) Introduces types of structural plans and describes the information included on each type. Presents the sequences of erection plans for each step of construction and identifies the symbols and abbreviations used on drawings. Comes with ten 11" x 17" drawings. 30206 Rigging Two (10 Hours) Identifies and describes the uses of slings and miscellaneous rigging equipment, sling capacities, and sling angles. Explains the mechanical advantage achieved by reeving and how to calculate reeving efficiency. 30207 Structural Ironworking Two (30 Hours) Describes pre-erection activities for structural steel. Provides procedures for erecting bearing devices, columns, beams, girders, joists, bracing, and bridging. 30208 Steel Joists and Joist Girders Two (15 Hours) Identifies the types of joists, methods of end support, and the types of bridging available. Explains how to locate the ironworking information on framing plans and describes steel joist installation procedures. Comes with one 11" x 17" drawing. 30209 Construction Cranes Two (15 Hours) Identifies the types of mobile cranes found on constructsites and explains the components and reeviDescribes factors affecting mobile crane liftispecial lifting situations. Covers mobile crane hazards and the required crane operator qualifications. 30210 Levels, Transits, and Electronic Survey Devices (17.5 Hours) Explains construction industry terms and symbols and the math applications associated with surveying activities. Describes the surveying tools used in ironworking and surveying applications and procedures.