Poly Electrofusion Get accredited now

29 June 2015

Poly Electrofusion is becoming increasingly popular these days. And more companies are insisting on having accredited poly welders on their sites.

So now, you simply can’t afford not to be nationally accredited.

To make sure you’ve got the official skills you need to complete this type of work, Reece have teamed up with two nationally accredited training providers and can offer two Poly Welding training courses to plumbers and civil contractors:

  • Electrofusion weld polyethylene pipes
  • Butt weld & electrofusion weld polyethylene pipes

These courses are an easy way to get up to speed with Poly Welding and the successful use of poly E/F fittings on the job. And once you’re all trained up, Reece Civil has got you covered for all your Poly Electrofusion needs. Our dedicated fleet of crane trucks can deliver 12m lengths of pipe to site, along with any fittings, wipes, consumables, and even welding equipment.

The courses cover everything you need to know about practicing safe Poly Electrofusion, ranging from pipe preparation and alignment equipment right through to things like re-rounding clamps, environment protection enclosures, power supply and control units in accordance with ISO 12176-2.

So take your business to the next level and enrol in one of these courses today.

To find out more about the programs (and the special offer for Reece customers), or to enrol, visit www.reece.com.au/civil/electrofusion-training-hire

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