Seats filling up for PSI-PCI Visual Cylinder Inspector course at Our World Underwater

The very popular Visual Cylinder Inspector class at the upcoming Our World-Underwater Show in Chicago is filling up fast.  Don’t wait to reserve your seat to the last minute!  The PSI-PCI course is perfect for technicians that need to visually inspect high pressure cylinders in the course of their business, individuals that would like to inspect their own cylinders, or individuals that just want to understand what is supposed to be done.  We cover aluminum, steel and composite cylinders make up, manufacturing process and inspection procedures.

We also touch on information pertaining to valve repair and maintenance, eddy current testing and O2 cylinder cleaning in the Visual Inspection Course.  Because of the vast amount of information to cover to do it right, we offer our Specialty courses on Saturday to supplement the visual inspection process.  These include Valve Repair Technician, Eddy Current Technician and Oxygen Cylinder Cleaning Technician.

The training offered by PSI-PCI is the only training of its kind that is endorsed, referred to and utilized by the cylinder manufacturers and recognized by USDOT, Compressed Gas Association and OSHA, to name a few.  This has been our core business for over 30 years.  Our training is written in conjunction with actual industry experts to provide you with the training you need to be in compliance with the federal regulations pertaining to these inspection processes.  Get your training from the experts – the most trusted name in Visual Cylinder Inspection training – PSI-PCI, Inc.!

Visit this link to sign up for training at Our World Underwater or any of the other shows we are attending.  We look forward to seeing you there!

http://www.psicylinders.com/regional-training

PSI-PCI

PSI-PCI

PSI, Inc. (Professional Scuba Inspectors), also now known as PCI, Inc. (Professional Cylinder Inspectors, Inc.) or together as PSI-PCI, was formed in 1982. PSI-PCI is in its 30th year, serving the diving (scuba), fire fighting (SCBA), hydro re-testing and other industries involved with high pressure cylinders.

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