LEARNING KEY OUTCOME
At the end of the training course, participants should be able to:
1. Proceed to the Professional Competency Examinations (PCE) Part B
- Mechanical Engineering Syllabus 3.0 Hydraulics on the followings:
a. SPAN Uniform Technical Guidelines (UTG)
b. BS 6700 withdrawn replaced by BS8558:2011 & BS EN806
c. Design Considerations on Cold Water, Hot Water, Pressures, Pump Controls
2. Cold Water & Hot Water - Select the piping material amongst the many choices of plastic and metal
3. Pressures and Pump Controls - Calculate the piping sizes
4. Take preventive measures to minimize the impact of water hammer to the pipe lines by way of design and selection of the right equipment.
5. Case Studies to illustrate the design considerations
ABOUT THE SPEAKER : Ir. GARY LIM ENG HWA
BE(Mech.) NZ, Mgt Dip. FIEM, P.Eng, Asean Eng. AT 31000
Ir. Gary Lim is an experienced and qualified Professional Engineer with over 20 years of manufacturing experience in these areas; Industrial Engineering (Work Study), Project Management, Maintenance, Production and Factory Management. The 20 years of his work spanned over various industries namely industrial chemicals, diary products, jam, sauces, chocolates, confectionnaires, industrial gases (liquid nitrogen, oxygen, argon, etc), blow moulding of plastic containers and paint manufacturing (highly fire hazardous). In the diary industry involved in the design of Clean-In-Place (CIP) system of the process pipings.
His last 11 years of his working experience was with a multinational insurance company where he received further training in the area of Fire Engineering from an insurer perspective, started as the Risk Engineer and retired as the Risk Manager of the MNC insurer. He attended a course from HSB Industrial Risk Insurers at Hartford, United States of America on the Implementing The Concepts of Industrial Fire Control in August 1998. He also attended The Insurance School (Non-Life) of Japan Advance Course on Risk Management in year 2008 and was presented a Diploma. In 2016, he obtained the Approved ISO31000 Lead Trainer status from the Global Risk Management Institute Standards -G31000
Gary had conducted numerous risk management surveys of various industries from wafer plant to power plants. Currently, a council member and committee member of the Building Services Technical Division and member of the Fire Advisory Board of the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand and a Management Diploma from New Zealand Institute of Management. He is a Professional Engineer registered with the Board of Engineers, Malaysia and a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM
Currently, he conducts courses regularly on the concepts and design in the area of Fire Engineering and Plumbing Engineering at all the IEM branches in Malaysia. He also conducts courses with Malaysia Institute of Insurance on these topics: The Art of Property Underwriting Profitabily and Essence of Survey Report; Applying Fire Engineering Knowledge in Property Survey and Loss Control; Enterprise Risk Management & Business Continuity Management.
He is an active member in number of SIRIM Work Group in drawing up Malaysian Standards on plastic pipes.
Note: Participants are required to bring along a scientific calculator to work on the case studies and the SPAN Uniform Technical Guidelines referred.