ACRATS Sheetmetal Working Courses
Metallic Structure Damage Evaluation and Reporting Gain confidence: structural identification, allowable damage limits and repairable damage limits, reporting of damages Save time, save money! The course will give the participants the basic skills and confidence in to work with the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) to perform damage assessment, to select repair procedure, understand the repair method and to report a damage according OEM preferred way of communicating. Inspector Metallic Structures Quality control starts with this training This training is developed to qualify inspectors for performing quality inspection on metallic aircraft structures. Sealant Compound Application Protect your aircraft from corrosion High demands are made on today’s aircraft with respect to comfort, fuel consumption, noise reduction and above all: Safety. Sealing seams and joints contributes greatly to this security. It is therefore important to train how to apply sealant compound properly Fabrication, Inspection and Repair Level 2 In-depth Training Do you want to learn what it takes to manufacture components from lightweight sheet metal alloys? In this training you will develop practical knowledge in component manufacture, inspection and repair. Fabrication, Inspection and Repair Level 3 Focus on modifications and repairs Aircrafts requires maintenance on its structure. It is important that structural repairs are performed by well trained sheet metal workers according the best available techniques. Improper repair techniques can pose an immediate or potential danger. Part 145: Practical SRM Training Structural Repair Manual, damage recognition, assessment and reporting The course will give the participants the basic skills and confidence in how to use the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) to perform damage assessment, to select repair procedure, understand the repair method and design repairs within the limits of the Structural Repair Manual (SRM). The course includes repair case studies that require the student to determine part identification, allowable damage limits, and detail metallic and composites repair options.