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With numbers of skilled workers in sharp decline around the world, more experienced installers moving into retirement and young prospects lacking incentive for the construction business, training is now crucial for successful projects. How to properly install, maintain or exchange piping systems is key to ensuring a plant or building can operate smoothly. The time pressure on construction sites means installers have to work quickly – in this situation every step needs to be well-rehearsed and workers have to know how to handle materials – whether they are made of traditional metals or more advanced plastic systems.
Inaccurate, hasty installation can have considerable implications, ranging from leaks, to bursts, to total system failure. As a result, manufacturers are forced to interrupt production, hospitals cannot provide sanitary systems to protect their patients and basic needs in domestic infrastructure are jeopardized. Ultimately, this means companies make financial losses, people’s health is endangered and every-day life is destabilized.