Understanding Single Line Drawings
Duration: 1 Day CPD: 7 hours
Designed for both ICT and M&E operatives, this one day course focuses on the conceptsof redundancy, concurrent maintainability and fault-tolerance in standards such as EN50600 and TIA-942-A and how that translates into single-line drawings.
Whether you have a new or existing facility, the single-line diagram is the vital roadmap for all future testing, service and maintenance activities
Who should attend?
Consulting Engineers (Mechanical & Electrical) upskilling or transitioning to data center projects.
Critical infrastructure engineers from data center operators responsible for facilities operations.
Sales engineers and product engineering staff from technology vendors looking for broader awareness of their market
This course has met the required standards of the organisations listed below and is approved, accredited, validated or endorsed by them. More details of our relationship with each and the process for gaining credit equivalencies is available upon request.
Introduction to Single Line mechanical drawings/ Symbols, typical drawings – examples
Principles of data center power systems, redundancy and resilience
A review of major components, including transformers, generators, UPS, fans, pumps,heat-exchange coils & chillers and variable speed drives
Switch gear, controls and power distribution, circuit protection
Principles of data center cooling systems, temperature & humidity control
Pipe-work, valves and cooling distribution
Course Calendar & Costs
Below are public classroom dates for Understanding Single Line Drawings. Prices are shown in local currency however will display in USD on next screen. You will be given a choice of currency to pay in at point of transaction or when requesting pro forma invoice.
Exam & Certificate
Students must complete a supervised open-book online examination on the final afternoon of the course (1 hour). A score of <60% will constitute a pass mark - course work activities will also be taken into consideration by the Instructor.
A certificate of completion will be available for students to download from their online account page that reflects the 21 CPDs they have earned. This can be used against annual professional development hour requirements of numerous professional bodies.