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IPT's Metal Trades & Welding Handbook/Manual


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Training Manual: 8 1/2" x 5 3/4"                 Handbook: 5 3/4" x 3 3/4"
Comes with answer booklet!                        Convenient tool box size!
ISBN 13: 978-0-920855-46-1                    ISBN 13: 978-0-920855-19-5
ISBN 10: 0-920855-46-6                            ISBN 10: 0-920855-19-9

 

 

IPT’s Metal Trades & Welding – Setting the Standard

IPT’s inaugural publication back in 1985, The Metal Trades handbook quickly set the standard for industrial books published in North America. Used by veterans and apprentices in all types of industrial and resource-based industries, this handbook and manual dictate the curriculum in many apprenticeship and upgrading programs. Technical schools and colleges alike use the IPT Metal Trades & Welding handbook and manual as the main course of study.

Improved Handbook and Manual Covers Even More

Revised in 2007 to meet industry requests for additional welding information, IPT’s Metal Trades & Welding Handbook and Training Manual now feature 15 detailed sections over almost 600 pages. Topics range from mobile cranes and heat exchangers to concrete reinforcing and welding metallurgy, and everything in between. When it comes to metal trades and welding, IPT covers it all!

 

Reviews of this Title from Amazon


5 out of 5 stars  All the IPT Manuals, August 16, 2007
By
Gary A. Goski (Washington, NC USA) - See all my reviews  
This review is from: IPT's Metal Trades Training Manual (Spiral-bound)

I have thirty plus years experience in production industry. I was first introduced to these books around 20 years ago. They are perfect. They give you good basic everyday use information and it's laid out so you can find it. These books must have been written by mechanics or they, at least, had major input. I have found information in them that you would not find in an engineering manual. They seem a little expensive, but they are worth every penny. I have bought a set for every crew I have ever been in. Keep them under lock and key, because they will walk....ha!

 


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