Enrollment Open For Outside Plant Telecom Corrosion Testing Course

M.C. Miller Co. (MCM) of Ringwood, N.J., is offering another in its successful series of "Short Courses on Corrosion Testing." Structured to provide engineers, technicians, supervisory personnel and others an introduction to corrosion fundamentals and cathodic protection test procedures, this latest course is specifically directed to the telecommunications industry, or outside plant personnel.

Similar to Miller's current pipeline courses, this offering differs in that topics covered will also include instruction on routine cable-toearth readings, cable entrance facility checks, testing in stray current areas, and more.

New facilities have been installed at the school to provide realistic simulation of field testing on underground cable plant. Reference cell readings, current flow, determination of the source of stray current, interference testing and numerous other subjects will be covered. Attendees may bring their own meters, or use those provided by M.C. Miller.

Four-day courses are being offered: April 25-28, June 6-9, September 12-15, and October 3-6. Enrollment is limited to eight students per course. Daily schedule is 9 a.m.

to 5 p.m.

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