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Industrial Piping Design Technology

A piping system transports various gases and liquids from one place to another. Piping systems are used in buildings to move air throughout the premises and in petroleum distillation, chemical processes and paper pulping among other industrial uses.  Piping designers create the drawings for the operation, construction and layout of the system of pipes. For those wishing to become a piping designer, it is necessary to learn computer-aided drafting (CAD) at a 2-year postsecondary school.

Potential Careers & Salaries 

A piping designer creates the drawings for the operation, construction and layout of the system of pipes.  For those wishing to become a piping designer, it is necessary to learn computer-aided drafting (CAD) at a 2-year postsecondary school.  Job titles may include:      

Description

Median Salary/Hour

Architectural and Civil Drafters

$22.30

Electrical and Electronics Drafters

$25.45

Mechanical Drafters

$20.02

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