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Students in the Industrial Instrumentation Foundation Trades program at the Fort St. John Campus of Northern Lights College showed their creativity during a recent piping project.

Instructor Stacy Smith asked the students to construct three-dimensional (geometric) shapes that could be pressure tested (and hold) to 30 pounds per square inch (PSI).

The projects yielded some impressive results, with the students proudly displaying their work in the classroom.

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For more information on Trades and Apprenticeship programs at NLC, check the website at nlc.bc.ca or call the College at 1-866-463-6652. 

Photo:  Brittany Zarichney, Christine Micha, and Lucy Downey show off there project

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