The one day Control Valves course is largely workshop based, emphasizing the main causes of cavitation, flashing and erosion in Control Valves. The course is intended for those who already have some working knowledge of Control Valves but are looking to heighten their awareness.
Delegates will gain an understanding of how control valves function, the ways in which flow conditions can affect internal components and pressure recovery.
Hands-on training allows delegates to study a range of plug and trim materials and examine how internal components can be affected by flow conditions.
Attendees will appreciate the consequences of Control Valve malfunction and will gain an understanding on how to recognize early indications of any imminent problems.
- What are Control valves?
- Control systems
- Control valve communication
- Control valve types
- Stem packing
- Control valve characteristics
- Pressure recovery
- Cavitation, erosion and flashing
- Case studies
- Workshop session
By the end of the course attendees will be able to:
- Identify different Control valve components and their basic design functions
- Operate different Control valve types and identify potential setting problems
- Recognise when Control valve maintenance is required
- Carry out basic Control valve maintenance
- Function test Control valves following maintenance procedures
Who Should Attend
This course has been designed for engineers, operators and mechanical technicians
Duration1 Day Programme
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