CPD Credit: 6.5 hours, C1
This course will provide an insight to control valves which is typically the final control element in the control loop. It will review the principles of control valves, actuators, positioners, and related accessories.
Each delegate will learn through active participation using exercises and practical sessions covering the different types of control valves.
Valve sizing will be done to ANSI/ISA 75 and IEC 60534 standards for both compressible and incompressible applications. This will ensure that control valves are appropriately sized, selected and operated for end use.
The primary objective is to give each delegate a practical understanding of valves, actuators, and accessories through a comprehensive look at the design and application of valves as an integral part of the piping system.
Control valves as the final control element in a process control system will be covered as well as essential maintenance and installation guidance.
The course will cover, but is not limited to:
Introduction to control valves
Control valve Types – Sliding Stem or Rotary
Actuators – Diaphragm, Piston and Rotary
Comparison of Control Valves and Actuator types
Packing types and application
Positioners types and application, I/P converter
Compressible and Incompressible Valve Sizing – Manual and Software
Control Valve Characteristics – Inherent and Installed
Control Valve Cavitation, Erosion and Flashing
Control Valve Noise
Severe Service Control Valves
Valve Application Guidelines
Control Valve Data Sheet
Installation and Maintenance
Who Should Attend?
This course is focused to the needs of chemical, instrumentation, maintenance, and mechanical engineers and technicians working with pumps across the biopharma, food, water and wastewater, chemical and power generation sectors.
Gerard Nagle has previously worked for Emerson Process Management with extensive experience with Fisher control valves. He also has extensive experience with Farris pressure relief valves. Currently, Gerard is a lecturer in TU Dublin in the department of Mechanical Engineering. He lectures modules on Fluid Mechanics and Unit Operations. Gerard has a M.Sc. in Process Systems Engineering from Cranfield University.
"Excellent trainer and content."
"Well delivered, demonstrated mastery of subject"
"Good, well explained course with variety of material."
"Great content, with regards technology and industry applications."
Nicky Cox, H. A. O'Neil Ltd. - Jones Engineering Group: "Well delivered, and gives in-depth understanding about operation, sizing, and issues that can occur with selecting different control valves."
Please contact the Team for further information on scheduled course dates and In-Company options. You can reach us by phone: 01 665 1305 or email email@example.com