Valves and Controlling Elements for Industrial Applications Technical Training Courses
Target Audience: Recently Graduated Engineers, Senior Plant Operators and Maintainers. Course Duration: Three Consecutive Days, Eight Hours a Day. Class size: Minimum five students. Prices: $1,750.00 per student. Discounts for 11 or more students. Course Location: Abbottsfield’s Oregon offices; National and International Video Conferences.
- General Industrial Valve Applications.
- Valve types (globe, butterfly, wafer, weir, needle and ball).
- Valve Nomenclature: stem, actuator yoke, packing box, bonnet, cage, seat ring, plug, body, and gaskets.
- Principles of valve operation.
- Valve selections for given applications.
- Flow Characteristics in different valves: laminar, turbulent, multi-phase.
- Apply flow and state characteristics for specific valve types: temperature, viscosity, specific gravity.
- Calculate specific gravity, capacity of flow, system pressure and pressure dropt across valves.
- Valve selection for specific applications.
- What is a Valve Actuator
- Types of Actuators: manual, pneumatic, hydraulic, electric, spring loaded
- Actuator Movement
- Electric Actuators
- Actuator Functions
- Actuator Duties
- In-field Service Conditions