INSTRUMENTATION & PROCESS CONTROL

PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Electrical Electronic Pneumatic Calibration Bench
 

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ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONIC  & PNEUMATIC CALIBRATION BENCH

 

General

The equipment consists of a bench, a console and a set of instruments, designed to give the learner full exposure in the maintenance and calibration of the pneumatic and electronic instrumentation which form the basis of process control.

 

Training Program

The equipment provides practical experience

in calibrating

·         Pressure gauges

·         Pressure switches

·         Thermostats

·         Pneumatic differential pressure transmitters

·         Electronic differential pressure transmitters

·         Pneumatic pressure transmitters

·         Electronic pressure transmitters

·         Pneumatic indicators

·         Electronic indicators

·         Electronic indicators/controllers

·         Pneumatic level transmitters

·          Electronic level transmitters

·         Pneumatic recorders

·         Electronic recorders

·         Pneumatic indicators controllers

·         Hydrostatic thrust level transmitters

·         Capacitive probe level transmitters

·         Pneumatic valves

·         Positioners

 

 

Services

220/240V L plus ground

Air supply 10bars max

 

 

Technical Specification

Painted carbon steel structure

4 precision pressure gauges, -1 - 0, 0 - 1.6, 0 - 4 and 0-10, class 0.25%

1 manual control station, complete with precision pressure gauge
3 precision pressure reducers

12 pressure outputs

2 differential pressure glass manometers, height = 1000 mm,

stainless steel sleeve

Digital multimeter, accuracy ±0.03%, current range 20 A,

voltage range 1200 V

Signal generator: 4 - 20 mA

Power supply: 12-24-48 V d.c.

Voltage control: 0 - 200 V

Thermocouples simulator

RTDs simulator

 

Optional Items

Pneumatic differential pressure transmitter,  Electronic differential pressure transmitter,

Pneumatic pressure transmitter, Electronic pressure transmitter, Residual pressure electronic transmitter, Capacitive probe level transmitter, Pressure switch, Thermostat, Bourdon gauge, Precision thermometers, Pneumatic control valve, Positioners, 4-20mA converters, etc.

 

Dimensions

2000x1000x1500 mm Weight: 155 kg                      

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Test Stand Control Valves

TEST STAND FOR CONTROL VALVES

 

The illustration shows the RT 390 with accessory RT 390.01.

  • Design and function of control valves

  • Determination of Kv and Kvs values

  • Data acquisition  to plot valve characteristics and step responses

 

General

Control valves are key components of process engineering systems. They act as an actuator and create a link between the controller and the system. Control valves are generally used for regulating flows of gases or liquids. Optimum control loop design depends on a sound knowledge of control valve behaviour as well as knowledge of the controlled system response. The mobile test stand permits investigation and testing of different control valve models. A water circuit with a pump and tank is provided for this analysis. Connections permit integration of the valve under test into the water circuit. The flow rate is adjusted by a gate valve and recorded by an electromagnetic flow rate sensor. Two pressure sensors are used to measure the pressure upstream and downstream of the control valve. The supply pressure for electro-pneumatic valves can be adjusted by a pressure regulator on the switch cabinet. The manipulating variable can be set on potentiometers as a current signal. The position feedback from the valve is also returned as a current signal. Motorised valves are actuated by way of pushbuttons. A resistance teletransmitter measures the valve stroke.

 

Data acquisition software can be used to plot and evaluate valve characteristics and step responses on a PC in a user-friendly way. The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

  

 

Training Program

Together with control valves RT 390.01 and RT 390.06

 

  • Demonstration and functional testing of control valves

  • Determination of Kv and Kvs values

  • Plotting valve characteristics

  • Dynamic response of control valves & plotting step responses

  • Influence of supply pressure on pneumatically operated valves

  • Maintenance and adjustment

 

Technical Specifications

Water circuit with tank, pump and connection for control valves

Electromagnetic flow rate sensor

2 pressure sensors for pressure drop over the control valve

Gate valve to adjust the flow rate

Potentiometer to actuate electropneumatic valves with a current signal

Pushbuttons to actuate motorized valves

Manometer and pressure regulator to adjust the working pressure

Position feedback via current signal (electro pneumatic valves) or teletransmitter (motorized valves)

LABVIEW software for data acquisition via USB under windows XP or Vista

 

Technical Data

Tank: approx. 90L

Two-stage centrifugal pump

- max. head: 20m

- max. flow rate: 4m³/h

Signals

- DC: 4...20mA

- resistance: 0...1000 Ohm

Auxiliary power

- AC: 24V

- supply pressure: 0...10bar

Measuring ranges

- flow rate: 0...5000L/h

- pressure (water): 2x 0...6bar

- supply pressure: 0...10bar

 

Dimensions

L1250 x W 750 x H1500

Weight approx 150 kg

 

Services

220/240

Air supply

 

Delivery

1 trainer

Labview software CD

Instructional material

 

Optional Items

RT 390.01 Control Valve, Pneumatic, Kvs 2.5, Equal-Percentage

RT 390.02 Control Valve, Pneumatic, Kvs 1.0, Equal-Percentage

RT 390.03 Control Valve, Pneumatic, Kvs 2.5, Linear

RT 390.04 Control Valve, Pneumatic, Kvs 1.0, Linear

RT 390.05 Control Valve, Electric, Kvs 2.5, Equal-Percentage

RT 390.06 Control Valve, Electric, Kvs 1.0, Equal-Percentage

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Maintenance of Valves, Fittings and Actuators

MAINTENANCE OF VALVES, FITTINGS & ACTUATORS

 

* Trainer for maintenance work on industrial valves and fittings

* Comparison of 4 different actuators1

 

General

Various types of valves and fittings are used in industry. They are suitable for gaseous and liquid media. A distinction is made between valves, plug valves, gates and butterfly valves. Plug valves isolate a pipeline quickly, acting transverse to the flow. A quarter revolution is sufficient for full actuation. Valves adjust the flow rate and require several turns of the spindle for full opening or closing. Gates are not intended to seal off the pipeline completely, but serve to restrict the flow. When one of these valves and fittings is combined with a driving mechanism, the resulting control device is known as an actuator. RT 395 presents three various types of valves and fittings. The trainer investigates the operating response of a segmented ball valve, a butterfly valve, a pneumatic control valve and a pressure reducing valve. The control panel allows the necessary electrical and pneumatic parameters to be set to test and calibrate the valves and fittings. Instruments indicate pneumatic pressures, voltage and current. There is a vice on the workbench for maintenance and assembly work. The workbench also incorporates the necessary tools, and small parts such as seals, for the carrying out of testing procedures.

 

Training Program

The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

  • Learning Objectives / Experiments

  • Function and mode of operation of various valves and fittings

  • pneumatic butterfly valve

  • pneumatic segmented ball valve

  • pneumatic control valve with electro-pneumatic positioner

  • Pressure reducing valve

  • Pneumatic connection

  • Electrical connection

  • Familiarisation with linear and equal-percentage valve characteristics

  • Planning, execution and assessment of maintenance and repair operations

  • Reading and understanding engineering drawings and operating instructions

 

Technical Specification

[1] Maintenance work on industrial valves and fittings

[2] Pneumatic control valve with electro-pneumatic positioner DN 25 / PN 16

[3] Butterfly valve with swivel drive DN 100 / PN 16

[4] Pressure reducing valve DN 15 / PN 16

[5] Segmented ball valve with swivel drive DN 40 /PN 16

[6] 2 compressed air ranges, adjustable by fine pressure regulator

[7] Instrumentation: analogue pressure meter, digital ammeter and voltmeter

[8] Electric signal transmitter for positioner in the form of an adjustable current source

[9] The trainer forms part of the GUNT assembly, maintenance and repair training line

 

Technical Data

Pneumatic swivel drive: single-action with spring return

Measuring ranges

- pressure (bourdon tube manometer):

0...1bar (D=160mm)

0...1.6bar (D=60mm, fine pressure regulator)

0...2.5bar (D=250mm)

0...6bar (D=60mm, fine pressure regulator)

- differential pressure: 0...10kPa

- current (digital display): 0...20mA

- voltage (digital display): 0...20VDC

 

 

Scope of delivery

1 workshop trolley with cabinets and control panel

1 butterfly valve

1 pneumatic control valve

1 pressure reducing valve

1 segmented ball valve

1 set of cables

1 set of compressed air hoses

1 set of tools and small parts (bolts, seals etc.)

1 set of instructional material

 

Dimensions

l x w x h: 2200 x 750 x 1660 mm

Weight: approx. 150 kg

 

Services

230V, 50/60Hz, 1 phase

Air supply: 8bar

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Maintenance of Valves, Fittings and Actuators

PUMPS, VALVES & FITTINGS TEST STAND

 

* Plotting characteristics of industrial valves and fittings

* Comparison of different valves and fittings1* Characteristics of a centrifugal pump

 

General

RT 396 allows the characteristics of different valves and fittings to be compared. The four typical kinds of valves and fittings: plug valve, gate valve, butterfly valve and valves - are represented by a ball valve, a butterfly valve, two gate valves and a control valve. A safety valve and a dirt trap are also investigated. All valves and fittings are flanged, and can be installed in a test system with variable pipe length. The test system is part of a closed water circuit. Pressure measurement points upstream and downstream of the valve and fitting under test are linked by a differential pressure manometer. This manometer is fitted with a pressure switch which activates a warning lamp if the pressure difference becomes excessive, such as when the filter is clogged. An electromagnetic flow rate sensor permits precise recording of the flow rates. The closed water circuit contains three butterfly valves, to isolate the pump, and to adjust the pressure upstream and downstream of the test fitting. Differential pressures across the pump and test fitting, the power consumption and speed of the pump, and the flow rate and opening angle of the control valve are recorded and displayed. The measured data can also be used to plot pump characteristics. A vice is included on a separate workbench for maintenance and assembly work. The workbench also incorporates the necessary tools and connecting hoses

 

Specification

[1] Trainer for testing various valves and fittings

[2] Installation of the test fitting in a test system of variable length

[3] Safety valve 1", 1.5bar

[4] Gate valve 1" / PN 20

[5] Ball valve with pneumatic drive DN 50

[6] Butterfly valve DN 50 / PN 16

[7] Wedge gate valve DN 50 / PN 16

[8] Electric control valve DN 50 / PN 16

[9] Dirt trap DN 50 / PN 16 with 2 filter elements

[10] Speed-controlled centrifugal pump with frequency converter

[11] Fine pressure regulator adjusts compressed air pressure

[12] Collecting tray under test device

[13] Supply tank with level gauge

[14] Manometers in intake and delivery line of centrifugal pump; pressure measuring points up and downstream of test device for differential pressure manometer with pressure switch

[15] Digital displays for flow rate, power output, speed, position of control valve

 

 

 

 

Training Program

The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

  • Characteristics of a centrifugal pump

  • Behaviour during operation and function of

  • ball valve

  • butterfly valve

  • gate valve

  • wedge gate valve

  • control valve

  • safety valve

  • dirt trap

  • Valve characteristics

  • Determining the Kvs value of the control valve

  • Flow losses at the dirt trap depending on the filter and its load

  • Planning, execution and assessment of maintenance and repair operations

  • Reading and understanding engineering drawings and operating instructions

 

Specification

[1] Trainer for testing various valves and fittings

[2] Installation of the test fitting in a test system of variable length

[3] Safety valve 1", 1.5bar

[4] Gate valve 1" / PN 20

[5] Ball valve with pneumatic drive DN 50

[6] Butterfly valve DN 50 / PN 16

[7] Wedge gate valve DN 50 / PN 16

[8] Electric control valve DN 50 / PN 16

[9] Dirt trap DN 50 / PN 16 with 2 filter elements

[10] Speed-controlled centrifugal pump with frequency converter

[11] Fine pressure regulator adjusts compressed air pressure

[12] Collecting tray under test device

[13] Supply tank with level gauge

[14] Manometers in intake and delivery line of centrifugal pump; pressure measuring points up and downstream of test device for differential pressure manometer with pressure switch

[15] Digital displays for flow rate, power output, speed, position of control valve

 

Technical Data

Centrifugal pump

- power consumption: 4kW

- max. flow rate: 84m³/h

- max. head: 24m

- speed: 1450...2900rpm

Plastic tank with lid: capacity: 400L

Measuring ranges

- differential pressure manometer: 0...2.5bar / 0...4bar

- manometer: 0...4bar / -1...0.6bar

- flow rate: 0...2000L/min

- opening range of control valve: 0...100%

- power output: 0...4000W

- speed: 0...2900rpm

 

Scope of delivery

1  Test stand with centrifugal pump

1  Workbench with tools and hoses

1  Set of test fittings consisting of:

1 control valve. 1 dirt    trap. 1 safety valve. 1 gate valve. 1 ball valve. 1 butterfly valve. 1 sluice valve

1  Set of instructional material

 

Services

400V 3phase

Air supply 8bar

 

Dimensions

Test Stand L 2500 x W 950 x H 1900 mm

W=Workbench L 1000 x W 750 x H 870 mm

Weight approx.395kg in total

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Temperature Measurement 2 Student Bench

TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT 2 STUDENT BENCH (Trade Test Compatible)

 

General

Temperature measurement in industry is one of the more complex processes since temperature has to be measured over a wide range; from cryogenic to ultra high temperatures which are judged to be higher than the surface of the sun. These temperatures don’t only have to be measured but in most cases controlled.

 

In order to measure accurately and efficiently there is a range of temperature measuring instruments designed to conform to these requirements:

 

Mechanical type such as diaphragm attached to a movement with a pointer, capillary tube, etc.

 

Instruments based on the change of e.m.f. developed at the point of contact with another metal.

 

Instruments based on the change of electrical resistance

Instruments based on the varying amount of radiation from the surface of a body

 

Specification

 

 

1 x Type T Thermocouple

1 x Type K Thermocouple

1 x Type J Thermocouple

1 x Type R Thermocouple

1 x PT 100

Wire for each thermocouple

2 x Temperature calibrators

2 x Temperature controllers

1 x Calibrated furnace

1 x Workbench - rubberised

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Pressure Measurement Apparatus

PRESSURE MEASUREMENT APPARATUS

 

General

This is a bench top self contained apparatus to introduce learners to basic pressure measuring devices as well as pressure gauge calibration

 

The apparatus consists of a mercury and a water manometer, pressure and vacuum gauges, and a diaphragm pump for generating pressure and vacuum.

 

The pump is installed at the rear of the panel with frontal accessible ports for both pressure and vacuum measurement. A dead weight pressure tester is also supplied

 

Technical Data

Bourbon Tubes                          1 ea 0.…1kg/cm2

                                                  1 ea 0….3kg/cm2

Manometers                               1 ea U tube mercury

                                                         0… 400mm x 1mm grad.

                                                  1 ea Slope inclined

                                                         0….400mm x 1mm grad.

                                                         1:10, 1:5, 1:2, and 1:1

Vacuum pump                           0.18kW

Dead weight pressure tester    Stainless steel piston & cylinder

                                                   Pressure gauge        0….3kg/cm2

                                                   Cross section           250mm2

                                                   Piston weight           0.5kg

                                                   Calibration  weights 1x 0.5kg

                                                                                     2x 1kg

                                                                                     2x 2kg                

 

Services

220/230V AC

 

 

Dimensions:

H370 x L700 x H750mm

Weight approx 25kg

 

Optional

Pressure sensor and indicator

 

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Temperature Measurement Apparatus

TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT APPARATUS

 

General

This bench top unit is used for studying temperature measurement of several commonly used devices as well as understanding related principles.

Heat sources and means for calibration and accuracy comparison of the different devices is provided.

 

Learning program

Physical principles of each device

Calibration techniques

Lead and conduction errors

Dynamic response

Errors

Incorrect applications

Humidity influence

 

Technical Data

Primary temperature sensing devices

Platinum resistance thermometer               -49.9oC…199.9oC x 0.1oC res.

Thermistor                                                 0…..100 oC x 0.1oC resolution

Thermocouple Type K – NiCr/NiAl          -75...120 oC x 0.1oC resolution

General industrial temperature measuring devices

Bimetallic thermometer                              0…..200 oC

Vapour pressure thermometer                   20….150 oC

Mercury glass thermometer                       0……150 oC

Surface temperature indicator strips          ……..250 oC

Wet and Dry bulb thermometer

Heat Sources

Hot plate with thermostat and stainless steel pot

Hot air blower with thermometer stand

Ice pail

Miscellaneous

Millivoltmeter

Digital readout for resistance thermometer

Digital readout for thermistor

Digital readout for thermocouple

 

Services

220/240V AC

 

Dimensions

W650 x L750 x H750mm

 

 

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Flow Measurement Apparatus

FLOW MEASUREMENT APPARATUS

 

General

This is a bench top self contained water circulating unit for studying the various flow measuring instruments including primary flow measuring devices.

The flow measuring instruments are connected in series and all except the measuring tank are arranged on a waterproof panel.

Measurement of flow by a primary flow measuring devices is by coefficient of discharge which is determined from a pressure drop across the device and its flow rate. The flow rate is obtained from a water meter reading and a stop watch. The pressure drop is measured by differential pressure using manometers. Pressure tapping is by small ball valves with quick connection. The water tanks are behind the panel.

The flow rate is varied by a flow control valve.

The water tank and the pump are situated behind the panel.

 

Technical Data

Pump                                       0.37kW

Maximum Flow Rate              Over 8L/min

Maximum pressure                 Over 18m water

Storage tank                            approx  60L

Primary flow measuring devices in clear plastic”

Venturi meter                          29mm dia.17mm throat with 21o taper and 14o outlet taper

Orifice meter                           20mm dia on 29mm tube

Pitot tube                                 on 19mm tube

Other flow measuring devices

Water meter & stop watch

Rotameter                                up to 75 L/min

Measuring tank                       40 L

Differential Pressure Measurement

Water manometer                    8 tubes – 950mm x 1mm graduation

Power Supply                      220/240 AC

 

 

Training Program

Comparison of differential pressure at various flow rates for:

  • Venturi

  • Orifice

  • Pitot tube

  • Variable area flow meter

Determination of coefficient of discharge for:

  • Venturi

  • Orifice

  • Pitot tube

Comparing flow rates from :

  • Water meter

  • Variable area flow meter

  • Measuring tank

 

Optional Items

HF 013   ISA nozzle on 29 mm diameter tube.

HF 031   Differential pressure sensor and indicator. 0-250 cm water.

HF 235-050 Computer Interface. This includes sensors, analog to digital signal converter with software for data display and analysis by computer.

HF 010   Flow sensor and indicator.

Other flow measuring devices can be supplied on request.

 

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Analytical Process Control

ANALYTICAL PROCESS CONTROL

 

General

The analytical process control system demonstrates the control of the quality of industrial and waste water. It combines chemical procedures with applied principles of control engineering. The mobile laboratory unit is dimensioned in away to allow experiments without neglecting the characteristics if industrial plants. Neutral water is mixed with diluted sodium hydroxide and the resulting ion load is measured. The addition of diluted sulphuric acid neutralizes the solution. Controlled aereation changes the oxygen content. Another experiment controls the redox potential of water using diluted iodine solution. All processes are equipped with extensive instrumentation and are controlled by industrial controllers. Transparent reaction tanks enable the processes to be observed

 

Training Program

  • Simulation of a salt load by addition of  sodium hydroxide via a conductivity control system

  • pH value control of the solution using sulphuric acid

  • Change in the oxygen content by means of controlled aereation with compressed air

  • Control of the redox potential via the addition of diluted iodine solution

  • Monitoring and control of industrial waste water

  • High quality instrumentation in accordance with industrial standards

  • Four completely independent control loops

  • Use of industrial monitoring pumps

     

Technical Data

Chemicals: Sodium Hydroxide NaOH 2%

Sulphuric acid H2SO4 2%

Iodine solution ratio H2O:I 100:1

Metering pumps: Max. 1.7 Ltr/h

pH single rod measuring sensor 1…12pH

Conductivity sensor with integrated PT-100 temperature sensor: 0.01…20mS/m

Oxygen sensor: 0…60mg/ltr 02

Redox measuring electrode: 0…1000mV

Universalcontroller, microprocessor based

Multi channel recorder: 6 channels 

 

Specification

  • Analytical process control system to monitor and modify industrial waste water

  • High quality instruments and control equipment for conductivity measurement, pH-value control, oxygen enriching, redox potential control.

  • pH-value single rod measuring sensor 0…12pH

  • Oxygen sensor 0…60mg/ltr O2

  • Industrial redox measuring electrode 0…1000mV

  • Microprocessor controlled universal controller

  • 6-channel recorder

  • Transparent reaction tanks

  • Sturdy steel frame with castors

 

Scope of delivery

1 Analytical process control system

1 Instruction manual

 

Dimensions

L1800 x W700 x H 1850 mm

Approx. 150kg

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Comprehensive Process Control

COMPREHENSIVE PROCESS CONTROL

 

General

The Process Control and Instrumentation rig provides a self-contained process control system which is representative of many industrial systems that are used in the chemical, oil. Food, water and other process industries.

 

The rig is fitted with state-of-the-art intelligent process instruments and actuators which are networked via PROFIBUS PA and DP to communicate with a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).

 

The controlling PLC can be configured to implement a number of different control strategies for flow and level control using cascade, feed-forward and multi-variable strategies.

 

The rig also provides separate level alarms and process and device temperature monitoring. Further, the control system is linked via an Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) to a modern PC platform and gateway which provides modem Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) monitoring and control of the process.

Asset management tools are also available on the PC workstation for calibration, diagnostics, predictive maintenance and other engineering instrumentation and actuation tasks.

 

Full specification will be provided on request 

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Software

SINGLE PROCESS TRAINERS

 

 

 

PC CONTROLLED SINGLE PROCESS 

 

 

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control PC Controlled Single Process
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control PC Controlled Single Process
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Multi Process Technology
 

MULTI PROCESS TECHNOLOGY

 

FEATURES

Control of Discrete Processes

PID Control

Temperature, Level, Pressure and Flow Control

Graphical monitoring of real time processes

 

The PCT-100 Process Control Technology unit is a bench top unit that represents a system typically found in the process industry. Consisting of the Process Module and a Control Console with a Power Supply, together with a comprehensive interactive control program. The software has been developed to act as an inclusive PID teaching tool and provides historical data trending features. The Control Console has a representation of the Process Module on the front and includes fault switches.

 

Liquid contained in a Sump Tank is pumped around the process unit into a Process Tank the Flow rate, Level, Temperature and Pressure can be controlled. Sensors are used to determine the Pressure and Level in the process tank and a sensor in the flow pipe for the Flow rate with FT 1000 temperature sensors to determine the temperature of the liquid in the Sump and Process Tank and a magnetostrictive sensor is used to measure the Level. Forced air cooling is used to cool the liquid in the system. In addition to supplying this data to the controller, it is also represented on LCD units on the Process Module. Two proportional valves are used to control flow into and out of the process tank, a manually adjustable needle valve is used to add disturbances to the system and a pressure relief valve fitted for safety.

 

The Control Console contains connections to allow either PC (USB) and PLC control or a PID controller.

 

Exercises for the PCT-100 begin with setting up and executing a process cycle, through to optimising the PID controllers by estimating P, PI and PID parameters using Ziegler Nichols process reaction curve or ultimate cycle methods. Formulation of problems and resulting solutions coupled with bench-marking are manifest through tutorials.

 

 
PERT Industrials instrumentation Process Control Interactive DVDs

CD ROMS/DVD INTERACTIVE

 

Please note that these programs are predominantly imperial as they were produced for the US market by the Instrument Society of America, now the Instrument Society in Automation which is the most prestigious player in this field

 

More than 6,000 corporate customers have chosen ITC’s iKNOW online and Activ™ CD-ROM training over the past 20 years.

 

Our courses have been developed by subject matter experts with substantial experience in

actual industrial environments, so they understand how the real world - your world - works. They’ve put together a curriculum that is:

 

Results-driven – Specifically engineered with the capabilities and

limitations of the plant environment in mind, so you get the most out

of every minute.

 

Interactive – Courses use animation, graphics, audio and

interactive exercises to keep your people engaged and on track.

 

Comprehensive – There’s pre-testing, final exams and practice sessions

that use a variety of formats to reliably assess your employees’ grasp of

subject matter.

 

Trackable – Our systems make it easy to monitor and manage the

progress of all your employees.

 

Easy to access – No proprietary plug-ins are required. ITC offers courses

online as well as through other delivery methods, so you can train

anyone, anywhere, any time.

 

Lessons include:  (Click here for more information)

  • Gate Valve Repair

  • Globe & Control Valve Repair

  • Principles of Process Analysis

  • Spectroscopic Aalyzers

  • Gas Chromatographs

  • Air & Water Analysis

  • Process Sampling Systems

  • Body Types & Trin

  • Actuators & Positioners

  • Body & Trim Maintenance

  • Actuator & Positioner Maintenance

  • Controller Tuning

  • Smart Transmitters

  • Single Loop Digital Controllers

  • Distributed Control Fundamentals

  • Maintaining Distributed Control Systems

  • Pressure & Temperature Transmitters

  • Flow Transmitters

  • Leel & Weight Transmitters

  • Transducers, Annunciators, Recorders

  • Electronic Controllers

  • Pressure Measurement

  • Flow Measurement

  • Temperature Measurement

  • Level Measurement

  • Single Loop Control

  • Multiple Loop Control

  • Calibration Principles

  • Calibrating Pressure & Differential Pressure Instruments

  • Calibrating Temperature Instruments

  • Calibrating Flow Instruments

  • Calibrating Level Instruments

  • Personnel Safety

  • Working with Hazardous Materials

  • Instruments in Hazardous Environments

  • Interpreting Process Control Diagrams 

 

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