National Technology Transfer, Inc.
Introduction to Instrumentation and Process Control On-Site Training
Training Process Control Personnel Can Save You Time and Money—Become More Efficient at Troubleshooting and Calibrating Process Control Equipment!
- Hands-On training. Learn by doing—spend approximately 40% of the time actually working with various instruments and controllers.
- Receive firsthand instruction learning to program, connect input/output devices, solve elementary and then more complex problems, plus troubleshoot.
- Increased versatility.
- Reduce downtime with effective troubleshooting.
- Get a better command of your analysis equipment.
What You Will Learn:
- How the various instruments measure temperature, pressure, flowrate, level and position, pH, weight and density
- What causes errors in instruments, plus how to minimize and troubleshoot them
- What the differences are between open and closed loop controls, feedback and feed forward controls, PLC, DCS and stand-alone controllers
- How analog signals are produced, processed, and protected from noise
- What Proportional, PI, and PID control strategies are
- How to calibrate transmitters and tune controllers
"The hands-on labs were excellent. Very instrumental to my learning. Bob has lots of energy and creates a non-threatening learning environment. I was not afraid to ask questions which is very important."
— Orlando, FL
Course Times: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Number of Days: 3
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 2.1
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