A control valve is used to maintain variable conditions such as temperature, flow and pressure, which it does by opening or closing in response to an external signal. Control valves are used across multiple sectors including upstream, midstream and downstream processes, renewable and nuclear power production.
About this course
Examines the design, construction, selection and application of control and choke valves, severe service considerations and the consequences of poor specification and selection. A workshop tour will provide you with a practical insight into manufacture, assembly, instrumentation and testing.
Who should attend
Suitable for engineers, graduates, managers and anyone new to the industry wanting to know more about control valves.
Timings: 09:00 - 17:00
Location: Severn Glocon, Brighouse HD6 1NA (view on map)
Dietary: Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, please let us know of any special dietary requirements prior to the course date, as these will have to be pre-arranged.
Equipment: Safety shoes are to be worn during the workshop tour,
limited shoes are available at Severn Glocon – If you do not own a pair, please
state this at the time of booking.
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