Introduction to Valve Actuators
|Course Date:||Tuesday 3rd July 2018|
|Duration / Programme:||1 day duration: 9.00am start - 5.00pm finish|
|Price:||£475 + vat (per person)|
|BVAA Member Price:||£290 + vat (per person)|
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This 1-day course is designed as a comprehensive guide to valve actuators. Engineers and technicians attending will gain an invaluable insight into the characteristics of the many different actuator types, the principles of selection of and matching an actuator with a valve, a knowledge of the various actuator accessories, and 'intelligent' and automatic control actuators
- Gain a greater awareness of the diverse types and operating characteristics of valve actuators
- Be able to select and specify the correct actuator for a given application
- A detailed understanding of the need to match an actuator with a valve
- Receive a full course manual as a permanent record
- The opportunity to discuss with the lecturer specific valve problems or issues
Who Should Attend
This course is aimed at individuals who wish to increase their knowledge on the selection and use of valve actuators. It is also suitable for engineers and technicians who wish to re-introduce themselves to the subject
Chris Wareing and Katia Marsanich, Rotork Controls Ltd
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