Educational Services Australia and New Zealand Course Program

Educational Services Australia and New Zealand Course Program
Educational Services
Australia and New Zealand Course Program
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e are pleased to provide you with our Educational Services course catalogue. Our instructor led courses
are designed to help you run your plant operations with greater efficiency and productivity. Whether you
are looking for specific industry application expertise or product knowledge, we have courses to help you engineer, operate, maintain, and manage industrial process control devices and systems to achieve peak plant and
process performance, as well as greater uptime and profitability.
Educational Services has been training personnel for over 65 years and we remain committed to providing
quality training to our customers, when and where they need it. We provide training that you can count on.
As an IACET accredited training organization, our certification program for instructors, courseware, and training
hardware ensures you of knowledgeable and skilled trainers delivering current information on state-of-the-art
equipment.
In addition to the structured and formal classroom training programs listed in the catalog, Emerson can also
support your staff with a curriculum custom designed to help them operate, maintain and manage the specific
industrial process automation equipment on their plant.
We encourage you to use this catalogue and our website as a resource for announcements on new offerings,
current listings of courses with locations and dates, and information on all of our training centers and programs.
Please contact us for further information or assistance in helping you define the programs to best address your
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Table of Contents
OPERATE AND MANAGE
PlantWeb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Smart Wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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DeltaV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Remote Automation Solution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Valve Automation .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Regulator Technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Measurement Instrumentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Analytical Instrumentation: Liquid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Analytical Instrumentation: Gas Analyzers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Analytical Instrumentation: Gas Chromatographs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Tank Gauging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Daniel Flow Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Flow and Density Measurement Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Roxar Metering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
METCO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
REGISTRATION & CALENDARS
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Training Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
PlantWeb®
Emerson Process Management’s PlantWeb digital plant architecture is today’s
cutting-edge automation technology, bringing together the diverse components
of process control systems in a unique way to benefit end-users in many ways.
This architecture is designed to take full advantage of the communications
capabilities of the FOUNDATION™ fieldbus technology and its capacity for the
open, continuous communication of large volumes of digital information
generated by intelligent field devices. This information is accessed by the AMS
Device Manager software and used for a variety of time and money-saving
functions. The DeltaV ™ digital automation system serves as an ideal automation
system host in this environment.
Engineers
Plant Operators
Course 7101
PlantWeb/DeltaV Introduction
Core
Core
Course 7009
DeltaV Implementation I
Course 7012
Course 7016
DeltaV Batch Implementation
Course 7027
Core
DeltaV SIS Implementation
Course 7014
DeltaV Operator Interface for Batch
Maintenance Technicians
DeltaV Administrator Windows 7/
Server 2008 Introduction
Course 7305
DeltaV Operate Interface for
Continuous Control
Course 7101
PlantWeb/DeltaV Introduction
Course 7018
DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting
Course 7201
DeltaV Advanced
Course 7009
DeltaV Implementation I
Course 7016
DeltaV Systems Batch Implementation
Course 7037
Communication Interfaces with the
DeltaV Systems
Course 7032
Fieldbus Systems & Devices
Course 7018
DeltaV Hardware & Troubleshooting
Course 7020
AMS Device Manager
Additional
Additional
Course 7202
DeltaV Model Predictive Control
Course 7030
Fieldbus Devices
Course 7032
Fieldbus Systems & Devices
Course 7303
DeltaV Safety Instrumented Systems
SIS Maintenance
Course 7304
DeltaV Safety Instrumented Systems
with Electronic Marshalling Maintenance
OPERATE AND MANAGE
LEARNINGPATH
Today’s plant is a myriad of
process control hardware and
software. Everything from
valves to compressors, from
level measurement devices
to real-time data servers, and
from boilers to condensers,
just operating this collection
of technologies is challenging.
Making them all work together
at their best to produce the best
product at a profit is a daunting
task. It takes more than just
monitoring the process to be
successful. It takes optimizing
the devices and the process
together in the right environment
with people who have a clear
understanding of both.
Working in a plant for long
periods of time can create
“legacy thinking”, where even
when it is in the best interest
to change, nobody can bring
themselves to do so because
“that’s the way we’ve always
done it.” Emerson’s Educational
Services offerings can show
how to optimize existing
equipment with new methods
and technology.
Core
Control System Administrators & IT Administrators
Course 7101
PlantWeb/DeltaV Introduction
Course 7027
DeltaV Administrator Windows 7/
Server 2008 Introduction
Educational Services
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PlantWeb®
OPERATE AND MANAGE
AMS Device Manager
AMS Device Manager with DeltaV
Control Loop Foundation
Course 7020 CEUs: 2.1
Course 7039 CEUs: 3.2
Course 9025 CEUs: 3.2
Overview
Overview
This course is for engineers, managers,
technicians, and others that are new to
process control. This course includes the
practical aspects of control design and
process applications that course developers personally learned through years
of hands on experience while designing
and commissioning process control
applications.
Completing 2-days of AMS Device
Manager hands-on instructor assisted
training modules and exercises provide
the quickest route to your productive
use this predictive maintenance application. The training exercises focus on skills
required by engineers and technicians.
and are based on real-world tasks that
most users will encounter on the job.
7020-1 Configuring and Using
AMS Device Manager
• Viewing and Modifying Devices
• Creating a Plant Database Hierarchy
and Adding Devices
• Field Communicator-AMS Device
Manager
• AMS Device Manager Browser
Functions
• Audit Trail
• Calibrating Device Calibration Assistant
• Configuring and Monitoring
System Alerts
7020-2 System Administration
• AMS Device Manager System
Overview
• Installing an AMS Device Manager
Server Plus Standalone
• Starting AMS Device Manager for
the 1st Time
• Network Communication Interface
Setup
• AMS Device Manager Database
Management
• Installing a Distributed System
• Installing Device Types from Media
This instructor assisted course is
operated in a hands-on, self-paced
environment which allows the student
to work at their individual pace. Training
can also be delivered at your plant with
the help of our certified instructors. AMS
Device manager modules may also be
purchased for self study which comes in
three seperate paper/bound modules.
POA.
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Educational Services
This 4-1/2 day course is for instrumentation technicians responsible for all areas
of managing and ensuring the reliability
of instrumentation in the plant process
including startup and commissioning,
normal operations, maintenance, and
troubleshooting.
The target audience usually does the
following:
• responds to work orders created to
calibrate, troubleshoot, repair, service,
and replace instruments and valves
• monitors alerts to preemptively address problems prior to operators seeing
a problem in the control room
• provides loop testing and assistance
with instrumentation on plant turnarounds, startups, and for project work
• improves process availability and reduces operations and maintenance costs
The hands-on workshops with AMS
Device Manager 12.5 along with DeltaV
v12.3.1 will address areas relating to the
instrument technician’s daily tasks.
Prerequisites
The purchase of this course also includes
access to the e7020 course prerequisite,
at no extra charge and upon confirmed
enrollment, the student will receive
access to the e7020 online course (via
e-mail) to take as a prerequisite prior to
attending the instructor led course.
Topics
• DeltaV and PlantWeb Overview
• AMS Device Manager Overview
• Foundation Fieldbus Overview
• ValveLink SNAP-ON Introduction
• HART Overview
• PROCONEX QuickCheck SNAP-ON
• PROFIBUS Overview
• PlantWeb Alerts
• AMS Device Manager User Interface
• AMS Device Manager Help
• AMS Device Manager Plant Location
Hierarchy
• AMS Device Manager Browser
• Monitoring System Alerts with AMS Device
Manager
• PROCONEX AlertTrack SNAP-ON
• Device Replacement for HART, Fieldbus,
and PROFIBUS Devices
• AMS Device Manager Audit Trail
• ValveLink SNAP-ON Tests and Diagnostics
• AMS Device Manager Calibration Assistant
Overview
This 4-1/2 day course for personnel
new to automation and covers process
control fundamentals as well as the practical aspects of control system design
and applications. Upon completion of
this course the student will be able to
effectively work with and commission
single and multi-loop control strategies.
Interactive workshops allow the student
to apply what they learn in the class.
Prerequisites
Windows experience.
Topics
• Background – Historic Perspective
• Measurements – Basic Transmitter Types,
Limitations
• Analyzers – Examples of On-Line Analyzers
• Final Elements - Valves and Variable Speed
Drives
• Field Wiring and Communications – Traditional, HART, Foundation fieldbus WirelessHART
• Control Strategy Documentation – Plot
Plan, Flow Sheet, P&ID, Loop Sheet
• Operator Graphics and Metrics – Considerations in Display Design
• Process Characterization – Identifying
Process Dynamics and Gain
• Control Objectives
• Single Loop Control – Basis for PID, Guideline in Selecting PID Structure, Action
• Tuning and Loop Performance - Manual
and Automated Tuning Techniques
• Multi-loop Control – Feedforward, Cascade, Override, Split-range, Valve Position
Control
• Model Predictive Control – Addressing
Difficult Dynamics, Interactive Processes
• Process Modeling – Development of Process Simulation for Control System Checkout
OPERATE AND MANAGE
PlantWeb®
Fieldbus Systems and Devices
Communication Bus Interface with
PlantWeb® DeltaVTM Introduction
the DeltaV System
PlantWeb® DeltaVTM
Introduction
Course 7032 CEUs: 2.8
Course 7037 CEUs: 2.1
Course 7101 CEUs: 2.1
This course is for individuals responsible
for installing, troubleshooting, calibrating and configuring FOUNDATIONTM field
bus instruments and control strategies
using the DeltaV™ scalable systems.
This course is for individuals responsible
for interfacing with Device Net, AS-i,
Profibus DP HART and serial communication busses to a DeltaV™ scalable
system.
This course is for individuals needing
an introduction to the technology and
concepts used in the new generation of
process control systems.
Overview
Overview
Students who complete this 3-day course
will be able to:
• use and apply PlantWeb®
terminology and acronyms
• understand the functions of DeltaVTM
hardware components
• understand the capabilities of DeltaVTM
software applications
• understand the FOUNDATIONTM
fieldbus technology
• understand AMSTM Device
Manager software
• understand OPC
This 4-day lecture/lab provides maximum hands-on experience working
with the integration of FOUNDATIONTM
fieldbus devices and the DeltaV™
scalable system.The student will be able
to install fieldbus instruments and segment checkout for the correct operation
of the physical layer.
The student will be able to use the
DeltaV system to perform AMSTM Device
Manager methods such as calibration,
setup wizards, zero trim and diagnostics.
The student will be able to implement
a pressure loop using FOUNDATIONTM
fieldbus function blocks with the
DeltaV™ Control Studio application.
The student will configure PlantWeb
Alerts and device alarm parameters.
Prerequisites
Course 7009 or Course 7018. The 375
Field Communicator and Valvelink for
Fieldbus will be demonstrated and available for students as optional activities.
Topics
• FOUNDATIONTM fieldbus Overview
• Macro Cycle Execution
• Fieldbus Function Blocks
• Control Strategy Configuration
• Control Anywhere
• FieldVue Theory of Operation
• Transmitter Theory of Operation
• AMS Device Manager Methods
• Fieldbus Wiring Practices
• System Troubleshooting
• Configuring Fieldbus Device
• Alarms and PlantWeb Alerts
• Configuring a Fieldbus
Operator Display
• Segment Checkout Procedures
This 3-day course covers the integration
of field-bus compliant devices using
DeltaVTM systems. Upon completion
of the course the student will be able
to install, configure and verify proper
operations of AS-i, Profibus DP.
DeviceNet and HART devices,
including proper wiring practices.
The AMS Intelligent Device Manager will
be used to configure HART instruments.
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaVTM Implementation
or Course 7018, DeltaVTM Hardware and
Troubleshooting. The 375 Field Communicator will be available for the students.
Topics
• HART Overview
• Configuring DeltaVTM Control
Module with HART
• Configuring HART Device with AMSTM
Intelligent Device Manager and/or
Rosemount 375 Handheld
Communicator
• Serial Interface OveNiew
• Configuring DeltaV and Serial
Interface Card
• Actuator Sensor Interface (AS-i)
Overview
• AS-i: Wiring and Installation
• Assembling and Configuring
AS-i Network with DeltaV TM
• Profibus DP Overview
Overview
Perform basic workstation operations
including accessing displays, interpreting
faceplates and accessing modules
to make process changes, responding
to alarms and observing/changing
tunable configuration parameters.
Prerequisites
None
Topics
• DeltaVTM System Description
• Analog Control Modules
• Discrete Control Modules
• FOUNDATIONTMfieldbus
• AMSTM Device Manager
• OPC
Educational Services
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Smart Wireless
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Our new wireless curriculum provides an introduction to wireless technology, describes how it can help you solve
common problems and access information that was previously out of economic and technical reach, and delivers
practical advice on implementing a wireless solution.
Wireless Self Organizing Network
(Rosemount Specific)
Rosemount Analytical Wireless
Instrumentation Models 6081 P
and 6081C
Wireless - Micro Motion Coriolis and
Rosemount Smart Magnetic and
Vortex Flowmeters
Course 2375 CEUs: 1.4
Course 2203/2203V CEUs: .2
Course : 2383 CEUs: .7
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel
who need to know how to design, install,
setup, configure, maintain and troubleshoot Wireless Self Organizing Networks
and their components.
Overview
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with installing, wiring, configuring
and troubleshooting a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700 Magnetic & 8800 Vortex flowmeters with a 775 Wireless THUM.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
Overview
This 2-day course explains how Self
Organizing Wireless Networks function
and how they are installed, setup,
configured and integrated. It emphasizes planning, proper installation and
startup, configuration, maintenance,
and integration.
The course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and
teach the students. Students who
complete this course will:
• correctly install and setup the 1420
Wireless Gateway
• properly install and configure
Wireless Transmitters
• properly integrate Host interfaces
to the Wireless Gateway Prerequisites
Some experience in Networks and
Host integration would be helpful.
Topics
• How Self Organizing Networks
Function
• Self Organizing Networks Best
Practices
• Network Components
• 1420 Installation and Setup
• Network Parameters
• 648 and 3051 S Wireless Transmitters
Installation, Configuration,
Maintenance and Calibration
• Using AMS Device Manager with the
1420 Wireless gateway
• Configuring Wireless Devices with
AMS Device Manager
• Modbus Serial Integration
• Modbus TCP Integration
• OPC Integration
• 1420 Advanced Features
• Operation of AMS Wireless Snap-on
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Educational Services
This 2-hour class covers features,
benefits and operation of Rosemount
Analytical’s Model 6081 wireless device.
The Model 6081 P measures pH and ORP
and is SMART sensor enabled. The Model
6081 C measures Contacting Conductivity with sensors that have either 2-wire
or 4-wire inputs. Each device communicates back to a 1420 Gateway via
Wireless HART communication.
This class is free when performed in
conjunction with course 2200 “General
pH, Conductivity, and ORP theory”.
Topics
• Connecting the Model 6081 to
a Wireless Mesh Network
• Configuring Update Rates
• Mesh Network Theory
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend
of lectures and hands-on exercises
that cover a basic overview of wireless
capabilities with a Micro Motion Coriolis,
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic and
8800 Series Vortex meters. Based on
customer need, the class can be taught
for each individual products. The course
provides a step by step process for the
following: how to install and wire a 775
Smart Wireless THUM to each transmitter, how to configure the THUM, how to
configure the 1420 Wireless Gateway to
the THUM using AMS Device Manager,
and how to add and view the Micro
Motion and Rosemount transmitters to
the gateway.
Prerequisites
General understanding of the HART
protocol and operation and configuration
of a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount
8700 Magnetic and 8800 Vortex meters is
assumed.
Topics
• Explain the Fundamentals for how a
Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700
Series Magnetic & 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters Work with a 1420 Wireless
Gateway and 775 Smart THUM Adapter
• Install and Wire a 775 Smart THUM to
Micro Motion and Rosemount Transmitters
• Connect to and Configure the Micro Motion and Rosemount Transmitters to work
with a 1420 Wireless Gateway
• Configure a 775 Smart THUM and the
Transmitters to Communicate on the
Gateway using AMS Device Manager
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Smart Wireless
Wireless Tank Gauging Training
The wireless tank gauging training
is a 3-day training focusing on the
Rosemount Smart Wireless Gateways,
the Wireless THUM adapter as well as
Tank master, AMS and AMS Snap-on.
Overview
The course goal is to help users in
designing and configuring a wireless
tank gauging system.
Training courses are based on classroom
instructions backed up with laboratory
work to deliver the trainees with a well
balanced knowledge in an integrated
manner.
Prerequisites
Attended Product training, or has fair
knowledge in Tank Gauging systems
supplies by Rosemount.
Topics
• The THUM adapter
• The Gateway
• Configuration in Tank Master
• AMS with wireless RTG
Educational Services
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DeltaV™
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaV™ Systems Batch
Implementation
DeltaV™ Implementation I
DeltaV™ Implementation II
Course 7016 CEUs: 3.2
Course 7009 CEUs: 3.2
Course 7017 CEUs: 3.2
This course is designed for individuals
responsible for configuring and commissioning DeltaV Batch software.
This course is for users that use DeltaV
Operate Graphics.
This sequential course is for users that
havecompleted course 7009.
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 4 day course covers a complete
DeltaV system implementation. Upon
completion of this course the student
will be able to define system capabilities,
define nodes, configure continuous and
sequential control strategies, operate
the system and define users and
security.
This 4 day course is for process control
engineers responsible for configuring
the DeltaV system. Advanced topics will
be covered including displays, function
blocks, and configuration tips.
Prerequisites
Topics
This 4 day course covers the implementation of a complete batch application.
A process simulator will provide a batch
application. Students will use DeltaV
Batch software to configure recipe
entities including, Aliasing, Equipment
Trains, Dynamic Unit Allocation, Phase
Logic, Operations and Unit Procedures.
Equipment entities will also be configured including, Units modules and
Process cells.
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
Topics
• Batch Overview
• Unit Phase
• Alias Definition
• Unit Module
• Process Cell
• Class Based Control Modules
• Class Based Equipment Modules
• Operation
• Unit Procedure
• Procedure
• Equipment Trains
• Unit Aliasing
• Dynamic Unit Allocation
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Educational Services
Windows experience. It is recommended that prospective attendees new to
process control systems attend Course
71 01 or Course 7018.
Topics
• System Overview
• Explorer
• Control Modules
• Control Studio
• Motor Control
• Regulatory Control
• WorkSpace
• System Operation
• Alarms & Process History View
• Sequential Function Charts
• Phase Logic
• Security
Prerequisites
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I
• Function Block Structure
• HART Inputs and Outputs
• Analog Control Blocks
• DeltaV Tune with InSight
• Device Control Options
• Class Based Control Modules
• Expressions
• Unit Alarms
• Multi-Dimensional (Array Parameter)
• Equipment Modules
• Display Environment
• Custom Faceplates
• Custom Dynamos
DeltaV™ Hardware &
Troubleshooting
DeltaV™ Operator Interface for
Continuous Control
DeltaV™ Operator Interface for
Batch
Course 7018 CEUs: 2.8
Course 7012 CEUs: 1.4
Course 7014 CEUs: 1.8
This course is recommended for
instrumentation and maintenance
technicians and their managers, and for
configuration engineers prior to taking
configuration classes. It provides an
overview of the DeltaV Control Network,
hardware, and software applications.
Upon completion, you will be able to
describe the hardware and perform
troubleshooting techniques for the
DeltaV Control Network, Controllers,
1/0 subsystem, and workstation.
This course is for operators, supervisors and managers responsible for the
operation of continuous processes using
DeltaV system.
This course is for operators, supervisors,
and managers responsible for the operation of batch processes using DeltaV
system.
Overview
Overview
This 2-day course uses lectures and
hands-on workshops to provide an indepth overview on operating the DeltaV
System. Students who complete this
course will:
• access operator displays
• manipulate various control module
operating parameters to operate the
process
• respond to process alarms
• monitor process performance
• view real-time and historical trend
data
This 3 day course uses lectures and
hands-on workshops to provide an indepth overview on operating the DeltaV
System. It includes all content in course
7012 plus students will:
• understand basic batch terminology
• manipulate Unit Module parameters
• access the Batch Operator Interface
• run procedures
• review batch history data
Overview
This 4-day course focuses on the
hardware components that make up
the DeltaV system. Using a combination
of lectures and workshops, you will
assemble the system and power up
the Controller, 1/0 subsystem, and
workstation. You will learn how to use the
diagnostic tools available to verify and
locate hardware-related fault conditions,
and you will be introduced to configuration tools and the operator interface.
If your systems include bus technologies,
we recommend courses 7030, 7032, or
7037. The 7018 course satisfies the prerequisite requirement
for these bus courses.
Prerequisites
Windows experience.
Topics
• DeltaV Overview
• Controllers
• 1/0 Cards
• Carriers
• Field Power
• System Power Supplies
• Control Network
• Workstation
• Diagnostics
• Troubleshooting
• DeltaV Operate Overview
• Interpreting the Event Journal, Trend
Charts and Alarm List
• Introduction to HART Devices and AMS
• Intelligent Device Manager
Topics
• System Overview
• Accessing DeltaV Operate Window,
Menus Displays and Directories
• Discrete and Analog Control
Module Operation
• Accessing Alarm Displays/Alarm
Handling
• Motor Control Module Operation
• Regulatory/Cascade Control
Module Operation
• Accessing Real-time/Historical
Trend Data
• Unit Alarms
• Sequential Function Chart Operation
• Phase Logic Modules
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaVTM
Topics
• System Overview
• Accessing DeltaV Operate
• Window, Menus Displays
and Directories
• Discrete, Analog, Regulatory
and Cascade Control Module
Operation
• Motor Control Module Operation
• Accessing Alarm Displays/
Alarm Handling
• Accessing Real-time/Historical
Trend Data
• Accessing Process History View
• Sequential Function Chart Operation
• Phase and Recipe Controls
• Batch Operator Interface
• Batch Historian
• Campaign Manager
Educational Services
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DeltaVTM
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaV™ SIS Overview
DeltaV Safety Instrumented
System (SIS) Maintenance
DeltaV™ Model Predictive Control
Course 7305 CEUs: 3.2
Course 7303 CEUs: 2.1
Course 7202 CEUs: 2.1
This course is for personnel who design,
implement, commission and service
DeltaV SIS.
This course is for individuals responsible for maintaining a DeltaV SIS.
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course is a hands-on instructor led course. The course covers the
architecture of the DeltaV SIS including
Rosemount SIS instruments and Fisher
SIS Digital Valve Controllers. Students
will gain a working knowledge of the
hardware and software allowing them
to troubleshoot and maintain the
system.
This 4-1/2 day course is a hands-on
instructor led course. The course covers
complete DeltaV SIS Implementation
including hardware and software architecture. Students will be able to design
a DeltaV SIS Network and Safety Instrumented Functions (SIFs). Additionally,
students will be able to configure smart
SIS instruments and their associated
alerts, including partial stroke testing.
Prerequisites
Course 7009 is a requirement. Recommend IEC 61511 knowledge (eCourse
BSE101 or BSE201).
Topics
• DeltaV SIS Overview
• DeltaV SIS SLS 1508 Hardware architecture
• DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
Hardware architecture
• DeltaV Safety Instrumented Functions
• Rosemount SIS Instruments Security
• AMS Device Manager relating to
DeltaV SIS
• DeltaV SIS Fisher SIS Digital Valve
Controllers
• SISNet Repeaters
• DeltaV SIS Security
• DeltaV Version Control
• DeltaV SIS Software Architecture
• SIFs in DeltaV
• Rosemount SIS Instruments
• Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers
• DeltaV SIS Operations
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Educational Services
Overview
Prerequisites
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting, is a requirement.
Topics
• Safety Lifecycle
• DeltaV SIS Overview
• DeltaV SIS Hardware
• Safety Instrumented Functions
• Rosemount SIS Instruments
• AMS Device Manager
• Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller
• SISNet Repeaterscourse offerings
and are not part of this course.
This 3-day course is designed for process
and control engineers who are applying DeltaV Predict and Predict Pro. It
provides practical examples of how to
determine the benefits of MPC application and how this control may be used to
meet specific application requirements.
Students will gain hands on experience
through lab exercises based on realistic
dynamic process simulations.
Prerequisites
7201 DeltaV Advanced Control
Topics
• How to Justify an MPC Project
- Evaluating the Cost of Process
Variation
- Estimating the Reduction in Variation
that is Possible Using MPC
- Calculating the Benefit of Maximizing
Throughput When Plant Production is
Restricted by Input Limits or Measurable
Constraint
• Meeting Application Requirements
- Insuring Disturbance Inputs are Independent of Other Process Inputs
- Meeting Control Requirements when
the Response Times are Very Different
- Understanding the Design and Testing
of an Integrating Process
• Tailoring Control Performance
- Placing more Emphasis on Selected
Control or Constraint Parameters
- Improving Control Performance when
the Process is Deadtime Dominant
- Compensating for Large Changes in
Process Gain or Dynamics
- Minimizing the Impact of Process Noise
on Control Performance
• Predict Pro- Applying Predict Pro
on Large Processes; - Optimizing with
Predict Pro
Fieldbus Devices
DeltaV Systems Administration
for Windows 7 and Server 2008
DeltaV™ Advanced Control
Course 7030 CEUs: 2.8
Course 7027 CEUs: 3.2
Course 7201 CEUs: 3.2
This course is for individuals responsible
for maintaining, troubleshooting, calibrating and modifying FOUNDATION™
fieldbus device parameters.
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 4-day lecture/lab course provides
maximum hands-on experience working
with FOUNDATION fieldbus instruments
such as: the FIELDVUE® Digital Valve
Controller, Rosemount Pressure and
Temperature Transmitters. The student
will use the DeltaV control system to
commission fieldbus devices, assign
foundation fieldbus function blocks
to field devices, troubleshoot using
diagnostics and AMS Device Manager to
manipulate device parameters.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this
course; however, a general understanding of process control including control
valves, transmitters, control terms, and
control loop basics is recommended.
Computer skills should include a basic
working knowledge of Windows.
The 375 Field Communicator and AMS
ValveLink for Fieldbus will be demonstrated and available for students as
optional activities.
Topics
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DeltaV Scaleable System Overview
Macro Cycle Execution
Fieldbus Function Blocks
FieldVue Theory of Operation
Transmitter Theory of Operation
AMS Device Manager Methods
Fieldbus Wiring Practices
System Troubleshooting
Accessing Fieldbus Devices
Alarms and PlantWeb Alerts at DeltaV Workstations
• Segment Checkout Procedures
• Replace Wizard
This 4 day course is designed for system
engineers and administrators responsible for installing, commissioning, and
managing a DeltaV system running on
the Windows 7 operating system and
Windows Server 2008.
Course 7009, DeltaV Implementation I,
or Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and
Troubleshooting
This 4 day course introduces students
to the advanced control tools available
within DeltaV and how they may be used
to improve plant operations. The principal technology that is utilized in each
product will be discussed. The areas of
improvement that may be achieved will
be detailed. Also, each student will gain
hands on experience with these tools in
class exercises based on realistic process
simulations.
Topics
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
• Overview/Review of System
Components and T apologies
• Installation Checklist of the
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008
Operating Systems
• Installation of the DeltaV Software
Components
• DeltaV Control Networks and
Remote Access
• DeltaV Domains and Workgroups
• User Administration and Network
Security
• Upgrading Hardware and Software
• Backup and Restore Procedures
• Importing/Exporting
• DeltaV Zones
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaVTM
Courses 7101, PlantWeb DeltaV lntro.
or 7009, DeltaV Implementation I or
equivalent field experience.
Topics
• The Control Foundation in DeltaV -Traditional Tools e.g. Override,
Cascade, Ratio
-Improvements Provided by
Advanced Control
• DeltaV Inspect with InSight
-Detection of Abnormal
Conditions
-Performance Indices
-Performance Reports
• DeltaV Tune with InSight
-Tuning Response
-Process learning
-Adaptive Tuning
-Adaptive Control
• DeltaV Fuzzy
-Principles of logic Control
-FlC Function Block, Tuning
• DeltaV Predict
-MPC for Multi
-Variable Control
-Model Identification,
Data Screening -Simulation of Response, Tuning
• DeltaV Neural
-Creation of Virtual Sensor -Data Screening, Training
• DeltaV Simulate Suite
-Process Simulation
-Simulate Pro
Educational Services
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DeltaVTM
OPERATE AND MANAGE
DeltaV Safety Instrumented System with Electronic Marshalling
Maintenance
Course 7304 NEW CEUs: 2.1
This course is for Electrical & Instrument
technicians, maintenance technicians,
E&I/reliability engineers and other
personnel responsible for maintaining
DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling.
Overview
This 3-day hands-on instructor led
course covers the architecture of the
DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling including Rosemount SIS instruments and
Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controllers. Students will be able to identify the DeltaV
SIS with Electronic Marshalling hardware
and software components. Students will
be able to configure Partial Stroke Test
using DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling. Students will practice troubleshooting and maintenance techniques with
DeltaV SIS simulators throughout the
course.
Prerequisites
Course 7018, DeltaV Hardware and Troubleshooting, is a requirement.
Topics
• Safety Lifecycle
• DeltaV SIS Overview
• DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
Hardware architecture Including Power
Requirements
• Commissioning and Downloading the
DeltaV SIS with Electronic Marshalling
components
• Safety Instrumented Functions
• Rosemount SIS Instruments
• AMS Device Manager
• Fisher SIS Digital Valve Controller
• DeltaV Diagnostics
• Partial Stroke Test using DeltaV SIS
with Electronic Marshalling
-Model Identification,
Data Screening -Simulation of Response, Tuning
• DeltaV Neural
-Creation of Virtual Sensor -Data Screening, Training
• DeltaV Simulate Suite
-Process Simulation
-Simulate Pro
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Remote Automation Solutions
ControlWave Configuration
ControlWave Designer
ControlWave Designer
Fundamentals
Course RA331
Course RA440
Course RA441
CEUs:2.1
Field personnel whose responsibilities
may include: installation, wiring, startup, troubleshooting, configuration,
or maintenance of the ControlWave
products.
CEUs:2.1
Topics
• Overview of ControlWave Hardware
• Overview of OpenBSI Software
Utilities
• Basic Troubleshooting
• Basic ControlWave Configuration
CEUs: 3.2
A hands-on course that will give you as
much exposure to ControlWave programming as possible in the shortest
amount of time.
Personnel responsible for programming
and debugging in ControlWave Designer.
Overview
A hands-on course for programming the
ControlWave product family using the
Designer IEX-61131-3 standard software
and the ControlWave function block
library. This course will provide you the
necessary knowledge and skills required
to define and control inputs and outputs
of related real world applications.
An individual who seeks a more thorThe ControlWave Designer Short Course
ough understanding of the ControlWave provides the knowledge and skill required
to define and control inputs and outproducts.
puts of realted real world applications,
including basic communications and
Overview
A hands-on course that covers the hard- troubleshooting. The class project will
ware, configuration and maintenance of help students generate and debug simple
control strategy programs using Function
the ControlWave product family.
Block, Ladder Logic, and Structured Text
programming languages, including proThis course will equip you with the necessary knowledge and practice needed
gramming for Modbus communications.
to configure the ControlWave hardware
for communications. Learn how to trou- Prerequisites
bleshoot and utilize software application • Participants must have a strong
working knowledge of personal
programs to perform diagnostics and
computers and Windows XP or
monitor live data and communication
a later version
statistics.
• Participants should have a strong
working knowledge of their
Prerequisites
application/process.
• Participants should have formal
• Participants should have
instrument technician training and
programming experience
a working knowledge of their
(this course is not recommended
application/process
for beginning programmers)
• Participants must be thoroughly
• Participants should have completed
familiar with Windows XP or
“Creating a Simple Project”
later versions.
Topics
• Understand How IEC – 61131-3,
ControlWave Designer and
On-Line Utilities Work
• Master Skills necessary to create a
Program for ControlWave Controllers.
• Learn the Bristol Library of Function
Blocks for Measurement, Calculations,
Process Control, Data Storage
• Understand OpenBSI
Communications Software
• Master How to Establish Ethernet/IP
Communications using ControlWave
Designer
• Learn to Program Polling and Data
Transfers in BSAP and an I/O
Environment
• Understand How to Define a
Hierachical Network of ControlWave
Controllers using NetView
• Understand the Configuration of
Communication via other Protocols
such as --Modbus
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Emerson Process Management, the leading global supplier of flow computers, SCADA RTUs and presets, is the single
course for all your needs from field equipment to the business system.
Overview
Students will generate and debug simple
control strategy programs using Function Block, Ladder Logic, Structured
Text, and Sequential Function Chart
programming. They will also learn the
basics of ControlWave communications,
historical data storage, alarming, and
hardware configurations, and much
more.
Prerequisites
• Participants must have a strong
working knowledge of personal
computers and Windows XP or later
versions.
• Participants should have a strong
working knowledge of their
application/process.
Topics
• Ladder Logic
• Structured Text
• Function Block Diagram
• Sequential Function Chart
• Creating User Function Blocks
Educational Services
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Remote Automation Solutions
OPERATE AND MANAGE
We provide the industry-specific expertise and training in oil and gas, water and wastewater, along with best-in-class
products to help you achieve peak financial performance and long-term sustainability.
S600+ Operator
Course RA902
CEUs: 2.1
The FloBoss S600+ Operator course provides an overview into the hardware and
operational aspecrs of the FloBoss S600+.
Overview
The course will include a mixture of input
from the tainer and participative taining
involving work in pairs and as individuals.
Prerequisites
• Participants should be familiar with
metering techniques and standards.
• Participants should bring their own
laptop computers to the course and
should preferably have administrator
privileges.
• Participants must be PC literate
• Participants should have the Config600
Lite application installed on their laptop
prior to attending.
Topics
• Basic Concepts and Product
Architecture
• Hardware/IO Capabilties
• Download and Upload S600+
Configurations
• Use of the Front Panel I and Web
Browser Capabilitiies
• Use of the Config600 Lite Tool
to Modify Existing Displays/Reports/
Modbus Interfaces
FloBoss Operation and
Maintenance
ROC800 Operation and
Maintenance
Course RA1220
Course RA1240
CEUs: 3.2
This Remore Automation Solutions
course is for engineers, technicians, and
others involves with the operation and
maintenance of the FloBoss 103 and
FloBoss 107 products.
This Remote Automation Solutions
course is for engineers, technicians,
and others involved with the operation
and maintenance of the ROC800 Series
products.
Overview
Overview
This 4 1/2 day course will provide an
overall working knowledge of the FloBoss 103, Flo Boss 107 and the FloBoss
107E. Participants are presented with
a comprehensive view of the FloBoss
103/107/107E hardware and software to
obtain the necessary knowledge needed
to effectively install, configure and maintain the FloBoss 103/107/107E products.
This 4 ½ day course will provide an overall working knowledge of the ROC800
series. Participants are presented with a
comprehensive view of the ROC809/827
hardware and software to obtain the
necessary knowledge needed to effectively install, configure and maintain the
ROC800 series products.
Each student will be provided with a
PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote
Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a workbook for the
duration of the class.
Prerequisites
Participants should have a working
knowledge of their application/process
and should also have advanced PC
knowledge and be thoroughly familiar
with Microsoft Windows operating
systems (XP or later versions).
Topics
• FloBoss 103/107.107E Hardware
Overview
• Flow Measurement Review
-Overview on MVS Product
Set Up Multi-Dropping on MVS
• FloBoss Configuration
-Elements of a Basic Configuration
-Setting and Checking ROC
System Flags
-Set and Check ROC Information
-Configuring I/O Points
-Calibrating AI and AO Points
-Communication Basics
-Configuring AGA Flow Calculations
-Configuring FloBoss History
-Building FloBoss Displays
• FST Workshop
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Educational Services
CEUs:32
Each student will be provided with a
PC (ROCLINK preinstalled), a Remote
Automation Solutions RTU, a communications cable, and a workbook for the
duration of the class.
Prerequisites
Participants should have a working
knowledge of their application/process
and should also have advanced PC
knowledge and be thoroughly familiar
with Microsoft Windows operating
systems (XP or later versions).
Topics
• ROC800 Series Hardware Overview
• Flow Measurement Review
-Overview on MVS Product
-Setup Multi-Dropping of MVS
• Introduction to ROCLINK 800 Software
• ROC809/827 Configuration
-Elements of a Basic Configuration
-Setting and Checking ROC System
Flags
-Set and Check ROC Information
-Configuring I/O Points
-Calibrating AI and AO Points
-PID Configuration
-Communication Basics
-Configuring AGA Flow Calculations
-Configuring ROC800 History
-Building ROC800 Displays
• FST Workshop
OPERATE AND MANAGE
Remote Automation Solutions
DS800 for ROC800 Series
Programming
Course RA1241
CEUs:2.1
This Remote Automation Solutions
course is for engineers, technicians, and
others involved with configuring the
ROC800 Series products.
Overview
This 3-day course will provide an overall
working knowledge of the 5 different
programming languages for the ROC800
series. The course emphasizes hands-on
exercises using DS800 Development
Suite to program the ROC800 Series
Products. Each students will be provided
with a PC (ROCLINK & DS800 preinstalled), a Remote Automation Solutions
RTU, a communications cable, and a
workbook for the duration of the class.
Prerequisites
Participants should have experience
with ROC800 series hardware, a working
knowledge of their application/process
and should also have advanced PC
knowledge and be thoroughly familiar
with Microsoft Windows operating
systems (XP or later versions).
Topics
• DS800 Software Overview
-Sequential Function Chart
-Ladder Logic of Ladder Diagram
-Function Block Diagram
-Structured Text
-Instruction List
• ROCLINK 800 Sofware
Educational Services
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FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves
LEARNINGPATH
At the foundation of any process are the
field devices that measure and control the
flow of air, steam, water, gas or hundreds
of other materials. Without proper basic
setup, calibration and configuration of
these devices, advanced control
techniques cannot provide the levels
of efficiency thetechnology is capable of.
Knowledge of process control devices
within a plant is often passed down from
generation to generation. At the same
time, if advances in process technology
and methodology usually brought about
by training aren't brought into the plant,
in-house standards for device setup and
maintenance can become based on
out-dated theory. The result is that while
a valve or instrument may be working, it
may not be working up to its capabilities
and is not delivering on its promised
performance.
Educational Services has made a
global commitment to helping
our customers find and keep that
promise of performance.
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Educational Services
Regional Training Centre:
Our regional training centres are strategically located to support you training needs
when and where you need it. We can host factory certified training courses in Control Valve Engineering and Maintenance.
We utilise cutways and samples to provide course attendees with hands-on experience, one-on-one time with instructors, and a facility tour. Individuals can attend
courses at any of our regional training centres or participate in one of the schools we
conduct at a local sales or service office.
On-site, Local and Customised Training
We offer on-site training subject to availability of dedicated classroom facilities and
suitable workshop locations so we can maintain the same high standards of education at site. Our organization is available to work with you in defining the appropriate
subject matter and right approach to satisfy your training needs. Each year individuals participate in classes tailored to their particular needs and conducted locally or at
their plant.
Being able to develop customized courses for our customers; allow us to provide you
with targeted training that really works for you.
Consider on-site training if:
•You need to train several people at once
•You need training focused on a specific process or issue unique to your organization
•You’re looking for an alternative to sending employees off-site, incurring expensive
travel and lodging costs
Control Valves
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
LEARNINGPATH
Vocational training covers the basics and fundamentals but if the plant personnel do receive hands on experience
with the measurement products the initial knowledge begins to fade over time. Emerson has identified a series of
learning paths to help close the gap in plant knowledge and to enhance the on-the-job skills that have been learnt
over time.
Valve and Instrument Technician
1300
Control Valve Engineering I
1300
Control Valve Engineering II
1400
Valve Technician I
1750
FIELDVUE Digital Valve
Controller. Setup and Diagnostics using 475 Field Communicator and ValveLink
1751
Fundamentals of HART
Based FIELDVUE Digital
Valve Controller using the
475 Field Communicator
7036
FOUNDATION fieldbus
FIELDVUE Digital Valve
Controllers
FF sites
HART sites
1451
Valve Maintenance with
FIELDVUE Digital Valve
Controller
1752
ValveLink Software for
FIELDVUE Digital
Configuration and Calibration of Valve Controllers
Educational Services
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FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves
The twin forces of advancing technology, exemplified by the rapid acceptance of FIELDVUE digital valve controllers,
and the merging of the valve and instrument technician crafts in many plants are making control valve education
more important today than ever before. These interrelated trends necessitate higher levels of education on the part
of those responsible for valve maintenance and operation.
Control Valve Engineering I
Control Valve Engineering II
Valve Technician I
Course: 1300 CEUs: 3.2
Course: 1350 CEUs: 3.2
Course: 1400 CEUs: 3.2
Overview
Overview
Overview
This course is for engineers, technicians
and others responsible for the selection,
sizing, and application of control valves,
actuators and control valve instrumentation
This course is for practicing engineers
and senior technicians who are seeking
advanced training in control valve selection and sizing and application problem
solving
This introductory course is for valve
mechanics, maintenance personnel ,
instrument technicians, and others who
are responsible for maintaining control
valves, actuators and control valve
instrumentation
This 4 ½ day course reviews design and
operating principles of control valves,
actuators, positioners and related accessories. It describes the sizing and selection
methods for a broad variety of control
valve assemblies. Students will solve several problems using Fisher Specification
Manager and published materials, plus
participate in equipment demonstrations
and hands-on workshops.
This 4 ½ day course reviews of basic
sizing and selection concepts. It then
progresses to advanced concepts used
when selecting and sizing control valves
for severe service and unusual applications.
This 4 ½ day course explains how valves
and actuators function and how they are
installed and calibrated. It emphasizes
installation, troubleshooting, parts
replacement, and calibration of control
valves, actuators, and positioners and
The course includes lectures and
digital valve controllers. Those who
numerous problem-solving sessions that complete this course will be able to:
make extensive use of Fisher Specification Manager software.
• Correctly perform installation
Students who complete this course will :
procedures
• Select the proper valve characteristic
Students who complete this course will : • Perform basic troubleshooting.
for a given process.
• Select and size of control valves
• Properly apply and calibrate positioners
• Choose suitable styles of control valves
to reduce aerodynamic noise.
and FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers
for an application.
• Select and size control valves
• Change valve trim, gaskets and packing.
• Size of control valves and
for cavitating applications.
actuators.
• Select valve types and options
Prerequisites
• Properly apply positioners and
for corrosive and erosive fluids.
Some experience in instrument calibrainstruments.
• Select size of control valves for
tion and in control valve maintenance, intwo-phase flow and hydrocarbon
stallation, and operation would be helpful.
Prerequisites
mixtures.
Some experience with industrial controls
Topics
equipment including control valves and
Prerequisites
• Control Valve Terminology
actuators would be helpful.
Students should have completed the
• Globe Valves
Control Valve Engineering I Course1300 • Packing
Topics
and worked on control valve sizing for
• Actuators, Positioners and
• Control Valve Selection: Rotary /
at least 6 months after 1300 class.
Digital Valve Controllers
Sliding Stem
Familiarity with Fisher Specification
• Bench Set
• Actuator Selection and Sizing
Manager is required.
• Seat Leak Testing
• Corrosion Resistant Valves
• Ball Valves
• Liquid Valve Sizing
Topics
• Butterfly Valves
• Gas Valve Sizing
• Aerodynamic Noise/ Whisper Trim
• Eccentric Disc Valves
• Positioners and Transducers
• Cavitation Issues and Solutions
• Valve Characteristics
• Valve Application Guidelines
• Steam Conditioning Valves
• Valve Characteristics
• High Pressure/Temperature Issues
• Valve Packing Considerations
• Sizing for Two Phase Flow, Fluid
• Cavitation
Mixtures Corrosive/Erosive Service
• Valve Noise
• Actuators: Stroking Speed, Hysteresis,
and Other Control Application
Guidelines
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Courses for valve and instrument technicians explain what’s required to maintain modern control valves and demonstrate the skills necessary to do that job effectively. These classes are very structured, but students have plenty of
opportunities to practice newly learned skills and receive feedback from experts in the field. The goal is to reduce the
number of poorly operating control valves throughout industry in order to enhance processing and reduce downtime.
Valve Maintenance with
FIELDVUE ™ Digital Valve
Controller
FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller Fundamentals of HART Based
Setup and Diagnostics using 475
FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
Field Communicator and ValveLink™ using the 475 Field Communicator
Course: 1451 CEUs: 3.2
Course: 1750 CEUs: 3.2
Course: 1751 CEUs: 1.4
Overview
Overview
Overview
This introductory course is for valve
mechanics, maintenance personnel ,
instrument technicians, and others who
are responsible for maintaining control
valves, actuators and control valve instrumentation
This course is for technicians, engineers
and others responsible for installing ,
configuring , calibrating and basic troubleshooting of FIELDVUE™ digital valve
controllers using the 475 Field Communicator and ValveLink™ software. This
course is a combination of 1751 and 1752
taken in the same week
This course is for technicians, engineers
and others responsible for installing,
calibrating and basic troubleshooting
FIELDVUE™ instruments using the 475
Field Communicator.
This 4 ½ day course will cover sliding stem
and rotary valves and actuators, valve and
actuator setup, maintenance , repair and
troubleshooting, installation and calibration of FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers using the 475 Field Communicator.
An overview of ValveLink™ Mobile will
be included . Those who complete this
course will be able to
• Correctly perform installation
procedures
• Perform basic troubleshooting.
• Properly apply and calibrate positioners
and FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers
• Change valve trim, gaskets and
packing.
This 2 day course provides the
necessary skills to :
• Install and mount a FIELDVUE™
This 4 ½ day course provides the fundigital valve controller onto Sliding
damental skills necessary to install and
Stem Actuator/Valve and Rotary
mount a FIELDVUE™ digital valve control- Actuator/Valve Assemblies.
ler onto a Sliding Stem and Rotary Valve/ • Configure and calibrate FIELDVUE™
Instruments with the Field
Actuator and to configure and calibrate
Communicator.
FIELDVUE™ instruments using the 475
Field Communicator. Students will also
be able to use ValveLink™ software to run Prerequisites
diagnostics
Control valve experience and/or course
1400, 1300, 1710 or 1451
Prerequisites
Control Valve Experience and/ or
Course 1300 or
Course 1400
Prerequisites
Topics
Experience in instrument calibration and
in control valve maintenance, installation, and operation would be helpful.
• FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
Theory of Operation
• FIELDVUE™ Instrument Installation
• 475 Field Communicator
Configuration and Calibration
• Control Loop Wiring Practices
• Introduction to ValveLink™ software
• ValveLink™ Tag and Database Issues
• Configuration and Calibration with
ValveLink™
• ValveLink™ Advanced and
Performance Tier Diagnostics
• Instrument Troubleshooting using
ValveLink™
Topics
• Control Valve Terminology
• Globe Valves/Packing
• Actuators
• Bench Set
• Ball Valves / Butterfly Valves /
Eccentric Disc Valves
• Valve Characteristics
• Control Valve Noise and Cavitation
• FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
Theory of Operation
• HART Communication Signal
• FIELDVUE™ Instrument Installation
• 475 Field Communicator
• Instrument Configuration
and Calibration
• Instrument Troubleshooting
• ValveLink™ Mobile Overview
Topics
• FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controller
Theory of Operation
• FIELDVUE™ Instrument Installation
• Field Communicator for Instrument
Configuration, Calibration and
Troubleshooting
• ValveLink™ Mobile Overview
Educational Services
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FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Control Valves
Control Valves
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
ValveLink™ Software for FIELDVUE ™ Digital Configuration and
Calibration of Valve Controllers
Fisher FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve
Controller with AMS ValveLink™
SNAP-ON
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controllers
Course: 1752 CEUs: 1.8
Course: 7022 CEUs: 2.1
Course: 7036 CEUs: 2.1
Overview
Overview
Overview
This course is for technicians, engineers
and others responsible for installation,
calibration and diagnostics for FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers and
ValveLink™ software. The primary focus
of this course is to provide a comprehensive experience in managing Digital
Valve Controllers using the ValveLink™
software.
This course is designed to teach
technicians and engineers to commission, calibrate, configure, maintain and
troubleshoot Fisher FIELDVUE™
digital valve controllers using the AMS
ValveLink™ SNAP-ON to AMS Device
Manager
This course teaches technicians and
engineers the basics of FOUNDATION™
fieldbus digital valve controller installation, configuration, calibration, and
troubleshooting using 475 Handheld
and ValveLink™ Software
This 2 ½ day lecture/lab style course
provides hands-on experience working
with FIELDVUE™ digital valve controller
and ValveLink™ Software. Students will
be able to execute ValveLink™ calibration and diagnostic routines, and create
an instrument database
The 3 day course delves into device
specific techniques for commissioning ,
maintaining and troubleshooting Fisher
FIELDVUE™ Instruments
Prerequisites
None though a basic familiarity with
Fisher FIELDVUE™ Instruments will be
beneficial.
Prerequisites
Topics
Control valve experience and course
1451 / 1751
• Introduction to AMS Device Manager
• Getting started with AMS Device
Manager
• Replacing and deleting devices
• Field Communicator
• Using the Audit Trail
• Monitoring System Alerts
• DVC6000 View from AMS
Device Manag er
• AMS ValveLink™ SNAP-ON Features
and Functionality
• AMS ValveLink™ SNAP-ON Digital
Valve Controller Diagnostics
Topics
• Introduction to ValveLink™ software
• ValveLink™ Tag and Database
Management
• Configuration with ValveLink™
• Calibration with ValveLink™
• ValveLink™ Advanced and Performance
Tier Diagnostics
• Troubleshooting
• Introduction to Diagnostic
Data Interpretation
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The 3 day course reviews of the role and
function of control valve positioners,
followed by a series of hands-on exercises to disassemble, inspect, assemble,
install, and commission a fieldbus FIELDVUE™ digital valve controller. During
commissioning students will learn the
basics of the FOUNDATION™ fieldbus
protocol, the role of function blocks,
addressing, modes and status. Students
will configure, calibrate and commission
devices using the 475 Field Communicator and ValveLink™ software. Hands-on
exercises also teach students how to
perform detailed setup routines and
how to run and collect data for various
ValveLink™ diagnostics.
Prerequisites
Basic familiarity with positioners and
control valve basics is required. Course
1400 / 1451 is recommended
Topics
• Positioner Basics
• FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus Overview
• FIELDVUE™ digital valve controller
Installation and Mounting
• Modes and Status
• Configuration and Calibration
with new 475 Field Communicator
• ValveLink™ Setup Wizard / Detailed
Setup
• Tuning
• Tag Management
• Pressure Control
• Valvelink™ Diagnostics
• FIELDVUE™ Instrument
• Troubleshooting
Valve Automation
BettisTM Scotch –Yoke
Products
ShaferTM
Rotary Vane Products
EIM
Electric Actuators
Course VA-MEA-101
Course VA-MEA-103
Course VA-MEA-104
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2 ½ day course provides an introduction to the range of pneumatic and
hydraulic valve actuators manufactured
by Bettis. In addition to discussing
product features and benefits, students
will be given a broad overview of the
valve automation industry and provided with training on product selection
and applications. Common pneumatic
and hydraulic control components and
systems will also be discussed.
This 1 day course provides an introduction to Rotary Vane type valve actuators
manufactured by Shafer. Also covers
about SH Series Actuators. Primarily
focussed on product features & benefits,
sizing/selection and applications.
This 1 day course provides information
on the types of Electric Actuators in the
EIM profolio ranging from multi-turn
to ¼ turn, the principles of operation,
mechanical and electrical components,
followed by a hands on demonstration
of actuator and Materstation.
Prerequisites
• Gas Pipeline Valve/Actuator
Applications
• Rotary Vane Actuators
• Assembly of Rotary Vane and
Travel Adjustments
• Poppet Block and Hand Pump
• Local Manual Control/Control
Schematics
• Control Functions and Components:
-High & Low Pressure Shutoff;
-2-way electric & fail safe;
-ESD
-Pneumatic Line break devices
• Actuator sizing – Theory and Ex
• LineGuard 2000 Series
• SH Series Actuators
• Hydraulic Power Units
Involved with the purchase/application/
marketing or sales of products.
Topics
• CBB – Series Actuators overview
• CBA300-Series Actuators overview
• G-Series Actuators overview
• Torque Mechanisms overview
• Manual Overrides overview
• Actuator Selection/Sizing
• Common Control Components/
Control Systems
• Valve Mounting Hardware Overview
• General Practical Work
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase/application/
marketing or sales of products.
Topics
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Valve Automation combines the strengths of seven world-recognized brands; Bettis, Dantoque, El-O-Matic, Hytork,
FieldQ, EIM and Shafer into a single unit. We capitalized on more than 100 years of combines experience dedicated
to only one thing-controlling and automating valve operation.
Prerequisites
Involved with the purchase / application
/ marketing or sales of products.
Topics
History
Applications
Actuation Principles
• Mechanical
-Electric Motor
-Motor Gear Set
-Clutch Assembly
-Worm / Worm Gear Assembly
-Geared Limit Drive Assembly
-Torque Limit Drive Assembly
-Stem Nut / Bushing with Locknut
• Electronic
-Constant Health Monitoring – EFM
-Absolute Position Detector – APD
-Historical Data & Diagnostics
-HMI Indication of all Parameters,
3600 Rotation/Moveable – LDM
-Remote Display Unit fro Inaccessible
MOV’s – RDM
-Total Electronic Control – TEC
-Discrete DI/DO, Analogue AI / AO,
Digital, ESD, PST
-Field Network Communications
-Protection Features
-Networks
-Modbus Masterstation
• Hand on Demonstration of setting up
the actuator, limit switches and
genera configuration and
interrogation.
• Understanding how all the
components fit inside the actuator,
assemble and disassemble.
• Demonstration of the Masterstation
showing a redundant system.
• Questions and answer session.
Educational Services
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Regulator Technologies
FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATE
Gas Regulator Technician
Gas Regulator Troubleshooting
Course 1100 CEUs: 2.1
Course 1106 CEUs: 2.1
Overview
This course is designed primarily for
technicians with responsibility for
installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting gas regulators.
This 3-day course is designed primarily for technicians responsible for the
installation and maintenance of natural
gas regulators. Emphasizing hands-on
training, this course teaches students
to install, troubleshoot, and adjust gas
regulators. Students who complete this
conference will be able to:
• perform maintenance on regulators
and relief valves
• troubleshoot field problems
Prerequisites
At least one year’s field experience with
natural gas regulators is recommended.
Prerequisites
At least one year’s field experience with
natural gas regulators is recommended.
Topics
• Self-Operated Regulators
• Pilot-Operated Regulators
• Overpressure Protection
- Series Regulation
- Monitors
- Slam Shut Options
• Regulator Failure Analysis
• Troubleshooting and Installation
Overview
This 3-day course provides intensive
hands-on training using the same regulators that are commonly used in the
field. Actual gas regulator problems are
simulated in the workshops, challenging the student to efficiently diagnose
problems and restore the regulator to
proper operation. Students who complete this course will:
• efficiently and safely troubleshoot
common regulator operational performance problems
• understand the influence of the
service
environment on regulator performance
• understand the importance of correct installation procedures
• understand the role of correct sizing
as it impacts regulator performance
• perform maintenance on regulators
and relief valves
• troubleshoot field problems
Prerequisites
Gas Regulator Technician, Course 1100,
or 2 years’ experience with regulators.
Topics
• Review:
- Self-Operated Regulator Fundamentals
- Pilot-Operated Regulator Fundamentals
- Overpressure Protection
• Sizing Overview for Technicians
• Regulator Troubleshooting Principles, Procedures, and Best Practices
- Failure Analysis
- Stability Issues
- Installation Practices
- Pilot Interchangeability Practices
- Advanced Monitor Operations and
Maintenance
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Measurement Instrumentation
Emerson’s global training solutions can help maximize the return on your most
significant investment—your employees. Process automation instrumentation
covers a wide range of measurement techniques and industry feedback has
indicated that plant personnel often have limited experience with the broad range
of devices. Vocational training covers the basics and fundamentals but if the plant
personnel do receive hands on experience with the measurement products the
initial knowledge begins to fade over time. Emerson has identified a series of
learning paths to help close the gap in plant knowledge and to enhance the
on-the-job skills that have been learnt over time. Follow the recommended
training path to empower your personnel to operate and maintain the plant
process automation instrumentation or select a category of training that will help
top up the current experience levels.
Instrumentation Learning Path Measurement Fundamentals
2326
Process Measurement
Product I Pressure and
Temperature
2327
Process Measurement
Product II DP Flow
2333
Process Measurement
Products III (Level)
Flow Fundamentals
2339SV
8700 Series Smart
Vortex Flowmeter
2339SM
8800 Series Smart
Magnetic Flowmeter
2339C
Micro Motion Coriolis
Analytical Fundamentals
2200
General pH, Conductivity, and ORP Theory
Protocol Fundamentals
2201
Amperometric Measurement Theory: Clorine,
Dissolved Oxygen &
Ozone
2370
Fieldbus Measurement
Instruments
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
LEARNINGPATH
At the foundation of any process
are the field devices that measure
and control the flow of air, steam,
water, gas or hundreds of other
materials. Without proper basic
setup, calibration and configuration of these devices, advanced
control techniques cannot provide
the levels of efficiency the technology is capable of.
Knowledge of process control
devices within a plant is often
passed down from generation to
generation. At the same time, if
advances in process technology
and methodology usually brought
about by training aren’t brought
into the plant, in-house standards
for device setup and maintenance
can become based on out-dated
theory. The result is that while
a valve or instrument may be working, it may not be working up to its
capabilities and is not delivering on
its promised performance.
Educational Services has made a
global commitment to helping
our customers find and keep that
promise of performance.
2375
Wireless Self
Organizing Network
Educational Services
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Rosemount’s leadership in the design, manufacture, and application of smart field instrumentation is unchallenged
for pressure, level, temperature, and flow measurement instruments to monitor and control process.
Process Measurement Product I
Pressure and Temperature
Process Measurement Product II DP Process Measurement Products III
Flow
(Level)
Course 2326
Course 2327 CEUs: .7
Course 2333 CEUs:2.1
This course is designed for technicians,
engineers and plant personnel who need
to know installation, calibration,
maintenance, and troubleshooting of
measurement instrumentation.
This course is designed for technicians,
engineers and plant personnel who need
to know installation, calibration,
maintenance, and troubleshooting of DP
Flow measurement instrumentation.
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel
who need to know installation , calibration, maintenance and troubleshooting
of measurement instrumentation.
Overview
Overview
Overview
The course explains how pressure and
temperature instruments function and
how they are installed and calibrated. It
emphasizes installation, proper setup
and calibration of Analog and Smart
Pressure and Transmitters. The course
uses lectures and labs to teach the students. Those who complete this course
will be able to:
• Correctly perform installation
and setup procedures
• Properly Configure Pressure and
Temperature Transmitters.
• Properly Calibrate Pressure and
Temperature Transmitters.
• Perform basic troubleshooting
The course explains how DP Flow
functions and how they are installed and
calibrated. It emphasizes installation,
proper setup and calibration of DP Flow
Instruments. The course uses lectures
and labs to teach the students. Those
who complete this course will be able to:
• Correctly install, configure and
calibrate the DP Flow instruments.
• Perform DP Flow troubleshooting
This 2-day course explains how level
instruments function and how they are
installed and calibrated. It emphasizes
installation, proper setup and calibration
/ verification of level instruments.
Course Duration
CEUs: .7
Three Days
Prerequisites:
Some experience in instrument
calibration, maintenance, installation
and operation would be helpful.
Topics:
• Basic 4-20 mA Loop Setup
• Pressure sensors
• Temperature Sensors
• Analogue Transmitters
• Smart Transmitters
• AMS Device Manager
• Hart and Field Communicator
• Test Equipment Selection
• Installation and Configuration
• Calibration / Verification
• Troubleshooting
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Some experience in instrument calibration, maintenance, installation and
operation would be helpful.
The course uses lectures and labs to
teach the students. Those who complete
this class will be able to:
• Correctly install Guided Wave Radar
Transmitters
• Correctly install Non-contacting
Radar Transmitters
• Properly calibrate Level instruments
• Perform basic troubleshooting
Course Duration
Prerequisites:
Two Days
Some experience in instrument calibration, maintenance , installation and
operation would be helpful.
Prerequisites:
Topics:
• Basic DP Flow Fundamentals
• DP Flow sizing Calculations
• Multivariable Flow Transmitters
• AMS Device Manager with
Engineering Snap-on Assistant
• Field Communicator
• Test Equipment Selection
• Installation and Configuration
• Calibration / Verification
• Troubleshooting
Topics:
• DP Level Fundamentals
• Radar Applications
• Radar Instruments
• Radar PC Software
• Field Communicator
• Test Equipment Selection
• Installation
• Configuration
• Calibration / Verification
• Troubleshooting
Measurement Instrumentation
Fieldbus Measurement
Instruments
3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter
3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter
Course 2370
Course 2305 CEUs: .7
Course 2307 CEUs: .7
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers responsible, calibrating, and
troubleshooting FOUNDATION Fieldbus
measurement instruments.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and
maintenance of the Rosemount Model
3051 Smart Pressure Transmitter.
This course is designed fro those individuals responsible for the installation and
maintenance of the Rosemount Model
3051 Fieldbus Pressure Transsmitter
Overview
Overview
Overview
The course covers the integration of
Foundation Fieldbus compliant
measurement devices using the
communicator, FF Modem and AMS
device manager and other hosts. Those
who complete this course will be able to:
• Install, Configure, and Calibrate &
Troubleshooting Rosemount Fieldbus
Devices, including pressure
Transmitter, Temperature Transmitter,
and Radar level transmitters.
This 1-day course lecture and labs
to teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, and maintain the
Rosemount Model 3051 Smart Pressure
Transmitter.
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install and
maintain the Rosemount Model 3051
Fieldbus Pressure Transmitter.
The Student will also learn the operation of the Model Field Communicator,
Students will:
• Explain the differences between Smart
& Analog Transmitters
• Identify 3051 parts and functionality
• Explain the principles of operation
of the 3051
•Configure, calibrate and test 3051
Smart Pressure Transmitters using the
Field Communicator or AMS
• Properly install/troubleshoot the
3051 Smart Transmitter
The Student will also learn the operation
of the Field Communicator Students
who complete this course will able to :
• Identify 3051 parts and functionality
• Explain the principles of operation
of the 3051
• Design and build a Fieldbus segment
• Configure test, and calibrate the 3051
Field bus Pressure Transmitter using
the field Communicator
• Properly install and troubleshoot the
3051 Fieldbus Transmitter
Prerequisites:
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals
and pressure instrumentation.
Prerequisites
Some experience in instrument calibration, maintenance, installation and
operation would be helpful.
Course Duration
Three Days
Topics:
• Foundation Fieldbus Overview
• Fieldbus Wiring / Segment deign
function Blocks
• Field Communicator Operation
• AMS Device Manager Operation
• Theory of operation, Installation,
Configuration, and Troubleshooting
of the following:
• 3051 C & 3051S Pressure Transmitters
• 3144 & 644 Temperature Transmitters
• GWR level Transmitters
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals and pressure instrumentation
Topics:
• Smart and Analog Transmaitters
• 3051 Overview and Principles of
operation
• Test Equipment selection
• Bench Testing the 3051 Smart
transmitter
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Empowering plant personnel to understand, operate and maintain process automation instrumentation can
assist to increase their proficiency, confidence and on-the-job morale. It’s not just an investment in the plant but
and investment in the plant people as well.
Prerequisites
Topics:
• 3051 Overview and Principles of
Operation
• FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus Overview
• Fieldbus Wiring/Segment Design/
Function Blocks
• Test Equipment Selection
• Bench Testing 3051 Fieldbus Transmitter
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
The vast amounts of information generated by these devices make possible lower automation costs, improved plant
performance, faster troubleshooting, fewer unscheduled outages and lower maintenance costs.
3051S Smart Pressure Transmitter
3144P Temperature Transmitters
3144P Fieldbus Temperature
Transmitters
Course 2308 CEUs: .7
Course 2321 CEUs: .7
Course 2324 CEUs: .7
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation,
configuration, calibration, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the Rosemount
Model 3051S Smart Pressure Transmitter
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and
maintenance of the Rosemount Model
3144P Smart Temperature Transmitters.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and
maintenance of the Rosemount Model
3144P Fieldbus Temperature Transmitters.
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to teach the students how to install,
configure, calibrate and maintain the
Rosemount Model 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitters. The Student
will also learn the operation of the field
Communicator. Students who complete
this course will:
• Indentify 3144P parts and explain their
functionality
• Explain the principles of operation of
the 3144P
• Configure, calibrate and test 3144P
Smart Temperature Transmitter using
the Field Communicator or AMS
• Properly install and troubleshoot the
3144P Smart Transmitter
This 2-days course uses lectures and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and
maintain the Rosemount Model 3051S
Smart Pressure Transmitter. The student
will also learn the operation if the Model
Field Communicator. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
• Identify 30501S parts and functionality
explain the principle of operation of
the 3051S
• Configure and test the 3051S Smart
Pressure Transmitters using the Field
Communicator or AMS
• Properly install, configure and test the
3051S Smart Transmitter
Prerequisites:
Overview
Prerequisites:
Knowledge of basic pressure fundamentals and pressure instrumentation
Knowledge of basic temperature fundamentals and temperature instrumentation
Topics:
Topics:
• 3051S Overview/Principles of Operation
• 3051S Installation & Options
• Test Equipment Selection
• Configure & Test the 3051S Advance
Features:
- Alarm & Saturation Levels,
Alarm Direction, Write
Protection,
- Process Alerts, Scaled Variable
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• 3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
• Test Equipment Selection Sensor
Selection and Wiring
• Bench Testing the 3144P Smart
Transmitters
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• 3144PDual Sensor Setup and
Configuration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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The student will also learn the operation
of the Field Communicator. Students
who complete this course will be able to:
• Identify 3144P parts and explain their
functionality
• Explain principles of operation of the
3144P
• Design and build a Fieldbus segment
• Configure , calibrate, and test 3144P
Fieldbus Temperature transmitter
using Field Communicator
• Properly install and troubleshoot the
3144P Fieldbus Transmitters
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature
fundamentals and temperature
instrumentation
Topics
• 3144P Overview and Principles of
Operation
• FOUNDATIONTM FieldBus Overview
• Fieldbus Wiring
• Fieldbus Segment Design
• Fieldbus Function Blocks
• Test Equipment Selection
• Sensor Selection and Wiring
• Bench Testing 3144P Feidbus
Transmitters
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Measurement Instrumentation
5400 Series HART Radar Level
Transmitter
5300 High Performance Guided
Instrument Fundamentals
Wave Radar HART Level Transmitter Overview
Course 2336H CEUs: .7
Course 2337H CEUs: .7
Course 2320
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation,
configuration, calibration and maintenance of the Rosemount Model 5400
HART Radar Level Transmitter
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance
of the Rosemount Model 5300 High
Performance Guided Wave Radar (GWR)
Series HART Radar Level Transmitter,
This course is intended for engineers
and other persons responsible for the
selection and installation of instruments
for measurement types of Pressure,
Temperature, Level, and Flow.
Overview
This 3-day course explains the measurement technology for Pressure, Temperature, Flow and Level instruments. It
will also emphasis proper installation of
these instruments.
Overview
This 2-day course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, troubleshoot and maintain
the Rosemount Model 5400 Radar
Transmitters. Students who complete
this course will be able to:
• Explain the principle of operation
of the 5400 Radar
• Identify 5400 Radar parts and explain
their functionality
• Properly install and wire the 5400
Radar
• Configure and test the 5400 Radar to
work in different applications
• Properly troubleshoot the 5400 Radar
Transmitter and the installation using
Radar Master Software
Prerequisites:
This 2-day course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, troubleshoot, and maintain
the Rosemount Model 5300 High Performance GRW Transmitter. Students who
complete this course will be able to :
• Explain the principles of operation of
the 5300 GRW
• Indentify 5300GRW parts and explain
their functionality
• Understand the available probe option
and when each should be used
• Properly install and wire the 5300GRW
• Understand how to setup the 5300
GRW in work in application
• Properly troubleshoot the 5300 GRW
Transmitter and installation using
Radar Master Software
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals
and instrumentation
Prerequisites:
Topics:
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals
and instrumentation
• 5400 Overview and Principles
Operation
• Installation of the 5400 Radar
• Wiring 5400 Radar
• Configuration of 5400 Radar
• Bench testing the 5400 Radar
• Field Communicator Operation
• AMS Devise Manager Operation
• Radar Master Software Operation
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling Using Radar Master
Software
Topics:
• 5300 Overview and Principles of
Operation
• Installation of the 5300 GRW
• Wiring the 5300 GRW
• Field Communicator Operation
• AMS Software Operation
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling Using Radar Master
Software
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Rosemount delivers more than 20 different courses covering product installation, configuration,
calibration and maintenance.
CEUs: 2.1
Overview
Prerequisites
Students should have experience with
process instrumentation and measurements.
Topics:
• 4-20 mA Electrical loops
• Pressure Sensors
• Pressure Instruments
• Temperature Sensors
• Temperature Instruments
• Analog Transmitters
• Smart Transmitters
• HART Communication Protocol
• Field Communicator
• DP Flow
• Magnetic Flow Meters
• Vortex Flow Meters
• Guided Wave Radar Level Instruments
• Non-Contacting Radar Level Instruments
NOTE: 5400 HART Radar Level transmitter is also included in the 3 day Level
course # 2333
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
848 Fieldbus Temperature
Transmitter
3095MV Multi-Variable Transmitters 3300 Guided Wave Radar Level
Transmitter
Course 2328
Course 2343
CEUS: .7
This 1-day course use lecture and labs
to maximize the hands-on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, troubleshoot, and maintain
the Rosemount Model 848T Fieldbus
Temperature Transmitters.
Overview
The Student will also learn the operation
of the Field Communication. Students
who complete this course will be able to:
• Explain the principles of operation of
the 848T
• Configure, calibrate, and test the 848T
Fieldbus temperature transmitter
using the Field Communicator
• Design and build a fieldbus segment
• Properly install and troubleshoot the
848T Fieldbus Transmitter
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic temperature fundamentals and temperature instrumentation
Topics:
• 848T Overview and Principles
of Operation
• FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus Overview
• Fieldbus wiring
• Fieldbus Segment Design
• Fieldbus Function Blocks ( including
the MAI, and ISEL Blocks)
• Test Equipment Selection
• Sensor Selection and Wiring
• Bench Testing the 848T Fieldbus
Transmitters
• Field Communicator Operation
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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CEU:. 7
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and
maintenance of the Rosemount 3095
MV Transmitter
Overview
Course 2332 CEUs: .7
This course is for those individuals
responsible for the installation/maintenance of the Rosemount Model 330
Series Guided Wave Radar ( GWR ) Level
& interface transmitters
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate and maintain the
Rosemount Model 3095MV Smart Transmitters. The Student will also learn the
operation of the Field Communicator.
Students who complete this course will :
• Indentify transmitter parts and explain
their functionality
• Explain the principles of operation
of the transmitter
• Configure and test using the Field
Communicator and the 3095MW
Engineering Assistant Snap-on Software
• Configure the compensated flow
parameters using AMS Device
manager with the 3095MV
Engineering Assistant Snap-On software
• Properly install/troubleshoot
transmitters
Overview
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level and interface
fundamentals and instrumentation.
Knowledge of basic pressure and temperature fundamentals/instrumentation
Topics:
• DP Flow Fundamentals
• Overview and Principles of operation
• Test Equipment selection
• Temperature Sensor Wiring
• Bench Testing the Smart Transmitters
• AMS Device manage with the 3095MV
EA Snap-On Software
• Operation of Field communicator
• And AMS
• Device Manager
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and maintenance
• Troubleshooting and maintenance
• Configure/wire/Setup the HART
Tri-Loop
This 2-days course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands-on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, troubleshoot and
maintain the Rosemount Model 330
GWR Level & Interface Transmitters.
Students who complete this course will
be able to :
• Explain the principle of operation of
the 330 GWR
• Identity 330 parts and explain their
functionality
• Understand the available probe option
and when each should be used
• Properly install the 330 GWR
• Configure and test the 330 GWR
• Properly troubleshoot the 3300 GWR
transmitter using RCT software
Prerequisites
Topics:
• 330 Overview/principles of Operation
• Installation of the 330GWr
• Configuration of the 3300GWR
• Bench Testing the 330 GWR
• Field communicator Operation
• Calibration, Verification and
adjustments
• Troubleshooting and maintenance
• Troubleshooting and Reading Tank
Graphs using RCT Software
Wireless self Organizing Network
Pressure, Transmitter & Multivariable Flow Transmitters
3051SMV Multi-Variable Flow
Transmitter
Course 2375 CEUs: .1.4
Course 2329
Course 2308MV
This course is intended for technicians,
engineers and other plant personnel
who need to know how to design, install,
setup, configure, maintain and troubleshoot Wireless Self Organizing Networks
And their Components.
This 2-day course is designed for those
individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the
Rosemount Model 3051C Smart Pressure
Transmitter, 3144P Smart Temperature
Transmitter, and the 3051SMV Multivariable Flow Transmitter. This course is a
combination of courses: 2305, 2321, and
2308MV.
Overview
This 1-day course explains how Self
Organizing Wireless networks function
and how they are install, setup ,
configured and integrated. It Emphasizes
planning, prosper installation, and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the students. Students who
complete this course will :
• Correctly install and setup 1420
wireless Gateway
• Properly install and configure
wireless Transmitters
• Properly integrate Host interface
to the wireless Gateway
• Properly install and configure
Wireless transmitters
• Properly integrate Host interfaces
to the wireless Gateway
Prerequisites
Some experience in network and Host
integration would be helpful
Topics:
• How Self organizing networks function
• Self Organizing networks best practices
• Network components
• 1420 installation and setup
• Network parameters
• Wireless transmitters installation
configuration, maintenance and
calibration
• THUM installation wiring and
configuring
• Using AMS Device manager with the
1420 wireless gateway
• Configuring wireless devices with
AMS device manager
• Modbus serial integration
• Modbus TCP integration
• OPC integration
• 420 Adance features
CEUS: 1.4
Overview
This course uses lectures and labs to
maximize the hands on experiences
and teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, troubleshoot, and
maintain the Rosemount Model 3051C,
3144P, and 3051SMV Transmitters.
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Measurement Instrumentation
CEU:. 7
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance
of the Rosemount 3051SMV Transmitter.
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate and maintain the
Rosemount Model 3051SMV Smart Flow
Transmitter. Students who complete this
course will:
• identify transmitter parts and explain
their functionality
• explain the principles of operation of
the transmitter
• configure and test using the Field
Topics:
Communicator, AMS, and the 3051SMV
• 3051C Smart Pressure Transmitter,
Engineering Assistant software
• Field Communicator Operation
• configure the compensated flow parameters using the 3051SMV Engineer• 3051C Configuration, Calibration and
ing Assistant Software
Maintenance
• 3144P Smart Temperature Transmitter • properly install & troubleshoot the
Installation, Configuration, Calibration 3051SMV transmitter
and Troubleshooting.
• 3051SMV Multivariable DP Flow
Prerequisites
Transmitter Installation, ConfiguraKnowledge of basic Pressure, and DP
tion, Calibration and Troubleshooting. Flow fundamentals & instrumentation.
Topics:
• DP Flow Fundamentals
• Overview and Principles of Operation
• Test Equipment Selection
• Temperature Sensor Wiring
• Bench Testing the Smart Transmitters
• 3051SMV Engineering Assistant Software
• Operation of the Field Communicator
and AMS Device Manager
• Digital Trims/Calibration
• Installation and Start-Up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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Measurement Instrumentation
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
3051S Electronic Remote Sensors
System
3095FT Flow Transmitter
Model 3095FB Modbus
Course 2308ER
Course 2342
Course 2345
CEUs: .7
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation,
configuration, calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance of the Rosemount
3051S Electronic Remote Sensors (ERS)
System.
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, maintain, and
troubleshoot the Rosemount 3051S ERS
System. Students who complete this
course will:
• Identify transmitter parts and explain
their functionality
• Identify 3051S ERS Hi & Lo Sensors
• Explain the principles of operation of
the ERS System
• Configure and test the ERS system
use AMS Device Manager and the Field
Communicator
• Perform Zero Trims and Calibrate the
ERS Sensors
• Properly install & troubleshoot the
3051S ERS System
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic Pressure, and DP
Level fundamentals & instrumentation.
Topics:
• DP Level Technology
• ERS Technology
• ERS Overview and Principles of Operation
• ERS / DP Level Installation
• ERS Wiring
• ERS Configuration with AMS Device
Manager and the Field Communicator
• ERS Module Assignments
• ERS Scaled Variable
• Bench Testing the ERS System
• ERS Zero Trims and Calibration
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Troubleshooting and maintenance
• Troubleshooting and Reading Tank
Graphs using RCT Software
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CEUS: .7
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation and
maintenance of the Rosemount Smart
Flowmeter System.
Overview
This 1-day course uses lectures and labs
to teach the student how to install and
maintain the Rosemount Model 3095FT
Flow Transmitter.The student will also
learn the operation and interface capabilities of the Rosemount Model 3095FT
User Interface Software. Students who
complete this will:
• explain EFM devices
• identify 3095FT parts/explain functionality
• explain the principles of operation of
the multivariable sensor module
• properly install the Model 3095FT
Smart Flow Transmitter
• configure and calibrate the Model
3095FT with the 3095FT User Interface
Software
• identify transmitter flow calculation
methods and identify audit trail data logs
• troubleshoot and maintain the
Rosemount 3095FT Flow Transmitter
CEU:. 7
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration, and maintenance
of the Rosemount Model 3095 Modbus
Transmitters.
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to teach the student how to install,
configure, calibrate, and maintain the
Rosemount Model 3095 Modbus Transmitters.
The student will also learn the operation and interface capabilities of the
Rosemount Configurator User Interface
Software. Students who complete this
course will be able to:
• explain the principles of operation of
the transmitter
• configure and test using the Rosemount Configurator User Interface
software
• properly install, calibrate and troubleshoot the transmitters
• properly configure the transmitters
Modbus parameters
Prerequisites
Basic computer skills and knowledge of
flow fundamentals
Knowledge of basic pressure, temperature, and flow instrumentation. Basic
Modbus knowledge helpful.
Topics:
Topics:
Prerequisites
• Electronic Flow Measurement Applications
• 3095FT Flow Transmitter Overview
• Multivariable Sensor Module and
Electronics Module
• Flow Calculation and Data Logging
• Test Equipment Selection
• Configuring and Calibrating with the
3095FT User Interface Software
• Remote Power Supply
• Installation of 3095FT Flow Transmitters
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
and Troubleshooting.
• 3051SMV Multivariable DP Flow
Transmitter Installation, Configuration, Calibration and Troubleshooting.
• Overview and Principles of Operation
• Flow Fundamentals
• Bench Testing the Modbus Transmitter
• Rosemount Configurator User
Interface Operation
• Sensor Trims
• Installation and Start-Up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Modbus Communication, Configuration, and Integration
5600 Series Fieldbus Radar Level
Transmitter
5600 Series HART Radar Level
Transmitter
Course 2334F
Course 2334H CEUS: .7
CEUs: .7
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance
of the Rosemount Model 5600 Series
Fieldbus Radar Level Transmitter.
This course is designed for those individuals responsible for the installation, configuration, calibration and maintenance
of the Rosemount Model 5600 Series
HART Radar Level Transmitter.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs to
maximize the hands on experience and
teach the student how to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain the
Rosemount Model 5600 Series Fieldbus
Radar Level Transmitters. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
• explain the principles of operation of
the 5600 Radar
• identify 5600 Radar parts and explain
their functionality
• design and build a Fieldbus segment
• properly install and wire the 5600
Radar
• configure and test the 5600 Radar
• understand how to setup the 5600
Radar to work in different applications
• properly troubleshoot the 5600 Radar
Transmitter using Radar Master software
This 1-day course uses lecture and labs
to maximize the hands on experience
and teach the student how to install,
configure, troubleshoot and maintain
the Rosemount Model 5600 Series HART
Radar Level Transmitters. Students who
complete this course will be able to:
• explain the principles of operation of
the 5600 Radar
• identify 5600 Radar parts and explain
their functionality
• properly install and wire the 5600
Radar
• configure and test the 5600 Radar
• understand how to setup the 5600
Radar to work in different applications
• properly troubleshoot the 5600 Radar
Transmitter using Radar Master software
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals
and instrumentation.
Knowledge of basic level fundamentals
and instrumentation.
Topics:
Topics:
• 5600 Overview and Principles of
Operation
• Installation of the 5600 Radar
• Fieldbus Overview
• Fieldbus Wiring & Segment Design
• Fieldbus Function Blocks
• Wire, Configure, and Test the 5600
Radar
• 2210 LOI / Display Operation
• 375 Communicator Operation
• Radar Master Software Operation
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling using Radar Master
Software
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Measurement Instrumentation
• 5600 Overview and Principles of Operation
• Installation of the 5600 Radar
• Wiring the 5600 Radar
• Configuration of the 5600 Radar
• Bench Testing the 5600 Radar
• 2210 LOI / Display Operation
• Field Communicator Operation
• AMS Device Manager Operation
• Radar Master Software Operation
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Tank & Application Troubleshooting
and Echo Handling using Radar Master
Software
Educational Services
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Analytical Instrumentation: Liquid
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Rosemount Analytical offers the most complete range of analyzers, transmitters, and sensors for continuous online
measurement of pH, ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, ozone, chlorine, and turbidity. These products are used
in the chemical, food and beverage, power, mineral, petroleum, pharmaceutical, water and waste-water industries,
and others.
General pH, Conductivity,
And ORP Theory
Amperometric Measurement
Theory: Chlorine, Dissolved
Oxygen & Ozone
Rosemount Analytical Wireless
instrumentation Model 6081P and
6081C
Course 2200 CEUs: .7
Course 2201 CEUs:.7
Course 2203/2203V
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course provides a solid theoretical background in pH, conductivity,
and ORP measurements. Students will:
• Understand how much measurement
is made
• Recognize installation/application
problems
• Learn configuration/calibrate
procedures
• How to implement a maintenance
program
• Troubleshooting problems using
diagnostics
This 1-day course provides insight into
the complicated amperemetric measurements of Chlorine, Dissolved Oxygen and Ozone. Students will learn the
concepts of how amperemetric sensor
work and how to calibrate each type of
measurement, Student will:
• Differentiate the various species of
chlorine
• Implement a proper maintenance
program
• Use diagnostics to troubleshoot
problems
This 2-hour class covers features, benefits and operation of Rosemount Analytical’s Model 6081 wireless device. The
Model 6081P measures pH and ORP and
SMART sensor enable. The Model 6081C
measures Contacting Conductivity with
sensors that have either 2-wire or 4-wire
inputs. Each device communicates back
to a 1420 Gateway via Wireless HART
communication.
This class is free when performed in conjunction with course 2200 “General pH,
Conductivity, and ORP theory”.
Topics:
Topics:
Topics:
• What is pH/Conductivity/ORP
• How pH/Conductivity /
ORP Measurements are Made
• Physical Process Properties and How
The Effect On-Line Measurements
• Proper Calibration Techniques
• Cleaning and Maintenance of a Sensor
• How to Decipher Diagnostics
Readouts
• pH/Conductivity Sensor Overview
• pH/Conductivity/ORP Analyzer
Overview
• Amperometric Measurement Theory
• Chlorine/Dissolved Oxygen/Ozone
• Calibration Produces for Each Meas.
• Maintenance & Troubleshooting Tips
• Connecting the Model 6081 to a Wire
less Mesh Network
• Configuring Update Rates
• Mesh Network Theory
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
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CEUs: .2
Rosemount Analytical Four-Wire
Costumer Specific Measurement
Instrumentation Models 54e, 1055, Theory
1056, or 1057
Rosemount Analytical Two-Wire
Instrumentation Models Xmt and
5081 Transmitters
Course 2204/2204V CEUs: .2
Course 2205/2205V CEUs: .7
Course 2202/2202V CEUs: .2
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2-Hour class covers features, benefits and operation of any Rosemount Analytical’s Model 54e, 1055, 1056, 1057.
Each analyzer family can measure pH,
ORP, Contacting Conductivity, Toroidal
Conductivity, Chlorine, Dissovled Oxygen, and Ozone. The Model 1056 can
also measure Turbidity in drinking water,
flow from a pulse sensor and display any
4 to 20mA signal input. Each instrument
has its own available features, and menu
tree which will be covered in great detail.
This class is free when performed in
conjunction with either courses 2200
“General pH, Conductivity, and ORP
theory” , course 2201 “Amperometric
Measurement theory: Chlorine, Dissolved Oxygen, & Ozone”, or course
2205 “Costumer Specific Measurement
theory”
For costumer who wants to customize
their training to the measurements
they use, choose this course. A certified training will cover up to 4 subjects
in one day. The 4 subjects may be measurement or product related. The list
of measurements that can be bundle
into a tailored made training course
are pH, ORP, Contacting Conducting,
Torodial Conductivity, Ozone. Each
measurement has its own duration
that can be modified to fit the costumer’s time free and needs. Select an
analyzer (course 2204) or transmitter
(course 2204) to accompany the measurement theories for a well rounded
class.
Topics:
• Installation and Application Problems
• Configuration of Outputs/Alarms
( If Applicable )
• Programming of Automated Cleaning
Systems ( DO, pH )
• Use Diagnostics Feature
( If Applicable )
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
Topic:
• Installation and Application
Problems
• Configuration of Outputs / Alarms
(If applicable)
• Use Diagnostic Features
(If applicable)
• Sensor Calibration & Maintenance
• Troubleshooting
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Analytical Instrumentation: Liquid
This 2-hour class cover features, benefits
and operation if any Rosemount Analytical’s Model 5081 or Model Xmt two
wire transmitters. Each Transmitters
family can measure ph, ORP, Contacting,
Dissolved Oxygen, and Ozone. Both
Transmitters have advanced diagnostics
capabilities and can communicate via
HART or Foundation Fieldbus communication protocols. This class is free when
performed in conjunction with either
course 2200 “General pH, Conductivity,
ORP theory” , Course 2201 “Amperometric Measurement Theory“.
Topics:
• Installation and Application Problems
• Configuration of Outputs (HART only)
• Use Diagnostic Features (if Applicable)
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
Educational Services
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Analytical Instrumentation: Gas Analyzers
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
951C Chemiluminescence Analyzer NGA 2000 Process Gas Analyzers
MLT Process Gas Analyzers
Course 2102 Course 2107
Course 2110
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course uses lectures and
hands on service training to instruct the
student on how to install and maintain
the Rosemount Analytical Model 951C
Chemiluminescence Analyzer. Students
will:
• identify subassemblies and explain
their functionality
• explain the principles of operation
• calibrate and test
• properly install and troubleshoot
This 5-day course consists of 1-day per
selected analyzer:
• NGA Platform
• NGA CLD
• NGA WCLD
• NGA FID
• NGA HFID
Lectures and hands-on service training
are are provided on how to install, maintain, and troubleshoot the NGA series of
analyzers. Students who complete this
course will:
• identify individual modules and their
functionality
• understand the basic theory of operation of each module
• set up software variables for proper
calibration and operation
• understand and properly use software diagnostics
This 3-day course uses lectures and hands
on service training on the relationship of
MLT analyzers, platforms and other menu
structures. The course will instruct the
student on how to install, maintain and
troubleshoot the MLT series of analyzers.
Application and selection will be briefly
covered including the hazardous area
requirements.Students will:
• identify modules and their functionality
• understand the basic theory of operation
• set up software variables for proper
calibration and operation
• understand use software diagnostics
to troubleshoot problems
Topics:
• 951C Overview and Principles of
Operation
• Test Equipment Selection
• Bench Testing the 951C
• Calibrating the 951C
Chemiluminescence Analyzer
• Installation and Start-Up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Topics:
Topics:
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•
•
Overview of MLT
Theory of Operation
Installation
Configuration and Calibration
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
• NGA Overview
• NGA as a System
• NGA Testing
• NGA Start-Up and Installation
400A Hydrocarbon Analyzer
Continuous Emissions Monitoring
BINOS OXYNOS HYDROS Analyzers Systems (CEMS)
Course 2103 Course 2113
Course 2157
Overview
Overview
This course is for instrument technicians
responsible for the maintenance of continuous emissions monitoring systems.
This 1-day course uses lectures and
hands on service training to instruct the
student on how to install and maintain
the Rosemount Analytical Model 400A
Hydrocarbon Analyzer. Students will:
• identify subassemblies and explain
their functionality
• explain the principles of operation
• calibrate and test
• properly install and troubleshoot
Topics:
• 400A Overview and Principles of
Operation
• Test Equipment Selection
• Bench Testing the 400A
• Calibrating the 400A Hydrocarbon
Analyzer
• Installation and Start-up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
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This 3-day course familiarizes the student with the non-dispersive infrared,
electrochemical oxygen, paramagnetic
oxygen and thermal conductivity measurement techniques used in the BINOS,
OXYNOS and HYDROS gas analyzers.
Maintenance and troubleshooting are
covered in detail. Typical applications
and start-up procedures are discussed
as well.
Topics:
•
•
•
•
•
Objectives
Theory
Installation
Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Overview
This 3-day course covers basic fundamentals and the theory of operation, installation,
calibration and maintenance of continuous emissions monitoring systems.
Topics:
•
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•
Environmental Requirement
Process Applications
Theory of Operation
Sample System Instrument
- Installation and Troubleshooting
- Hardware and Maintenance
Oxygen Flue Gas Analyzer Maintenance including Oxymitter and
World Class 3000
OPM 3000 and 4000 Opacity Moni- Online Safety Training for Process
tor Maintenance
Gas Analyzers
Course 2153
Course 2169
Course 2171
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course covers the service
requirements for oxygen analyzers in
general and the installation, operation,
calibration and maintenance of the
World Class and Oxymitter.
This 2-day course is a combination of
labs and lectures combined with the
theory and operation of the Opacity
Monitor. Product application will be reviewed. Correct selection of equipment,
installation, and start up are critical and
will be covered in detail. Operational diagnostics and maintenance are explored
with the goal of allowing the student
to recognize and correct any issues
promptly. EPA certification and quarterly
audits will be discussed, but in depth
planning will be site specific.
This fully customized 5-day course provides students with a strong understanding of gas analyzer best practices as they
relate to the safe operation and maintenance of the specific model(s) of Rosemount Analytical gas analyzers found in
their plants, including the NGA2000, MLT,
Binos, CLD, X-STREAM, and X-STREAM XE.
The instructor focuses on the specific analyzers that are applicable to the students’
specific needs. This course emphasizes
safe handling of Rosemount Analytical
analyzers. All necessary equipment and
important handouts will be provided.
Topics:
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•
Combustion Requirements
Methods of Oxygen Analysis
Typical Uses of Oxygen Analysis
Combustion Efficiency
Zirconia (ZrO2) Oxygen Analysis
Theory of Operation
Oxygen Analyzer
- Installation
- Hardware
- Maintenance
- Troubleshooting
- Hart Communications
CCO 5500 CO Analyzer
Maintenance
Course 2168
Overview
This 2-day course covers the theory, application and operation of the CCO5500.
Infrared absorption spectroscopy is
defined and explained as a measurement
technique. Focusing on applications, the
instrument is reviewed and the students
are taught to install and maintain the
analyzer. Students will:
• understand the basic theory of operation
• learn to install and start up the
analyzer including calibration
• use the software diagnostics to troubleshoot problems
Topics:
•
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•
•
Overview of the Opacity Monitor
Theory of Operation
Installation and Start Up
Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Audit and Reporting Requirement
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Analytical Instrumentation: Gas Analyzers
Topics:
• Analyzer Overview, Including Hardware
and Construction
• Software Functionality
• Physical Principals of IR and UV
Photometric Measurements and
Oxygen Paramagnetric Measurements
• Overview of the Electronics
• Replacement of Physical Components
• Testing and Troubleshooting
• Spare Parts
• Mechanical Assembly/Disassembly
• Sample Handling System – Method,
Theory, and Troubleshooting
• Site-specific Applications
• Theory of Operation
• Installation and Start Up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Audit and Reporting Requirements
Topics:
• Overview of the CCO 5500, Carbon
Monoxide Analyzer
• Theory of Operation, Appropriate
Applications
• Installation, Configuration and
Calibration
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Educational Services
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Analytical Instrumentation: Gas Chromatographs
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Introduction to Model 500 and 700
Gas Chromatographs
Operation and Maintenance of
Model 500 Gas Chromatographs
Advanced Process Gas
Chromatographs 700XA
Course R4100
Course R4210
Course R4311
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 3-day course gives students a basic
understanding of how a gas chromatograph works in process applications.
This course will emphasize chromatograph fundamentals and basic theory.
All necessary equipment and important
handouts will be provided.
Prerequisites
Topics:
• Chromatography Principles
• Chemistry, Flow Configuration, and
Carrier Calibration Gas Systems
• Sample Systems
• Basic Analyzer Hardware
• Timed Events, Retention Times, and
Response Factors
• Data Calculations and Control Parameters
• Reading Chromatograms
• Identifying Gas Components
• Calibrating a Gas Analyzer
• Basic Software Operation
This 5-day course is appropriate for
those who have either worked with a
chromatograph for at least six months
or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs’ course. It prepares
participants to operate and repair a
model 500 gas chromatograph.
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge.
Topics:
• Hands-on Learning That Explains the
Chromatograph, How it Operates, and
What it Does to Analyze Natural Gas
• Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems
• Chromatograph Hardware
• Installation and Operation of
MON2000 Software
• Identifying Problems, Setting Timed
Events, Preparing Samples, and
Implementing Preventive
Maintenance Procedures
• Troubleshooting
• Spare Parts and Service Tools
This 4-day course equips students with
a full understanding of many advanced
techniques used in process gas chromatography. An experienced instructor
and focused material enable students to
troubleshoot a variety of field issues.
Prerequisites
‘Operation and Maintenance of Gas
Chromatographs’ course
Topics:
• Setting Valve Timing
• Hardware Troubleshooting
• Mixture Adjustments for FID/FPD
• Proper Setting of Timed Events
• 700XA Hardware
• Liquid Sample Injection
• Review of Sample System Techniques
• Calibration and Accuracy Checks
• Recovery of GC After Analysis Interruption
• GC Startup and Overhaul
• Basic Software Operation
Introduction to 700XA and 1500XA Operation and Maintenance of
Gas Chromatographs
Model 700 Gas Chromatographs
Advanced Process GC 700XA
Course R4105
Course R4212
Course R4315
Overview
Overview
Overview
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Topics:
Topics:
This 3-day course gives students a basic
understanding of how a 700XA and
1500XA gas chromatograph works in
process applications. This course will
emphasize chromatograph fundamentals and basic theory. All necessary
equipment and important handouts will
be provided.
Topics:
• Chromatography Principles
• Chemistry, Flow Configuration, and
Carrier Calibration Gas Systems
• Sample Systems
• Basic Analyzer Hardware
• Timed Events, Retention Times, and
Response Factors
• Data Calculations and Control Parameters
• Reading Chromatograms
• Identifying Gas Components
• Calibrating a Gas Analyzer
• Basic Software Operation
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This 5-day course is appropriate for
those who have either worked with a
chromatograph for at least six months
or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs’ course. It prepares
participants to operate and repair a
model 700 gas chromatograph.
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge.
• Hands-on Learning That Explains the
Chromatograph, How it Operates, and
What it Does to Analyze Natural Gas
• Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems
• Chromatograph Hardware
• Installation and Operation of
MON2000 Software
• Identifying Problems, Setting Timed
Events, Preparing Samples, and
Implementing Preventive
Maintenance Procedures
• Troubleshooting
• Spare Parts and Service Tools
This 5-day course equips students with
a full understanding of many advanced
techniques used in process Gas Chromatography. An experienced instructor
and focused material enable students to
troubleshoot a variety of field issues.
‘Operation and Maintenance of Gas
Chromatographs’ course.
• Setting Valve Timing
•Hardware Troubleshooting
•Mixture Adjustments for FID
•Mixture Adjustments for FPD
•Proper Setting Timed
•Overview of Model 1500XA
•Liquid Sample System Techniques
•Calibration and Accuracy Checks
•Recovery of GC After Analysis Interruption
•GC Start-up After Overhaul
Operation and Maintenance of the
700XA Gas Chromatographs
Operation and Maintenance of the
1500XA Gas Chromatographs
Advanced 1500XA Gas
Chromatographs
Course R4213
Course R4214
Course R4316
Overview
Overview
This 5-day course is appropriate for
those who have either worked with a
chromatograph for at least six months
or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs’ course. It prepares
participants to operate and repair a
1500XA gas chromatograph.
Overview
This 5-day course is appropriate for
those who have either worked with a
chromatograph for at least six months
or completed the ‘Introduction to Gas
Chromatographs’ course. It prepares
participants to operate and repair a
700XA gas chromatograph.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge.
‘Introduction to Gas Chromatographs’
course or equivalent knowledge.
Topics:
Topics:
•Understanding Gas Chromotography
and a Gas Chromotograph
•Using the Basic Chromotograph System in Process Gas Analysis
•Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems
•Understanding Carrier and Calibration
Gas Systems
•Installing and Operating MON Software
•Applying Chromotograph Integration
Technicques and Post-Analysis Calculations
•Using the chromotograph to Indetify
Problems
•Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times and Response Factors
•Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph
•Understanding Sample Handling
Systems
•Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas
Chromatograph
•Conducting Preventative Maintenance
•Communicating to Other Devices
•Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
•Understanding Gas Chromotography
and a Gas Chromotograph
•Using the Basic Chromotograph System in Process Gas Analysis
•Carrier and Calibration Gas Systems
•Understanding Carrier and Calibration
Gas Systems
•Installing and Operating MON Software
•Applying Chromotograph Integration
Technicques and Post-Analysis Calculations
•Using the chromotograph to Indetify
Problems
•Setting Timed Events, Retention
Times and Response Factors
•Starting Up a Gas Chromatograph
•Understanding Sample Handling
Systems
•Verifying Proper Operation of the Gas
Chromatograph
•Conducting Preventative Maintenance
•Communicating to Other Devices
•Reviewing Spare Parts Recommendations
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Analytical Instrumentation: Gas Chromatographs
This 5-day course equips students with
a full understanding of many advanced
techniques used in process Gas Chromatography. An experienced instructor
and focused material enable students to
troubleshoot a variety of field issues.
Prerequisites
‘Operation and Maintenance of Gas
Chromatographs’ course.
Topics:
• Setting Valve Timing
•Hardware Troubleshooting
•Mixture Adjustments for FID/FPD
•Setting Timed Events
•Proper Setting Timed
•Reviewing Liquid Sample Injection
•Reviewing Sample System Techniques
•Performing Calibration and Accuracy
Checks
•Recovering GC After Analysis Interruption
•Starting Up and Overhauling the GC
Educational Services
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Analytical Instrumentation: Gas Chromatographs
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Online Safety Training for Process
Gas Analyzers
CCO 5500 CO Analyzer
Maintenance
Course 2171
Course 2168
Overview
Overview
This fully customized 5-day course provides students with a strong understanding of gas analyzer best practices as they
relate to the safe operation and maintenance of the specific model(s) of Rosemount Analytical gas analyzers found in
their plants, including the NGA2000, MLT,
Binos, CLD, X-STREAM, and X-STREAM XE.
The instructor focuses on the specific analyzers that are applicable to the students’
specific needs. This course emphasizes
safe handling of Rosemount Analytical
analyzers. All necessary equipment and
important handouts will be provided.
This 2-day course covers the theory, application and operation of the CCO5500.
Infrared absorption spectroscopy is
defined and explained as a measurement
technique. Focusing on applications, the
instrument is reviewed and the students
are taught to install and maintain the
analyzer. Students will:
• understand the basic theory of operation
• learn to install and start up the
analyzer including calibration
• use the software diagnostics to troubleshoot problems
Topics:
• Overview of the CCO 5500, Carbon
Monoxide Analyzer
• Theory of Operation, Appropriate
Applications
• Installation, Configuration and
Calibration
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Analyzer Overview, Including Hardware
and Construction
• Software Functionality
• Physical Principals of IR and UV
Photometric Measurements and
Oxygen Paramagnetric Measurements
• Overview of the Electronics
• Replacement of Physical Components
• Testing and Troubleshooting
• Spare Parts
• Mechanical Assembly/Disassembly
• Sample Handling System – Method,
Theory, and Troubleshooting
• Site-specific Applications
• Theory of Operation
• Installation and Start Up
• Troubleshooting and Maintenance
• Audit and Reporting Requirements
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Educational Services
Topics:
Tank Gauging
Tank Gauging Operation Course
Tank Master Training
Tank Gauging Product Training
This 5-day training course targets
operations and operation engineers
who are responsible for monitoring and
handling products in tanks.
Tank Master is a 3-Day course covering
the Maintenance and inventory management software that communicates to
the tank Gauging sytstem. Tank Master
is certified by OIML for inventory calculation as per API standards. This course
helps the user to fully understand the
Tank Master software and all its functionalities. It is suitable for individuals
that are responsible for administrating
and maintaining the tank Master
software.
This 5-day course covers the products
range supplied by Rosemount tank
Gauging. This course is suitable for
project and maintenance engineers,
and persons that are responsible for
maintaining the tank gauging system
at site.
Overview
The course is designed to train operator
on working with Rosemount Tank
Gauging systems. The goal is develop
good understanding on working with
Tank Master WinOpi software and
demonstrate best practices in dealing
with ITG systems.
Training courses are based on classroom
instructions backed up with laboratory
work to deliver the trainees with a well
balanced knowledge in an integrated
manner.
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge about level
measurements in Tanks.
Topics
• WinOpi Tools
• Manual Gauging
• Verifying RTG accuracy
• Inventory Calculation
• Batch monitoring
Overview
The course goal is to provide comprehensive knowledge about tank Master
Software and its capabilities. It starts
by demonstrating the different tools
in Tank master and how they can be
utilized, and then it continues to
demonstrate that advanced capabilities
of Tank Master when it comes to
connecting to devices and host systems.
The course also demonstrates troubleshooting and problem solving techniques in Tank Master.
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
The Rosemount Tank Gauging System is world leading in tank management, based on the reliable and
maintenance-free radar level gauges.
Overview
This provides good coverage for
Tank Gauging products supplied by
Rosemount. It gives a general understanding on how to install, startup,
commission and maintain a tank
gauging system. It also helps the
trainee to understands how he can
optimize and maximise the benefits
of using Rosemount Tank Gauging
systems.
Training courses are based on classroom instructions backed up with
laboratory work to deliver the trainees
with a well balanced knowledge in an
integrated manner.
Prerequisites
Training courses are based on classroom • Instrumentation background and basic
instructions backed up with laboratory
understanding of level measurement
work to deliver the trainees with a well
techniques in tanks
balanced knowledge in an integrated
• Radar Technology Basics
manner.
• Installation of 3900 series/
5900 Series
Prerequisites
• REX/ Raptor hardware and software
Product training, or fair knowledge
• FCU/ FBM functionality
in Tank Gauging systems supplied by
• MTT/ GFD functionality (Raptor)
Rosemount.
• Tanks Master WINOpi & Winsetup
• Redundancy
Topics
• Lab works (installation,
• Inventory Calculation
configuration, operation and trouble
• WinOpi tools
shooting)
• Host Communication
• Driver and Communication
Note: Customer to specify whether
• Custom Views
they want REX Tank gauging training or
• Redundancy
RAPTOR tank Gauging training
• Tankmaster.net
• Hybrid/ HTG
• Trouble Shooting
Educational Services
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Tank Gauging
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Wireless Tank Gauging Training
Onsite/Offsite Customized Tank
Gauging Training
The wireless tank gauging training
is a 3-day training focusing on the
Rosemount Smart Wireless Gateways,
the Wireless THUM adapter as well as
Tank master, AMS and AMS Snap-on.
Rosemount Tank Gauging Middle East
can provide a variety of onsite and offsite
courses according to meet customer
needs.
Overview
Customized courses are normally
designed to fit the products available
at customer site. The instructor takes
a backup from the existing setup at site
and designs the training material around
it. The material to be covered in the
training is customized according
to customer requirement and the
background of the trainees. Possible
trainings are:
The course goal is to help users in
designing and configuring a wireless
tank gauging system.
Training courses are based on classroom
instructions backed up with laboratory
work to deliver the trainees with a well
balanced knowledge in an integrated
manner.
Prerequisites
Attended Product training, or has fair
knowledge in Tank Gauging systems
supplies by Rosemount.
Overview
1 – ITG maintenance course
2 - ITG operation course
3 – Wireless Course
4 – Tank Master Course
Topics
Prerequisites
• The THUM adapter
• The Gateway
• Configuration in Tank Master
• AMS with wireless RTG
Basic knowledge about level
measurement in tanks.
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Educational Services
Daniel Flow Measurement
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
The Daniel name is synonymous with high quality, reliable, flow measurement products and systems in the
oil and gas industry, also provides unparalleled service support and commitment to serving our customers.
Operation and Maintenance of Gas/
Liquid Ultrasonic Meters
Course: D4230/D4280
Overview
This 2-day course prepares students to
install, operate, and maintain Daniel
mutipath ultrasonic flow meters. In
addition to classroom instruction, the
training course includes hands-on
experience using the flow meter,
simulator and diagnostic software.
Topics
• Basics of Sound Waves
• How Ultrasonic Flow Meters Work
and their Advantages over other
Meters
• The Performance Characteristics of
Transit Time Ultrasonic Flow meters
• System Components and Mark III
Electronics, including the Central
Processing Unit (CPU) Board and
the Option Board
• Meter Mechanics
• Removal and installation of
Transducer Assemblies
• Volumetric and Mass Ultrasonic Gas
Flow Measurement
• Meter Installation Considerations
• Inform the instructor if working
on Liquid Meter
Educational Services
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Flow and Density Measurement Technologies
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Emerson’s best-in-class Micro Motion and Rosemount flow and density measurement technologies, wide breadth
of products, and unmatched value ensure you will realize outstanding results in your process and operation.
Micro Motion Comprehensive
Product Training - Field
Micro Motion Series 1000 and 2000
Micro Motion Coriolis Short Course
Course : 2380 CEUs: 1.4
Course : 2358 CEUs:. 7
Course : 2339C NEW CEU: .4
This class is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion flow and density meter. Typical job
functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course covers the installation,
configuration, and calibration of Micro
Motion sensors with the Series 1000/2000
transmitters and peripherals. This course
includes hands-on exercises.
Overview
• Principles of Operation
• Installation Recommendations
• Transmitter Configuration
• Sensor Calibration
• Troubleshooting
This class is intended as a refresher course
for anyone that is involved with properly
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion flow and density meter. Typical job
functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers. This class is also
intended to be taught as two, ½ day repeat
sessions to accommodate customers
who need to train their entire department
but must also maintain the operation of
their plant by scheduling their employees
between an AM/PM training sessions.
This 2-day field class covers the same
materials that are covered in the 2352
course held at Micro Motion headquarters, in Boulder, Colorado. It is a blend
of lectures and hands-on exercises that
cover the installation, configuration and
calibration of the Micro Motion metering
system. Students will learn the Series
1000/2000/3000 transmitters using these
configuration tools; Prolink III, HC475, AMS
or Display Interface. Students will perform
a master reset and use Prolink III to configure the Series 1000/2000/3000, perform
a flow calibration check and learn how
to diagnose and solve troubleshooting
problems. When the class is taught at a
customer site the class can be customized
to cover RFT9739/9739MVD transmitter
with F-Series, T Series or R Series Sensors.
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow
measurement, electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
• Explain the Fundamentals for how a
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter Works and the
Function of the Key Components
• Learn the Installation Best Practices
for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the
Sensor and Transmitter
• Configure the Metering System to Measure Flow, Density and Temperature for
Various Applications
• Learn a Step by Step Process to Perform
Basic Troubleshooting of the Most Common Meter and Process Issues
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Topics
Prerequisites
Some prior experience working with
Micro Motion Coriolis meters is recommended. Students with no past experience can benefit if their learning objectives are to get a basic intro to operation,
installation, configuration and troubleshooting. For all attendees, it is assumed
they have a basic understanding of the
fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog and frequency signal
processing.
Topics
• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for
How a Micro Motion Coriolis Meter
Works and the Function of the Key
Components
• Have a basic understanding of the
Installation Best Practices for Orienting,
Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and
Transmitter
• Perform a Basic Configuration of the
Metering System to Measure Flow,
Density and Temperature for Various
Applications
• Diagnose and Know how to Correct
the Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
Wireless - Micro Motion Coriolis and
Rosemount Smart Magnetic and
Vortex Flowmeters
8700 Series Smart magnetic
Flowmeter with HC475
8700 Series Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter with AMS Device
Manager
Course : 2383 CEUs: .7
Course 2340 CEUs: 7
Course 2340A CEUs: .7
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with installing, wiring, configuring
and troubleshooting a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700 Magnetic & 8800 Vortex flowmeters with a 775 Wireless THUM.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenence technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend
of lectures and hands-on exercises
that cover a basic overview of wireless
capabilities with a Micro Motion Coriolis,
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic and
8800 Series Vortex meters. Based on
customer need, the class can be taught
for each individual products. The course
provides a step by step process for the
following: how to install and wire a 775
Smart Wireless THUM to each transmitter, how to
configure the THUM, how to configure
the 1420 Wireless Gateway to the THUM
using AMS Device Manager , and how
to add and view the Micro Motion and
Rosemount transmitters to the gateway.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course consits of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain the
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter Systems composed of the Model
8712 and 8732 Transmitters and the 8705
Flanged and 8711 Wafer Sensors. The
students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local Operator Interface and
HC475 Field Communicator and how to
use these tools to perform configuration.
Common issues encountered and troubleshooting techniques will also be covered.
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain the
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic Flowmeter Systems composed of the Model
8712 and 8732 Transmitters and the 8705
Flanged and 8711 Wafer Sensors. The
students will learn the operation and capabilities of the Local Operator interface and
AMS Device Manager and how to use these
tools to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Flow and Density Measurement Technologies
Knowledge of basic flow fundamentals and None required. However, basic underinstrumentation.
standing of the fundamentals of flow
measurement, electricity, analog and
Topics
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Prerequisites
• Magnetic Flowmeter System
General understanding of the HART
• Smart vs Analog Transmitters
Topics
protocol and operation and configuration
• Flow Tube Selection
• Magnetic Flowmeter System
of a Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount
• Configuring Using LOI, Field
• Smart vs. Analog Transmitters
8700 Magnetic and 8800 Vortex meters is
Communicator or AMS Device Manager • Flow Tube Selection
assumed.
• Local Operator Interface Functions
• Configuring Using LOI and
• Positive Zero Return
AMS Device Manager
• Auxiliary Functions and Special Units
• Local Operator Interface Functions
Topics
• Signal Conditioning
• Positive Zero Return
• Explain the Fundamentals for how a
• System Troubleshooting
• Auxiliary Functions and Special Units
Micro Motion Coriolis, Rosemount 8700
and Maintenance
• Signal Conditioning
Series Magnetic & 8800 Series Vortex
• Bench Testing/ Digital Trims
• System Troubleshooting
Flowmeters Work with a 1420 Wireless
• Process Noise and Grounding
and Maintenance
Gateway and 775 Smart THUM Adapter
Diagnostics
• Bench Testing/ Digital Trims
• Install and Wire a 775 Smart THUM to
• Process Noise and Grounding
Micro Motion and Rosemount Transmitters • Meter Verification Diagnostics
Diagnostics
• Connect to and Configure the Micro Mo• Meter Verifications Diagnostics
tion and Rosemount Transmitters to work
with a 1420 Wireless Gateway
• Configure a 775 Smart THUM and the
Transmitters to Communicate on the
Gateway using AMS Device Manager
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Flow and Density Measurement Technologies
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
8800 Series Smart Vortex
Flowmeter with HC475
8800 Series Smart Vortex
Flowmeter with AMS Device
Manager
Micro Motion Coriolis and
Rosemount Smart 8700 Magnetic
Flowmeters
Course 2341 CEUs: .7
Course 2341A CEUs: .7
Course: 2384 CEUs: .7
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
This combined class is intended anyone
that is involved with properly configuring
and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow
and density meter and Rosemount 8700
Smart Magnetic Flowmeters. Typical job
functions include; maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain
the Rosemount 800 Series Smart Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will
learn the operation and capabilities of
the Local Operator Interface and HC475
Field Communicator and how to use these
tools to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain
the Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will learn
the operation and capabilities of the Local
Operator &AMS Device Manager and how
to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and
troubleshooting techniques will also be
covered.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow
measurement, electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing are assumed.
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow
measurement, electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
Topics
• Explain the Differences and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters
• Explain the von Karman Effect and the
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters.
• Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
• Configure and Test Transmitters using
Field Communicator of AMS Device
manager
• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
• Explain the Differences and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters
• Explain the von Karman Effect and
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters
• Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
• Configure and Test Transmitters using
Field Communicator of AMS Device
manager
• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
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This 1-day field class provides hands-on
training on both the Coriolis and Magnetic
Flowmeters. Typically 2/3 of the course
time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis
meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8700
Magnetic Flowmeter. Theory of operation,
meter components and installation of
each flowmeter are covered. The focus of
the class is to provide a hands-on experience configuring and troubleshooting
best practices. Students will learn the Micro Motion Series 1000/2000 transmitters
using one of these configuration tools;
Prolink III, HC475, AMS Device Manager
or Series 3000 display interface devices.
Public field classes typically use Prolink III
for configuring the Micro Motion transmitters and the HC475 will be used for the
Rosemount 8700 Magnetic flowmeter.
Customers can choose which configuration device is used for classes held at their
site.
Prerequisites
Some prior experience working with
Micro Motion Coriolis & Rosemount 8700
Magnetic flowmeters is recommended.
However students with no past experience
can also benefit. A basic understanding of
the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog and frequency signal
processing
Topics
After attending the course the student will
be able to do the following for both Micro
Motion’s Coriolis and Rosemount 8700
Magnetic flowmeters:
• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How
Each Flowmeter Works and the Function
of the Key Components
• Basic Understanding of the Installation
Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting
and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter
• Perform a Basic Configuration of the
Metering System for Various Applications
• Diagnose and Know How to Correct the
Most Common Meter and Process Issues
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Flow and Density Measurement Technologies
Micro Motion Sensors and RFT9739 Micro Motion Coriolis and Rosemount
or 9739MVD Transmitter
Smart 8800 Vortex Flowmeters
Course 2351 CEUs: 7
Course : 2387 CEUs: .7
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring,
configuring and troubleshooting a Micro
Motion Coriolis flow and density meter.
Typical job functions include; maintenance
technicians, instrument technicians and
instrumentation engineers.
This combined class is intended anyone
that is involved with properly configuring
and troubleshooting a Micro Motion flow
and density meter and Rosemount 8800
Smart Vortex Flowmeters. Typical job functions include; maintenance technicians,
instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hand-on exercises that cover
the installation, configuration, calibration
checks and troubleshooting of Micro Motion ELITE, F-Series and D sensors with the
RFT9739 or 9739MVD transmitters and
peripherals. This course includes hands-on
exercises. Courses held at customer specified sites can be customized to address
specific transmitters and configuration
tools. Public registration classes cover a
broader range of equipment based on the
needs of the attendees.
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of the behavior/properties of gases and gas density
measurement are helpful. Basic electricity,
analog & frequency signal processing
knowledge are also assumed.
Topics
After attending this course the student will
able able to do the following:
• Explain the Fundamentals for how a
Micro Motion Coriolis Meter works
and the Function of the Key
Components
• Learn the Installation Best Practices
for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring
the Sensor and Transmitter
• Configure the RFT9739 or 9739MVD
to Measure Flow, Density and
temperature for their Application
• Learn a Step by Step Process to
Perform Basic Troubleshooting of the
Most Common Meter and Process
Issues
This1-day field class provides hands-on
training on both the Coriolis and Vortex
Flowmeters. Typically 2/3 of the course
time is spent on Micro Motion’s Coriolis
meter and 1/3 on Rosemount’s 8800
Vortex Flowmeter. Theory of operation,
meter components and installation of each
flowmeter are covered. The focus of the
class is to provide a hands-on experience
configuring and troubleshooting best practices. Students will learn the Micro Motion
Series 1000/2000 transmitters using one
of these configuration tools; Prolink III,
HC475, AMS Device Manager or Series
3000 display interface devices. Public field
classes typically use Prolink III for configuring the Micro Motion transmitters and
the HC475 will be used for the Rosemount
8800 Vortex flowmeter. Customers can
choose which configuration device is used
for classes held at their site.
Prerequisites
Some prior experience with Micro Motion Coriolis & Rosemount 8800 Vortex
flowmeters. A basic understanding of
the fundamentals of flow measurement,
electricity, analog and frequency signal
processing.
Topics
Students will be able to do the following
for both Micro Motion’s Coriolis and Rosemount 8800 Vortex flowmeters:
• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How
Each Flowmeter Works and the Function
of the Key Components
• Basic Understanding of the Installation
Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting
and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter
• Perform a Basic Configuration of the
Metering System for Various Applications
• Diagnose and Know How to Correct the
Most Common Meter and Process Issues
Application using a Mocro Motion Meter
• Set up a Host System or PLC to
Communicate with a Micro Motion
Transmitter via Modbus
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Flow and Density Measurement Technologies
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
8800 Series Smart Magnetic
Flowmeter Short Course
8700 Series Smart Vortex
Flowmeter Short Course
Rosemount 8700 Smart Magnetic
and 8800 Series Vortex Flowmeters
Course 2339SM
Course 2339SV
Course: 2394 CEUs: .7
CEUs: .4
CEUs: .7
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
This course is intended for anyone that is
involved with properly installing, wiring, configuring and troubleshooting a
Rosemount 8700 Series Smart Magnetic
flowmeter. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
This combined class is intended anyone
that is involved with properly configuring
and troubleshooting a Rosemount 8700
Smart Magnetic & 8800 Smart Vortex
Flowmeters. Typical job functions include;
maintenance technicians, instrument technicians and instrumentation engineers.
Overview
Overview
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain
the Rosemount 800 Series Smart Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will
learn the operation and capabilities of
the Local Operator Interface and HC475
Field Communicator and how to use these
tools to perform configuration. Common
issues encountered and troubleshooting
techniques will also be covered.
This 1-day course consists of a blend of
lectures and hands-on exercises that cover
how to install, configure, and maintain
the Rosemount 8800 Series Smart Vortex
flowmeter systems. The students will learn
the operation and capabilities of the Local
Operator &AMS Device Manager and how
to use these tools to perform configuration. Common issues encountered and
troubleshooting techniques will also be
covered.
This 1-day course is an abbreviated
version of the 2340 and 2341 courses for
Rosemount 8700 Series Magnetic and
8800 Series Vortex meters. Typically 2/3 of
the course time is spent on Rosemount’s
8800 Vortex flowmeter and 1/3 on
Rosemount’s 8700 Magnetic Flowmeter.
Theory of operation, meter components
and installation of each flowmeter are covered. The focus of the class is to provide a
hands-on experience configuring and reviewing the most common troubleshooting issue and best practices for resolution.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow
measurement, electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing are assumed.
None required. However, basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow
measurement, electricity, analog and
frequency signal processing are assumed.
Topics
Topics
• Explain the Differences and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters
• Explain the von Karman Effect and the
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters.
• Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
• Configure and Test Transmitters using
Field Communicator of AMS Device
manager
• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
• Explain the Differences and Capabilities
of the Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeters
• Explain the von Karman Effect and
Principles of Operation of Vortex
Flowmeters
• Identify Vortex Parts and Explain
Functionality
• Configure and Test Transmitters using
Field Communicator of AMS Device
manager
• Properly Install and Troubleshoot the
Rosemount 8800 Series Vortex
Flowmeter System
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Overview
This being a 1-Day class covering two flowmeters, some prior experience working
with Rosemount’s Magnetic and Vortex
flowmeters is recommended. However
students with no past experience can also
benefit if their learning objectives are to
get a basic introduction to operation, installation, configuration and troubleshooting. For all attendees, it is assumed they
have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of flow measurement, electricity,
analog & frequency signal processing.
Topics
After attending the course the student will
be able to do the following for both the
Rosemount Magnetic and Vortex flowmeters:
• Briefly Explain the Fundamentals for How
Each Fowmeter Works and the Function of
the Key Components
• Have a Basic Understanding of the Installation Best Practices for Orienting, Mounting and Wiring the Sensor and Transmitter
• Perform a Basic Configuration of the
Metering System for Various Applications
• Diagnose and Know How to Correct the
Most Common Meter and Process Issues
Roxar Metering Roxar Multiphase Meter
Roxar Subsea Multiphase Meter
Roxar Wetgas Meter
Course ROXMPFM2
Course ROXSMPFM2
Course ROXWGM2
Overview
Overview
Overview
The concept of the 3 days Roxar Multiphase meter training course is to enhance the knowledge of the participants
on the subject of multiphase metering.
The concept of the 3 days Roxar subsea
Multiphase meter Training Course is to
enhance the knowledge of the participants on the subject of subsea multiphase metering.
The concept of the 2 days Roxar Wetgas
Meter Training Course is to enchance
the knowledge of the participants on
the subject of wetgas metering. Course
is offered for both topside and subsea
variations of the meter.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process and reservoir
engineers, users of metering data, and
project engineers.
Topics
Introduction to Multiphase
• Metering of oil and gas production
• Purpose of MPFMs
• Multiphase flow and terminology
• Sensors and electronics
Operations
• Service console and operation system
• Communication set-up & configuration
• Reference fluid parameter setup
• SCP Screen Alarm indication
• Parameter files
• Log and retrieve data
• Well test options
Maintenance
• Recommended maintenance
• Mechanical systems maintenance
• Gamma system
• Electrical systems maintenance
• Calibration
• Updates
PVTx
• Roxar Tempest PVTx Programme
• Fluid analysis
• Import tables
Practical Exercises
• General exercises
• Course specific exercise
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process and reservoir
engineers, users of metering data, and
project engineers.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Topics
Topics
Introduction to Multiphase
• Metering of oil and gas production
• Purpose of MPFMs
• Multiphase flow and terminology
• Sensors and electronics
Introduction of Wetgas Metering/
Technology
• Why wetgas metering?
• Terminology
• Flow regims
• Why wetgas meters instead of
multiphase meters?
• Typical installations subsea/topside
• Description of the different parts of
the meter (subsea/topside)
Measurement Technology
• Measurement system and principles
• Determination of flow rates
• Velocity measurements
• Pressure, temperature and volume
• Verification of measurements
• Redundancies
Operations
• Service console and operation system
• Communication set-up & configuration
• Reference fluid parameter setup
• SCP Screen Alarm indication
• Parameter files
• Log and retrieve data
• Well test options
Maintenance
• Recommended maintenance
• Mechanical systems maintenance
• Gamma system
• Calibration
• Redundancy setup
PVTx
• Roxar Tempest PVTx Programme
• Fluid analysis
• Import tables
Practical Exercises
• General exercises
• Course specific exer cise MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar is a leading provider to the oil & gas industry of advanced technology for production optimisation, production regularity and improved decision making. Our technologies help operators maximise
their reservoir’s performance.
Operators, users of metering data, and
project engineers.
Measurement Technology
• How is wetgas measured?
-MW
-P,T, dP, PVTx
-Gamma
• Operational modes
• Measurement requirements/range
(IDS)
• Installing the meter-Transmitter
location
• Meter accuracy
Operations
• Communicating with meter/
communication protocols (Modbus/
KOS150/CANbus)
• The Roxar Wetgas Meter Console
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
• Periodic checks (Topside/Subsea)
• Monthly/yearly checks
• Fixed values of communication
troubleshooting
• Case studies of known scenarios/
problems
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Roxar Metering MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Roxar Watercut Meter
Course ROXWCM2
Overview
The concept of the 2 days Roxar Watercut
Meter Training Course if to enchance the
knowledge of the participants on the
subject of watercut metering. This course
is focusing on Roxar Watercut Meter-Highcut Version.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process engineers, users of
metering data, and project engineers.
Topics
Introduction to Roxar Watercut Meter
• Why measure watercut
• Metering challengers and
requirements
• Technology for watercut
measurement
Measurement Technology
• How to measure watercut?
• Installation
• Microwave signal path
• Entrapment of microwaves in a pipe
• Microwave resonance
• Permittivity of oil and water
• Water continuous and oil continuous
phase
• Calculating mix permittivity
• Bruggeman equation
• Calculating water permittivity
• Calculating watercut from density,
topcut function
• Measurement uncertainty,
initial explanation
Operators
• Connecting to the meter
• Setting up inputs and output from
the meter
• Setting up setup data for a meter
• Starting measurement
• Setting up Topcut, AutoZero, Special
functions
• Inline calibration
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
• Recommended maintenance
• Setting diagnostic and logging using
Hyper-Terminal
• Diagnostics & Common error messages
• Toubleshooting
• Practical exercises on meter electronics
with dummy
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Roxar Sand monitoring
and Pig Detection
Course ROXSAM2
Overview
The concept of the 2 days Roxar Sand
monitoring system and/or Pig DetectionTraining Course is to enhance the knowledge of the participants on the subject of
the sand monitoring system.
Prerequisites and Target Audience
Operators, process engineers, users of
metering data, and project engineers.
Topics
Introduction to Sand monitor
• Why sand detection system?
• Product description (hardware)
• Sand detection system enclosure
• History
• Integration with other products
Measurement Technology
• How do we measure sand?
• Sand detection requirements
• Process data interface
• Sand rate calculation
• Sand detector
• Accuracy
Operations
• Software
• Configuration of the CIU
• Process Date Interface
• Alarm Settings Interface
• Data Logging
• Interpretation of signlas
• Necessary maintenance
Maintenance
• Installation
• Communication
• Calibration &Filtering Settings
• Ownership
• Preventive maintenance
• Maintenance calibration
• Hardware maintenance
METCO
Generic Natural Gas
Flow Measurement
Oil & Gas Flow Measurement
Metering Appreciation
for Operators
Overview
Overview
Overview
This 2 day course addresses the
concepts of custody transfer metering,
principle of allocation in shared facilities,
and the general operating principles of
custody transfer instruments.
This 3 day course addresses the concepts of custody transfer metering,
principle of allocation in shared facilities,
and the general operating principles of
custody transfer instruments.
This 1 day course delivers an overview
understanding of custody transfer flow
measurement, together with the basic
concepts of metering techniques and
the function of flow computers.
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of Flow Measurement
Basic knowledge of Flow Measurement
No metering knowledge required
Topics
Topics
Topics
• Flow meters (orifice, turbine,
ultrasonic, venture, coriolis)
• Densitometers
• Pressure / temperature /
differential transmitters
• Automatic samplers
• BS & W measurements
• Chromatography
• Physics of natural gas mixtures
• Calculation routines and verification
of flow computers
• Implementation of international
standards
• Generic operating and reporting
procedures
• The function of the pipeline and
regulatory auditors
• Review of typical fault conditions
• Flow meters (orifice, turbine,
ultrasonic, venture, coriolis)
• Densitometers
• Pressure / temperature /
differential transmitters
• Automatic samplers
• BS & W measurements
• Chromatography
• Physics of natural gas mixtures
• Calculation routines and verification
of flow computers
• Implementation of international
standards
• Generic operating and reporting
procedures
• The function of the pipeline
and regulatory auditors
• Review of typical fault conditions
• The derivations of reported quantities
• Allocation and reporting procedures
• Overview of shared pipeline and
shared production installation
allocation
• Operating procedures
• Typical fault conditions
This is a generic course. A bespoke
course, tailored to meet your specific
requirements, is also available. Please
contact us for more details.
This is a generic course. A bespoke
course, tailored to meet your specific
requirements, is also available. Please
contact us for more details.
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Today METCO is one of the world’s largest provider of flow measurement risk mitigation management
with professional auditing and specialist training to the oil and gas industry
This is a generic course. A bespoke
course, tailored to meet your specific
requirements, is also havailable. Please
contact us for more details.
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METCO
MEASURE AND ANALYZE
Metering Appreciation
for Supervisors
Generic Crude Oil Flow
Measurement
Overview
Overview
This 1 day course delivers an overview
understanding of custody transfer flow
measurement, together with the basic
concepts of metering techniques and
the function of flow computers.
This 2 day course addresses the
concepts of custody transfer metering,
principle of allocation in shared facilities, and the general operating principles of custody transfer instruments.
Prerequisites
No metering knowledge required
Prerequisites
Topics
Topics
• The derivations of reported quantities
• Allocation and reporting procedures
• Overview of shared pipeline and
shared production installation
allocation
• Operating procedures
• Metering management
• Flow meters (orifice, turbine,
ultrasonic, venture, coriolis)
• Densitometers
• Pressure / temperature / differential
transmitters
• Automatic samplers
• BS & W measurements
• Chromatography
• Meter proving and instrument
verification / re-certification
• Calculation routines and verification
of flow computers
• Implementation of international
standards
• Generic operating and reporting
procedures
• The function of the pipeline and
regulatory auditors
• Review of typical fault conditions
This is a generic course. A bespoke
course, tailored to meet your specific
requirements, is also available. Please
contact us for more details.
Basic knowledge of Flow Measurement
This is a generic course. A bespoke
course, tailored to meet your specific
requirements, is also available. Please
contact us for more details.
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Continuing Education Units (CEU). IACET Authorized Provider Status Means our Organization:
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Education
- Is dedicated to high standards for quality in continuing education and training
- Awards the IACET CEU, the hallmark for quality in continuing education and training
Educational Services is proud to have received Authorized Provider status. We look forward to the opportunity to share our
training with you.
Qualifications for Enrollment
Educational Services agrees to accept for training, individuals who are not competitors of Emerson Process Management
in the field to which the training pertains. Educational Services will provide reasonable accommodations to students who
have a physical or mental impairment that sub substantially limits one or more major life activities, as long as the accommodation does not put undue hardship on the Company.
Tuition
All tuition is subject to change without notice. Transportation, personal expenses and most meals are the responsibility of
the student.
Course Materials
All materials presented are copyrighted. Audio and video recording is prohibited and no material or portion of any school
may be reproduced in any manner without prior written approval. All necessary documentation, catalogs, and literature are
included in the course tuition.
Continuing Education Units
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded for the successful completion of most Emerson Process Management
courses, based on 80% minimum attendance and satisfactory class and lab participation as determined by the course
instructor.
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Educational Services instructors are available to provide expert training anywhere in the world. We can conduct training
tailored to meet your needs at your facility or regional and local sites. To learn more about on-site and local training contact
your local Emerson Process Management service provider or call Australia 1300 55 3051 or New Zealand 09 441 0800.
Customised Training
In addition to the structured and formal classroom training programs listed in the catalog, Emerson can also support your
staff with a curriculum custom designed to help them operate, maintain and manage the specific industrial process automation equipment on their plant.
Training Calenders
Visit our website to view scheduled training opportunities in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
www.emersonprocess.com.au/training
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