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Control Valve TrainingCourse Program

FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATEControl ValvesLEARNINGPATHAt the foundation of any process are thefield devices that measure and control theflow of air, steam, water, gas or hundredsof other materials. Without proper basicsetup, calibration and configuration ofthese devices, advanced controltechniques cannot provide the levelsof efficiency the technology is capable of.Knowledge of process control deviceswithin a plant is often passed down fromgeneration to generation. At the sametime, if advances in process technologyand methodology usually brought aboutby training aren't brought into the plant,in-house standards for device setup andmaintenance can become based onout-dated theory. The result is that whilea valve or instrument may be working, itmay not be working up to its capabilitiesand is not delivering on its promisedperformance.Educational Services has made aglobal commitment to helpingour customers find and keep thatpromise of performance.2Regional Training Centre:Our regional training centres are strategically located to support you training needswhen 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 attendcourses at any of our regional training centres or participate in one of the schools weconduct at a local sales or service office.On-site, Local and Customised TrainingWe offer on-site training subject to availability of dedicated classroom facilities andsuitable 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 appropriatesubject matter and right approach to satisfy your training needs. Each year individuals participate in classes tailored to their particular needs and conducted locally or attheir plant.Being able to develop customized courses for our customers; allow us to provide youwith 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 expensivetravel and lodging costs

Control ValvesFINAL CONTROL AND REGULATELEARNINGPATHVocational training covers the basics and fundamentals but if the plant personnel do receive hands on experiencewith the measurement products the initial knowledge begins to fade over time. Emerson has identified a series oflearning paths to help close the gap in plant knowledge and to enhance the on-the-job skills that have been learntover time.Valve Engineer9000Introduction toProcess Control1710Instrument Technician I1300Control Valve Engineering I1350Control Valve Engineering II1400Valve Technician I1450Valve Technician II7036FOUNDATION fieldbusFIELDVUE Digital ValveControllers1751Fundamentals of HARTBased FIELDVUE DigitalValve Controller using the475 Field Communicator1752ValveLink Software forFIELDVUE DigitalConfiguration and Calibration of Valve Controllers1752ValveLink Software forFIELDVUE DigitalConfiguration and Calibration of Valve Controllers1759AMS Valve Link Softwarefor Diagnostics ofFIELDVUE1759AMS Valve Link Softwarefor Diagnostics ofFIELDVUE7022Valve Maintenance withFIELDVUE Digital ValveController3

FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATEControl ValvesThe 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 educationmore important today than ever before. These interrelated trends necessitate higher levels of education on the partof those responsible for valve maintenance and operation.Introduction to Process ControlControl Valve Engineering IControl Valve Engineering IICourse: 9000 CEUs: 3.2Course: 1300 CEUs: 3.2Course: 1350 CEUs: 3.2OverviewOverviewOverviewThis Fisher course is for students that have This course is for engineers, techniciansand others responsible for the selection,little or no process experience.sizing, and application of control valves,actuators and control valve instrumentaThis course provides those new to thetionfield with the basic, overall fluid processcontrols knowledge they need to betterThis 3 day course reviews design andunderstand the function ofautomatedcontrol loops. Aspects of process control operating principles of control valves,(measurement devices, controllers, final actuators, positioners and related accescontrol elements, and fundamental con- sories. It describes the sizing and selectionmethods for a broad variety of controltrol methods) are covered by classroomvalve assemblies. Students will solve sevpresentations and laboratory exercisesthat are intended to familiarize students eral problems using Fisher SpecificationManager and published materials, pluswith the function and application of theparticipate in equipment demonstrationswide variety of equipment commonlyand hands-on workshops.found in process plants.PrerequisitesNone. This is an intro course.Topics Process Control Terminology andSymbols Process Loop Introduction Measurement Instrumentation for:Flow, Level, Temp, Pressure Instrument Calibration Concepts Final Control Elements, Control Valves,Actuators, Control Valve Instrumentation Introduction to Loop Dynamics, Tuningand Control4Students who complete this course will : Select the proper valve characteristicfor a given process. Choose suitable styles of control valvesfor an application. Size of control valves andactuators. Properly apply positioners andinstruments.PrerequisitesThis course is for practicing engineersand senior technicians who are seekingadvanced training in control valve selection and sizing and application problemsolvingThis 4 ½ day course reviews of basicsizing and selection concepts. It thenprogresses to advanced concepts usedwhen selecting and sizing control valvesfor severe service and unusual applications.The course includes lectures andnumerous problem-solving sessions thatmake extensive use of Fisher Specification Manager software.Students who complete this course will : Select and size of control valvesto reduce aerodynamic noise. Select and size control valvesfor cavitating applications. Select valve types and optionsfor corrosive and erosive fluids. Select size of control valves fortwo-phase flow and hydrocarbonmixtures.Some experience with industrial controlsequipment including control valves andPrerequisitesactuators would be helpful.Students should have completed theControl Valve Engineering I Course1300Topicsand worked on control valve sizing for Control Valve Selection: Rotary /at least 6 months after 1300 class.Sliding StemFamiliarity with Fisher Specification Actuator Selection and SizingManager is required. Corrosion Resistant Valves Liquid Valve SizingTopics Gas Valve Sizing Aerodynamic Noise/ Whisper Trim Positioners and Transducers Cavitation Issues and Solutions Valve Application Guidelines Steam Conditioning Valves Valve Characteristics High Pressure/Temperature Issues Valve Packing Considerations Sizing for Two Phase Flow, Fluid CavitationMixtures Corrosive/Erosive Service Valve Noise Actuators: Stroking Speed, Hysteresis,and Other Control ApplicationGuidelines

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 ofopportunities to practice newly learned skills and receive feedback from experts in the field. The goal is to reduce thenumber of poorly operating control valves throughout industry in order to enhance processing and reduce downtime.Valve Technician IValve Technician IIInstrument TechnicianCourse: 1400 CEUs: 3.2Course: 1450Course: 1710 CEUs: 3.2OverviewOverviewOverviewThe 41/2 day course provides an expanded and holistic view of control valveperformance objectives and issues. Topicscover a broad range of skill areas includingvalve and instrument selection, sizing,calibration, maintenance, operation,and troubleshooting. The broad range ofThis 4 ½ day course explains how valves performance-related topics is designedand actuators function and how they are to help students improve their abilitiesto install, maintain, and operate controlinstalled and calibrated. It emphasizesvalves and related equipment in a mannerinstallation, troubleshooting, partsthat improves loop performance andreplacement, and calibration of controlvalve life.valves, actuators, and positioners anddigital valve controllers. Those whoPrerequisitescomplete this course will be able to:Must have completed the Valve Technician I module (Course 1400). Correctly perform installationproceduresTopics Perform basic troubleshooting. Properly apply and calibrate positioners Control Loop Basicsand FIELDVUE digital valve controllers Major Loop Components and Their Change valve trim, gaskets and packing. Functions Piping & Instrumentation Drawings(P & ID’s)Prerequisites Basic Component SymbologySome experience in instrument calibration and in control valve maintenance, in- Connections and Wiringstallation, and operation would be helpful. Control Loop Performance Loop Performance Objectives Influences On Loop PerformanceTopics Valve Selection and Sizing Control Valve Terminology Actuator Sizing Globe Valves Bench Set and Stem Connection Packing Loading Pressure Instrument Selection Actuators, Positioners and Loading Pressure InstrumentDigital Valve ControllersCalibration Bench Set Accessory Selection and Configuration Seat Leak Testing Controller Tuning Ball Valves Severe Service Considerations Butterfly Valves Troubleshooting Basics Eccentric Disc Valves Diagnostics Valve Characteristics Process Variability Performance Maintenance Issues Tour of Flow Lab Differentiation LoopsThis introductory course is for valvemechanics, maintenance personnel ,instrument technicians, and others whoare responsible for maintaining controlvalves, actuators and control valveinstrumentationThis course covers the principles ofoperation calibration and installation procedures for electrtronic and pneumatisinstruments. Computer process simulations, live loops and hands-on workshopsdemonstrate loop dynamics.Students will Calibrate a variety of penumatic andelectronic instruments Correctly perform installation procedures Perform basic troubleshooting, basiccontroller tuning, positioner and FIELDVUE digital valve controller applicationPrerequisitesSome experience in electronic andpneumatic instrument maintenacne andcalibration would be helpful. Actuators and Bench Set Controller Tuning Current to Pneumatic (I\P) Transducers Instrument Terminology Pneumatic Temperature Controllers(Filled Bulb) Pneumatic Pressure Controllers Pneumatic and Electro-PneumaticPositioners Pneumatic Displacer Level Controllers FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controller Pneumatic and FIELDVUE DigitalLevel Controller5FINAL CONTROL AND REGULATEControl Valves

Control ValvesFINAL CONTROL AND REGULATEFundamentals of HART BasedFIELDVUE Digital Valve Controllerusing the 475 Field CommunicatorValveLink Software for FIELDVUE Digital Configuration andCalibration of Valve ControllersFisher FIELDVUE Digital ValveController with AMS ValveLink SNAP-ONCourse: 1751    CEUs: 1.4Course: 1752    CEUs: 1.8Course: 7022    CEUs: 2.1OverviewOverviewOverviewThis course is for technicians, engineersand others responsible for installing,calibrating and basic troubleshootingFIELDVUE instruments using the 475Field Communicator.This 2 day course provides thenecessary skills to : Install and mount a FIELDVUE digital valve controller onto SlidingStem Actuator/Valve and RotaryActuator/Valve Assemblies. Configure and calibrate FIELDVUE Instruments with the FieldCommunicator.PrerequisitesThis 2 ½ day lecture/lab style courseprovides hands-on experience workingwith FIELDVUE digital valve controllerand ValveLink Software. Students willbe able to execute ValveLink calibration and diagnostic routines, and createan instrument databaseControl valve experience and/or course1400, 1300, 1710 or 1451PrerequisitesTopicsControl valve experience and course1451 / 1751 FIELDVUE Digital Valve ControllerTheory of Operation FIELDVUE Instrument Installation Field Communicator for InstrumentConfiguration, Calibration andTroubleshooting ValveLink Mobile Overview6This course is for technicians, engineersand others responsible for installation,calibration and diagnostics for FIELDVUE digital valve controllers andValveLink software. The primary focusof this course is to provide a comprehensive experience in managing DigitalValve Controllers using the ValveLink software.Topics Introduction to ValveLink software ValveLink Tag and DatabaseManagement Configuration with ValveLink Calibration with ValveLink ValveLink Advanced and PerformanceTier Diagnostics Troubleshooting Introduction to DiagnosticData InterpretationThis course is designed to teachtechnicians and engineers to commission, calibrate, configure, maintain andtroubleshoot Fisher FIELDVUE digital valve controllers using the AMSValveLink SNAP-ON to AMS DeviceManagerThe 3 day course delves into devicespecific techniques for commissioning ,maintaining and troubleshooting FisherFIELDVUE InstrumentsPrerequisitesNone though a basic familiarity withFisher FIELDVUE Instruments will bebeneficial.Topics Introduction to AMS Device Manager Getting started with AMS DeviceManager Replacing and deleting devices Field Communicator Using the Audit Trail Monitoring System Alerts DVC6000 View from AMSDevice Manag er AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON Featuresand Functionality AMS ValveLink S