Top Link hosts ‘Valve types: Selection, Installation and Operation’ on 26-29 May 2014.
03/18/2014

This seminar is designed to include the Valve Selection & Specification, Valve Maintenance and Valve Design & Application Theory. It will include how to select, specify, maintain and repair these many different types of valves.

Online PR News – 18-March-2014 – Johor Bahru, – Tuesday, 18 March 2014, Johor Bahru- Top Link Conference & Event Management has brings you our flagship workshop ’Valve Types: Selection, Installation and Operation’ in this coming 26-29 May 2014, International 5-Star Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. This workshop provides a total in-depth insight into valve and actuator technology covering: control valves, check valves, shut-off valves, solenoid valves, and pressure relief valves.

Valves usually appear to be simple in form and operation, such as those of manual On-Off Valve, Check Valve, or the Fixed Valve type such as an Orifice, Blind etc. You will discover that even these components are frequently installed improperly throughout the industry. You will learn how components such as Safety and Relief Valves can become highly complicated and dangerous.

The consequences of not understanding their basic design will be shown. Many Control Valves and Regulators are so complex that they are complete systems within themselves. Trouble shooting and resolving problems associated with them can challenge the best engineer or technician.

This seminar is designed to include the Valve Selection & Specification, Valve Maintenance and Valve Design & Application Theory. It will include how to select, specify, maintain and repair these many different types of valves.

If you are from engineer of department Facilities, chemical, electrical, instrumentation, maintenance, and mechanical engineering d technicians involved in designing, selecting, sizing, specifying, installing, testing, operating and maintaining shutoff, pressure relief, and control valves, you should not miss this workshop!

A methodology is presented to ensure the optimum selection of size, choice of body and trim materials, components, and ancillaries. Whilst studying both liquid and gas valve sizing, delegates will also learn the correct procedures for calculating the spring ‘wind-up’ or ‘bench set’. Maintenance issues also include: testing for dead-band/hysteresis, stick-slip and non-linearity; on-line diagnostics; and signature analysis.

Throughout the workshop, participants will learn through active participation using exercises, questionnaires, and practical sessions covering: systems choice; basic sizing calculations; computer-based sizing; and maintenance diagnostics.
For more enquires, feel free to contact our Marketing Executive-Ms Vimy Hue at vimy.hue@toplink-asia.com or call at 607 225 4825 for more assistance.