A highly interactive training course on

Process Utility Systems

Coventry Academy -  Process Utility Systems

Course Schedules

 20-24 May 2024
 10-14 Nov 2024

Training course overview

This training course will feature the importance and relevance of process utilities used in today industrial operations. It will familiarise the delegates with the various practices used for selection, operation and maintenance of various equipment used in process utilities. It will be demonstrated how these utility systems are efficiently integrated into oil and gas facilities. This Coventry Academy training course will also cover important practical aspects useful for engineers and operators in dealing with their basic utilities, including maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment and components.

What are the goals?

By attending this Coventry Academy training course, you should achieve these goals:

  • Understand the operation and maintenance of main process plant utilities
  • Analyse optimization of stem generation, utilization and distribution
  • Evaluate parameters of water preparation systems
  • Determine the correct selection criteria for compressed air systems
  • Optimize the use of refrigeration, inert gas, fuel supply and electric systems

Who is this training course for?

This Coventry Academy training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Plant Operators dealing with process utilities
  • Maintenance Professionals
  • Plant Facility Engineers
  • Technical Managers
  • Process Supervisors
  • Inspection Personnel

Course Outline

Among a range of valuable topics, the following will be given high priority:
  • Steam operating characteristics: Wet & Superheated Steam
  • Industrial boilers and steam generators: Operation & Efficiency
  • Water utilization in process plants
  • Water sources including waste water
  • Compressed air used as process air and instrument air
  • Process of air compression in compressors
  • Refrigeration systems and their characteristics
  • Cooling Towers and HVAC systems
  • Compression and absorption systems characteristics
  • Inert gas systems and nitrogen properties
  • Inert gases, sources and methods of generation of nitrogen
  • Electrical systems, equipment and application
  • Electricity utilization optimization

The certificate

  • Coventry Academy Certificate of Attendance will be provided to delegates who attend and complete the course

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