Instrument & Controls

 

Instrumentation and Process Control involves an extensive understanding of current loops and the devices typically found on them. It's quite extensive and explains how the devices are used, without getting involved in the underlying theory. The control of processes is one of the main branches of applied instrumentation. Instrumentation can also refer to handheld devices that measure some desired variable. Diverse handheld Instrumentation & Controls are common in all Industrial Fields. 

An instrument is a device that measures and/or regulates process variables such as Flow, Temperature, Level, or Pressure. Instruments include many varied contrivances that can be as simple as Valves and Transmitters, and as complex as analyzers. Instruments often comprise control Systems of varied processes.

 
Other courses that could be provided as In-House or Public Training:
 
  • Pneumatic Control Systems Applications in Industries
  • Instrumentation & Control Systems for Industrial Machinery 
  • Burner Management System (BMS)
  • Tuning PID Controllers (Principles & Applications)
  • Automatic Control Measuring Systems & Sensors
  • Electro-Hydraulic (EHC) for Steam Turbines
  • Foundation of Fieldbus Technology
  • OPC Technology & Applications
  • SMART Field Instrumentation & Process Control
  • Troubleshooting of Electronic Circuits
  • SCADA System & Industrial Networks
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) Applications
  • Boiler Automatic Combustion Control & BMS
  • Gas Turbine Operation & Control System
  • Calibration & Tuning Process Controllers
  • Analytical Chemistry Calibration, Standardization & Blank Corrections
  • HVACR Instrumentation & Process Control System
  • Design, Assembly & Maintenance pf Pneumatic Control System
  • PLC & SCADA for Automatic Process Controls
  • Practical Aspects of Process Control & Instrumentation
  • Liquid and Gas Flow Metering
  • Measurement (Flow, Temperature, Level & Pressure) Applications
  • logic Control & Safeguarding Theoretical & Practical
 
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