Process Analyser Subsystem Training
Learn How to Design Subsystems for Your Process Analyser Sampling Systems
In this course students will spend significant time working in small groups with hands-on exercises, with a focus on component selection and overall design of functional subsystems. This course will follow the typical structure of a generic sampling system design, focusing on the five nodes that all sampling systems have to a greater or lesser degree.
What You'll Learn
- How to design five subsystems common to all sampling systems:
- Sample extraction
- Field preconditioning
- Sample conditioning
- Calibration switching
- Sample disposal
- How to assemble these subsystems into complete system designs or use them as analytical tools to assess and improve in-service systems
- How to troubleshoot problem designs in the field or on the drawing board
Course content is derived from Industrial Sampling Systems, a technical reference book authored by industry expert and consultant Tony Waters.
- Experienced sampling system engineers, design engineers, integrators, highly trained technicians and industry professionals with a working knowledge of principles related to sampling system design and troubleshooting
- This course provides a deep exploration of subsystem components and builds on Swagelok's Process Analyser Sampling System (PASS) Training; however, the PASS Training course is not a prerequisite
For further details on the courses available and information on how we can individually tailor workshops to your requirements please call us on (08) 9331 1111 or email email@example.com.