Back by popular demand, this two-day course will help you maintain your sampling systems peak performance
The two-day training course, held in Edmonton Valve's training centre, will cover aspects of a sample system, from process line and tap through transport lines, steam switching, sample conditioning, analyzer and disposal.
We are excited to be once-again hosting the Sample System Problem Solving and Maintenance Training (SSM) in the new year, on January 29th and 30th here in Edmonton, Alberta. This course is designed for Sampling System Technicians and Maintenance Personnel to gain knowledge in troubleshooting inaccuracies and inefficiencies in your fluid systems.
Experienced Swagelok instructor
This year we are bringing in a new face to teach the course, Mr. Phil Harris. Harris has worked in research & development, product development, and online analytical instrumentation for over 30 years. Along with teaching the SSM two-day course, he currently teaches internationally a five-day course on Process Analyzer Sample Systems (PASS) with Swagelok and Tony Waters. So, if you have any questions on sample systems, Harris is 'the' guy to answer them!
What to expectOver the two-day period, you will be learning both the basics of sampling systems and getting that hands-on experience with the equipment. This includes:
Day 1 - Fundamentals: classwork and basic exercises
- Performance review of sample systems
- Diagnosing and fixing time delay problems
- In-depth look at system components
- Design of field stations and fast loop systems
- Troubleshoot systems
- Group projects
- And more!
Included in the course fee covers all provided course materials, snacks, lunch, and beverages.Swagelok’s Sampling System Training (SSM) teaches both the fundamental and advanced practices in analytical instrumentation operation and maintenance. Register for the two-day course today to be empowered in your job for maintaining your sampling system with minimal error and with greater system integrity. Registration deadline is December 31st, 2018.
Have a question before you register, send us a message!