Fundamentals of Process Instrumentation - Course No. 205

Three workbook (Part I, Part II, Part III) covering the basics of process instrumentation for plant operators and instrument mechanics.
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Course Number 205
Fundamentals of Process Instrumentation

30 hours of instruction

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Format: Text for Classroom & Self-study Instruction

Price: $150.00 (quantity discount available)

Training for plant operators and entry level instrument mechanics. Topics covered include: process variables, direct-read instruments, elements of a control system, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, level sensors, flow sensors, weight sensors, transmitters, recorders, controllers, final control elements and basic control loops.

Prerequisites - familiarity with the basic principles of physics that apply to the function and use of process instrumentation (Course Number 49) and sufficient job experience to understand the diagrams and examples used to explain instrument functions and applications.


Package includes three workbooks (Part I - Introduction, Part II - Sensors & Part III - Control Loops & Their Elements) totaling 30 hours of instruction, plus three multiple choice tests, a job performance check list and an Administrator's guide.


This course is used by many community and technical colleges in the process operator and instrumentation curriculums.


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