The twin forces of advancing technology, exemplified by the rapid acceptance of FIELDVUE digital valve controllers, and the merging of the valve and instrument technician crafts in many plants are making control valve education more important today than ever before. These interrelated trends necessitate higher levels of education on the part of those responsible for valve maintenance and operation. Courses for valve and instrument technicians explain what's required to maintain modern control valves and demonstrate the skills necessary to do that job effectively. These classes are very structured, but students have plenty of opportunities to practice newly learned skills and receive feedback from experts in the field. The goal is to reduce the number of poorly operating control valves throughout industry in order to enhance processing and reduce downtime.
This 3-day course is designed to teach technicians and engineers the
basic of FOUNDATION fieldbus digital valve controller installation,
configuration, calibration, and troubleshooting using 375/475 Handheld,
ValveLink software and DeltaV, and AMS Intelligent Device Manager.