If you're a sample system designer or troubleshooter, you know each system's differences can pose its own set of challenges in design, operation and maintenance. What if there was a training class that could help you make better sense of the variables which affect sampling systems so that you could head off problems before they arise? What if you could learn to assess and analyse sample systems and their designs holistically? With the Process Analytical Sampling Systems Training (PASS Subsystems) Training course, you can.
PASS Subsystems is a five-day course which breaks down design elements of industrial sample systems into subsystems then further separates them into discrete function blocks. Through an effective blend of lecture, class exercises, and a team design project delivered in a small class environment, you learn how to assemble these function blocks into complete system designs or employ them as analytical tools to assess and improve in-service systems.
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.
Who Should Attend:
- 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.
About the Instructor
Phil Harris has over 30 years of experience in industry and academia, providing expert insight and analysis for a variety of applications. Mr Harris is the author of many papers on analyser systems and routinely presents at industry conferences and technical seminars.
With extensive experience in research, development and project management, Mr Harris has supported many industries, including nuclear energy, oil refining, and alternative fuels. Mr Harris earned both his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of Manitoba.