10 December 2020
£520 attendance at Chatham campus; subject to a move on-line should the situation dictate
Discounts offered for multiple registrations from one company and returning delegates.
An exploration of the different valves and features available. This course will help delegates understand the combinations of different feature options available covering choice of materials of construction, rotor type, drive type, venting arrangements, bearing pattern, seal choice, clearances, cleaning features etc. and how/why to choose them.
Subjects covered include:
- Application areas for rotary valves, and their different demands (feeding, explosion protection, isolation etc)
- Basics of rotary valve performance – air leakage, feed rate etc
- Materials of construction linked to issues of wear and build-up
- Seals and bearings, options, functions and selection
- Special consideration for explosion isolation
- ATEX requirements and responsibilities
- Features for cleaning and preventing contamination
- Venting – needs, options and ensuring success
- Review of practical application issues
The course is designed for engineers, system designers, maintenance personnel who have responsibility for sourcing, specifying and keeping operational rotary valves in all industries.
This course can be added to the two day Pneumatic Conveying System Design course on 8 – 9 December for a total fee of £1260