Posted: August 2018
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CHASE International are delighted to announce The GT26 Valve Innovation and Optimisation Workshops, to be held in the Bangkok Metropolitan Area, on 24th-28th September 2018.
The Valve Innovation and Optimisation Workshops are a series of presentations and seminars, in conjunction with our partners Advanced Valve Solutions. The speakers include industry experts and experienced engineers. They are designed for people who require an understanding of the impact that changes in operation can have on operation costs, plant availability, valve reliability, controllability, maintenance intervals and life time expectancy.
The workshops are aimed at enlightenment and are not simply a ‘sell’ of products etc, rather an understanding of fundamental and innovative designs solutions to known problems within the process industries.
Valve Innovation and Optimisation Workshop
I am interested in receiving more information about the workshop.
Changes in power station operational demands, in recent years, have produced significant impact on plant operational costs, with an emphasis on valve reliability and overall station efficiency, maintenance and valve controlability. We discuss in detail how we can offer an alternative view on advancements in preferred materials and innovation in valve design all being impacted on by dual shift and stop/start requirements.
The workshop provides a unique insight into the commonly occurring problems with dual shifting (stop/start) power plants. These include the impact on both isolation and control valves.
Many design, project and maintenance engineers have benefitted from Valve Innovation and Optimisation Workshops by applying the knowledge gained and understanding preventative measures that can be applied to reduce plant down time, operational costs and increase station efficiency.
In addition to OTC Valves your workshop will also cover;
- Control Valves
- Attemperators/Desuperheaters (Cooled)
- Bypass stations, HP, IP, TAL
- On/Off Valves
- Drain Valves
The program included opportunities to discuss specific topics and asks questions.
This educational event is offered free of charge to engineers working in the power industry. Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and costs.
If you would like more information about this event, please complete the form, send us an email to email@example.com or call our UK Head Office on +44 (0) 1925 755221.
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