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PRV University

Course number
1114
Cost
$500
Venue
In-Class
Schedule
  • Apr 6, 2021 - Apr 8, 2021
    8am-5pm - 3 Days (Note: Day 3 times dependent on chosen workshop)
  • Oct 5, 2021 - Oct 7, 2021
    8am-5pm - 3 Days (Note: Day 3 times dependent on chosen workshop)
- CEUs: 2.1

Synopsis

4-1/2 day conference demonstrating natural gas regulator in gas pressure control fundamentals. Natural Gas distribution and natural gas transmission will be emphasized.

Topics Covered

Upon completion students will have knowledge of:

  • Operation Principles
  • ASME Pressure Vessel Code Requirements
  • API Storage Tank Standards and Recommended Practices
  • Advantages and Limitations of PRV Types
  • Installation and Applications of Pressure Relief Devices
  • Pressure Relief Device Hands-on Circuit
  • Assembly and Testing Facility Tour
  • Operational Demonstrations of Devices in our ASME Certified Testing Laboratory

Overview

When making your reservation you will need ot select wich of the workshops in day 3 you wish to attend:

  • WS1:  Pressure Relief Valve Sizing and Selections (8am - 3pm)

  • WS2:  Pressure Relief Valve Hands-on Troubleshooting, Inspection, Maintenance and Reliability (8am - noon)


Each attendee will receive an engineering handbook containing materials covered in the seminar.  A Certificate of Achievement that will contain the name, date, title and material content of the seminar.  Dependent on your state or local agency  this course may be used to fulfill the continuing education requirement for your Professional Engineering certification.  Contact your local agency to determine if this seminar can be used for your program.

Register By:

Registration always closes 2 weeks prior to session start date

Cancellations:  If your plans or budgets change, you may cancel your reservations up to 14 calendar days prior to the start of the course without incurring a cancellation charge.  Limited enrollment makes it necessary to charge a 50% administrative fee for any changes or cancellations within two weeks of the class start date.