3 Days, 8am MST-4pm MST (approximate end time)
9 students (registration is first come, first serve)
This 3-day course uses practical exercises and discussions to teach the student to interpret and analyze diagnostic data obtained using FIELDVUE™ Digital Valve Controllers and ValveLink™ software. Students will perform diagnostic tests on a variety of valve/actuator combinations and use the data to determine bench set, dynamic error band, seat load, spring rate and other pertinent parameters. Students will also perform comparison tests on valves/ actuators containing assembly or operating flaws and use the data for troubleshooting purposes.
- Review of ValveLink software diagnostic Tests
- Data Interpretation
- Troubleshooting Techniques
- Comparison Testing Techniques
- Performance Diagnostics
This course is for technicians, engineers and others responsible to collect and interpret valve diagnostic tests performed using Valvelink™ software.
Students must have completed one of the following: 1751, 1752, 7036, or 1760V Series (1760V, 1761V, 1762V, 1763V). Completion of 1400, 1700, and 1450 are recommended if additional experience with valve maintenance and basic troubleshooting is needed.