[25% Off] Introduction to Instrumentation Course Coupon – Free learning guide

[25% Off] Introduction to Instrumentation Course Coupon


Dear student,

This course is the complete guide to understanding Instrumentation and the application of each.

This Instrumentation course will qualify you to work in Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Automation , electrical power plants, chemical plants companies.

It is for fresh graduated electrical engineer, fresh graduated communication engineer, instrumentation engineer. Instrumentation technical, process engineer, installation and commissioning engineer and sales engineer.

The course is designed to present the fundamentals of Instrumentation. This course will primarily cover pressure, temperature, level and flow detection.

The coursework for an instrumentation technology program involves laboratory practice in addition to academic lectures.

  • Learn how to read, design and successfully understand ALL P&IDs through numerous real industrial examples

  • Students learn about instrumentation principles, including the calibration, testing and operation of such equipment.

    They learn about different types of instruments technology.

  • They learn how to use HART communicator in calibration.

  • Learn how to calibrate pressure transmitter with out Hart communicator “laboratory practical application”.

  • Learn how to use CALIBRATOR furnace (FLUKE 9144), Process Calibrator (Fluke741B).

  • Shows students how to select, configure and maintain instruments.

  • Understanding the main terms of  automation control system.

  • Learn how to select your instrument? How to calibrate it practically in laboratory

  • Identify what is Instrument. why we use it. How it works.

  • Learn how to calibrate pressure gauge, pressure switch “laboratory practical application”.

  • Learn how to calibrate Tc type E in Lab “laboratory practical application” using CALIBRATOR furnace (FLUKE 9144) and Process Calibrator (Fluke741B).

  • Level switches (Float, Capacitance, Optical, Conductivity, Tuning fork and Magnetic).

  • Level Transmitters (Ultrasonic, Radar, Displacer, Delta P).

  • Identify the flowmeters types (Obstructive and not Obstructive) meters, their principle of operation, applications, advantages and limitations.

So, with no further ado, check out the free preview videos and the curriculum and we look forward to see you in the first section.

Hope to see you there

Eng. Mohamed Fathy

wish you all the best

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