Event Date/Time: Aug 04, 2010
End Date/Time: Aug 06, 2010
Plant efficiency is directly affected by nonperformance of the valves, either in terms of output or in terms of reliability and availability. It is claimed that a majority of control valves are incorrectly sized, which negatively impacts performance. Furthermore, there is a bewildering range of choices for end users â€“ globe, butterfly, eccentric disc, ball â€“ even before the user must decide according to other factors such as materials, actuator type, rangeability and other characteristics. Although many valve manufacturers provide free training in their products and sizing services, these are limited only to their product range. Practical Sizing & Selection for Control Valves will allow end-users to make the best selection for themselves, not just limited to what their vendor offers. Learning how to size control valves will also save time and money for end users who can do it in-house and with minimal disruption to project schedules.