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Measurement devices must be properly commissioned and maintained at regular intervals throughout the course of their use to ensure optimal performance. As commissioning is an important step in handing off the equipment to operations, you will gain an understanding of how measurement devices are commissioned and what type of maintenance they may require (calibration frequency, pressure calibration using a dead weight tester, temperature calibration using a standard platinum resistance thermometer).
You will learn about proper configuration of Measurement Devices such as pressure and temperature transmitters, liquid meters, and Flow Computers, their calibrations as well as the advanced diagnostics for custody transfer meters. We will also cover the identification of the log report that helps to ensure you are collecting the right data, method and frequency of liquid meter proving, and prover calibration requirements and procedures of Ancillary Devices.
Analyzer Technicians and Systems Engineers, Test & Measurement and Senior Liquid Measurement Supervisors, Measurement Technicians/Technologists, Measurement & Control Technicians, Measurement Analysts and Operators, Instrumentation Technicians, Automation Team Leaders, Measurement Engineers, Reliability Managers, Measurement and Logistics Technicians, Production Accountants, Hydrocarbon Measurement Specialists and their managers, Petroleum Measurement Technical Leaders, Advanced Gas Measurement Technicians dealing with measurement device commissioning and maintenance will benefit greatly from taking this course.