Process control is a versatile and vital part of major industries like:power generation; petrochemicals; food processing and bottling; chemical manufacturing; bio-technology; pharmaceuticals; and refineries.
Level / Flow Process Control
This program teaches two of the most common types of process control systems, flow and liquid level, and the basic concepts on which other systems are based. This process control system allows learners to calibrate, adjust, install, operate, and connect process control systems in industrial applications.
Temperature Process Control
This program allows learners to study and practice calibrating, adjusting, installing, operating, and tuning thermal process control systems in industrial applications. Major topic areas include: basic temperature control elements; loop controllers; final control elements; temperature sensors; temperature transmitters; basic temperature control; methods of automatic control; and control loop performance.
Analytical Process Control
This program covers major topics and skills involved with controlling and modifying the chemical properties of a substance. The Analytical Process Control Learning System covers topics like pH electrodes, pH meters and transmitters, and loop controllers and vital theoretical process control knowledge including: describing the function of a process hazard analysis; defining pH and explaining its importance; learning five common types of loop controller parameter groups; and configuring a Honeywell UDC 3500 for continuous pH control.
Pressure Process Control
This program offers the ability to control liquid level and tank pressure simultaneously using a human machine interface (HMI), programmable automation controller (PAC), and variable frequency drive (VFD). This functionality allows learners to study important industrial gas blanket applications as well as gain valuable hands-on experience in practicing a broad range of pressure process operations in both manual and automatic modes. The Pressure Process Control Learning System explores major topics like loop control devices, HMI panel operation, pressure control systems, process system alarms, automatic control methods, performance concepts, control loop performance, and open- and closed-loop tuning.