Instrument Technician

Instrument Technician
Introduction
Instrument Technicians ensure instrumentation, proper calibration and functioning of automation and control systems and provide input for system optimization. They guarantee appropriate administrative prerequisites and look after records. They are additionally in charge of surveying, adjusting, repairing, and checking control frameworks and frameworks related to pumps, compressors and well control. They likewise keep up the execution of weight, temperature, stream and level estimation control gear, and also valves, water powered control boards and single circle controllers.

General Information
Course Industry:
Instrument Technician
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Instructor:
Mr. Farooq Ahmed, Mr. Raja Nisar Akbar
Prerequisites:
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses
Course Fee:
12,000 PKR ($240)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to :

  •  Inspects, tests, changes, and repairs electric, electronic, mechanical, and pneumatic            instruments and frameworks used to find, record, and   control; Inspects meters,
      markers, also, gages to discover anomalous vacillations.

 

  • Tests precision of temperature pointers, stream meters, weight gages, controllers and      other recording, demonstrating or controlling instruments to  show defective
     framework segments

 

  • utilizing test gear, for example, weight gages, heartbeat and sign generators,
    oscilloscopes,mercury manometers, potentiometers, and ammeters, voltmeters, and
    watt meters.
  • Traces out electronic strong state and vacuum tube hardware and parts to find
    damaged parts in simple and advanced frameworks, insurance or radiation observing
    frameworks, utilizing test gear, schematics, and upkeep manuals.

 

  •  Removes blemished instruments from framework, sterilizes and cleans instruments
    what's more, replaces defective segments utilizing hand  instruments.

 

  •  Reassembles instruments and replaces instruments in framework, utilizing hand
    devices.

 

  •  Lubricates types of gear and replaces inadequate wiring and tubing.

 

  •  Calibrates readings on instruments in understanding to norms and conforms staging
    and adjusts stages to decide exactness of recording and  legitimate working.

 

  •  Records adjustments made, parts utilized and accessible stock.

 

  •  Prepares schematic drawings, portrays and reports to reflect changes made in
    instruments, circuits, and frameworks. 

 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following manner:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:   Half an hour daily           (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                      One (01) hour daily             (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                   Six (06) hour daily               (65%)

 

COURSE CONTENTS

Introduction to Instrumentation 

  •          Process Control fundamentals.
  •          Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams. 

Instruments that Measure Temperature

  •          Temperature, Heat and Energy
  •          Thermal Expansion Thermometers
  •          Electrical Thermometers
  •          Infrared Radiation Thermometers
  •          Calibration of Instruments

Instruments that Measure Pressure

  •          Function of Pressure Instruments & Calibrating a Pressure Gauge Instrument.
  •          Traditional Application of Pressure Measurement

Instruments that Measure Level: Bulk (solids) and Liquids

  •          Mechanical Instruments application
  •          Electrical Level Instruments
  •          Ultrasonic, Radar, and Laser Instruments
  •          Weighing Instrument Systems
  •          Level Measurement Applications and Instruments integration in the
             Process Logic

Instruments that Measure Flow

  •          Fluid Flow and its measurement (Profile, Reynolds Number)
  •          Differential Pressure Flow Meter Instrument Set Up and Functions
  •          Variable-Area Flow Metering: Mechanical, Electrical, and Other Flow meters
  •          Open-Channel Flow Measurements
  •          Solids Flow Meters

Sampling Analyzer Instruments and Substitute Calibration

  •          Gas Analyzers
  •          Humidity Analyzers
  •          Solids Moisture Analyzers
  •          Liquid Analyzers
  •          Electrochemical Analyzers that measure Electric Current 
  •          How a Composition Analyzer measures the quantity of multiple components
             in a unit sample 

How Instruments Convey: Transmission and Communication

  •          Transmission Signal (Data) Management and Standards
  •          Digital Numbering Systems in Relation to Instrumentation Transmission
             and Communication
  •          Digital Communications and Binary Information

Automatic Control

  •          Automatic Controls & Process Dynamics
  •          Learn Control Functions & Control Strategies
  •          Controller Tuning
  •          Pneumatic, Electric & Digital Controllers
  •          Operator Interfaces & Configuring Formats
  •          Learn Controllers & Configuration

Final Elements and Instrumentation

  •          Control Valves
  •          Regulators and Dampers
  •          Actuators and Positioners
  •          On/Off Control Actions 
  •          Variable-Speed Drives 
  •          Electric Powers Controllers 

Safety System Instruments

  •          Common Safety Systems to prevent injuries
  •          Individual Safety Devices to prevent injuries
  •          Avoidance of injuries and fatalities by following Electrical Safety Standards
  •          Know about Industrial Switches and Sensors

Application of Instrumentation in Processes

  •          Traditional Instrument Applications and General methods implemented on
             a Non-Instrument Process
  •          Instrumentation Review: Application of Temperature, Pressure, Level, Flow Instruments