Event: Pressure Relief Valves, ASME Section VIII and API Code, Handling Overpressure Occurrences within Gas Processing Infrastructure.
Event address for attendees:
Houston GPA is hosting a Virtual Training session conducted by Halff Associates, it will take place Wednesday, May 19th. The two featured speakers are: Cameron Coleman Southwest Regional Sales Manager at ARI-Armaturen USA and Jonathan Bryant Product Engineer at ARI-Armaturen USA.
Training Topic: Pressure Relief Valves, ASME Section VIII and API Code, Handling Overpressure Occurrences within Gas Processing Infrastructure.
Overview: The primary purpose of a pressure relief valve is the protection of life, property, and the environment—which means your pressure relief valve plays a crucial role in the field of gas processing! All-natural gas equipment will have a maximum allowable pressure rating, so it’s important to understand the correct application of your relief valve in order to prevent overpressure occurrences that are in excess of the max allowable operating pressure.
This presentation will provide insight into…
- Types of pressure relief valves and why we use them
- The pros and cons of each type of relief valve in gas applications
- Rules and regulations associated with ASME and API codes
- Principles of sizing and selecting a safety relief valve
- How to optimize your maintenance schedules through overpressure monitoring
…and much more!
Training Cost: FREE
Date: May 19th, 2021
Time: 9:30 am - 11:30 am (CST)
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