Online Courses: Industrial Valves

Industrial Valves

Held on September 22, 24 and 29, and October 1 2020

2 hours each day




Industrial valves are a complex subject. In order to make them do what they are supposed to do – control flow in a predictable way – it is crucial to understand not just how a valve works, but also all the processes associated with it, such as design, manufacturing, inspection and operation.

KCI has more than 30 years of gathering knowledge about valves; from articles and conferences worldwide, the knowledge collected through these years in unparalleled. This database is not only about quantity – it has diversity too, with all the key-players sharing their side of the story: from manufacturers to end users, including foundries, inspection firms, and EPC companies.

This combined knowledge has been curated by an expert and put together in four 2-hour courses, which cover the most important topics addressed in Valve World:

Industrial Valves - Module I Industrial Valves -  Module II
Definition of an industrial valve Recap of valve types and sealing mechanisms
How a valve works Fugitive emissions
Main valve types for oil & gas Procurement / supply chain
Main parts of a valve and their variations Specification
Pressure class rating Inspection
Materials selections Control valves
Standards & organizations Design & supplementary requirements
Selection & applications Design validation & prototype testing
Actuation Safety
Installation Refurbishment
Operation Fire Safe testing
  Recap of valve types
  Supplier qualification
  Shipping & handling