Elfab understand that process safety and risk management is an increasing concern, with that in mind we have developed a range of training packages or “Lunch and Learn” to support and train our customers. From basic product overviews, to installation and maintenance, or advanced sizing calculation training, Elfab can tailor a package to best suit a customer’s requirements and audience.
Installation and Maintenance:
Correct installation of pressure relief devices is critical to the performance and safety of the product. Requests to train maintenance teams, fitters and engineers in the specifics of accurate installation is becoming a more frequent request. Elfab can conduct this training at its head office in North Shields or at customer site.
Over the past 30 years rupture disc technology has developed significantly. Many process plants are now operating past their life expectancy with technology that no longer meets the specifications of how the plant is operating. Elfab can train on the latest product developments and how simple changes to Rupture Disc technology can improve the efficiency of a plant and increase process safety while reducing long term spend.
Reduce stock holdings by up to 65% while reducing long-term costs. Elfab have over 15 years’ experience in supporting its global customer base with standardising current stock holdings of rupture discs to help improve productivity and reduce overall expenditure. Stock rationalisation programmes are being adopted by many process plants who recognise the need for increased efficiency, reduced stock holdings and improved purchase costs.
Sizing and Selection:
Accurate sizing and specification of rupture discs is critical to process safety. Elfab can offer training in various sizing calculation methods from API to ISO for single or dual phase applications.
Elfab can conduct training at its Global manufacturing facility based in the North East of England or at customer site, contact your Sales Engineer for further information.
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