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Techniques for Applied Process Control (Control Station)

February 21, 2017 - February 23, 2017


Learn Best-Practices of PID Controller Tuning

Audience: PLC/DCS Control System Technicians; Instrumentation Engineers; Process Engineers; Control Engineers; Plant Operators; and/or any plant staff who is responsible for maintaining critical process control investments

Prerequisites: Any plant staff responsible for regulatory control level performance. Basic control room experience whether as a technician, operator, or plant engineer is desired but not required.

Materials: LOOP-PRO TRAINER + Process Simulations

Course Objective: This workshop covers proven best-practices for diagnosing process dynamics and manually tuning PID controllers. The workshop is hands-on and includes case studies of industrial problems and solutions. Course participants will leave with skills to achieve immediate impact to production control through loop optimization and process control strategy. To view the entire curriculum, click here.

Now Offering 3rd Day: Introduction to Software-Based Tuning!

Audience: Anyone responsible for tuning PID controllers who wishes or is interested in understanding the value of loop tuning and analysis software. Software not vendor specific.

Course Objective: Through use of LOOP-PRO TUNER, learn the skills necessary for utilizing software for tuning PID controllers and analyzing loop performance health.


Space is limited. Contact Alessia Testani or click the button below to sign up online.


February 21, 2017
February 23, 2017
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Alessia Testani
+1 (860) 872-2920