Tuesday 28 June 2016

Differential pressure flowmeter calibration training.

The International Society of Automation (ISA) and its Premier Strategic Partner for calibration, Beamex will co-host a free webinar 26 July 2016 on differential pressure flowmeter calibration.

David W Spitzer, one of the presenters
The webinar, which will be held from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time, will feature three automation experts: David Spitzer, PE, founder of Spitzer and Boyes; Ned Espy, Technical Director at Beamex; and Roy Tomalino, Professional Services Engineer at Beamex.

Flow measurement systems can be critical to control process safety, efficiency and cost-effectiveness—especially when custody transfer and billing are involved. As a result, periodic flowmeter calibrations are needed to ensure the proper, accurate operation of many process plants and systems. Calibrating flow measurement systems in a flow laboratory, however, can be cumbersome and expensive. This webinar will bring clarity to differential pressure flowmeter calibration and provide a best-practice approach to partially calibrating flowmeters in the field.

“As a trainer, I continually ask my students, ‘What do you want to know more about? Is there an application that needs to be demystified?’ Flow calibration is consistently among the top three answers. This webinar will take a look at calibrating flow using a common differential pressure (DP) transmitter. We will teach the audience what is possible to accomplish on the plant floor, without a flow calibration laboratory,” explains Tomalino at Beamex.

“ISA is pleased to partner with Beamex on free webinars that provide useful and practical information to many of our members and customers, and others in the automation community,” says Jennifer Infantino Halsey, ISA's Director of Marketing & Communications. “This particular webinar is designed to help prevent costly mistakes that often occur during the measurement of flow."

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