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Instrument Verification, Maintenance & Calibration
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5 days
Next Course Date
18 March, 2024
Registration Procedure
1 Complete the registration form below this page.
2 Make payment for the course using the payment link below.
3 Course Registration must be completed 2 weeks before training commencement.
4 Course Registration details would be sent to your email latest 24 hours before commencement of training.
Course Overview

This course has been designed to introduce participants to the basic principles of Instrument verification, maintenance, and calibration. They will learn about the responsibilities of the instrument technician and the importance of accuracy and documentation. The participants will gain knowledge in the various calibration procedures of various types of measuring instruments, as well as the more complex final control elements.

Course Content

Calibration and Verification

  • Responsibilities
  • Documentation
  • Procedures

Introduction to calibration and Verification principle

  •  Pressure, temperature, level & flow instrument/gauges  calibration
  •  Pneumatic and current conversion system
  • Abbreviations definitions (MPA, KPA, PSI, BAR, KGF/ CM)

Current loop characteristics

  • Pre-check: Checking for open circuits & Checking  for short circuit
  • Loop check

Familiarization with measuring instruments

Selection of Measurement and Control Devices Repair modes and records; Failure mode analysis;  Maintenance, calibration modes, and records; Calibration  seals; Tools and equipment

Handling equipment; Cleaning and decontamination;  Testing and evaluation; Disassembling and reassembling;  Calibration; Test stands

Troubleshooting instrument error

Safety while working with instruments

Hands-on practical exercises & simulations



Target Group

Personnel involved in design, installation, operation, and maintenance

Course Benefits
  • On completion of the course, the student will be able to: Define calibration
  • Recognize if an instrument is properly calibrated by  examining the instrument input and output
  • Explain how calibration affects quality, productivity, and  safety
  • Identify conditions when calibration is performed such as at  an installation, periodic scheduled maintenance, in response  to process deviation, and after repair or change in mounting  position
  • Recognize accuracy and precision
  • Identify zero shift, span error, combined zero shift and span  error, and non-linearity with a pattern of instrument readings  on an input/output graph or calibration data sheet
  • Identify the basic elements of a calibration set-up
  •  Identify the input values for a five-point
  • Calibration check as a percent of the instrument’s range
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