0.6 water CEUs | LIMIT TO 12 STUDENTS

Location is the Franklin County Fire Station

(Limit 12 students)

Rocky Mountain Valves will be presenting on pilot operated diaphragm control valves. We will explore main valve bodies, quality options to choose, pilot options, pressure reducing valves, pressure sustaining valves and how these valves work.

We will also spend a lot of time in our mobile flow lab where we will have the chance to not only talk about the theory of these valves but get to have hands on experience with these valves. Attendees will pilot up Pressure Reducing Valves, Pressure Sustaining Valves and trouble shoot valves that are not operating correctly.

The hand on nature of this training is what sets it above the rest. After completing this course the attendee will be able to perform the necessary preventative maintenance, repair a valve and pilot, rebuild a valve and pilot, troubleshoot an inoperable valve, start up a valve and understand the basics of these valves.

Event Details

28 Jun 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 4 pm
Members: $120
Non-Members: $195
55 West 1st South, Preston, ID, United States

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