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Control Valve, Actutors and Pumps



24 – 27 February 2014 | IDR 7,000,000.00 /participant at Yogyakarta
07 – 10 July 2014 | IDR 7,000,000.00 /participant at Yogyakarta
15 – 18 September 2014 | IDR 7,000,000.00 /participant at Yogyakarta



The course presents a practical approach to selection, sizing, installation, operation and maintenance of control valves, actuators and pumps. This training course is designed with a total balance between theory and practical examples and will help the participants in better understanding of the control valve functions, testing and maintenance of valves. This course explains the various factors (like fluid characteristics, valve forces, leakage etc) and considerations that govern selection and sizing of control valve and actuator sizing. It also discusses installation, maintenance and verification of actuator appropriateness, be it for liquid, gas or vapor applications. It lays down criteria for selecting an actuator and associated auxiliary devices. Pumps find extensive use in petrochemical process plants, water circulation systems, A/C and heating systems, and many other applications. Right pump selection appropriate to the application and effective performance testing are essential requirements for prolonged machine life. The course provides participants with useful tips, Do’s and Don’ts in carrying out installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of valves, matching of valve / actuator technical specifications and system operational parameters. Emphasis is given on good engineering practices and relevant practical examples. The course also covers important aspects of control valves their maintenance and periodic testing. A successful valueoverhaul is critical in the reliability of the valve when re-installed in the process. Expert tips are included to ensure an efficient overhaul. The course would also cover pump accessories (shaft seal, bearings, lubrication) their selection, care and maintenance.


Ideal for the engineers who are involved in selection, installation or operation of control valves and actuators in the oil & gas, petroleum and petrochemical industries, power plants etc. This course is a good introduction to someone who has had no dealings with valves in the past as well as an important refresher course for valve specialists. Also recommended for operations and maintenance persons, instrumentation and control engineers, process engineers, plant overhauling and troubleshooting engineers and technicians.



Control Valves

  1. Types of control valves
    1. Definition of a control valve
    2. Various types of control valves
      • Equal percent
      • Linear
      • Quick opening
    3. Flow characteristic of various valves
    4. Pressure drop in various valves (K factor)
    5. Choosing a correct valve for intended application
  2. Basic classification of valves & their characteristics
    1. Basics of selection and sizing of control valves and matching actuator, meeting system operational requirements etc.
    2. Air valves, safety relief valves and breather cum relief valves – test procedures
    3. Performance evaluation of control valves and actuators
    4. Cavitations in control valves
    5. Diagnostics for valve actuators
    6. Different types of control valves: globe valves, butterfly, eccentric disk, ball, rotary plug, diaphragm and pinch valves


  • Pneumatic, hydraulic and electric
  • Mounting considerations, manual overrides
  1. 2.1 Introduction to actuators
    1. Basic actuators and actuator operation
    2. Sizing actuators (overview)
    3. Basic mechanical operation
    4. Control components and configurations
    5. Maintaining actuators safely
  2. 2.2 Electric actuators: EIM, Limitorque, Bettis,
  3. 2.3 Good installation practices
    1. Inlet line consideration
    2. Outlet line consideration
    3. Reaction forces and support
  4. 2.4 Maintenance and troubleshooting
    1. Routine maintenance
    2. Modes of failure and fault finding
    3. Periodic inspection and testing of valves


  1. Classification and types of pumps
  2. Pump operation: priming and cavitation
  3. NPSH – Available and Required, NPSH margin
  4. Pump performance curves
  5. Head – capacity curve [H – Q]
  6. Power – capacity curve [P – Q]
  7. Efficiency – capacity curve [η – Q]
  8. System curve, best efficiency point [BEP]
  9. Pump selection and specification
  10. Criteria for pump selection, specification / data sheet
  11. Affinity laws, drive rating selection
  12. Pump performance testing and check points
  13. Operation, maintenance & troubleshooting aspects of pumps


  • Presentation
  • Discuss
  • Case Study
  • Evaluation
  • Simulation


Jentra Dagen Hotel, Yogyakarta

  • 24-27 February 2014
  • 7-10 July 2014
  • 15-18 September 2014
  • 4 days (08 am – 04 pm)


Teguh Pudji Purwanto, Ir, MT

Teguh Pudji Purwanto experienced more than 26 years in mechanical industry.


IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential



  • Module / Handout
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir
  • Training Kit


 Control Valves , Actutors and Pumps

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