Training

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

Course code

STHE 02

Category | Heat transfer

Start

1st Jan 2025

End

2nd Jan 2025

Venue

TBCA

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Course Description
Shell and tube heat exchangers are the workhorses of the process industries, and critical to the profitability and energy efficiency of oil refineries, gas processing plants and chemical production facilities. This training course is designed to give plant engineers the knowledge and skills to identify the root causes of performance problems and specify practical solutions.

Training Objectives
The objective of this course is to equip engineers with the knowledge required to identify, diagnose and rectify thermal performance problems associated with shell and tube heat exchangers.

Who should attend?
This course is targeted at the chemical, petrochemical and oil refining industry. Other industrial sectors, e.g. power plants, food processing, pulp and paper, will also benefit. The profile of participants includes, Process Engineers, Thermal Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Inspection Engineers, Plant Engineers and Production Engineers.

The Presenter
The course will be presented by Ian Gibbard, who has more than twenty five years of experience in the design, fabrication and troubleshooting of heat exchangers. He is the principal consultant of Progressive Thermal Engineering, a company providing heat exchanger consultancy and training services on a worldwide basis

Mr Gibbard has presented training courses in more than 20 countries.

Fees: GBP £1500.00 – Three day course

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