Processes and Equipment for the Water Industry
The Holiday Inn, Runcorn, Cheshire
Type of course in situ
Course provider Pump Centre - ESR Technology Ltd
Available dates for this course
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This one-day course is intended to give an introduction to the physical and bio chemical processes used in the treatment of water and waste water, and of the mechanical plant used to support those processes.
It will be of benefit to engineers who are required to design or commission new treatment works, carry out modifications and refurbishment of existing works, approve designs submitted by sub-contractors, or advise clients on possible improvements to existing systems.
Using a series of demonstrations and presentations, the course will provide an overview of the different processes available to the designer, and discuss the factors affecting equipment selection.
Trainees should gain:
An appreciation of basic processes available for water treatment.
An appreciation of the mechanical equipment available.
An appreciation of the factors affecting choice different of equipment; their advantages and limitations.
An understanding of how to use hydraulics to regulate flow through the various process stages.
The material will be presented by means of a series of lectures and demonstrations, supported by practical exercises
No prior process knowledge will be assumed.
Trainees will be expected to have a basic knowledge of mechanical engineering.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineers who need to design water, or waste water treatment systems, whether as part of their daily work, or only occasionally.
Engineers, and others, who are called upon to assess designs submitted, by others, for approval.
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