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This course intends to give a basic overview and fundamentals of combustible and Toxic gas detection applications and systems. It will cover the theory, operation, maintenance, and calibration of various systems, including personal, portable, and fixed gas detection and environment monitoring applications. It will cover the basics required to understand how these systems function, including draw tubes, portable vacuum pumps, and fixed-mounted systems.

Integral to the training is the understanding of the personal safety and facility protection these systems provide from hazardous and combustible gases. Students will understand the measurements that these instruments will provide. Whether it is parts per billion (ppb), parts per million (ppm), L.E.L, U.E.L, % per volume, and what each of these indications means.

Discussion on the integration of the daily work environment of personal monitors. Understand the criticality of peruse bump tests, alarm levels, interpreting readings, data recording, calibration, and general use.

The course will also discuss fire, smoke, and heat detection systems and how best to maintain and troubleshoot these systems. Discuss maintenance of fix systems and how they can integrate into DCS and PLC control systems. The course is intended for anyone working with detection equipment, their managers and supervisors, and anyone requiring a better understanding of how detection systems can protect life and limb and be used to monitor and protect.


Next Introduction to Combustible and Toxic Gas Detection and Fire Detection Systems and Principles. Courses
May 12 – 12, 2021 LIVE 2-Way Video Training 8am-4pm Edmonton Time OR21267 $749.00 + Tax Per Attendee Register
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Course topics

I. History of protection systems

Objective:

II. Understanding measurements and usage

Objective:

III. Equipment types

Objective:

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I. History of protection systems

Objective:

  • - Canary in a coal mine
  • - Bill C45
  • - Initial systems
  • - Location, Location, Location

II. Understanding measurements and usage

Objective:

  • ppb, ppm, l.e.l., u.e.l, %per volume and their relation ships
  • - O2 readings, CO, poisonous and combustible gases, VOC’s
  • - Methane and general gas properties
  • - Know your environment

III. Equipment types

Objective:

  • - Draw tube
  • - Personal monitors
  • - PID
  • - FID
  • - Wheatstone bridge
  • - Heat detectors wax contact
  • - (fixed temperatures and rate of rise)
  • - UV/IR
  • - RTD’s and thermocouples

IV. Operation

Objective:

  • - Online, Offline, Edit functions
  • - Testing
  • - Calibration
  • - Monitoring
  • - Alarming
  • - Data logging
  • - Display graphics

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  • Tim Dacey

    Years of Experience
    39

    Tim brings 38 years of experience in operations at various public and private utility companies starting with SaskPower in the late 70’s where he apprenticed as an electrician earning his Interprovincial Journeyman’s Electrician certification in the early 80’s. He continued to work as a Station Electrician for the next decade prior to moving into natural gas compression and transmission...

     
    • Mitch Gunter, DND Trenton
      The instructor was very well-spoken. Gave lots of examples from the wide range of experience he has had. He took the time to make sure everyone was on track and understanding what we were doing.
    • Dennis Stog, Crown metal packaging
      Tim did very well in spreading his knowledge and making sure everyone understood the topic. Top notch.
    • Scott Kelly, KLTP
      He was a great teacher. He communicated clearly and instructed us well in our class.
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