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ByAdmin Koma

JHA | Job hazard analysis |04 May 2020 |03 June 2020

Instructor: Ir.IJ.Kasdadi, MT.

Bandung | 08 i 20019 | 25 June 2019 |

Course Objectives:

This course is intended to provide knowledge and understanding of the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA). In the early part of this training will be discussed terminologies related JHA such as hazard, risk, incident, and so forth. The discussion will be carried out fully, both procedures, the stages of JSA, as well regarding any hazard hazard-related job and its analysis. To complement the participants’ understanding of the Permit to Work (PTW), several risk assessment methods and examples of JHA / JSA from some companies also will be reviewed in this training. Generally, after this training, the participants are expected to gain knowledge and understanding of JHA thoroughly.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Course
  • Hazard, Safety & Risk Terminologies (safety terminologies, hazard, risk, incident, accident, safety work, etc)
  • The Hierarchy of Controls (Engineering controls, Management controls, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), etc)
  • Identifying types of hazards (Pressure, Mechanical, Flammability/Fire, Explosives, Electrical Contact, Chemical Reactions, etc)
  • Accident Types (Contact-with, Caught-on, Caught-in, Caught-between, Fall-to-surface, Fall-to-below, etc)
  • Potential Major Accidents in Field (Blowouts, Riser & Pipeline releases, Process Hydrocarbon Releases – Fire & Explosion, Ship Collision, Transportation Accidents, Structural damage, etc)
  • Who Perform JSA/JHA & Why Conduct a JSA?
  • Steps of Job Hazard Analysis (JHA form, Watch the work being done, Describe the hazards in each step of the task, etc)
  • Permit to Work (PTW) System (PTW form, cold work, hot work, confined space entry, formal procedure, etc)
  • Application of JHA in Risk Assessment Program (Risk Assessment Code, Risk Assessment Matrix, etc)
  • Risk Assessment Methods (what if, checklist, Event Tree Analysis / ETA,  Fault Tree Analysis / FTA, etc)
  • JHA practices and JHA examples from some companies
Intended Audience
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) safety training is designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations. We encourage all employees to use this information to analyze their own jobs, to recognize workplace hazards and how to report them.
  • Construction Foremen
  • Construction Supervisors
  • Construction Workers

Features and Benefits

By taking Click Safety’s Job Hazard Analysis online safety course, you will be able to identify common hazards and to conduct an analysis for your workplace. When you have successfully completed this course, you will:
  • Know how to conduct a job hazard analysis
  • Understand the risk assessment code
  • Be prepared to use a job hazard analysis

 

ByAdmin Koma

Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS): ISA, IEC

04 May 2020 |03 June 2020 | 12 August 2020

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Most of today’s computer controlled industrial processes involve large amounts of energy and have the potential for devastating accidents. Reliable, well-engineered safety systems are essential for

Protection against destruction and loss of life. This course is an intensive practical and valuable exposure to the most vital, up-to-date information and practical know-how to enable you to participate in hazard studies and specify, design, install and operate the safety and emergency shutdown systems in your plant, using international safety practices. This course will provide you with a broad understanding of the latest safety instrumentation practices and their applications to functional safety in manufacturing and process industries. This course could save your business a fortune in possible downtime and financial loss.

 

The objectives of the course are to:

  • Expand your practical knowledge in the application of safety instrumented systems (SIS) as applied to industrial processes
  • Provide you with the knowledge of the latest standards dealing with each stage o the safety life cycle from the initial evaluation of hazards to the detailed engineering and maintenance of safety instrumented systems
  • Give you the ability to plan hazard and risk assessment studies, then design, implement and maintain the safety systems to ensure high reliability
  • Assist your company to implement functional safety measures to international standards

 

Topics Covered:

Although a basic understanding of electrical engineering principles is essential, even those with a superficial knowledge will substantially benefit by attending this course. In particular, if you work in any of the following areas, you will benefit: Instrumentation and control engineers and technicians, Design, installation and maintenance engineers and technicians in the process industries, Managers and sales professionals employed by end users, Systems integrators or consultants, Consulting electrical engineers, Plant engineers and instrument technicians, Operations technicians, Electrical maintenance technicians and supervisors, Instrumentation and control system engineers, Process control engineers, Mechanical engineers

Contents:

  • Introduction to SIS
  • Definitions, Overview, Standards
  • IEC 61508, IEC 61511 and ISA S84
  • Hazards and Risk Reduction
  • Hazard Studies
  • Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
  • Safety Requirements Specifications
  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
  • Technology Choices
  • Conceptual Design
  • Reliability Analysis
  • Safety in Field Instruments and Devices
  • Engineering the Safety Systems Hardware
  • Engineering the Application Software
  • Overall Planning
  • Installation and Commissioning
  • Validation and Operation
  • Management of Change
  • Justification of SIS

Who should attend?

This training is targeted to control, instrumentation and application engineers who will be involved in executing safety instrumented system projects covering any phase of the safety lifecycle from hazard and risk assessment, through engineering and design to operations and maintenance.

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ByAdmin Koma

Metering System and Custody Transfer for Oil and Gas

Metering System and Custody Transfer for Oil and Gas

12 May 2020 |10 June 2020 |08 July 2020 | 11 August 2020 |

This course is developed for engineers and technicians who need to have a practical knowledge of selection, installation and commissioning of fiscal metering equipment. It is for those primarily involved in achieving effective results in industrial processes. This would involve the design, specification and implementation of control and measurement equipment. The course focuses on practical applications, with special attention to installation considerations and application limitations when selecting or installing different measurement or control instruments for fiscal metering.

Our courses are designed to meet the needs of all levels of personnel and can be tailored to meet specific project or equipment requirements.

COURSE OUTLINE:

1. Introduction to Fiscal and Custody:

2. Basic Fluid Flow

3. Performance Characteristic of Flowmeter

4. Head Flow Meter

5. Calibration of Flow Meters in Air/Gas/Water and Oil Medium

6. Turbin Meter

7. Standard AGA 3 and AGA-7 AGA-9

8. Ultrasonic Flow Meter

9. Coriolis Meter

10. Proving Flow Meter API

11. Calculation Sample

This training course will highlight:

  • Everything that is specific and relevant to flow conditions at the point of measurement
  • Fiscal measuring technologies currently utilized (from differential pressure right through to Coriolis)
  • The operating principle of each technology with respect to performance, properties, uses, application, installation, calibration, advantages and disadvantages, et cetera
  • How to select the best device for the task at hand
  • Understand proving, calibration, maintenance, meter runs and other aspects that go together with fiscal flow measurement

KOMA TRAINING courses cover virtually every technical discipline, learning style and level of competency, from basic awareness through mastery.  Learning what you need to know, at the right depth.

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ByAdmin Koma

Road Water Construction and Maintenance

Road Water Construction and Maintenance

14 July 2020 | 11 August 2020 | 09 September 2020 

Topic Covered :

  • Forest road definitions and specifications
  • Preconstruction planning – general considerations, location, design, road spacing
  • Road maintenance/erosion control
  • Erosion control
  • Road problems – slides/discussion
  • Road design – Paper location
  • Horizontal curve design and layout
  • Vertical curve design
  • Earthwork – end areas and volumes
  • Slope stakes
  • Runoff hydrology
  • Culvert hydraulics, Culvert sizing exercise
  • Forest soils/soil mechanics
  • Road construction – geotextiles
  • Clean Water Act and Best Management Practices
  • BMP’s and Stream crossings
  • Revegetation

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ByAdmin Koma

Jadwal Pelatihan Tahun 2020 KOMA Training & Consultancy Services

 

 

KOMA TRAINING courses cover virtually every technical discipline, learning style and level of competency, from basic awareness through mastery.  Learning what you need to know, at the right depth.

 Additionally, we can hold any course at your location on an in-house basis

               2020 KOMA TRAINING SCHEDULE

No Course Title Schedule
1 Low Voltage Switchgears, Op.tions and Maintenance 06 Jan 20 05-Feb-20
2 RCM  Reliability Centered Maintenance 06 Jan 20 05-Feb-20
3 Gas Insulated Switchgear Operation and Maintenance 06 Jan 20 05-Feb-20
4 Safety Instrumented System SIS ISA 06 Jan 20 12-Feb-20
5 Metering System and Custody Transfer 14 Jan 20 12-Feb-20
6 Turbo Machinery Monitoring and Problem Analysis 14 Jan 20 12-Feb-20
7 Project Risk Management 14 Jan 20 12-Feb-20
8 Job Hazard Analysis 14 Jan 20 18-Feb-20
9 Effective budget and cost Control 14 Jan 20 18-Feb-20
10 Mechanical Engineering for non Mech. Engineers 21 Jan 20 18-Feb-20
11 Instrument Engineering for Non-Istrument Engineers 21 Jan 20 19-Feb-20
12 Gear-Drive Operation & Maintenance Failure Analysis 21 Jan 20 19-Feb-20
13 Basic Drilling completion and workover operation 21 Jan 20 19-Feb-20
14 Penanganan bahaya bahan kimia  H2S 28 Jan 20 26-Feb-20
15 Crane Safety Training for engineer and supervisor 28 Jan 20 26-Feb-20
16 Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Process 28 Jan 20 26-Feb-20
17 Basic Drilling completion and workover operation 03 Mart 20 01-Apr-20
18 Penanganan bahaya bahan kimia  H2S 03 Mart 20 01-Apr-20
19 Crane Safety Training for engineer and supervisor 04 Mart 20 01-Apr-20
20 Basic electricity and generator 04 Mart 20 01-Apr-20
21 Vibration Analysis 04 Mart 20 08-Apr-20
22 Mechanical  spec of pressure vessels & heat exchangers 10 Mart 20 08-Apr-20
23 Reliability Centered Maintenance 10 Mart 20 08-Apr-20
24 Hazops 10 Mart 20 14-Apr-20
25 Procurement Process ,and the supply base efectively 10 Mart 20 14-Apr-20
26 SCADA,DCS, Automation Network & Data Security 17 Mart 20 14-Apr-20
27 Project Management 17 Mart 20 15-Apr-20
28 Mech. Engineering for Non-Mechanical Engineers 17 Mart 20 15-Apr-20
29 Penanganan Bahaya H2S 18 Mart 20 15-Apr-20
30 Instrument Engineering for non-Instrument Engineers 18 Mart 20 22-Apr-20
31 Electrical Engineering for Non-Electrical engineer 18 Mart 20 22-Apr-20
32 Geology for Non-Geologist 18 Mart 20 22-Apr-20
33 Gas Conditioning and processing 04 May 20 03 June 20
34 RCM  Reliability Centered Maintenance 04 May 20 03 June 20
35 job hazard analysis 04 May 20 03 June 20
36 Safety instrumented System SIS ISA 04 May 20 03 June 20
37 Metering System and Custody Transfer 12 May 20 10 June 20
38 Turbomachinery Monitoring and Problem Analysis 12 May 20 10 June 20
39 Project risks management 18 May 20 10 June 20
40 Environmental technology As req 16 June 20
41 Low Voltage Switchgears, Ops and Maintenance As req 16 June 20
42 Mechanical Engineering for non Mech. Engineers As req 16 June 20
43 Instrument Engineering for non-Instrument Engineers As req 17 June 20
44 Gear-Drive Ops & Maintenance Failure Analysis As req 17 June 20
45 Handling hazardous chemical As req 23 June 20
46 Flow and level custody measurement As req 23 June 20
47 Crane Safety Training for engineer and supervisor As req 23 June 20
48 Mangement alat berat 01 July 20 05 August 20
49 RCM  Reliability Centered Maintenance 01 July 20 05 August 20
50 Instrument Engineering for non-Instrument Engineers 01 July 20 05 August 20
51 Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Process 08 July 20 05 August 20
52 Metering System and Custody Transfer 08 July 20 11 August 20
53 Risk management 08 July 20 11 August 20
54 Road Water construction and maintenance 14 July 20 11 August 20
55 Instrument Enginering fon non Instrument engineer 14 July 20 11 August 20
56 Basic electrical and generator 14 July 20 12 August 20
57 Gas Conditioning and Processing 14 July 20 12 August 20
58 Welding & Inspection for storage tanks 22 July 20 12 August 20
59 Flow assurance piping 22 July 20 12 August 20
60 Basic HSE for Oil and Gas 22 July 20 25 August 20
61 Vibration Analysis 22 July 20 25 August 20
62 welding inspection of storage tank 29 July 20 26 August 20
63 preventive and predictive maintenance 29 July 20 26 August 20
64 Safety Instrumented System S I S 29 July 20 26 August 20
65 Survei Hidrografi / Batimetri 02-Sep-20 07 Oct 20
66 Project Management 02-Sep-20 07 Oct 20
67 Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Process 02-Sep-20 07 Oct 20
68 Drilling Essential for Non Technical 02-Sep-20 13 Oct 20
69 Piping pipeline technology 09-Sep-20 13 Oct 20
70 Road Water construction and maintenance 09-Sep-20 13 Oct 20
71 Telecommunication and network 09-Sep-20 14 Oct 20
72 Drilling equipment Inspection 15-Sep-20 14 Oct 20
73 Instrument Engineering for Non-Instrument Engineer 15-Sep-20 14 Oct 20
74 Flow and level custody measurement 15-Sep-20 20 Oct 20
75 Piping installation and construction for gas 16-Sep-20 20 Oct 20
76 Electrical measurement and instrumentation 16-Sep-20 21 Oct 20
77 Instrument and control 16-Sep-20 21 Oct 20
78 Process Plant Reliability and maintenance strategies 23-Sep-20 26 Oct 20
79 Penanganan bahaya bahan kimia  H2S 23-Sep-20 26 Oct 20
80 Crane Safety Training for engineer and supervisor 23-Sep-20 26 Oct 20
81 Geographical information System GIS 04-Nov-20 02-Des-20
82 RCM  Reliability Centered Maintenance 04-Nov-20 02-Des-20
83 Instrument Engineering for non-Instrument Engineers 04-Nov-20 02-Des-20
84 Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Process 10-Nov-20 02-Des-20
85 Metering System and Custody Transfer 10-Nov-20 08-Des-20
86 Risk management 10-Nov-20 08-Des-20
87 Road Water construction and maintenance 11-Nov-20 08-Des-20
88 Basic Geophysics 11-Nov-20 08-Des-20
89 Basic electrical and generator 11-Nov-20 16-Des-20
90 Design Ops. & Penahanan Tanah 11-Nov-20 16-Des-20
91 Welding & Inspection for storage tanks 18-Nov-20 16-Des-20
92 Flow assurance piping 18-Nov-20 16-Des-20
93 Basic HSE for Oil and Gas 25-Nov-20 22-Des-20
94 Vibration Analysis 25-Nov-20 22-Des-20
95 Welding inspection of storage tank 25-Nov-20 22-Des-20
96 Preventive and predictive maintenance 25-Nov-20 22-Des-20
ByAdmin Koma

RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE

10 Mart 2020 | 08 April 2020 |02 June 2020

Course Overview:

Some failures in petroleum, oil and gas, power generation, and other industries are caused by little attention given to the maintenance and thus underestimating the correctness of the instrumentation and control systems. Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) is a logical way of identifying what equipment in your facility is needed to be maintained on a preventive maintenance before failure. The RCM analysis should also consider that the maintenance budgets are not unlimited, and thus rational basis should be decided what to do and where to expend the most effort. This course elucidates the RCM and its implementation

Objective: You will be able to

After fulfilling the course, the participants would be able to:

  • Know and understand about the basic maintenance and reliability;
  • Know and understand the Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) process;
  • Know and understand the preparation, implementation, and controlling the RCM

Course Contents:

  1. Introduction to Reliability-Centered Maintenance
    1. Maintenance and RCM
    2. RCM the seven basic questions
    3. Applying the RCM process
    4. What RCM achieves
    5. Functions
    6. Functional Failures
    7. Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
    8. Failure Consequences
  2. Proactive Maintenance
    1. Preventive tasks
    2. Predictive tasks
    3. Failure finding
    4. Redesign
  3. Decision Process
    1. Integrating consequences and tasks
    2. The RCM decision process
    3. Completing the decision worksheet
    4. RCM software
  4. Implementing RCM Recommendation
    1. Implementation – the key steps
    2. RCM audit
    3. Work packages
    4. Maintenance planning and control systems
    5. Reporting defects
    6. Actuarial analysis and failure data
  5. Applying the RCM Process
    1. RCM review groups
    2. Facilitators
    3. Implementation strategies
    4. How RCM should not be applied
    5. Building skills in RCM
  6. RCM Monitoring and Trending Strategy
    1. Measuring maintenance performance
    2. Maintenance effectiveness
    3. Maintenance efficiency
    4. Reliability measurement
    5. Monitoring reliability
    6. Maintenance Software

Who Will Benefit

People responsible for equipment asset lifecycle management, from concept to decommissioning.

  • Project Engineers
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Engineering Technicians

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ByAdmin Koma

Gas Insulated Switchgear Operation and Maintenance | G I S

19 February 2020 | 18 Mart 2020 | 15 July 2020

Pelatihan ini dimaksudkan untuk meningkatkan pengetahuan dan wawasan secara komprehensif mengenai Gas Insulated Switchgear dalam sistem tenaga Listrik. 
Topik pelatihan ditekankan pada  Operasi, proteksi dan pemeliharaan peralatan, sehingga diperoleh sistem tenaga listrik yang handal.  Pada pelatihan ini juga diberikan pengetahuan mengenai inspeksi dan maintenance peralatan Gardu Induk.

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Course Overview:

Switchgear plays an important role in the safe and reliable distribution of electrical power. Failure to quickly and efficiently disconnect faults downstream in the network, or a failure within the switchgear itself is costly, resulting in loss of supply, damage to equipment and possible injury, to personnel. It is therefore important that switchgear is selected, installed, operated and maintained correctly, embracing an overall asset management regime that is both economic and effective in securing a high level of system reliability.

Course Contents:

  • Electrical Power System Overview (Substation function, Types of Subatasion)
  • MV/HV Switchgear (Switchgear Requirements, Types of Switchgear, Switchgear Standards)
  • Gas Insulated Switchgear (Gas properties, Gas Handling, Element of GIS, Gas Circuit Breaker)
  • Switchgear Components (Busbar : Simple busbar and substation layouts, Busbar configurations; Disconecting Switch, Earthing Switch, protection equipments : VT’s and CT’s, Fuses)
  • Electrical Power Transformer (Construction, principle of operation, Transformer Spesification, Transformer Conection, Cooling System)
  • Power Circuit Breaker Overview (, Purpose/ Application, Circuit Breaker Construction, Types of Circuit Breaker , Circuit Breaker Operation, Circuit Breaker Selection)
  • Main substation earthing and bonding (Purpose of Earthing, Step and touch potentials , Standards (National/IEEE/IEC), Routine testing and certification of substation earthing)
  • Switchgear Operation (Interlocked System, Rack-in/Rackout, Safety System)
  • Switchgear Protection (Protective Devices, Protective Relays, Surge protection)
  • Insulation Testing (Insulation Resistance Test, Disspation Factor Test, Withstand test
  • Switchgear Component Testing (Busbar test, Circuit breaker Test, Instrument Transformer Test, Relay Test)
  • Switchgear Maintenance (Maintenance Fundamentals, Initial test, Rutine Test, Adjustments)

Who Should Attend?
Technical personnel who are involved in the design, installation, operation and maintenance of Gas Insulated
Switchgear (GIS) and GIS Substations, such as
◊ Power System Planners
◊ Electrical Engineers
◊ Power System Managers and Technical Officers
◊ Construction and Project Managers
◊ Power System O&M Engineers
◊ Power System Consultants

 

 

ByAdmin Koma

Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Process

Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Process

08 Juli 2020 | 05 Agustus 2020 |02 sept 2020 | 07 Oct 2020

 

COURSE OUTLINE:

 Introduction & Pre-Test

  • Physical Properties & Chemistry of Hydrocarbon / Oil & Gas  
    • Molecular weight
    • Vapor pressure,
    • Critical properties,
    • Heat of combustion, etc)
  • Overview of Oil & Gas / Hydrocarbon Processes
    • Well fluid, Gas-Oil SeparatorUnits of Oil Processing Plant,
    • Units of Gas Processing & Conditioning, etc)
  • Production Separator & FWKO
    • 2 & 3-phase separator vertical & horizontal separator,
    • Factors affecting separation,internal & external  separator components,
    • Separator ControlRoutine Checking of Separator, etc)
  • Flash, Scrubber, and Distillation Process
    • Vapor Liquid Equilibrium (VLE) Principles,
    • Phase Behavior, Antoine Equation,
    • Fractionation Process, Tray &  bed columns, etc
  • Gas Sweetening Plant
    •  sour & sweet gas, Amine (MDEA) processes,
    • Acid Gas Pick-up, Operating Problem
    • corrosion, solution degradation, foaming),
    • Amine Reconcentration, etc)
  • Gas Dehydration Plant
    • wet & dry gas,
    • TEG Dehydration System,
    • MEG Injection, Amine Reconcentration, etc)
  • Oil Processing Plant
    • Oil-Water Emulsion, Heater Treater,
    • Emulsion Treater, Desalting,
    • Coalescers, Mercury Removal, etc
  • Low Temperature Separation of Hydrocarbon
    • chiller, refrigeration, etc
  • Plant Piping and Pipelines
    • oil pipeline, gas pipeline,
    • multiphase pipeline & flowline,
    • metal & non-metal pipe, etc)
  • Safety Aspects in Oil & Gas / Hydrocarbon Process
    • fire, explosion, BLEVE, UCVE, LFL/LEL, UFL/UEL, etc)

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ByAdmin Koma

Metering System and Custody Transfer for Oil & Gas

Instructor : Augie Widyotriatmo.ST.MT.PhD

12 May 2020  |  10 June 2020 |08 July 2020 |11 August 2020 |

Venue :  Bandung.

About the Course 

A transaction involving physical transfer of oil and gas from one operator to another is known as Custody Transfer. Accurate metering of the fluids being transferred between the two is therefore of vital importance. This training course will enable metering engineers to gain a knowledge of how fluids are metered in the oil and gas sector.

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OBJECTIVE:
This course is developed for engineers and technicians who need to have a practical knowledge of selection, installation and commissioning of fiscal metering equipment. It is for those primarily involved in achieving effective results in industrial processes. This would involve the design, specification and implementation of control and measurement equipment. The course focuses on practical applications, with special attention to installation considerations and application limitations when selecting or installing different measurement or control instruments for fiscal metering.

COURSE OUTLINE:

   1.Introduction to Fiscal and Custody:

  • Introduction
  • Meter Proving

    2.Basic Fluid Flow:

  • Fluid property
  • Compressible & Incompressible flow
  • Fluid Flow
  • Pipe fluid flow
  • Fluid Flow Measurement
  1. Performance Characteristic of Flowmeter
  • Accuracy
  • Repeatability
  • Performance Measure
  • Calculation
  1. Head Flow Meter
  • Orifice
  • Flow Equation
  • Sizing
  • Secondary Instrument
  1. Calibration of Flow Meters in Air/Gas/Water and Oil Medium
  • Calibration of flow meters using primary & secondary standards
  • Pressure measurement and calibration/calibration of Geometrical parameters
  • Temp measurement and calibration
  • Density measurement and calibration

     6.Turbin Meter

  • Design, Operation, Performance
  1. Standard AGA 3 and AGA-7 AGA-9
  • Introduction to Standard AGA7
  • Meter Tube
  • Volume rate with AGA-7 and API
  • Orifice Sizing Accd.ing to AGA-9 & API

     8.Ultrasonic Flow Meter

  • Basic Principle
  • Time travel Method
  • Performance Requirement
  1. Coriolis Meter
  • Coriolis Flowmeter
  • AGA 11 + API
  1. Proving Flow Meter API
  • Meter Run,. Proving Skid,Meter Proving, Meter Factor,Base Prover. Proving Run,Prover Pass, Prover Round Trip,Proving Counter
  1. Calculation Sample

     3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

  • Email: komacenter@komatraining.co.id | info@komatraining.co.id
  • Phone: +6222 6071430 | 0878 25 777 299
  • Fax: +6222 6071430