Water Journal : Water Journal April 2015
PUMP & PIPING TRAINING www.kasa.com.au KASA Redberg has now finalised its seminar schedule for 2015 and is accepting registrations for the following public seminars: Pump Fundamentals Liquid Piping Systems Fundamentals Brisbane 16 & 17 June 2015 Brisbane 18 & 19 June 2015 Perth 23 & 24 June 2015 Perth 25 & 26 June 2015 Pressure Vessel Design to AS1210 Piping Design to AS4041 & ASME B31.3 Brisbane 13 & 14 July 2015 Brisbane 22 & 23 June 2015 Melbourne 27 & 28 July 2015 Melbourne 29 & 30 June 2015 Perth 3 & 4 August 2015 For more information (including full seminar details) and to obtain registration forms, call KASA Redberg on (02) 9949 9795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.kasa.com.au. Discounts apply for early registrations, dual seminar bookings and multiple registrations from the one organisation. We can also run these seminars at your own workplace or customise them to suit your needs. In addition to our standard public seminar range, we also have other customised seminars that are run regularly at treatment plants and in offices around the country. These seminars include: Pump Basics This one day seminar is run for the benefit of operations and maintenance staff so that they will be better equipped to understand how the common types of pumps should be operated and maintained. A particular emphasis is placed on understanding performance curves and piping system characteristics (e.g. static head, back pressure and head losses versus flow rate) so that trouble-shooting skills can be improved. Water/Wastewater Pumping & Piping Fundamentals Based on a combination of our standard “Pump Fundamentals” and “Liquid Piping Systems Fundamentals”, this seminar is run over two days. The material presented is specifically related to the pumping equipment, piping, valves, instruments, ancillaries and pipeline setups found in municipal treatment plants and pump stations. Many worked example problems are presented which demonstrate the steps involved in designing pumping and piping systems. Troubleshooting tips and potential remedial measures for under-performing systems are also discussed in detail. Mechanical Plant & Equipment This three day seminar is best suited to those who are involved in either the design, operations or maintenance of plant and equipment specifically used for fluid centric processes. Such equipment can be found on larger treatment plants which also incorporate biogas plants. The topics covered include: liquid and gas piping systems, valves, instruments, fuel gas systems, compressed air systems, steam systems, blowers, compressors, pumps, fans, rotary feeders, motors and engines and much more. Safety-in-Design Fundamentals For Australian Designers (e-Learning Course) Our first online (e-learning) course has been up-and-running since March of last year. The purpose of this three hour course is to provide basic instruction and guidance on the WHS obligations of designers in Australia as well as provide recommendations on how best to fulfil these obligations thereby providing safer designs. This course and the training materials are accessed through the KASA Redberg learning management system. Login details are provided to registrants via email after their online payment (i.e. credit card or PayPal) has been processed. The process of registra- tion, payment and receipt of login details only takes a few minutes.
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