Short Course on Rotary Valve Design, Selection and Operational Issues
How does an engineer decide what type of rotary valve to select?
When faced with a choice of rotor and drive type, venting arrangements, bearing pattern, seal choice, clearances, cleaning features, construction materials etc, it can seem like a minefield when it comes to selecting a rotary valve.
Taking place on 24 November, this one day course, delivered by expert Mike Bradley at the Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology, is aimed to help delegates understand the reasons for the different options and how to select the correct specification.
DMN Westinghouse will demonstrate rotary valve features, explaining what to look for during an inspection and providing general useful information to consider before purchasing such a piece of equipment.
Taking place at the Wolfson Centre in Chatham, Kent delegates will be guided through the technical aspects of technology and given the opportunity to discuss any relevant issues with the experts.
It is recommended for engineers, system designers and maintenance personnel who have responsibility for sourcing, specifying and keeping operational rotary valves as well as for engineers involved in the design of pneumatic conveying systems.
Course fees are £520 per delegate, with discounts available for multiple registrations and returning attendees.
Full course content and registration can be found at https://www.gre.ac.uk/engsci/research/groups/wolfsoncentre/coupro/sc/rotary-valves