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SEI Short Courses - February 2019

The SEI offers a range of technical sessions and provides hands-on training from industry experts. Register in one or more short-courses...
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SEI Short Courses - February 2019

Time & Location

Feb 26, 2019, 9:00 AM – Feb 28, 2019, 4:00 PM
Seward County Community College, 2215 N. Kansas, Liberal, KS 67901

About The Event

Southwest Energy Short-Courses:

The SEI offers a range of technical sessions and provides hands-on training from industry experts. Register in one or more short-courses:

SEI: Fisher Valve Maintenance

In this two-day course, participants will review the most common maintenance items on Fisher E body and Vee-ball type valves. This course will not go into details on positioners. A positioner course will be offered on a later date TBD. Day one will consist of evaluation of sliding stem actuators, E body Fisher valves, inspection and adjustment of stem packing assemblies, removal and replacement of packing with inspection of the packing area on the valve bonnet, and proper bench setting methods. Day two will cover evaluation of rotary actuators and Vee-Ball Fisher valves, inspection and adjustment of stem packing and bushings, removal and replacement of packing with inspection of the packing area on the valve bonnet, and proper bench setting methods. This course will be taught by a Fisher Senior Technician. Attendees will receive a certificate for the two-day course. Fee: $150; 2 sessions; R. Hansen; CRN# 10795; T-W; Feb. 26-27; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; TB152

SEI: 2-Cycle Engine – Fee: $49; 1 session; C. Lamberson; CRN#10806; Feb. 27; 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.; TB156

SEI: 4-Cycle Engine – Fee: $49; 1 session; C. Lamberson; CRN#10807; Feb. 27; 1 p.m.-3:30; Fee: $49

Register for 2-Cylce and 4-Cycle Engine and SAVE! Pay $79 for BOTH technical sessions.

SEI: Regulator Training

This training will review spring operated regulator operation, pilot loading regulator operation, and troubleshooting. Other topics will include: pilot unloading regulator operation troubleshooting; over pressure protection, IRV and external relief; external relief operation (pilot and spring operated); working and passive monitor regulator sets, operation and troubleshooting (with demo unit); 441 and 461SP operation, tear down (seat setting) and troubleshooting; Fisher 299 operation, troubleshooting (external/internal control line); Fisher 99 tear down and troubleshooting (if time permits); and tear down and troubleshooting of Mooney and EZR regulators. Fee: $79; 1 session; M. Holsten; CRN#10796; TH; Feb. 28; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; TB152

SEI: Emission Control for Natural Gas Compression Engines

The fuel gas composition also has an impact on correctly tuning a natural gas engine. This course will assist the technician in obtaining and maintaining the correct exhaust emissions for natural gas compressor engines while maintaining rated horsepower and expected engine life. Different emission control technologies and adjustments have to be applied to natural gas engines depending on their required air-to-fuel (A/F) ratio based on local and state permitted exhaust emissions. Fee: $79; 1 session; K. Davis and J. Plummer; CRN#10797; TH; Feb. 28; 1-4 p.m.; TB156

Tickets
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  • Fisher Valve Maintenance
    $150
    $150
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  • 2-Cycle Engine
    $49
    $49
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    $0
  • 4-Cycle Engine
    $49
    $49
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    $0
  • 2-Cycle & 4-Cycle Engines
    $79
    $79
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    $0
  • Regulator Training
    $79
    $79
    0
    $0
  • Emission Control for NGCT Eng.
    $79
    $79
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    $0
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