Training / Customer SeminarsDe Dietrich Process Systems offers a variety of training seminars for customers who want to better acquaint themselves with the usage, handling, and maintenance of the equipment and systems they've purchased. All seminars include hands-on training, hand-out reference material and video presentations. DDPS can also create a customized seminar is that tailored to the specific needs of your company. Our general topics include:
Who should attendAnyone who either does not have any prior knowledge of glass-lined steel process equipment or desires a refresher of the fundamentals of glass-lined steel, maintenance and repair of the lining.
- The glass lining process including benefits and specifications
- Safety procedures before entry, during repairs, at completion of work
- Testing and inspection including spark testing (AC vs. DC), thickness gauging and visual inspection
- Failure analysis, typical and atypical
- Repair procedures and products including tools, preparation, plugs, patches, sleeves, boots and materials of construction (tantalum, PTFE and cements)
- Operator maintenance.
- Preventive maintenance (prolonging the life of glass-lined equipment)
- Hands-on training on the installation of three piece plugs
Who should attendAnyone who either does not have any prior knowledge of the rigging and handling guidelines or desires a refresher course in the fundamentals of this type of work involving glass-lined steel process equipment.
- Introduction to glass-lined steel equipment
- Introduction to general rigging and handling guidelines
- Review of inspection points
- Handling precautions including equipment requirements
- Preparing and making the lift on reactors, tanks, columns, and accessories
Who should attendAny maintenance individual responsible for the installation and/or removal of GlasLock blades.
- Review of the agitator components, shaft and blades
- Safety procedures on set-up, during assembly/disassembly and completion of work
- Video presentation and hand-out technical bulletin
- Hands-on training on the removal and installation of a blade
Who should attendAnyone who either does not have any prior knowledge of series 60 drive and seal or desires a refresher course in the fundamentals of series 60 drives and seals, maintenance and seal replacement.
- Safety procedures before disassembly, during repairs and at completion of work
- Background on Series 60 drive and non-metallic lubricated and dry-running mechanical seals
- Review of seal types, advantages and disadvantages
- Drawing review of various assemblies, terminology of parts and breakdown of components required
- Operator maintenance
- Video presentation and hand-out reference manuals
- Hands-on training on the removal and installation of mechanical seal