AVK Control Valve Training
AVK UK offer comprehensive Series 859 control valve training at their modern facility just off Junction 29A of the M1 near Chesterfield.
The facility can accommodate large or small groups for classroom based theory training, and hands-on training for a variety of AVK control valves on their impressive test rig.
With many different types of control valves available, candidates can get detailed training component-by-component of each valve variant to achieve a thorough understanding of how the valve works, it’s operation and maintenance requirements.
The test rig at AVK has the ability to deliver 240mhd and run valves from 50mm to 300mm. AVK can also offer practical training for all types of S859 valves including; Pressure Reducing Valves, Pressure Relief Valves, Pressure Sustaining Valves, Float Level Control Valves, Altitude Valves and Constant Flow Valves. There are also options to work on the rig with a multitude of special valves and controllers should this be required.
AVK offer comprehensive product training covering all your requirements from in-depth theoretical and hands-on training for a multitude of Series 859 control valve variants, to basic introductions to one variant in particular.
These courses can be tailor-made to suit your S859 requirements and can be held over any time period from a few hours to two full days. The courses can be planned to suit the needs of anybody using S859 control valves for a variety of reasons.
Popular courses include:
PRV maintenance and troubleshooting
Valve Selection and Sizing
Basic and Comprehensive Control Valve Overview
...but we can accommodate any itinerary to suit your needs.
If you would like to book a training course please contact David Hurley, AVK Technical Manager:
M: +44 7983 706675, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
David also presents the AVK range of informative control valve videos - click on this link.
Click here for the full range of AVK Control Valves
Also try our Interactive Control Valve Specification Tool to assist in selecting the correct valve for your application.