INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN COURSE

Instrumentation is defined as the art and science of measurement and control of process variables within a production or manufacturing area. We offer instrumentation design course that covers the key aspects of current instrumentation and process control technology and is designed to enable maintenance personnel to carry out commissioning, calibration and maintenance of the typical devices used for measurement and control in industrial systems.

 


 

Short Term Course of Instrumentation Design Engineering Course  

 

Course Mode Duration
Instrumentation Design Course Regular Mode 45 Days
Instrumentation Design Course Part Time 2 - 3 Months
Instrumentation Design Course Sundays 4 Months
Instrumentation Design Course Correspondence / Distance 4 Months



Course's Summary of Instrumentation Design Engineering

  • Field Instruments specifications and Detailed Engineering of PLC.
  • Input/output (I/O) listing.
  • Review of P & I drawings.
  • Final Loop diagrams and interlock schematics.
  • Instrument Index.
  • Preliminary Interlock Diagrams.
  • Junction Box schedule and Preliminary Cable Layout.
  • BOQ for Erection tender, typical installation drawing.
  • Inviting quotation for Erection contract and Bid evaluation.
  • Technical discussion and recommendation for placing orders.
  • Specifications of PLC Panel.
  • Inviting quotation for Erection contract and Bid evaluation.
  • Preparation of bid documents for PLC Panel.
  • BOQ for Erection tender, typical installation drawing.

Features of Instrumentation Design Course
  • An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institute
  • Engineering Design Courses syllabus as per standard & Code of API & ASME
  • Our Faculties have more then 5 to 10+ year industrial experience
  • Printed Study Materials
  • All Courses are based upon Real Projects
  • 100% Job oriented training program
  • Accommodation is available for outstation candidates.

Career Opportunities:

The field of pipe drafting and design includes the widest range of opportunities of any field of design drafting. They include:

  • Power plants
  • Petrochemical complex
  • Pulp and paper plants
  • Fertilizer plants
  • Pipe systems for hospitals and high-rise
  • Office buildings
  • Pharmaceutical plants
  • Food and beverage plants
  • Synthetic fuel plants
  • Offshore platforms
  • Pipeline installations
  • Water treatment facilities
  • Environmental waste disposal