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Fisher FIELDVUE Seminar

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Unleashing the Power of Smart Instrumentation for Control Valve Operation

Get the most from FIELDVUE™ Instrumentation.

Operate your plant efficiently with improved control and minimized unplanned maintenance or downtime.

Attend this free workshop sponsored by RE Mason Company and Emerson.

Learn from the Fisher™ product experts about startup and commissioning, how to set up a monitoring program, how to integrate with various host systems, the basics of safety instrumented systems, and how wireless monitoring works.

Seminar Topics

  • Is this valve good to go? Setup and commissioning practices set the stage for reliable operation and future troubleshooting.
  • That 2 am call from operations.  A step-by-step process to setup or improve a monitoring program. Avoid those unexpected phone calls.
  • Valves that talk  Why isn’t anyone listening to them? A discussion on the methods available to hear and analyze what a valve is saying.
  • SIS Safety Instrumented Systems Shining the light on an SIS system and partial stroke testing.
  • Apologies your CEO does NOT want to deliver. Wireless monitoring technology can keep your plant from being a news tragedy story.
  • Does your valve have a hidden agenda? Using diagnostics to uncover valve problems before they become your problems.
  • Emerson Control Valve Condition Monitoring. Performance & Reliability Monitoring Service


Tuesday, February 20, 2018
RE Mason Office – Charlotte, NC

Who should attend?

  • Lead IE Technicians
  • Maintenance Supervisors
  • Operations Supervisors
  • Process Control and Safety System Engineers


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