Pressure Safety Valve Training

Pressure Safety Valve
  • Online (Microsoft Teams)
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  • Velosi is conducting Pressure Safety Valve Training

    A safety valve is a valve that functions as a fail-safe pathway. During the industrial revolution, safety valves were first developed for use on steam boilers. Early boilers were prone to explosion unless they were carefully operated. Spring-loaded and pilot-operated pressure safety valves will be in service for PSV, Pilot-operated relief valves are a subset of pressure relief valves, when the pressure or temperature exceeds preset limits, a pressure relief valve (PRV) automatically releases a substance from a boiler, pressure vessel, or from any other system. A rupture disk is a leak-proof, poor option for single emergency use.

  • By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

    • Identify and determine the different types of PSVs, such as conventional, bellows, and pilot-operated.
    • Evaluate and explain productive function and operation methodologies.
    • State common inadequacy factors.
    • Identify and evaluate PSVs that are conventional, bellows, or pilot operated, testing, and productive certified operations.
    • Productively recognize key elements in strip and refurbishment.
    • Efficiently summarize the reference data and technical recommendations for choosing safety valves for various applications.
    • Deeply understand cover terminology, standards, codes, basic design, troubleshooting, and installation.
  • Training will be conducted via Microsoft Team Meeting. Meeting invites will be shared one day before the first day of training. 

    Face-to-face training is available as per request.

  • 04 Days of training from 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM GST (UAE Time)

    • Presentation Slides
    • Study References
  • Upon successful completion of training, participants will receive a “Pressure Safety Valve Training" course completion certificate.

    • This course is appropriate for a wide range of professionals but not limited to:
    • Individuals seeking knowledge and basic understanding in the oil and gas industry, safety, its application, and methodologies.
    • Individuals working as engineers, project managers, mechanical engineers, technicians, operators, and professionals in the oil and gas industry.
    • Individuals who wish to enhance their career opportunities in the field of oil and gas, and its safety implications.
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Contact us at the Velosi office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.

Fees + VAT as applicable

Tax Registration Number: 100442245500003

(including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily)

Course Outline

    • Devices, concepts, and descriptions.
    • Importance of setting the pressure.
    • Overburdening and accumulation.
    • Counter pressure effects and terminology.
    • Blowdown and reseat pressure.
    • Valve types and components.
    • Disks that rupture and fail.
    • Valve type calculation and selection.
    • Traditional Balanced Pilot methodology.
    • Gas, liquid, steam, and biphasic discharge areas.
    • Usage of multiple valves for execution.
    • Specification for PSV.
    • Optional size selection.
    • Choosing valuable materials.
    • PSV’s necessary accessories.
    • Pilot operated PSVs.
    • PSV testing verification/witnessing.
    • Rupture disks specifications, including types, concepts, and accessories.
    • Disk varieties and their importance.
    • Range of fabrication.
    • Materials for Rupture Tolerance.
    • Accessories for PSV’s.
    • API STD 2000 and ASME I valve.
    • Productive usage of ASME I valves.
    • The use of API STD 2000 valves.
    • Dimensions and specifications.
    • SIL and safety valves.