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16 Nov 2020
Oil & Gas Pump Mechanical Sealing – Best Practice – API Plan 53B – Impact of Changes in Ambient Temperature and Alarm Strategies
Event Details: Date: Tuesday 24th November Time: 11am Location: Webinar API Plan 53B has been used since the 1980s, traditionally alarmed with either pressure switches or transmitters. API 682 in 2014 published a more complex alarm strategy considering the effect of ambient…
Oil & Gas Pump Mechanical Sealing – Best Practice – Energy Saving – Mechanical Seals and Piping Plans
Event Details: Date: Tuesday 17th November Time: 11am Location: Webinar API piping plans are widely used to improve seal reliability, however many of these plans have an impact on plant operational efficiency. Options for improvements are discussed. Click here for more information.
Oil & Gas Mechanical Sealing – Best Practice – General Purpose Steam Turbine – Improvements and Energy Saving
Event Details: Date: Tuesday 10th November Time: 11am Location: Webinar General purpose steam turbine drivers are widely used in refinery and petrochemical facilities. The sealing technology used on many machines is a century old. Significant improvements to safety, reliability and efficiency…
Oil & Gas Pump Mechanical Sealing – Best Practice – Sealing Contaminated Services in the Upstream Sector
Event Details: Date: Tuesday 3rd November Time: 11am Location: Webinar Fluids pumped in upstream production facilities are becoming increasingly contaminated. Sealing solutions that on paper appear the most appropriate selection may not be best suited to these contaminated fluids. The various…
Oil & Gas Pump Mechanical Sealing – Rotating & Stationary Flexible Elements -Eliminating Shaft Sleeve Fretting
Event Details: Date: Tuesday 27th October Time: 11am Location: Webinar Traditionally the API type seals marketed have been dominated by rotating seal designs, however recent API publications and market trends have seen stationary seals become more widely used, this webinar will discuss…
Oil & Gas Mechanical Sealing – Best Practice – Dry Gas Seal Repair
Event Details: Date: Tuesday 20th October Time: 12pm Location: Webinar, online Dry Gas Seals found on rotary compression machinery are typically repaired on a structured repair cycle. Most users return the seals to the Original Equipment Manufacturer’s for repair. With…