This course emphasizes technical fundamentals and testing methods for the Sulfur Recovery Unit. SRU equipment design and optimization will be discussed. Capacity Evaluation is included to give the Engineers an overview on how to evaluate process/equipment if they are planning to increase or decrease capacity.
You Will Learn
- SRU Fundamentals and Basic Operations
- SRU Testing Methods and Analysis
- Design and Optimization
- Capacity Evaluation
Who Should Attend
All who are interested in obtaining essential information about SRU fundamentals, basic operations and design. Engineers and operators who are being challenged by changing composition and capacity, those who wanted to learn on how they could optimize or operate the plant to its maximum recovery efficiency. This course will assist all disciplines including process engineers, operation engineers, project engineers, and design engineer or any others that are willing to attend and obtain more information in their field.
Mr. Vicente has extensive knowledge and experience in the sulfur recovery industry having worked with Sulfur Recovery Engineering, Sulfur Engineering Solutions, and now Sulfur Unit a part of Refining Community. Noel has worked in all aspects of the Sulfur Recovery such as Analytical and Field Testing, Operations and Troubleshooting, Pre-Commissioning and Commissioning, Process Engineering and has been involved with the start-up/ shutdown of various refineries and gas plants worldwide.
On top of his credentials, Noel is an experienced instructor/trainer, who is able to make difficult concepts easy to understand for all. He is a “sought-after” instructor, conducting regional and onsite training for sulfur plant operators, engineers and key staff for refineries and sour gas processors around the world. Noel also teaches fundamental engineering theory review courses to foreign trained engineers.
Date: May 3, 2019