Country is progressing towards being a manufacturing hub for the world and there will be need for trained manpower to run the automated industries of modern days. So an Instrument Engineer will be more in demand in days to come. An instrument engineer could be responsible for any part of the lifecycle of a control process. They can be tasked with planning, design, development, and installation of a new process. They could also monitor, maintain and manage teams responsible for control systems already in place
Fresh / Experienced Engineers having BE / B TECH / DIPLOMA (INSTRUMENTS / ELECTRICAL/ TELECOMMINICATION/ ELECTRONICS)
i) Introduction to SHE while working in Industrial Safety Awareness. Introduction to operation, Programming &Trouble Shooting of DCS, SCADA & PLC.
ii) Study of P&ID’s, Instrument Index, Instrument Specifications, Loop Wiring Diagrams, Panel Diagrams & Drawing, Plot Plan, Instrument Specification , Check List Preparations, Impulse Line Testing, Bill Of Material & Hook Up Drawing.
iii) Introduction and calibration of various Types of Field instruments, Selections and their Preventive maintenance, Breakdown Maintenance.
iv) Introduction to Various Types of Panel Instrument Calibration, Termination, loop checking, Commissioning procedure & online trouble shooting, Online PID values function.
v) Project report preparation, Project detail engineering and Execution.
Class Room Training – 1 Month
Site Project Training – 4 Months
As an instrument engineer, there are few things that you need to know to work in our workplace. The major thing being the process of the plant in which we work. It can be a small shop floor to a huge oil field.
You may be part of a product development group which develops automation products for industries or we may be part of the design and development team which does the detailed engineering or we may be part of maintenance for plants like cement plant, sugar plant, power plant, oil and gas, refineries, etc.
Your job lies somewhere in every aspect of a process as long as it needs process control to control, maintain and sustain process through instruments, we need to understand the process which gives a better edge in the work we do.
Instrumentation has its reach from the simple valve on/off control to complex logic implementation for closed-loop analysis which puts the instrumentation team in control of the whole process.
There is also the usage of PLC/DCS in automation industries to ease the plant operations which again is part of the instrumentation team’s job as only an instrument engineer knows about the process in and out.
|Course||Fee INR||Duration||Course Timing||Date Commence||Remarks|
|Instrument Engineer||60,000||5 months||10:00-18:00|