Instrument Technician

Instrument TechnicianPurpose

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 Technician will be more in demand in days to come. An Instrument Technician  install, repair, maintain and adjust instruments used to measure and control industrial processes such as typically used for controlling factors like the flow of gases or liquids, temperature of materials or stages of a pressure, maintained during manufacturing level of a material used, or created during a process.

Target Audience


Course Content

Analysis of series and parallel circuits
• Measurement of AC and DC circuit parameters, resistance and inductance
• Principles of controller modes
• Principles of feedback, cascade, and ratio control
• Calibration of pneumatic and electronic controllers
• Applications of various control valve bodies
• Selection of control valve flow characteristics
• Selection, servicing and installation of control valves and accessories
• Discussion of control valve problems, flashing, cavitation, noise
• Methods to eliminate or minimize control valve problems
• Study of control strategies including feed forward control, selective, override and multivariable control
• Controller tuning using simulation software to implement various tuning methods
• Alignment, calibration and circuit analysis of electronic analog controllers
• Principles of digital controllers, smart transmitters and smart control valves
• Construction of electrical process loop wiring diagrams and piping and instrument drawings (P&IDs)
• Configuring of capacitance, thermal and resistive level transmitters
• Configuring of density transmitters
• Configuring of temperature transmitters
• Configuring a HART (Highway Addressable Transducer) Vortex flow meter
• Configure a mass flow meter
• Configuring of magnetic flow transmitters
• Configuring of ultrasonic & flow transmitters
• Introduction to Principles of Measurement of Level, Pressure, Flow and Temperature
• Calibration and testing of Pneumatic and Electronic Process Instruments
• Installation of Various Process Instruments
• Introduction to Impulse tube fittings and tubing
• Introduction to Principles of Controller Modes
• Principles of Feedback, Cascade, and Ratio Controllers
• Introduction of various types of Control Valves and their bodies part
• Selection, servicing and installation of control valves and accessories
• Introduction to Process Loop Wiring Diagrams, Piping and Instrument Drawings (P&IDs)
• Introduction to HART Communicator Configuration of various types of Process Instruments using HART Communicator
• Introduction to PLC and DCS
• Fault Finding and Trouble Shooting
• Maintenance, Breakdown Maintenance, Preparation of Calibration set up, Online testing Procedure, Trouble shooting of control panels & functions, Procedure of ISO calibration methods, Overhauling of all type of instruments
• Introduction to Various Types of Panel Instrument Calibration, Termination, loop checking, Commissioning procedure & online trouble shooting, Online PID values function
• Principles of measurement of level, pressure, flow, and temperature
• Calibration of pneumatic recorders, transmitters, pressure gauges and flow meters
• Installation of thermocouples and RTDs for temperature measurement


Class Room Training  – 1 Month

Site Project Training – 4 Months

Instrument technician apply their knowledge of electrical engineering to monitor and manipulate various machine-run systems. They may work with automated equipment in manufacturing or assembly plants, waste-water treatment facilities and nuclear power plants. Responsibilities include setting up and testing equipment, analyzing data, sketching plans and writing reports.  

CourseFee INRDurationCourse TimingDate CommenceRemarks
Instrument Technician50,000
5 months10:00-18:00