ENERGY: Sustainability; Optimisation & Environment

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

Air Distribution & Ventilation

Controls & Instrumentation

Heating

Deaeration & Dirt Separation Techniques

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Length
One hour minimum

Attendees
Mechanical Consultants, Mechanical Contractors,Local Authority Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, Health Care estates.

Location
Usually at client offices or other suitable venue.

Provider
Spirotech UK Ltd

Description
Correct Deaeration & Dirt Separation is essential to achieve longevity of system components, reduce maintenance costs and achieve optimum efficiency. The course explains why Henry's Law is responsible for the problem 'circulating microbubbles', why strainers cannot remove the microscopic dirt particles that cause the most damage to system components and why traditional methods of using chemicals are often ineffective against the ingress of air and dirt. Water is the cheapest component of the system yet when its quality is ignored will cause the most damage and incur the greatest expense.

Course title and key points covered
Deaeration & Dirt Separation Techniques
1. How air becomes present in a system.
2. How dirt particles becomes present in a system.
3. Henry's Law of Physics and how it effects
dissolved gasses.
4. Why traditional strainers are detrimental to
system design.
5. Maximising system efficiencies through improved
water circulation.

Speakers
Martin Wilkinson

Pipework/ Valves/ Pumps, etc.

Building Management / Legislation / Regulation

System Design & Project Management

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CPDs - Deaeration & Dirt Separation Techniques