Industry Training Opportunities
Burner and Flare Schools
UOP Callidus has developed an advanced curriculum burner, flare, and incinerator technology. Our schools are designed to meet the changing needs of the industry and to train personnel in burner and flare design, operation fundamentals, and product selection. Experts in each of the curriculum fields provide the invaluable instruction.
Our curriculum includes classroom sessions and actual full-sized equipment demonstrations. Classroom instruction combines lecture presentations with video and slide presentations, computer simulations, and displays. Special proprietary computer modeling programs may also be utilized to illustrate various aspects of burner and flare performance.
Burner and flare demonstrations provide the opportunity for data collection that will be analyzed in the classroom sessions. Each student will have the opportunity to play a significant role in the hands on learning experience. The audio/visual and hands-on training provides the student with the latest up-to-date burner, flare and incinerator technology.
The THI/THM Heater School is a unique blend of actual fired heater process and mechanical design course material with discussions of heater operational concerns. The two days include 12 hours of classroom time and 4 hours of shop visits to Tulsa area subcontractors who are involved in heater or heater component manufacturing. We also include all meals, local transportation and a special opportunity to taste local culture at the Woolaroc Museum and dine at the historic Frank Phillips hunting lodge.
Class enrollment is first-come, first-serve, with a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 32 attendees per school.
This seminar will be very informative and beneficial to your evaluations of current and future fired heater projects. The class is provided without charge to accepted registrants, and your company need only to authorize the costs of your transportation and lodging.
Pressure Vessel School
Boardman provides a pressure vessel school that combines both time in the classroom as well as hands on shop experience to be able to apply what was discussed. The shop experience also includes an opportunity to weld sample material using different welding techniques. For the highest value, we keep the class size to less than 25 attendees to ensure a high level of engagement. The instructor is an internationally recognized authority on the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel code, pressure vessel design, fabrication instructor and pressure vessel metallurgist. He will lead discussions on design criteria/calculations, internal & external pressure, fabrication techniques and metallurgy – in addition to other topics.