Lunch & Learn (Online) - Lakeside - Basics of Flow Technologies

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Due to COVID-19 we are temporarily unable to facilitate Industry Tours, Technical Seminars, and traditional Lunch & Learns. During this time we will be organizing a series of online webinars, where you can join in remotely !

Background: Pickering Nuclear Generation Station was commissioned in 1973(Station A)/1986(Station B) and Darlington Nuclear Generation Station in 1993. Primary (Nuclear) Side and Secondary (Steam) Side systems have many components. It's important to have good knowledge about how this equipment works, since it's not always possible to have a look during a Planned Outage, and which equipment is still available in the market, due to the Obsolescence challenge. During regular operation, when a component starts giving warning signs of failure, it's important to start thinking about maintenance, which may require component replacement, to avoid any serious issues down the road.

About: Lakeside Process Control provides variety of Instrumentation & Control equipment, from Temperature / Pressure / Flowrate / Chemistry sensors to Actuators / Regulators / Valves and technology solutions, to help process data. This will be a good opportunity to learn about Lakeside and how different components work.

Topic: Working Principles for Flow Sensors. This session will also offer advice on Installation Best Practices , and an Overview of industry Offerings.

Event Date: Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 11:55am - 1pm

Deadline to sign up: June 18, 2021


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