Endress+Hauser has announced its September 2013 schedule of instrumentation training courses. Courses include a combination of classroom and hands-on training on either the Endress+Hauser Process Training Unit (PTU™), a full-scale, working process skid with on-line instrumentation and controls, or live instruments in training stands, both designed to simulate operating conditions.
 
September 2013 Classes:

Liquid Analytical Measurement School
Monday, September 9, 2013 – Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Mobile, Alabama 36693
The Endress+Hauser A-102 Liquid Analytical Measurement School is designed to provides maintenance and engineering personnel with a basic understanding of numerous analytical technologies, including pH, conductivity and chlorine monitors that apply to virtually any manufacturer's equipment.

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Level School – Introductory
September 10–12, 2013
Matthews, North Carolina 28106

The Endress+Hauser L-101 introductory course for level is designed to provide maintenance and engineering personnel with a basic understanding of level technologies that apply to virtually any manufacturer's equipment. It includes in-depth training on Time of Flight (ToF) technologies that include a variety of radar types as well as ultrasonic level transmitters.

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Basic Instrumentation School
September 17–19, 2013
Chalfont, Pennsylvania 18914

The Endress+Hauser I-101 introductory course to instrumentation is designed to provide maintenance and engineering personnel with a basic understanding of wiring, signals, instrumentation technologies, applications and installations that are applicable to virtually any manufacturer's equipment. Typical troubleshooting procedures for instrumentation will be covered and practiced.

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Basic Instrumentation School
September 23–27, 2013
Gonzales, Louisiana 70737

The Endress+Hauser I-101 introductory course to instrumentation is designed to provide maintenance and engineering personnel with a basic understanding of wiring, signals, instrumentation technologies, applications and installations that are applicable to virtually any manufacturer's equipment. Typical troubleshooting procedures for instrumentation will be covered and practiced.

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Basic Instrumentation School
September 24–26, 2013
La Porte, Texas 77571

The Endress+Hauser I-101 introductory course to instrumentation is designed to provide maintenance and engineering personnel with a basic understanding of wiring, signals, instrumentation technologies, applications and installations that are applicable to virtually any manufacturer's equipment. Typical troubleshooting procedures for instrumentation will be covered and practiced.

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