KELTON are delighted to announce their involvement at the 2nd ISA Oman Section Event taking place in the Grand Millennium Hotel, Muscat, from 28 February to 1 March 2018.
As part of the event, KELTON Measurement Consultant Derek Scott will be delivering an anticipated paper on flow measurement (Day One, Session Two), addressing issues and challenges around Functional Design Specifications (FDS), Factory Acceptance Tests (FATs) and Site Acceptance Tests (SATs). “After the development of the FDS, a crucial part of any metering system implementation is the FAT and SAT”, Derek explains. The paper focuses on the central question of why the same mistakes seem to keep being made time and again despite the increasing number of FATs and SATs that have been carried out. “Time delays, non-operational equipment, unexpected changes and inexperienced personnel all have an impact on a successful FAT, SAT, and the handover of the operational system”, the synopsis of the paper concludes. In the presentation, KELTON will discuss their experience and involvement in FDSs, FATs and SATs, as well as the common pitfalls encountered around them.
Further to listening in on this highly relevant topic, attendees of the event will also have the opportunity to speak to KELTON measurement experts Mohamad El Nachar, Measurement Engineer, and Donald Angus, Business Manager Middle East, directly about any requirements or concerns they have with regards to their flow measurement. No matter if questions relate to Consultancy Services, Software or Desktop Applications – our experts are best positioned to help you with your queries.
You can find KELTON together with Mohan Joseph, representing local Partner PSC, in Booth B2 in the exhibition hall.
Prior to the event, KELTON are also holding a two-day Flow Measurement Training in the Park Inn in Muscat on 26 and 27 February. Derek and Donald will take participants along as they explore each of the measuring devices that can meet current international standards. These devices are globally recognised, and operate within the stringent norms of accuracy, repeatability, and auditability, and our experts will focus on transferring the knowledge that is relevant and applicable to attendees. Highlights of the seminar include:
Fiscal measuring technologies currently utilised
The operating principle of each technology with respect to performance, properties, uses, application, installation, calibration, advantages and disadvantages
How to select the best device for the task at hand
Understand proving, calibration, maintenance, meter runs and other aspects that go together with fiscal flow measurement
Due to great interest, this seminar has already been fully booked. However, KELTON regularly run training courses in varying locations throughout the year, so get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org to stay up to date with all of our future training dates and locations.