Training.

By definition training implies the acquisition and retention of knowledge. In our field this information is often highly technical and often foreign to the people trying to learn it. At Process Engineering we have amassed a great deal of information in our fields of expertise; but in its usual form the information is more easily understood by engineers than by operating personnel. Our mill operating experience has taught us to “speak the language” of operating personnel which enables us to present technical information in a manner that is easily understood.

Every aspect of your training program will be customized to meet your needs.

  • Our instruction can be targeted to supervisors, engineers, or operators.
  • Often the training covers all operating crews and the supervisors.
    • Operator training focuses on those skills necessary to efficiently run and troubleshoot an evaporator.
    • Supervisor & engineer training covers evaporator fundamentals, operating theory, evaluation and troubleshooting techniques.
  • Generally, our training includes both field and classroom sessions.
  • Course instruction is mill specific. Our training is built around equipment actually installed.
  • We provide detailed descriptions of the effect internals and evaporator layout. Each equipment supplier has unique aspects to the design of their equipment.
  • Process flow sheets detailing liquor, condensate, vapor paths for your specific evaporator(s) are provided.
  • Questions & Answer – Every class has ample opportunity for questions and answers.
  • Every participant leaves the course with a detailed course manual.

Click here to see an example operator course outline.