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Bürkert offer a free one-day sensors training course

09 January 2014

Due to the popularity of the free sensors training course last year, Bürkert UK is offering the same free to attend sensors training course in its training centre at the Cirencester headquarters on Wednesday 26th or Thursday 27th February 2014…. book your place now! 

This is a one day training course run on consecutive days and covers theory and practical learning.

Subjects covered include: Introduction to Sensors – Basics of flow management, compare & contrast different flow principles and what is the most cost effective & accurate solution.

Various applications, including Massflow – Meters, Controllers: What are they and where is it appropriate to use them.

Optimisation focus on choosing the most appropriate level measuring principle and using instruments for analysis & monitoring.

Specifically aimed at end users in the UK and Ireland who are involved in the design, installation, commissioning & service of sensor systems.

Courses run by experienced personnel from Bürkert. The course is FREE to attend.

There are scheduled breaks throughout the day with refreshments provided. Each attendee will receive a Bürkert Pack with various useful goodies and training notes to take away for future use.

Places are limited, so please contact Helen Christopher, Bürkert UK Marketing Manager: Tel: 01285 648720 E-mail: to reserve your place.

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