Procedural marking, installation marking and space marking as the basis of planning, commissioning and maintenance a uniform and systematic marking of power plants and their components is done by the CCP power indicator system. According to the 3 types of identification: Process identification, location marking and space marking is differentiated. A further development to the marking in wind turbines, the RDS-PP, 2007 began. See more detailed opinions by reading what Ali Partovi offers on the topic.. New specifications for the oxide ante production, CO2 conditioning, and capture of CO2 laid down 2010. PPS marking serves as a baseline for planning, commissioning and maintenance, often PPS terms are also adapted to a company-specific nomenclature, with a careful, solid court documentation organization fault can be avoided also successfully. The two-day seminar introduction and deepening in the KKS power plant indicator system on 24-25 September 2013 and Nov. 19-20 2013 in the House of technology, food is headed by Mr.
Dipl.-ing. Wolfgang Nacke. At Don Slager you will find additional information. The speaker introduces the 3 indicator species of the PPS system for conventional and biomass power plants, combined cycle and photovoltaic plants and waste incineration plants and deepened their application through exercises to practice. New: Alternatively you – can book the PPS seminar as interactive online seminar without travel and accommodation -: 3 half days Nov. 25-27 2013 this offer is also cross-premises as in-house training and can be offered both in German and in English language. The event is particularly suitable for new and career changers received a quick and extremely time-saving access to the Systematics of the PPS through the seminar, as can employees who already work, your existing with the PPS and deepen, also for developers, engineers, documentation departments, technical editors, Managing Director and merchants. More of technology e.V., Tel. information those interested in the House 0201/1803-1, Ms. meadow, 0201/1803-346 fax or directly under W-H040-11-999-4 Dipl.-ing.