Cook Compression U:
Addressing Common Reciprocating Compressor Challenges

Cook Compression U is a webinar series designed to give you knowledge and tools to evaluate your compressors’ operation and make decisions that drive profit.

In this series, experienced members of our U.K. engineering team will discuss some of the most common reciprocating compressor challenges, as well as best practices and proven solutions for improving valve reliability, extending wear component life and limiting compressor leakage. Each 1-hour session will provide an opportunity for you to ask questions.

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Addressing Common Reciprocating Compressor Challenges

Improve Valve Reliability
February 10 | 1pm – 2pm (GMT)

For most compressor operators, valve failure is the most common cause of unplanned compressor shutdowns. Attend our 1-hour webinar to better understand why valve failures are so common and what you can do about it. We will address best practices for valve maintenance, as well as how to evaluate when a valve upgrade may become the more economical solution. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions of our experts.

Extend Wear Component Life
February 17 | 1pm – 2pm (GMT)

Like compressor valves, pressure packing cases, piston rings and rider bands will see many millions of cycles per year and are critical compressor components. Explore the factors affecting component life, review maintenance best practices, and assess possible modifications that can help extend your maintenance intervals.

Limit Packing Case Leakage
February 24 | 1pm – 2pm (GMT)

The packing case is the primary source of reciprocating compressor fugitive emissions. This webinar will cover the fundamentals of packing case operation and discuss three ways to reduce leakage along the piston rod. Among the topics, we will cover effective packing case sealing when a compressor is in standby mode.

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