Trap Management Training

Skill Development and Training

Armstrong University gives you easy, online access to more than a century of in-depth knowledge and experience.

At Armstrong, we're committed to sharing all that we've learned to help you make the smartest possible decisions for your institution. We offer online courses, training, seminars, on-demand webinars, and educational packages that provide industry-specific content and learning opportunities to help you address tough, everyday issues.

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Our extensive curriculum is conveniently available on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

The coursework found in Armstrong University has been carefully developed by energy and thermal utility system specialists and leading technical experts with 2,000 years of collective, practical experience. The result is an extensive curriculum that spans multiple colleges of learning and over 100 courses of study, including free introductory courses, intermediate and advanced courses, and courses that qualify for Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

  • Customized Online Courses—Armstrong University can customize an online curriculum for your organization, to be delivered at your site or one of our global learning centers, whichever is most convenient.
  • Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Courses—Choose from over 145 online courses in steam and condensate, humidification, hot water, water treatment, refrigeration, flow measurement, environmental health and safety, and more.
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Global Learning Centers

Trap Survey School and Other Onsite Training Opportunities are Available in Our Global Learning Centers

Armstrong has state-of-the-art Global Learning Centers throughout the world. Locations include: Three Rivers, Michigan (USA); Liege, Belgium; Beijing, China; Nagoya, Japan; and soon in Guadalajara, Mexico. Contact your Armstrong representative for more information.


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Steam Traps

Learn about: the purpose of steam traps, steam trap types, how to size and select traps, and typical maintenance and preventative measures.

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Testing Steam Traps

Learn about: reasons for steam trap testing, economics of energy savings associated with repair or replacement of failed traps, how to test common types of traps and recommended frequency.

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College of Steam Users Package

Includes 12 courses. Lessons cover typical steam users in industrial and institutional environments. Other areas of focus include heat exchangers, steam tracing, control valves, steam traps and more.

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O&M Best Practices for Steam Users

Topics include: the importance of steam user quality, identification of key performance indicators, best practices for steam users, equipment maintenance and routine checks, and key attributes of standard operating procedures.

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Water Hammer

Find out about the basic mechanics of water hammer; learn to identify conditions conducive to water hammer and how to apply preventative solutions.

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Smart Solutions

This course will discuss: smart solutions and industry applications, how smart solutions can help identify system issues and reduce energy costs, the basics of wire technology, and the value of steam asset management.

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Contact Your Armstrong Rep

If you're interested in having Armstrong manage your trap population for you, or you're ready to know more about tools and training to start your own program, contact your rep for more details.

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Case Studies

Comprehensive Training for More Than 1,000 Employees of Large Steel Manufacturer

ArcelorMittal Steel North America, West Virginia – Ohio, U.S.

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University's Facilities and Maintenance Staff Utilizes Armstrong's Online Training Curriculum

University of Texas at Austin, Texas, U.S.

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Armstrong University Online Courses Supplement College Lectures for Piping Apprenticeship Training

Camosun College, British Columbia, Canada

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