FERTILIZER INDUSTRY TRAINING COURSES
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PLANT OPERATION EXPERIENCE, CASE STUDIES and LESSONS LEARNED

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WHY CHOOSE FERTILIZER ACADEMY?

Fertilizer Academy is the online training platform for fertilizer industry. Its mission is to share the industry experience, avoid operation mistakes and prevent process incidents.

Fertilizer Academy training courses are prepared by an independent group of senior specialists with extensive experience in design, construction, commissioning, maintenance and operation of ammonia, urea, nitric acid and ammonium nitrate plants. We are not affiliate to an EPC organization or technology licensors and without any corporate constrains, we develop our training courses based on real life experience and incidents case studies.

With careers dating back from 1975, thanks to the latest technologies, we can now share our expertise with the younger generations. Fertilizer Academy training courses cover subject areas like Ammonia and Urea Plant Operation, Process Safety, Incidents and Case Studies, Corrosion and Material Selection, High Pressure Equipment, and others.

Custom made training courses for fertilizer companies are available upon request. Subtitles in various languages can be developed making our training courses available to all operators and engineers worldwide.

Live streaming courses, with simultaneous translation in various languages, making direct interaction with our trainers easy by eliminating language barriers are also available subject to request.

€350
2 modules, 10 lessons

This course will contribute to a better understanding in the root cause and mechanism of ammonia Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC). Information is presented regarding preventive measures and inspection technologies on this failure mode. The target group of this course comprises process, mechanical and inspection engineers of fertilizer plants handling liquid ammonia.

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€400
1 lesson with 7 topics

This training course will discuss the explosion risks in any urea plant. How to read and configure explosion diagrams. In which plant section explosion risks are present and what measures one can take to prevent and mitigate explosions. We will guide you through the process to illustrate where and why explosion risks exist and discuss upset conditions and incidents where an explosion did occur.

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Value Improvement Practices