Carbon Scout Operator Training
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Welcome to the Carbon Scout Operator Course! This program is designed to provide you with in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Carbon Scout, a real-time instrument used in carbon-in-leach and carbon-in-pulp circuits. Throughout this course, you will explore the various components of the Carbon Scout, as well as learn about important safety considerations and operational procedures.
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This course consists of 8 modules, each module includes an explanatory video and a quiz. Modules included in the course are:
Module 1: What is a Carbon Scout?
In this module, we will delve into the fundamental aspects of the Carbon Scout. You will discover its main purpose, which is to measure the carbon concentration and other variables in carbon-in-leach and carbon-in-pulp circuits.
Module 2: Safety
Safety is of paramount importance when working with the Carbon Scout. In this module, we will explore the energy sources present in the Carbon Scout and the hazards associated with normal operation and maintenance. You will also learn about the safety features implemented to prevent radiation exposure and the recommended personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure a safe working environment.
Module 3: Components
Understanding the components of the Carbon Scout is essential for its proper operation. In this module, we will discuss key aspects such as sample volume, XRF testing, measuring slurry density, and the purpose of various components like the laser, air shot, strainer, and more.
Module 4: Sample Sequence
The sample sequence is a crucial part of the Carbon Scout’s operation. In this module, we will explore the different steps involved in the sample collection process, including the AutoStart feature, purging the sample line, laser measurements, and analysing the collected samples.
Module 5: HMI Operator Interface
The HMI (Human-Machine Interface) is the operator’s gateway to interacting with the Carbon Scout. In this module, we will guide you through the various features and functionalities of the HMI. You will learn how to access different pages, navigate between interfaces, analyse data, and perform maintenance tasks.
Module 6: Settings
This module explores the advanced features and customisation options available with the Carbon Scout. It covers topics such as configuring alarm settings, customizing reports, accessing historical data, and integrating the Carbon Scout with other systems. You will gain a deeper understanding of the Carbon Scout’s capabilities and learn how to tailor its functions to suit specific operational needs.
Module 7: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
In this module, you will learn about troubleshooting common issues that may arise during the operation of the Carbon Scout. It covers topics such as identifying and resolving system errors, diagnosing faulty components, and performing routine maintenance tasks.
Module 8: Calibration and Verification
This module focuses on the calibration and verification processes of the Carbon Scout. It covers topics such as the importance of calibration, the calibration procedure, verifying accuracy, and ensuring reliable measurements. By understanding these concepts, you will be able to maintain the Carbon Scout’s performance and ensure accurate carbon concentration readings.