• New perspective on troubleshooting mechanical and rotating equipment.•
• New perspective on troubleshooting mechanical and rotating equipment. • Basic mechanical applications, failures, life expectancy and maintenance of shafts, bearings, couplings, chains, sprockets, bushings, gears, belts, sheaves and other mechanical components. • Understanding the behavior and failure modes of rotating equipment. • Maximizing the efficiency and potential of rotating equipment. • Enhancing ability to reduce equipment failure and down-time. • Gas compression and treatment systems. • Using creative thinking in problem solving. • Troubleshooting pumps problems. • Optimizing the operation and maintenance of different types of pumps.
Rotating Equipment Understanding machine components and failure mechanism • Introduction of all types of rotating equipment • The maintenance educational component (MEC) • Bearings • Measurement of critical components • Shafting • Housing • Lubrications • Shaft couplings • Belts • Chain drives • Positive drive belts • Gears and gearing
Trouble shooting faults and applying corrective action • Other rotating equipment • Vibration analysis • Fast fault finding • Acoustical troubleshooting • Infra-red inspection • Oil analysis • Motors • Megger testing • Troubleshooting trees • Basic troubleshooting • Pumps, blowers and fans
Oil and gas compressor Types of compressors • Centrifugal compressors • Diagonal or mixed – flow compressors • Axial – flow compressors • Reciprocating compressors • Rotary screw compressors • Rotary vane compressors • Scroll compressors • Diaphragm compressors • Air bubble compressors
Temperature Staged compression • Prime movers • Multiple compressor configurations
Oil and gas pump Types of pumps • Introduction • Pump types and Terminology • Centrifugal, Reciprocating and Rotating pumps • Pump selection and application • Pump installation, operation, and maintenance considerations • Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) • Pump Performance ( Centrifugal and Positive Displacement)
Centrifugal Pumps • Centrifugal Pump Theory • Pump Wear Rings and Balance Lines • Multi Stage Pumps • Performance Analysis and • Failure Mechanisms Identification and Monitoring
Seals and Bearings • Conventional Packing Glands • Mechanical Seals • Seal Failure Mechanisms • Maintenance and Repair of Mechanical Seals
Who Should Attend ?
Technicians and Operators Graduate Engineers Mechanical and Process Engineers Plant Engineers responsible for operations, maintenance and troubleshooting Maintenance and Instrumentation Professionals Technologists and Facility Operators Supervisors, Team and Project Leaders