Our Electrical Troubleshooting Training course teaches how important it is to establishing a preventative maintenance program. The most important thing is to maintain the uptime of electrical equipment and significantly reduce both planned and unplanned downtime. Unplanned downtime costs are difficult to calculate, but often significant. For some industries, it can represent 1 to 3 per cent of revenue (potentially 30 per cent to - 40 per cent of profits) annually.
This dynamic and interactive electrical testing and troubleshooting course will review equipment necessary to perform a Site Survey, such as industry oscilloscopes and Multimeters, Power Quality Analyzers, Current Clamp meters, and Mini Infrared Thermometers.
Preventive Electrical Maintenance
Insurance claims data demonstrate that roughly half of the cost associated with electrical failures could be prevented by regular maintenance. To determine the cost of a failure, it helps to consider three key categories: Loss of income due to downtime, cost of labor to troubleshoot, repair and restart and cost of damage equipment.
Inexperience and poor planning will inevitably result in prolonged delays in electrical equipment start up which can lead to costly productivity losses. This course provides invaluable information to anyone who wishes to know and understand the role of Electrical testing and troubleshooting of electric power systems. The importance of planning and preparation for electrical testing projects, from engineering to testing, troubleshooting and commissioning and eventual start up, will be emphasized. This course deals with safety considerations and testing and troubleshooting for all the components of any electrical system.
Our Electrical Troubleshooting Training course will include practical information on how to troubleshoot:
Industrial, commercial and institutional electrical maintenance personnel, plant electricians, electrical testing technicians, testing engineers, electrical technologists, plant managers, operating and maintenance personnel and all individuals involved in electrical equipment maintenance, testing and commissioning.
Introduction to Electrical System Troubleshooting
Electrical Safety Requirements during System installation and Equipment Maintenance
Electrical Testing Low Voltage Equipment
Medium Voltage Equipment Troubleshooting
Remote Instrumentation and On-Line Monitoring Systems
Grounding System Maintenance and Testing requirements
High Voltage Testing and Troubleshooting
Power Transformers Troubleshooting
Start: 8:00 a.m.
Coffee break: 10:00 a.m.
Lunch: 12:00 noon
Finish: 4:30 p.m.