Establishing preventative maintenance programs is becoming critical to maintaining the uptime of electrical equipment and can 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.
The 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.
Design engineers, electrical engineers, commissioning and testing engineers, consulting engineers, electrical technologists, project managers, project engineers, plant managers, operating and maintenance personnel and all individuals involved in electrical equipment maintenance, testing and commissioning project execution.
Power Quality and UPS Training
Electrical Distribution Systems
Power System Disturbances
Troubleshooting Transient Overvoltage Problems
Troubleshooting Harmonics in the Power System
Corrective Measures for Power Disturbances
Troubleshooting Electrical Grounding Systems
Troubleshooting Telecommunications Sites
Troubleshooting Industrial Plants (Site Survey)
Troubleshooting Three-Phase Loads
Motor Adjustable speed Drivers (ASD)
TROUBLESHOOTING CASE HISTORIES
Review of expectations
Questions and Answers
Start: 8:00 a.m.
Coffee break: 10:00 a.m.
Lunch: 12:00 noon
Finish: 4:30 p.m.