This course provide participants with hand-on technical skills on troubleshooting faults in process equipment like pumps, agitator, mixers, piping system, power and electrical control components etc.. The use of standard schematic diagram forms the basic guideline to analyzing system operation as well as failures.
At the end of the program participant will
Understand the basic principle of typical process sensor
Acquire troubleshooting skill for 3 phase AC facilities and equipment’s
Be able to Measure and test electrical parameter
Be Acquainted with mechanical faults associated with process facilities and equipment’s
Designed for electrical/ maintenance personnel who already have a good understanding of electrical systems.
Review of basic electrical troubleshooting
Introduction to advance troubleshooting
Review of Interpretation of electrical schematic diagram
Wiring, Terminal Blocks, Wire Connectors
Principles of Typical process equipment’s and facilities
Pump, Agitator, Heaters
Instrument testing and measurement of electrical parameters-
Operate the system remotely or locally
Take Voltage, Resistance and Current
measurements with a multimeter
Inspect, Repair and Replace components
Disconnect and ring out wires.
Principles of input transducers and sensors
Temperature, Float, and Selector Switches
Relays, Timers, Pushbuttons
Solenoid Valves, Fuses, Indicators,
Hand – on troubleshooting practice