EASA Electric Motor Root Cause Failure Analysis Training and Fundamentals of DC Operation & Repair Tips
We have teamed up with EASA, the world renowned Electro Mechanical authority to host its upcoming UK training sessions at our workshop in Newcastle upon Tyne.
EASA is the international trade organization of more than 1,900 electromechanical firms in 59 countries. Through its many engineering and educational programs, EASA provides members with a means of keeping up to date on materials, equipment, and state-of-the-art technology. The experts in their field they offer training to all involved in electric motor repair and maintenance.
EASA Electric Motor Root Cause Failure Analysis Training 25th & 26th of October 2016
One of the most important factors to consider when repairing motors is to understand why they failed. This seminar will focus on common as well as unusual types of failures broken down by components. This seminar is intended for anyone interested in understanding motor failures, and those who want to address the cause of failure rather than the symptom.
An extensive resource manual includes hundreds of photos of a wide range of failures, with the likely causes listed, and a clear methodology for confirming the probable cause of each failure. Each student will also receive a CD-ROM containing a PDF version of the manual.
Seminar Highlights: Root cause methodology – Bearing failures – Winding failures – Rotor failures – Shaft failures – Mechanical failures DC motor failures – Accessory failures – Case studies.
Click below link to read more about the valuable book provided with this seminar! http://www.easa.com/resources/book/root-cause-failure-analysis
Date, Location & Prices: 25th and 26th of October 2016, Houghton International, Riverside Court, Fisher Street NE6 4LT, £630 GBP (EASA Members) £800 GBP (Non Members) Discounts available on 3 or more staff if registered 6 weeks in advance of the course date!
Fundamentals of DC Operation & Repair Tips Training
The seminar will cover DC machine theory and operation, as well as repair tips. Topics will include testing and winding of armatures, fields, interpoles and compensating windings, machine work, balancing, assembly and final testing.
The theory portion is structured so that it can be grasped by entry-level personnel, while the overall material is WDSXZin- depth enough that those with 30 years of experience or more will benefit.
Partial List Of Topics DC machine operation explained pictorially -Importance of symmetry to proper performance -Disassembly, test & inspection tips -Comparison and explanation of electrical test methods -Data-taking tips, with emphasis on critical information -Commutation and commutation difficulties -Armature and field winding tips -Field compounding -Assembly tips & test methods –Accessories, including tachometers -Troubleshooting techniques
Registration forms available at: http://www.easa9.org/training-2/training-registration-forms/
Date, Location & Prices: 27th & 28th of October 2016, £630 GBP (EASA Members) £800 GBP (Non Members). Houghton International, Riverside Court, Fisher Street Newcastle, NE6 4LT. Discounts available on 3 or more staff if registered 6 weeks in advance of the course date!
About the trainer
The very well known, John Allen. After graduating from UMIST with a BSC in Electrical Engineering & Electronics, John started his working life in 1970 as an electrical design engineer later Chief Engineer for a rotating machine manufacturer. From 1988 to 1996, John was the Regional Director for BERL and from 1996 to 2014, the Technical Director of Dowding & Mills and then Sulzer. John has a very long experience in service facility management, repairing and maintaining rotating machines and Ex equipment. John is an authority in our industry, he is also representing
EASA in IEC Ex committees and working as an independent engineer and Trainer. For more information or to register to attend please contact EASA General Manager, Frederic Beghain on firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about EASA please visit – http://www.easa9.org/