This GLOMACS Couplings & Shaft Alignment training seminar will provide an overview of coupling designs and applications for transferring the torque and rotation from the driver shaft to the rotating machine: pump, compressor or turbine. The training seminar will indicate the importance of good installation, maintenance and failure analysis of couplings. The topics are specially designed for engineers and technicians that have had limited exposure to couplings and need to upgrade their technical knowledge about coupling characteristics and various operating loads. The focus in the training seminar will be on problem detection, root cause analysis and failure prevention.
Shaft alignment is a technical skill that is categorized as a specialty. It requires measurement instruments and relies on technician’s skill and experience if good results are to be expected on pumps, compressors or turbines. This training seminar will provide an integral training knowledge and experience of shaft alignment to solve misalignment problems in rotating machinery. Emphasis will be on the ways to analyze, identify and correct the root causes of misalignment, unbalancing and vibration in order to achieve smooth operation, and improved machine performance.
This GLOMACS training seminar will include discussions of various real practical problems and case studies from the existing engineering practice, which will be solved in the form of several workshops.
This GLOMACS training seminar will highlight:
- Importance of proper selection of couplings
- Guidelines for coupling installation: mounting and dismounting
- Common coupling problems and potential failures
- Effects of shaft alignment
- Best methods and techniques for measurement of shaft alignment
- Effects of misalignment on pump and compressor operation
At the end of this GLOMACS training seminar, you will learn:
- Guidelines for good coupling installation
- Solving common coupling problems and failure prevention
- Vibration monitoring related to coupling health and machinery performance
- Methods and practices for efficient alignment of rotating machine
- Use of classical reverse dial methodology and modern laser optic technique
This GLOMACS training seminar will be conducted along workshop principles with formal lectures and interactive examples, which will result in the active participation of all delegates in discussions and teamwork of problem solving. Real life examples will be selected to be solved during several workshop in the form of team work which will enable understanding of the physical insight of the problems and will illustrate the efficient application of evaluation tools. There will be ample opportunities for active, open discussions and sharing professional experiences on various industrial applications. All training course materials will be provided.
On completion of this GLOMACS training seminar, the delegate will be able to analyse the operation of rotating machine and associated equipment installed within the organization and suggest potential improvements where required.
The knowledge gained in this GLOMACS training seminar will:
- Enable the delegate to optimize the operation of rotating machine
- Give the delegate confidence to analyse efficiency of machine operation
- Enable measures to improve machine operation for the given application
- Give better handling of machine condition monitoring, maintenance and troubleshooting
- Improved confidence when solving problems of rotating machinery
- Better grasp of how good functioning of rotating machine impacts plant efficiency
- Better knowledge of equipment operation and instrumentation on failure prevention
- Improved personal skills for machine operation analysis
- Better ability to troubleshoot complex and difficult problems
Who Should Attend?
- Professionals dealing with the operation and maintenance of rotating equipment
- New technicians who wish to improve knowledge and skills
- Those who are involved in condition monitoring and vibration analysis
- Maintenance technicians who are in charge of correcting the machinery problems
- Engineers and maintenance planners involved in machine’s condition monitoring