Engineered Sealing Systems: Basics / 3-Day / 24-26 September 2024, Perth, Australia [Classroom]

Content
1 session

Difficulty
Basic

Instructor
Keith Bolton

Price
$1,625.00

Description

John Crane's three-day, instructor-led Engineered Sealing Systems (ESS) course includes:

 

  •        Seal design and operation
  •        Support systems
  •        Failure analysis and troubleshooting
  •        Seal assembly and seal installation.

 

Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The ESS course includes participant assessments of presented concepts and practical elements. This version delivers the ESS concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates on successful course completion. CEU credits available.

 

Please see the "Content" tab for specific date and time.

 

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John Crane continues to follow local and national guidelines in relation to COVID 19 restrictions.  In the event of a change to such conditions or guidelines, John Crane reserves the right to postpone, reschedule or cancel scheduled training sessions

John Crane is committed to providing courses to all learners that are free from discrimination. They hold themselves, their colleagues, and other participants accountable to ensure a positive learning environment. John Crane has a vested interest in any products discussed in this course.

Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:

  • Articulate the fundamental principles of mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate the appropriate steps and processes for mechanical seal assembly and installation using safe working practices
  • Explain requirements for mechanical seal lubrication and the desirability for and consequences of related leakage
  • Solve issues by applying principles of mechanical seal and support system selection
  • Prepare a report communicating visual indicators of mechanical seal performance issues.
  • Relate seal performance issues to overall system reliability and plant productivity.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Certificate of Completion - FY22+

Learning Credits

CEU
2.0
1.

Engineered Sealing Systems: Basics / 3-Day / 12:30AM - 08:00AM GMT (08:30AM - 04:00PM SGT) / 24-26 September 2024 / Perth, Australia [Classroom]

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