Steam Turbine Operation + Maintenance (STOM-102)

This four-day course emphasizes the practical aspects of machinery operation and maintenance. It is designed for the following groups: operators, supervisors, and mechanical engineers. Three days of classroom training cover the following topics: steam turbine fundamentals; components and functions; applications; equipment variations; steam turbine control systems; detailed operation and maintenance procedures; safety practices; and disassembly, inspection, evaluation, and reassembly sequence. During one day of hands-on training, participants will disassemble and assemble a single-stage steam turbine. Special tasks include maintenance sequence review, maintenance safety, component removal, inspection, and installation of casing, thrust bearings, journal bearings, shaft seals, and nozzle rings assemblies.

2016 Dresser-Rand Training Catalog

Course Length: 2 Days
Price: $1,150

Location Date
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Feb 15 - 16
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada Mar 1 - 2
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