Steam Turbine Operation + Maintenance – US / Canada (STC-224)
This four-day course is intended for operators, mechanics, supervisors, and process and mechanical engineers with emphasis on the practical aspects of machinery operation and maintenance. The first two days in a classroom setting offer 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.
The two-day, hands-on lab gives participants an opportunity to apply knowledge previously learned in the Steam Turbine Operation & Maintenance program. Students are required to make all necessary clearance checks, evaluate the condition of components and keep accurate records of the equipment. Individual tasks are reinforced through various workstations to gain actual assembly/disassembly experience. Specific tasks include: maintenance sequence review; maintenance safety; component removal; inspection; and installation of casing, thrust bearings, journal bearings, shaft seals, rotor, hand valves, nozzle rings, and governor assemblies.
2016 Dresser-Rand Training Catalog
Course Length: 4 Days
Price: $2,585 USD
|Horsham, Pennsylvania, US||Aug 15 - 18|
|Olean, New York, US||Apr 11 - 14, Jun 6 - 9, Oct 17 - 20|