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Offering Training

Advanced Commissioning

DESCRIPTION

This course covers the final stage of installing a fire detection and alarm system before handing over the completed system to the client and responsible person. The unit covers all aspects of commissioning from testing components and circuits, through the operation of ancillary equipment and communication with alarm receiving centres to the final documentation and handover. This course has a generic content and is not restricted to specific products.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This unit is designed to benefit commissioning engineers, it is a generic course and not limited to individual products, as such the course will suit engineers across the range of system suppliers.

SUMMARY OUTLINE

  1. Workmanship
  2. Labelling
  3. Component checks
  4. Component functionality
  5. Sound audibility
  6. Battery capacity
  7. Circuit performance and functions
  8. Site “as fitted” diagrams
  9. Operation of ancillary equipment
  10. Transmission to an alarm receiving centre
  11. Documentation and system hand over

 

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

v  Presentation

v  Discuss

v  Case Study

v  Evaluation

v  Simulation

Teguh Santoso, Ir

 

Teguh Santoso experienced more than 27 years in electrical.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Jentra Dagen Hotel

Jl. Dagen 85 Malioboro Yogyakarta,

29-31 Januari 2013

26-28 Februari 2013

26-28 Maret 2013

23-25 April 2013

28-30 Mei 2013

26-28 Juni 2013

14-16 Agustus 2013

27-29 Agustus 2013

25-27 September 2013

23-25 Oktober 2013

26-28 November 2013

18-20 Desember 2013

 

3 days

08 am – 04 pm

In House Training:

Depend on request

 

IDR 6,500,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

¨  Module / Handout

¨  Certificate

¨  Souvenir

¨  Training Kit

cp : 087738629599 / 081229832601

 

 

 

Offering Training

AC Motor

DESCRIPTION

This course focuses on the AC induction motor, the most common motor used in industry. Most of the failures of AC motors can be attributed to either improper installation or improper application. Information on the motor nameplate can provide the answer to many of the mechanical drive problems that plague your company.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Engineering and design personnel
  • Maintenance and technical services personnel
  • Process and operations personnel
  • Technical and process managers
  • Engineering and design personnel
  • Electrical consulting engineers
  • Electrical contractors

SUMMARY OUTLINE

  1. Introduction
  • Common Electric Motors Used in Industry
  • Basic Operation of a 3-phase Induction Motor
  • Components of an AC Induction Motor

 

  1. Rated Voltage
  • Rated Voltage vs. System Voltage
  • Motor Voltage Selection Based on Horsepower Rating
  • Common Hi/Low Volts Connections
  • Effects of Variation from Rated Voltage
  • Unbalanced Voltage Problems

 

  1. Full Load Amps, Service Factor, and KVA Code
  • Nameplate vs. Estimated Rating
  • Service Factor and Allowable Overload Current
  • Locked-rotor (KVA) Code
  • High KVA Code and Nuisance Trips

 

  1. Rated Frequency and Number of Phases
  • Advantages of Three Phase Motors
  • U.S. (60 Hz) vs. European (50 Hz) Standards

 

  1. Rated Full Load Speed (RPM)
  • Poles, Synchronous Speed and Rotor Slip
  • Common Multiple Speed Motors and Applications

 

  1. Proper Motor Application
  • Horsepower Rating
  • HP and RPM Limitations
  • Duty/Time Rating
  • Starting Torque and the NEMA Design Letter
  • Efficiency and Power Factor

 

  1. Environmental Considerations
  • Enclosure Types Matched to Conditions
  • Enclosures for Hazardous Locations
  • Severe Duty Motors
  • Insulation Class Match to Operating Conditions

 

  1. Mechanical & Electrical Considerations
  • NEMA Frame Size Numbers
  • Frame Number Suffixes and Prefixes
  • Motor Bearing Numbers Demystified
  • Common Motor Connection Diagrams

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

  1. Presentation
  2. Discuss
  3. Case Study
  4. Evaluation
  5. Simulation

Teguh Santoso, Ir

 

Teguh Santoso experienced more than 27 years in electrical.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Jentra Dagen Hotel

Jl. Dagen 85 Malioboro Yogyakarta,

29-31 Januari 2013

26-28 Februari 2013

26-28 Maret 2013

23-25 April 2013

28-30 Mei 2013

26-28 Juni 2013

14-16 Agustus 2013

27-29 Agustus 2013

25-27 September 2013

23-25 Oktober 2013

26-28 November 2013

18-20 Desember 2013

 

3 days

08 am – 04 pm

In House Training:

Depend on request

 

 

IDR 6,500,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

  • Module / Handout
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir
  • Training Kit

cp : 087738629599 / 081229832601                        

 

 

 

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