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Training is a systematic process through which an organization’s human resources gain knowledge and develop skills by instruction and practical activities that result in improved corporate performance.

Technology is a part of almost every job, growing your I.T. skills is extremely valuable.

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Various Educational Aspects

High Service Standards.

We offer a wide range of courses and certifications; not only in I.T. industry, but we extended our service to cover multiple industries such as Mechanical Engineering courses, workshops and practical training.

Mechanical Courses:

Principle of Operation
Simple Centrifugal Pump
Single Volute Pump
Twin Volute Pump
Diffuser Type Pump
Bearing
Mixed Flow Type
Axial Flow Type
Classification of Centrifugal Pumps
Basic Pump Theory
Multi-Stage Centrifugal Pump Theory
Impeller/Casing Design and Function
Mechanical Construction
Shaft
Sleeve
Wear Rings
Principle of Operation
Pumps Classification
Rotary Pumps
Gear Pumps
Lobe Pumps
Vane Pumps
Screw Pumps
Reciprocating Pumps
Piston Pumps
Plunger Pumps
Single Head Pumps
Starting a Pump
Multi-Head Pumps
Safety Valve
Accumulators
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Mechanical Seals
Couplings
Introduction to Reciprocating Compressors
Compression Method
Compressor Selection & Compressor Type & Application
Reciprocating Compressor Performance
Basic Design of Reciprocating Compressors Parts and Accessories
Reciprocating Compressors Construction
Lubrication System
Compressor Cylinder Cooling System
Compressor Control System
Operation, Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Case Study
Ammonia Reciprocating Compressors
Reciprocating Compressor Main Component
Valves, Unloaders & Seals
Plain Bearing
Capacity Control
Vibration Analysis & Pulsation Dampers
Compressor types: Compressors, Fans, Blowers
Dynamic Compressors
Centrifugal Compressors
Axial Compressors
Theoretical Aspects
Dynamic Compressor Performance, Performance Curves, Variable Inlet Guide Vanes, Variable Speed, Suction Throttling & Stability, Surging and Stone Walling
Axial Thrust and Axial Thrust Balance
Design Overview, Casings, Casing configurations, Rotors, Impellers and Blading
Performance Characteristics and Influence on These Characteristics of Various Design and Operating Parameters
Dynamic Compressor Control
Performance Limitations & Control
Fouling Considerations and Coatings
Condition Monitoring, Performance Monitoring, Vibrations and Vibration Analysis
Compressor Malfunction
Troubleshooting Techniques
Failure Analysis & Safety Considerations
Dynamic Compressor Conventional Seals
Dry Seals and the Different Types
Seal Selection, Application, and Performance
Dynamic Compressor Bearings
Rolling Element Bearings
Hydrodynamic Bearings
Tilting Pad and Kingsbury Bearings
Magnetic Bearings
Bearing Failures, Types, and Causes
Lubrication, Oil Bath, Forced Lubrication, Mist Lubrication
Lubricants
Lubrication Monitoring
Oil Analysis Tri-vector
Case Studies and Discussions
Course Evaluation
Course Summary
Maintenance Practice
Introduction to Maintenance Techniques
Breakdown Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance
Predictive Maintenance
Proactive Maintenance
What is Vibration?
Understanding Vibration Phenomena
Time Wave Form
Introducing Period & Frequency
Spectrum Understanding
Units
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Sensitivity
Ski Slope
Vibration Analysis
Introduction to Fault Diagnosing
Introduction to Oil Analysis
Introduction to Infrared Thermography
Displacement Introduction
Velocity
Acceleration
Which Parameter to be Used
Proximity Probes
Velocity Transducer
Accelerometer
Positioning the Sensor
Mounting Types
Routine Data Collection
Diagnosing Misalignment
Understanding Parallel Misalignment
Understanding Angular Misalignment
Combined Misalignment
Diagnosing Looseness
Diagnosing Unbalance
Diagnosing Bent Shaft
Journal Bearing defects
Rotating Looseness
Stationary Looseness
Bearing Looseness
Understanding Bearing Defect
Understanding Coupling Defect
Understanding Cantilevers
Understanding Soft Foot
Understanding Resonance
Understanding Cocked Bearing
Diagnosing Gears
Learning About Phase
Diagnosing Resonance
Run Up & Coast Down Test
Diagnosing Unbalance Using Phase
Importance of Proper Balancing
Understanding Bent Shaft Using Phase
Variable Speed Machines Diagnosing
Designation Identify Types, Series and Dimensions of Bearing
Bearing Prefixes and Suffixes
Bearing Internal Clearance (Normal, C3, C4Ö) and Selection Criteria
Horizontal and vertical Shaft Arrangements
Ball and Roller Bearings.
Bearing with Seal(s) and Shield(s)
Bearing Cages
Recommendation and Application for Shaft and Housing
Influence of Fits and Tolerances to Bearing Service Life
Technique for Mounting and Dismounting of Bearings:
  • Mechanical Method
  • Heating Method
  • Oil Injection Method
Tools for Mounting and Dismounting
Work Shop
Lubrication Theory for Rolling Bearings
Grease / Oil Lubrication
Selection Criteria
Re-lubrication Interval
Dial Set / Calculation Program for Grease Re-Lubrication.
Principles of Lubrication
Types of Friction and Wear
Basic Lubricant Requirement.
Lubricant Regimes
Lubricant Selection
Refining & Base stocks
Special Base Oil (Synthetics)
Additives Role
Improvers
Oil Protectors.
Lubricant Classification
Fundamental of Grease Lubrication
Grease Composition
Additives
Why use Grease?
Oil & Grease Advantages
Product Storage & Handling
Wear, Smearing and Surface Distresses
False Brinelling
Stationary Corrosion
Pre-loading
Contamination.
Indentations
Fretting Corrosion / Creeping.
Electric Current Passage.
Case Study.
Fundamentals of Mechanical Seal Operation
Seal Requirements
Packed Stuffing Box
Simple Mechanical Seal
Seal Face Lubrication
Sealing Points
Basic Seal Designs
Pusher Seal
Non-pusher (Bellow) Seal
Pusher Seal Vs Non Pusher Seal
API Seal Types
Variation in Basic Seal Design
Unbalanced Seals
Balanced Seals
Mixer Seals
High Pressure Seals
High Speed Seals
Dry Gas Seal
Split Seal
Mechanical Seal Arrangements
Inside Seals
Outside Seals
Double Seals
Tandem Seals
Cartridge Seals
API Seal Arrangements
Environmental Controls – Popular Seal Flushing
API Plans
Seal Installation / Operation / Maintenance
Troubleshooting and Failure Analysis
Glossary and Definition of Seal Terms
Conventional and Interactive Skill Tests
API-682 Guided Seal Selection Procedure Tools
Why is Misalignment So Important?
Bearing Damage
Seal Damage
Coupling Damage
Vibration
Energy Consumption
Product Quality
Downtime and Production Capacity
Detecting Misalignment
What is Misalignment?
A Closer Look at Misalignment
Shaft Fatigue
Even Bent Shafts Have Rotational Centerlines
Offset and Angular Misalignment
Alignment Conventions
Specifying Misalignment
Using Feet Corrections to Specify Misalignment
Using Total Indicator Readings to Specify The Misalignment
Using Offset and Angularity to Specify Misalignment Targets
Angularity Targets
Visualizing Tolerance
Tolerances and Speed
Spacer Couplings (Jack Shafts) Conventions and Tolerances
Published Tolerances
Dynamic Movement
Pre-alignment Tasks Determining the Alignment State
Using a Straight Edge or Feeler Gauge
Using Dial Indicators
The Rim and Face Method
The Reverse Dial Method
Dial Indicator Limitations
Laser Alignment Systems
Moving The Machine
Moving The Machine Vertically (Shimming)
Moving The Machine Laterally

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