The equipment used in these courses has been evaluated as Hazard Risk Category 1 (HRC-1). In accordance with NFPA 70E standards, HRC-1 rated equipment requires the following PPE for personnel working inside the arc flash boundary: Fire Retardant clothing (rated HRC-1 or 4 cal), rubber gloves, safety glasses, and hard hat.
Attendees must be wearing appropriate protective clothing as specified. For those traveling by air, we can provide a limited number of hard hats with arc face shields if required, rubber/leather gloves and safety glasses. If driving, please bring your own PPE.
Any student who fails to comply will not be allowed in the lab areas for any hands-on training portion of this class.
C400 Basic Centrifugal Class
2014 Dates: Feb 18-20, Apr 29-May 1, Jul 29-31, Oct 21-23
Duration: 3 days
Cost: $2100 per person
Description: This course is designed to provide maintenance, engineering and operations personnel with an overview of the Centac centrifugal compressor.
Day 1: Principles of operation, airflow, hydraulic flow, identification of mechanical and electrical components, control panel with amperage software
Day 2: Routine service and maintenance, basic troubleshooting techniques
Day 3: Disassembly, assembly and calibration of rotor assemblies (type 1-2-3 & 6)
C401 Advanced Centrifugal Class
2013 Dates: Mar 17-21, Apr 21-25, Jul 21-25, Oct 27-31
Duration: 5 days
Description: This course is designed to provide maintenance, engineering, and operations personnel with an in-depth overview of the Centac centrifugal compressor.
Day 1: Basic compressor principles, principles of operation of centrifugal compressors, identification of mechanical and electrical components, control panel with amperage software
Day 2: Hands-on activities include disassembly of complete Centac airend and evaluation of components, verification of the running gear system, installation of rotors and setting rotor clearances
Days 3 - 5: Hands-on activities continue with installation and assembly of the running gear and rotor assesmbly components, and rotor assembly component calibration