Compressors: Operation and Maintenance

Compressors: Operation and Maintenance

Course Objective:

Upon completion of this course, Participants will have gained a thorough understanding of the various centrifugal (turbo-) and reciprocating compressor configurations available to virtually every industrial user. Items discussed include mechanical design features, maintainability, reliability, vulnerability and troubleshooting issues. Participants will learn means to determine sensitivity or influence of operating parameter changes on equipment performance. Participants will acquire knowledge of operating and maintenance issues by getting to know mechanical design, machinery components, as well as proven approaches to monitoring, troubleshooting and maintenance of compressor installations.

Who Should Attend?

This course is intended to be of direct use to persons in staff (Senior Technicians, Operators, Supervisors, and Superintendents) and corporate engineering, managerial and supervisory individuals responsible for operations and maintenance functions. The industries most directly involved with the subject matter are those producing chemicals, petrochemicals, petroleum products, natural gases, manufacturing gases, steel and other metals, and plants requiring process refrigeration. Throughout the course, Participants will have ample opportunity to have equipment-related questions addressed and answered by the Course Director.

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