About this course…
This course covers what maintenance personnel and managers should know about electrical maintenance and how it affects plant reliability. The maintenance and testing required for common plant devices, including transformers, protective relays, circuit breakers and cubicle maintenance, motors, and motor controls is covered in detail. Based on the NFPA 70E and ANSI/NETA Maintenance Testing Specifications, this intensive training program provides the latest information on maintaining and testing electrical power system equipment, including what to do, when to do it and interpreting test results.
Who should attend…
Electricians, technicians, supervisors, and plant engineers who perform the maintenance, testing and evaluation of common types of circuit breakers, transformers, motors, and motor controls found in industrial facilities.
Students should have basic electrical training, some field experience is recommended but not mandatory.
Course Length 4 days (32 contact hours)
Each open-enrollment student will receive a course text and a copy of the current ANSI/NETA MTS.
- Low and medium voltage circuit breakers
- Motor maintenance
- Switches and disconnects
- Transformers maintenance and testing
- How to interpret results and trend analysis
- How to improve plant reliability through common-sense approaches to operation and maintenance
- How to lower operation and maintenance cost
- How maintenance planning can reduce unscheduled downtime
- Hands-on (~40%) training program augmented with round-table discussions