Save time and money through improved compressor performance.
This course builds knowledge of compressor design and applications. Topics covered include lubrication, valve design, capacity control, material options, and performance measurement. The approach uses current field case histories to illustrate Pressure Time (PT) and valve vibration events, rod load and crosshead vibration, and system losses. As a bonus, Allied Reliability Subject Matter Experts may visit throughout the class to discuss topics such as the latest design trends in compressor components, lubrication practices, SmartCBM™, and other relevant, innovative reliability elements.
During the in-class time, you will learn:
Machinery and performance characteristics
Reciprocating compressor components and dynamics
PT Curve and Pressure Volume (PV) Card development
The basic applications of reciprocating compressor analysis data
How analysis data is generated, what it means, and how it relates to machinery health, longevity, and safety
What you should expect from an analysis program
Who Will Join You?
Engineers and Process and Maintenance personnel.
Allied Reliability is recognized by the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP) as an approved provider of continuing education and training aligned with key subject areas related to reliability and physical asset management. Approved courses are identified on the individual event pages.
Allied Reliability is a recognized training partner of the University of Tennessee’s Reliability and Maintainability Center (RMC). This course qualifies for 2.4 CEUs and is approved for course credit towards the Reliability and Maintainability Implementation Certification (RMIC).
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