Essentials of Industrial Electricity

What All Maintenance People Need To Know

Electrical Training Designed By And For Maintenance People

This electrical training course covers those things that a maintenance person needs to know to be effective. This course is not a course on theory, but instead, a practical approach covering things maintenance workers do on a daily basis.  Attendees will learn the practical principles and procedures to get the equipment up and running. We will include simple circuits, motor controls, 3-phase motors, 3-phase distribution, relays, contractors, motor starters, transformers, fuses, circuit breakers and much more.  We won’t waste your time on topics not relevant to your job. This course will give you a firm foundation you can build on. The instructor, Daryn Lewellyn, has almost thirty years of experience teaching this course. This course is a great refresher course for experienced people like electricians and engineers.

Benefits
  • Reduce Downtime
  • Safer Workforce
  • Confidence
  • Less Frustration
  • Improved Troubleshooting Skills
  • Improved Testing Skills
  • Lower Spare Parts Costs
  • Lower Outside-Contractor Costs
On-site Training At Your Facility
Can be scheduled to fit your needs.
Easy to get a quote.
Can incorporate your drawings and equipment in class

Who Should Attend
  • Multi-Craft Maintenance People
  • Electrical Maintenance
  • Building Maintenance
  • Facility Maintenance
  • Mobile Service People
  • Electricians
  • Engineers
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Anyone involved with electrical maintenance at industrial plants or commercial facilities.


Outline:
  1. Fundamentals
  2. Voltage – Current – Resistance – Power
    • Simple Circuits
    • Resistive Loads
    • Inductive Loads
    • Magnetism – Electro Magnets
  3. Distributing Power
  4. Transformers
      • Single Phase Transformers
      • 240/120 Volt Systems
    • 3-Phase Distribution Schemes
      • 480/277 4 Wire
      • 240/120 With High Leg
      • Corner Grounded Delta
      • Phasing Colors
  5. Controls
    • Relays
    • Contactors
    • Solid State Relays(SSR)
    • Testing SSRs
    • Motor Starters
      • Overload Relay
      • Heater Sizing
    • Three Wire Control Circuit
      • Hold-In Contact
    • Motor Control Circuits
  6. Over-Current Protection
    • Current-Limiting
    • Interrupt Rating
    • Fuses
    • Dual-Element Time-Delay
      • Circuit Breakers
      • Thermal-Magnetic
      • Switching Duty
  7. Motors
    • Induction Motors
    • Single Phase
    • Three Phase
    • Common Faults
    • Testing 3 Phase Motors
  8. Proximity Switches
    • Photo-Cells
    • Multi-meters
  9. Troubleshooting Basics
    • Half-Splitting
  10. Safety Fundamentals Touched On Throughout

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