Essentials of Industrial Electricity

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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