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This course is a compressed and concise hands-on on common works related to main power plant maintenance works. Every individual topic is demonstrated by instructor via hands-on and practical of actual work. This course does not replace individual full courses which details calculation, actual theory, and skill developments set.
Covered actual practical works alone without any comprehensive classroom theory. The work involves Steam Turbine Inspection, Overhaul of a Pump, Erection of a Scaffolding (Tubular Type), Overhaul of a Safety Valve Maintenance, and Bearing Journal Inspection.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be:
• Describe various types of main plant maintenance works
• Identify the main components
• Describe the functions of components
• Describe type of inspection
• Describe routine maintenance
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1. NAME: CHOOI WAI MUN
2. NAME: ABDUL RAZAK
Target Participant: TNBG Engineers in Mechanical Maintenance
Duration: 5 Days
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