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A picture says a thousand words;- this course of infrared thermography helps participants to harness IR technology to visualize thermal performance, show thermal anomalies, verify fault and quantify them with precise non-contact temperature measurement.
Infrared is NOT a “point and shoot” device as many IR manufacturers would like you to believe! Participants shall understand fundamentals behind infrared devices to use it appropriately. Erroneous technique and interpretation has very little value and gives Infrared thermography a bad name.
Here at ILSAS, IR training lesson will be reinforced with actual hands-on attempted by for participants themselves. All theory will be correlated to relevance to on site inspection. The training will be complete with not only examination but also a real live practical IR inspection at a TNB substation and a comprehensive report.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be:
This course is designed to explain the basic criteria for provide better understanding of the philosophy and principles of industrial radiography, radiation safety and protection; create awareness on biological effects and the risk of ionizing radiation. Learn the right procedure when dealing with ionizing radiation, acquire the techniques and proper procedures in controlling the radiation exposure to the radiation workers and explain the regulation of radiation protection and legislative requirements.
The training format is theory and practical, where the participants will be actively involved in the class & practical activities. Hence, it will increase their confidence level.
Participant will be taken through the vast experience of industrial radiography procedure and performance by the trainers. The emphasis is on participants continuing participation in ensuring the ultimate success of the course.
After attending this training program, participants will be able to:
This course will cover basic to rigid rotor shop balancing subjects such as unbalance types of Static, Couple & Dynamic, balancing speed & critical speed, flexible & rigid, shop balancing. Participants will learn also Machine Shop balancing setup & operation via hands on work on an impeller of a single stage pump & a small turbine rotor using 2 plane dynamic correction.
Participants will learn how to calculate ISO 1940/1 standards, namely the common G6.3 & G4.5 grading of Permissible Residual Unbalance. Also covered are how to combining weights, and splitting weights at designated balancing locations.
Also touched are vibration signature analysis to determine genuine unbalance affected machinery. Participants will learn how to setup and read key phaser and vibration probes to perform single plane balancing in-situ using polar charts and vector calculations. All training is hands on with real rotors at our workshop.