Electrical Asset Health Management
19 & 20 September 2012 - Antwerp
The course provides skills which will allow attendees to understand the application and integration of basic Predictive Maintenance technologies.
During this course, you will learn to:
- Identify electrical failure modes in AC and DC motors, transformers, and switchgear;
- Identify the construction methods and normal operation of electric motors;
- Determine what electrical failure modes vibration analysis can detect in AC and
- Determine what electrical failure modes airborne and structure-borne ultrasound
can detect in motors, transformers, and switchgear;
- Determine what electrical failure modes lubricant analysis can detect in transformers;
- Determine what electrical failure modes infrared thermography can detect in
motors, transformers, and switchgear;
- Determine what electrical failure modes on-line and off-line motor circuit analysis
can detect in motors and transformers;
- Identify the common traps of each technology; and
- Build an electrical asset health matrix.
Who will join you?
This class is recommended for Managers, Engineers, Planners, and Supervisors who are responsible for the daily use of information that comes from a Condition Monitoring program.
About the Lecturer
Andy Page is the Integration Director with GPAllied. As the Integration Director, he is responsible for combining the philosophies and daily practices of the 2 companies that came together to form GPAllied: General Physics and Allied Reliability. Andy has 15 years in the maintenance and reliability field where he has played several different roles. First as a Maintenance Engineer for Noranda Aluminum where he was responsible for implementing a comprehensive PdM program and continuous improvements of the planning and scheduling function. Next he held the role of Regional Services Manager for CSI where he provided technical services to new customers and for the sales staff. After that he worked for Martin Marietta Aggregates as the Asset Reliability Manager responsible for PdM and maintenance improvement process effort across 23 plants in Ohio, Indiana
and Michigan. Next he served as the Vice President – Operations for a small consulting firm called Reliability Solutions, Inc. in central Ohio providing PdM services primarily to the mining industry. Andy has an engineering degree from Tennessee Technological University and is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) through the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) and is a Six Sigma Black Belt. Andy resides in Charleston, South Carolina with his wife, daughter, and son.
19-20 September 2012
- 8:45 am: welcome with breakfast
- 9:00 am: start training
- 12:30 am - 1:30 pm: lunch
- 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm: training afternoon
- 5:00 pm: complimentary after training drink at the lobby's bar
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel
Koningin Astridplein 7
. € 1.595,- BEMAS member price
. € 1.795,- non member price
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T:+32 3 203 13 77
F: +32 3 203 12 75
When you book a room, ask for the special BEMAS price: € 109,- per night.
Be sure to ask BEMAS special price minimum one month before the training, as our special price is dependent of the hotel occupancy rate at the time you book your room.