INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL POWER MAINTENANCE, MOTOR INSTALLATION AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

INTRODUCTION FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL POWER MAINTENANCE, MOTOR INSTALLATION AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

The key to minimizing motor problems is scheduled routine inspection and service ensuring your brushes and commutators are included in this regular maintenance. The frequency of routine service varies widely between applications.

Including the motors in the maintenance schedule for the driven machine or general plant equipment is usually sufficient. A motor may require additional or more frequent attention if a breakdown would cause health or safety problems, severe loss of production, damage to expensive equipment or other serious losses.

Written records indicating date, items inspected, service performed and motor condition are important to an effective routine maintenance program. From such records, specific problems in each application can be identified and solved routinely to avoid breakdowns and production losses.

The routine inspection and servicing can generally be done without disconnecting or disassembling the motor.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this program the participants will be able to:

    • Identify different electrical structures
    • Test and confirm serviceability of components
    • Comprehend the function of various components in electrical circuits
  • Basic understanding of electrical,1(single)phase ,3 phase and DC power supply
  • Use the concept of motor systems engineering problem solving to evaluate the capability of a process or organization.
  • Understand how to improve the efficiency of electric motors to reduce downtime.
  • Cross-train nonelectrical maintenance personnel for increased versatility.
    • Trouble shooting in electrical and wiring up a panel board
    • Design and test basic electrical circuits
    • Carryout trouble shooting on the control board
  • Carry out machine TROUBLE SHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
  • Eliminate the need for outsourcing repair

 

COURSE CONTENT

DAY 1

  1. Module 1 – Basic Fundamentals of Electrical
  • Introduction On Electrical & Safety first
  • Explanation on AC, DC series and Parallel circuit
  • Understand basic electrical ladder.
  • Understand the components involved in a electrical control panel
  • Electrical Law in Malaysia

 

  1. Module 2 – Single Phase Drawing and design for motor control
  • Design of plan
  • Symbols of electrical
  • Type of Load required
  • Land calculation
  • Design of DB p box

 

  1. Module 3 – Single Phase Wiring for motor control
  • Mapping wiring
  • Color code of wiring cable
  • Selection of cable size.
  • Termination of cables
  • Method of wiring(conseal,surface)

 

  1. Module 4 – Using measuring instrument of practical
  • Test pen / electrical tools
  • Multimeter and ammeter using

 

  1. Module 5 – Single phase motor &motor control system
  • Type of motor
  • Structure of motor
  • AC/DC motor
  • Design control circuit
  • Motor installation


    DAY 2
  1. Module 6 – Three Phase Drawing for motor control
  • Design of distribution supply
  • Type of load required
  • Load of calculation
  • Design of DB box

 

  1. Module 7 – Three Phase wiring for motor control
  • Mapping of wiring design
  • Color code cable
  • Selection of cable size
  • Type of termination of cable
  • Method of laying cables

 

  1. Module 8 – Understanding of Electrical Components of three phase for motor control
  • Main MCCB
  • ELCB/MCB
  • 3p/MCB
  • Magnetic Contactor

 

  1. Module 9 – Three Phase MOTOR & MOTOR CONTROL DETAILS
  • Type of motor
  • Type of motor control
  • DOL/STAR DELTA/AUTOTRANS
  • Motor classification
  • Design of control system

 

  1. Module 10 – Three Phase motor trouble shooting
  • Motor parts understanding
  • Operation of handling equipment
  • Routine Preventive Maintenance
  • Understanding the control circuit system
  • Steps in trouble shooting
  • Motor Replacement Procedure
  • Verification of safe working condition
  • Properly terminating motors including marking of leads
  • Coupling removal, Motor removal, Setting replacement motor
  • Overview of shaft coupling/alignment procedure options
  • Electrical checks on replacement motors before termination
  • Verification of proper size line conductors
  • Determining proper connection scheme using nameplate data
  • Selecting the best method of motor termination
  • Lugs and insulation tapes for termination
  • Termination kits, Methods of verifying proper phase rotation
  • Lubrication requirements, Sizing fuses and overloads
  • Final checks prior to re-energizing motor
  • Electrical, visual and mechanical checks during motor operation
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Date

Oct 16 - 17 2024

Time

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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