This day focuses on the theory related to electric motors, including starting methods, wiring connections, testing anf fault-finding techniques. The course also acts as a stand alone course for delegates just requiring information relating to the motor maintenance and control, or as a 4th day to the Basic Electrical Course.
After successfuly completing the course, delegates should:
- Understand the principles of motor operation
- Have knowledge of the methods used for starting small to medium sized AC motors.
- Be aware of the related connection methods.
- Be aware of the procedures for testing common types of motors.
- Understand the maintenance requirements for electric motors
- Be aware of the basic fault finding techniqies for electric motors.
Who should attend?
This one day course is primarily designed as an extension to the 3 day Basic Electrical course for non electrical personnel. Delegates will be from a wide range of industrial and commercial backgrounds at shop floor level through to mangerial personnel.
- DC and AC Motor principles of operation.
- Methods of Connection
- Methods of Starting
- Testing Procedures
- Common Faults and fault finding techniques
- Dicussions and Questions
Outcome / Qualification etc.
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