Engineered Sealing Systems Training Course | John Crane
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Training Course:

Engineered Sealing Systems

This instructor-led course introduces the basic principles of mechanical seals and seal support systems. Learning is through an effective blend of classroom theory sessions practical, hands-on exercises and group activities.

A certificate is issued to delegates on successful completion of the course.

The Engineered Sealing Systems Course is the first of two courses focusing on the design and functionality of mechanical seals, and is a pre-requisite for participation in the second course in the series: Advanced Mechanical Seals and Systems Course.

Learning Objectives

This training course is intended to meet the learning needs of end-user/OEM/contractor personnel working with rotating equipment, such as centrifugal pumps used in process industries.

Upon completion of this course, learners should be able to:

  • Articulate the fundamental principles of mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate the appropriate steps and processes for mechanical seal assembly and installation using safe working practices
  • Explain requirements for mechanical seal lubrication and the desirability for and consequences of related leakage
  • Solve issues by applying principles of mechanical seal and support system selection
  • Prepare a report communicating visual indicators of mechanical seal performance issues.
  • Relate seal performance issues to overall system reliability and plant productivity.

Intended Audience (Industry/Role)

This course is directly relevant to those working in process plants using rotating equipment fitted with mechanical seals and associated support equipment — particularly including industries such as oil and gas, petrochemical, power generation, pharmaceutical, and waste and water treatment.

The course is aimed at end-user plant personnel responsible for the installation, operation, maintenance and reliability of rotating equipment, including those working in management, engineering, operations and technician roles.

The course is also relevant to those working in rotating equipment OEMs and as process plant contractors.

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