5-Day Wet and Dry Seal Basics | John Crane
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Training Course:

5-Day Wet and Dry Seal Basics

This instructor-led course introduces the basic principles of mechanical seals and seal support systems, including both wet seal and dry gas seal technology. Learning is through an effective blend of classroom theory sessions and practical hands-on exercises. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. A certificate is issued to delegates on successful completion of the 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 and turbomachinery used in process industries.

Key objectives of the course include:

  • Articulate the fundamental principles of wet mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate and provide hands-on experience with wet mechanical seal assembly and installation
  • Articulate the fundamental principles of spiral groove technology and dry gas seal design types used in turbo-compressors
  • Demonstrate dry gas seal installation and removal techniques using hands-on training simulator
  • Explain importance of dry gas seal control and monitoring systems performance for overall process plant reliability
  • Describe typical failure modes of both wet mechanical and dry gas seal designs

Intended Audience (Industry/Role)

This course is directly relevant to those working in process plants using rotating equipment fitted with mechanical seals and power transmission couplings — 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.

Dates and Registration

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