Generators and Emergency PowerTPC Training
Generators and Emergency Power
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Generators and Emergency Power
This 2 day Generators & Emergency Power training seminar focuses on generators and emergency power so that students will be prepared if there is an emergency situation. This electrical training course provides practical, real world knowledge to keep the facilities running smoothly in all situations because regardless of the cause, lack of electricity at a facility can have disastrous consequences. During this seminar, students will learn what they can do, and should do, to make sure their facilities will keep running even if the electricity to their facilities don’t.
This course can also be offered as on-site training at the client's location.
Would you like to take this class from home or your worksite? TPC Training offers this course as a Virtual Instructor-Led. A Virtual Instructor-Led is a course format that allows you to interact with a live instructor.
In light of COVID-19, this provider is now delivering some or all of their courses online. Contact them for more information!
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for anyone who is willing to understand a generator's functioning and emergency power supplies.
The course curriculum is as follows:
Day One introduces the basics of generators and prime movers including different types, electrical fundamentals, and typical systems.
Generators and Prime Movers
- Overview: Generator Purpose, Operation and Control
- Types of Prime Movers
- Generator Basic Electrical Fundamentals
- Generator Types and Construction
- Grounding and Bonding of Generator Systems
- UPS System Fundamentals
Protection and Transfer of Electrical Power
- Circuit Breakers
- Transfer Switches
- Parallel Operation
Generator and Engine Controls
- Voltage Regulators
- Engine Protection for Generators
- Onsite Generator Controls including PLC's and SCADA Systems
- Fuel Systems
- Cooling Systems
- Exhaust Systems
- Vibration Attenuation
- Sound Attenuation
- Engine Starting Systems
- Load Banks
- Emissions Control
Day Two moves into general applications and focuses on troubleshooting and basic maintenance.
- Emergency Power Systems
- Legally Required Standby Systems
- Optional Standby Systems
Troubleshooting and Maintenance of Onsite Power Generation Systems
- Developing a Logical Systematic Approach to Troubleshooting Generators
- Common Generator Problems
- Recommended Generator Maintenance Practices
- Electrical Testing of Generator
The cost of this Generators and Emergency Power training course is $1,195.
About TPC Training
TPC Training - The leader in live, instructor led maintenance training
TPC Training is the leader in maintenance, repair, and operator training, with complete solutions for a 21st century workforce to acquire, apply, and adapt essential technical and safety skills. With 2000+ classes annually, including 100+ cities, on-site at customer facilities, and online anywhere,...
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