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Actuator Instrumentation Maintenance & Repair

Class ID: TR-9-90530-HA

$4,340.00

Description

Course provides structure around typical maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of various types of actuators, associated instruments, and accessories used in nuclear power plants. All major components and their functions will be discussed. The student will perform functional testing, disassemble/assemble, and calibrate positioners.

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Class Dates

Jan 15, 2024 – Jan 19, 2024, July 8, 2024 – July 12, 2024

  • Standard Class Size: 6 Students per Instructor
  • Maximum Class Size: 8 Students per Instructor
  • Course Duration: 5 days
  • Supplied Materials:  Electronic training manual for each student
  • Suggested Attendees:  Plant instrument and control technicians, electricians and their foreman, engineering, QC and operations personnel.
  • Course Description: The course provides structure around typical maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of various types of actuators, associated instruments, and accessories used in nuclear power plants. All major components and their functions will be discussed. The student will perform functional testing, disassemble/assemble, and calibrate positioners.

Each student will be required to pass a written test with a minimum score of 80% in order to successfully complete this course. Upon successful completion of this training course, the student will:

  • Be familiar with control loops.
  • Understand the basic operation and maintenance of actuators.
  • Be proficient with instrument maintenance and set up.
  • Demonstrate setup and calibration and accessory set up.
  • Understand tubing for maintenance and repair.

After completing this course, the student will:

  •  Describe a basic control loop.
  •  Identify major components of actuators.
  •  Explain the operation of various actuators.
  •  Perform assembly/disassembly and troubleshooting of various actuators.
  •  Perform benchset of an actuator.
  •  Understand coupling an actuator to valve.
  •  Identify major components of various instruments, electronic and pneumatic.
  •  Explain the operation of various instruments electronic and pneumatic.
  •  Perform assembly/disassembly and troubleshooting of various instruments.
  •  Execute calibration procedures on electronic and pneumatic instruments (i.e. positioners, I/Ps, etc.).
  •  Describe proper tubing routing and application
  •  Increase the plant’s self-sufficiency in AOV maintenance.
  •  Increase the reliability of the plant’s AOVs. Reduce the plant’s cost of AOV maintenance.
  •  Reduce the plant’s cost of AOV maintenance.

  • Standard Class Size: 6 Students per Instructor
  • Maximum Class Size: 8 Students per Instructor
  • Course Duration: 5 days
  • Supplied Materials:  Electronic training manual for each student
  • Suggested Attendees:  Plant instrument and control technicians, electricians and their foreman, engineering, QC and operations personnel.
  • Course Description: The course provides structure around typical maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of various types of actuators, associated instruments, and accessories used in nuclear power plants. All major components and their functions will be discussed. The student will perform functional testing, disassemble/assemble, and calibrate positioners.

Each student will be required to pass a written test with a minimum score of 80% in order to successfully complete this course. Upon successful completion of this training course, the student will:

  • Be familiar with control loops.
  • Understand the basic operation and maintenance of actuators.
  • Be proficient with instrument maintenance and set up.
  • Demonstrate setup and calibration and accessory set up.
  • Understand tubing for maintenance and repair.

After completing this course, the student will:

  •  Describe a basic control loop.
  •  Identify major components of actuators.
  •  Explain the operation of various actuators.
  •  Perform assembly/disassembly and troubleshooting of various actuators.
  •  Perform benchset of an actuator.
  •  Understand coupling an actuator to valve.
  •  Identify major components of various instruments, electronic and pneumatic.
  •  Explain the operation of various instruments electronic and pneumatic.
  •  Perform assembly/disassembly and troubleshooting of various instruments.
  •  Execute calibration procedures on electronic and pneumatic instruments (i.e. positioners, I/Ps, etc.).
  •  Describe proper tubing routing and application

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