Why Mechanical Seals Fail

Course Location The Holiday Inn, Runcorn, Cheshire
Cost £350.00
Type of course in situ
Course provider Pump Centre - ESR Technology Ltd
Available dates for this course

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Why Mechanical Seals Fail

This one day course is designed for those interested in the performance and reliability of rotating fluid machinery.

. This course takes a look at what conditions a mechanical seal needs to operate happily. Failure to maintain this environment for the seal causes premature failure. The way the conditions can be upset by various factors, such as maintenance, operation and systems in the industrial environment will then be discussed.

This leads to a way of analysing seal problems to reduce failures and therefore improve pump life and reduce operating costs.

Objectives and benefits:

The conditions that the seal requires and how the following areas impact on performance, including:

Pump effects

System effects

Instrumentation and controls

Operations

Liquid effects

Condition of equipment

System information

Company environment

Course Programme:

The basics of mechanical seals

Important aspects of pump design

Types of seal failure

Maintenance issues

Balancing and alignment

Changes to pipework/systems

Who should attend:

Engineers and others who wish to improve their understanding of why mechanical seals fail.

Want to improve the reliability of their rotating fluid machinery

Want to learn how to minimise expensive downtime
Whittle House Birchwood Park
Warrington
Cheshire
WA3 6FW
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01925 843506
Fax: 01925 843500