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  • Target Audience Engineers, In-house Analysts, Process and Maintenance Personnel
  • Course Duration 3 Days
  • Continuing Education Unit 2.4 CEU
  • This course is offered in both public and private settings

Utilize Your Data to Improve Your Equipment Operation.

This course provides a deeper dive into the applications of reciprocating compressor analysis data. Advanced topics to be covered include pulsation and resonance, cylinder stretch, vibration signatures for reciprocating compressors, and Operational Deflection Shape (ODS) testing. Through case histories and class participation, attendees will learn how to apply the analysis results to everyday compressor operation.

During the class, attendees will also benefit from guest speakers – Allied Reliability Subject Matter Experts who will share their knowledge of new equipment and technologies relevant to the course topics and equipment reliability, including the latest design trends of compressor components such as pressure packing, rings, rider bands, and valves and compressor lubrication (oil types, divider block, pump-to-point lubricators).

You will Learn:

  • Pressure Volume (PV) characteristics
  • Economic indicators
  • Advanced reciprocating compressor analysis techniques
  • Analysis rules of thumbs
  • How to apply analysis results
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SOCIETY FOR MAINTENANCE & RELIABILITY PROFESSIONALS Allied is also an RMC Training Partner, with our reliability training courses counting towards the educational requirements of UT's Reliability & Maintainability Implementation Certification (RMIC®).
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SOCIETY FOR MAINTENANCE & RELIABILITY PROFESSIONALS As an SMRP Approved Provider, Allied's reliability training courses are recognized to provide continuing education that aligns with the most relevant topics and best practices in the industry according to the SMRP Body of Knowledge and/or the Asset Management Landscape, which is published by the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management.