What would the industry be without its electric motors?
The question that arises is how best to manage the maintenance of these essential assets in order to guarantee maximum reliability of the production lines and therefore their availability.
Predictive maintenance of engines is therefore becoming a key issue. Did you know that 40% of motor failures are of electrical origin? It is therefore important to consider MCA (Motor Circuit Analysis) & MCSA (Motor Current Signature Analysis) techniques as an integrated part of a global approach, aiming to control the failure modes influenced by or at the origin of supply current and voltage disturbances.
- Identify the different industrial motor technologies and their associated components
- Identify the typical failure modes of electric motors
- Master the different measurement methods for monitoring the condition of electric motors
- Measurement methods for low and high voltage insulation systems
- Online (MCSA) or offline (MCA), the advantages, disadvantages and limitations of the different measurement methods
09:00 Start of the course
17:00 End of the course
Reliability engineers, maintenance managers and engineers, operations managers, and anyone involved and wishing to deepen their knowledge in the field of electric motor analysis.
Antoine Point is an Industrial Engineer in electromechanics and, as Senior Reliability Engineer at I-Care, is an expert in electrical rotating machines. From his 20 years experience with major industrial maintenance companies (Alstom, GE), he shares his experience in the control, diagnosis and maintenance of electrical production equipment (gas, nuclear, hydro, cogeneration alternators) and industrial AC or DC motors.