Basic Motor & VFD Training

Sign up for some of our upcoming, expert-led training.  We will be diving into electric motor basics on day 1 and on day 2 we will be doing AC Variable Speed Drive Basics Part 1.

2 Day Class Registration – $160 – a discount of $30 over purchasing the tickets separately

The best of both world’s – join us from 9 am to 4 PM on two days in a row to receive both Basic Motors Training and AC Variable Speed Drive Basics Part 1

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1 Day Class Registration – $90/day

Choose either of our training courses from a variety of dates and pay for just the day you want to attend.

Day 1 : Electric Motor Basics

Description:  This presentation is designed to cover the basics of the electric motors to include the history and an overview of electricity.  Motor components, types and specifications are covered as well as nameplate data. Installation issues and basic motor maintenance with failure methods will also be covered.

Who should attend:  Anybody looking for an entry level understanding of what an electric motor is, how it works, and how to care for it.  Sales, Maintenance, Purchasing, Machine Operators.

Requirements to attend:  None, but basic electricity is helpful.

Basic Motor Training Date

  • September 19 2017
  • November 14 2017

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Day 2: AC Variable Speed Drive Basics Part 1

Description:  This presentation is the first of a two part session on AC drives.  It starts with a short review of what an electric motor is and how it functions. Next comes an explanation on what is a drive and how they are constructed.  From there it goes on to how the drive actually functions to control a motor.  Different types of drive configurations are mentioned and what their purpose is.  Applications and load types are discussed.  The day ends on an introduction to drive issues / problems that may arise when applying a drive.

Who should attend:  Anybody looking for an entry level understanding of what an AC variable speed drive is, how it functions, and when / how it’s applied.  Sales, Maintenance

Requirements to attend:  None, but basic electricity and AC motor knowledge is helpful.

No prerequisites, this is a basic class.

AC Variable Speed Drive Training Dates

  • September 20 2017
  • November 15 2017

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Where: Training will be held at Horner APG: 59 S. State Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46201. Parking is across the street and the gate code is: 5309

Additional Details: Lunch, refreshments, and snacks are included each day.

Thermal Spray/Loctite Repair/Protective Coatings

  • Buying new parts constantly due to wear, corrosion and harsh environments?
  • Downtime effecting your processes? Scrapping or throwing out obsolete parts?
  • Want to increase efficiently and reliability?

Join us on November 8th for absolutely FREE TRAINING.

Last year we sold out so make sure you sign up today. Only 30 spots available and lunch/snacks are provided!

Price:

FREE

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Class Description:

Overview and Introduction to Thermal Spray and Loctite Repair/Protective Coatings for wear, tear, abrasive, and chemical exposures of equipment

What you will learn:

You will learn Horner and Loctite’s Capabilities to reduce their maintenance costs, through repairing with Thermal Coatings and Loctite Protective Coatings. You will learn about ways we can help with their most frustrating maintenance issues (equipment wear and tear), and how we can help extend the mean time between failures.

Who should attend:

Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Planners, Plant Managers, and Water/Wastewater Superintendents, Operational Manager, Continuous Improvement Manager, and Reliability Engineer/Manager.

Why Do You Want to Attend:

To Learn about solutions that will help improve your equipment efficiencies, and lower maintenance costs. Learn how industrial coatings can increase your equipment life, turn scrap into a better than new part, and lower maintenance costs and downtime with new parts lasting 5x or more the life than they were.

 

CUSTOM TRAINING ALSO AVAILABLE

We now also offer companies custom, formal training as part day, all day, or multiday classes.

Pricing: Custom, call for more information 1.877.467.6372

Topics: Custom various products and services fit to your educational needs

Additional Details: Lunch, refreshments and snacks included with classes on site.

Some example classes include:


Electric Motor Basics

Description:  This presentation is designed to cover the basics of the electric motors to include the history and an overview of electricity.  Motor components, types and specifications are covered as well as nameplate data. Installation issues and basic motor maintenance with failure methods will also be covered.

Who should attend:  Anybody looking for an entry level understanding of what an electric motor is, how it works, and how to care for it.  Sales, Maintenance, Purchasing, Machine Operators.

Requirements to attend:  None, but basic electricity is helpful.


AC Variable Speed Drive Basics Part 1

Description:  This presentation is the first of a two part session on AC drives.  It starts with a short review of what an electric motor is and how it functions. Next comes an explanation on what is a drive and how they are constructed.  From there it goes on to how the drive actually functions to control a motor.  Different types of drive configurations are mentioned and what their purpose is.  Applications and load types are discussed.  The day ends on an introduction to drive issues / problems that may arise when applying a drive.

Who should attend:  Anybody looking for an entry level understanding of what an AC variable speed drive is, how it functions, and when / how it’s applied.  Sales, Maintenance

Requirements to attend:  None, but basic electricity and AC motor knowledge is helpful.


AC Variable Speed Drive Basics Part 2

Description:  This is part two of the drive presentation.  This covers the installation and startup of a drive.  Also covered are the basic programming of the parameters required to get a drive functioning.  Drive troubleshooting is also covered.  There is also a hands on lab in setting up the drive for a basis configuration.

Who should attend:  This is part two for those who want to learn how to install, program, and setup a drive in a basic configuration.  Also those wanting a basic troubleshooting knowledge of drives. Sales, Maintenance

Requirements to attend:  Basic drives and motor knowledge or attend Drive Basic Part 1

LOOKING FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRAINING?

Please call us at 1.877.467.6372 to tell us what you are looking for.