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10011 Employee Video Training(10011) Hydro, Inc. has created a number of high quality videos for training purposes over the years. This course will go through five of them and tutorials on how to access the Hydro Video showcases on Vimeo.com. 0.00 03/25/2020 01/26/2021
LinkedIn & Sales Prospecting Sharing the importance of LinkedIn as a marketing tool and social media. 0.00 04/02/2020 01/26/2021
10012 Employee Video Training(10012) Hydro, Inc. has created a number of high quality videos for training purposes over the years. This course will go through five of them and tutorials on how to access the Hydro Video showcases on Vimeo.com. 0.00 04/06/2020 01/26/2021
10013 Employee Video Training(10013) Hydro, Inc. has created a number of high quality videos for training purposes over the years. This course will go through five of them and tutorials on how to access the Hydro Video showcases on Vimeo.com. 0.00 04/13/2020 01/26/2021
10014 Employee Video Training(10014) Hydro, Inc. has created a number of high quality videos for training purposes over the years. This course will go through five of them and tutorials on how to access the Hydro Video showcases on Vimeo.com. 0.00 04/21/2020 01/26/2021
10015 Employee Video Training(10015) Hydro, Inc. has created a number of high quality videos for training purposes over the years. This course will go through five of them and tutorials on how to access the Hydro Video showcases on Vimeo.com. 0.00 04/28/2020 01/26/2021
10016 Employee Video Training(10016) Hydro, Inc. has created a number of high quality videos for training purposes over the years. This course will go through five of them and tutorials on how to access the Hydro Video showcases on Vimeo.com. 0.00 05/12/2020 01/26/2021
9010 Human Performance Training and Lesson Learned(9010) The course will define what human performance is, what an error is, the basic principles of both, and event free tools for error prevention. 0.00 07/14/2020 05/06/2021 86
Employee Onboarding - 1. Products Services & Capabilities 14 videos totalling 34 minutes 1. API OH2 Upgrade - 2.5 min 2. Centaur: Hydro's Wireless Condition Monitoring System - 1 min 3. Hydro Parts Solutions (Casting Casings) video - 2 min 4. Reliablility Services - 3 min 5. Reverse Engineering for the Pump Aftermarket - 3.5 min 6. Engineering Innovative Solutions for the Pump Aftermarket - 2 min 7. Engineering social video - 1 min 8. Hydro University social video - 5 min 9. Hydro University: Pump Training Seminars - 5 min 10. Parts solutions social video - 1 min 11. Performance Test Lab social video - 1 min 12. Repair social video - 1 min 13. Submersible Teaser (US Steel) - 1 min 14. Wireless condition monitoring social video - 5 min 0.00 11/12/2020 10/08/2021
Sales Training Course This sales training course will contain the Sandler Training and various other recordings. 0.00 11/23/2020 01/26/2021
Employee Onboarding - 2. Selling Hydro 9 videos totaling 61.5 minutes 1. "Batch of 21 Pumps Tested & Validated Under Expedited Conditions" video - 3 min 2. "Pump Testing Solves Bearing Housing Resonant Vibration" video - 4.5 min 3 "Root Cause Analysis Uncovers Casting Defects in Critical Boiler Feedwater Unit" video - 4 min 4. Long Term Agreements (Thomas Arakal, 2018 Sales Meeting) - 33 min 5. TST_Seth Sebastian_Test Lab and Valero - 1.5 min 6. TST_Travis Puente_Test Lab - 2.5 min 7. TST_Travis Puente_Test Lab and Valero - 1 min 8. Our Niche (George Harris, 2012 Employee Orientation) - 7 min 9. T 2019 GHarris Elevator Speech - 5 min 0.00 12/04/2020 10/08/2021
Employee Onboarding - 3. Selling Engineering 5 videos totaling 37.5 minutes 1. Selling Engineering (Gary Dyson, 2019 Operations Meeting) - 29 min 2. Recognizing Engineering Opportunities (01 of 12): In-field analysis and troubleshooting video - 2 min 3 Recognizing Engineering Opportunities (02 of 12): Advanced analytics utilizing modal analysis video - 2 min 4. Recognizing Engineering Opportunitiesg (03 of 12): Finite element modeling and problem identification video - 2.5 min 5. Recognizing Engineering Opportunities (04 of 12): Advanced site verification video - 2 min 0.00 12/04/2020 10/15/2021
Employee Onboarding - 5. General Training 1 videos totaling 13 minutes 1. HEART (Gary Dyson, 2019 Operations Meeting) - 13 min 0.00 12/04/2020 01/26/2021
3110.4 – Pump Fundamentals Session 4 – OXY This is a recording of a Live Learning Webinar focusing on Pump Fundamentals. 0.00 12/07/2020 01/26/2021
(On-Demand) 2160 Introduction to Shaft Alignment (7) Introductory Shaft Alignment Tutorials 2160.1 Introduction to Shaft Alignment The major topics that will be covered include: the four key ingredients to successfully align machinery, the symptoms you will see if machinery is subjected to run under a misalignment condition, some basic design principles of rotating shafts and the bearings that support them, and the types of static and dynamic forces that occur in machinery. 2160.2 Alignment Tolerances The major topics that will be covered include: the standard terms used to describe a misalignment condition, the one common design feature inherent in every flexible coupling, defining what shaft misalignment is, what are acceptable amounts of misalignment and what tolerances you should try to attain, and some statistical information on what the estimated time to failure of machinery might be when subjected to operate in a moderate to severe misalignment condition. 2160.3 The Eight Steps of Shaft Alignment Discusses the eight major steps involved when aligning rotating machinery. 2160.4 Foundations, Baseplates, and Frames The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the basics of how rotating machinery is attached to structures. The three basic types of rotating machinery support systems ... the types of baseplates machinery is attached to ... and problems to look for on foundations, baseplates, concrete, grout, and anchor bolts. 2160.5 Runout The major topics in this tutorial will discuss how a dial indicator works ... how to perform a shaft lift check ... how to measure runout ... what are acceptable amounts of runout on rotating machinery ... how to determine what is causing the excessive runout and what you need to do to correct it ... and how runout is frequently and unknowingly overlooked when aligning the shafts of our rotating equipment. 2160.6 Soft Foot The major topics in this tutorial will discuss what soft foot is and why it should be corrected. How you should go about finding your soft foot issues and the four steps necessary to correct this often overlooked and misunderstood problem. 2160.7 External Connections The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the issues that can arise when attaching external connections to our rotating equipment ... and how to determine if external connections such as piping, ductwork, or conduit is inducing excessive forces and stresses into our machinery. 2160.8 Vibration on Misaligned Machinery The major topics that will be discussed in this tutorial will start off analyzing the two basic types of forces that act on our rotating machinery. Static and dynamic forces were mentioned in the first tutorial in this training series but we will take a look at the relation and interaction between them here. An abbreviated list of some of the problems that can be identified using vibration analysis as a non-destructive diagnostic tool will be covered as well as a list of problems that typically cannot be identified using vibration analysis. A discussion on the natural elastic behavior of shafts will be covered and how elastic bending occurs under misalignment conditions. Results from two controlled misalignment studies will be presented that will illustrate what happens to the overall vibration on misaligned rotating equipment. 2160.9 The Five Basic Alignment Methods The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the basic roughing in techniques for your initial alignment of machinery. You will be introduced to the five primary alignment measurement methods. We will also cover how to override a runout condition when taking your measurements. 2160.10 The Validity Rule When aligning rotating machinery it is imperative that you obtain accurate shaft positional measurements. It is very easy and very common to make mistakes when taking these measurements so this tutorial will illustrate what you have to be aware of when taking your alignment readings to insure that the measurements you obtain are accurate and repeatable. There is a mathematical pattern that occurs when taking readings at 90 degree intervals around a shaft. This pattern is called the Validity Rule. The Validity Rule will confirm that your measurements make sense but more importantly, can derive a missing measurement if you cannot rotate all the way around the shaft. 2160.11 Bracket Sag and Uncouple When using mechanical brackets, gravity has an effect on the tooling ... and the bracket sag that exists in your set up must be measured and compensated for. We will also discuss whether or not it is a good idea to keep your couplings engaged when taking alignment readings. 430.00 02/08/2021 12/09/2021 72
2160 Introduction to Shaft Alignment (30) Introductory Shaft Alignment Tutorials 2160.1 Introduction to Shaft Alignment The major topics that will be covered include: the four key ingredients to successfully align machinery, the symptoms you will see if machinery is subjected to run under a misalignment condition, some basic design principles of rotating shafts and the bearings that support them, and the types of static and dynamic forces that occur in machinery. 2160.2 Alignment Tolerances The major topics that will be covered include: the standard terms used to describe a misalignment condition, the one common design feature inherent in every flexible coupling, defining what shaft misalignment is, what are acceptable amounts of misalignment and what tolerances you should try to attain, and some statistical information on what the estimated time to failure of machinery might be when subjected to operate in a moderate to severe misalignment condition. 2160.3 The Eight Steps of Shaft Alignment Discusses the eight major steps involved when aligning rotating machinery. 2160.4 Foundations, Baseplates, and Frames The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the basics of how rotating machinery is attached to structures. The three basic types of rotating machinery support systems ... the types of baseplates machinery is attached to ... and problems to look for on foundations, baseplates, concrete, grout, and anchor bolts. 2160.5 Runout The major topics in this tutorial will discuss how a dial indicator works ... how to perform a shaft lift check ... how to measure runout ... what are acceptable amounts of runout on rotating machinery ... how to determine what is causing the excessive runout and what you need to do to correct it ... and how runout is frequently and unknowingly overlooked when aligning the shafts of our rotating equipment. 2160.6 Soft Foot The major topics in this tutorial will discuss what soft foot is and why it should be corrected. How you should go about finding your soft foot issues and the four steps necessary to correct this often overlooked and misunderstood problem. 2160.7 External Connections The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the issues that can arise when attaching external connections to our rotating equipment ... and how to determine if external connections such as piping, ductwork, or conduit is inducing excessive forces and stresses into our machinery. 2160.8 Vibration on Misaligned Machinery The major topics that will be discussed in this tutorial will start off analyzing the two basic types of forces that act on our rotating machinery. Static and dynamic forces were mentioned in the first tutorial in this training series but we will take a look at the relation and interaction between them here. An abbreviated list of some of the problems that can be identified using vibration analysis as a non-destructive diagnostic tool will be covered as well as a list of problems that typically cannot be identified using vibration analysis. A discussion on the natural elastic behavior of shafts will be covered and how elastic bending occurs under misalignment conditions. Results from two controlled misalignment studies will be presented that will illustrate what happens to the overall vibration on misaligned rotating equipment. 2160.9 The Five Basic Alignment Methods The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the basic roughing in techniques for your initial alignment of machinery. You will be introduced to the five primary alignment measurement methods. We will also cover how to override a runout condition when taking your measurements. 2160.10 The Validity Rule When aligning rotating machinery it is imperative that you obtain accurate shaft positional measurements. It is very easy and very common to make mistakes when taking these measurements so this tutorial will illustrate what you have to be aware of when taking your alignment readings to insure that the measurements you obtain are accurate and repeatable. There is a mathematical pattern that occurs when taking readings at 90 degree intervals around a shaft. This pattern is called the Validity Rule. The Validity Rule will confirm that your measurements make sense but more importantly, can derive a missing measurement if you cannot rotate all the way around the shaft. 2160.11 Bracket Sag and Uncouple When using mechanical brackets, gravity has an effect on the tooling ... and the bracket sag that exists in your set up must be measured and compensated for. We will also discuss whether or not it is a good idea to keep your couplings engaged when taking alignment readings. 695.00 02/08/2021 07/07/2021 73
(On-Demand) 3170 Vibration Fundamentals (30) This course is the first part of two on the vibration analysis series. You will learn about the fundamental characteristics of vibration (frequency, amplitude, phase) and understand the frequency spectrum, time domain, and frequency domain. 460.00 02/08/2021 01/20/2022 73
(On-Demand) 7060 Introductory Session - Basic Pump Design This is an on-demand webinar course discussing the fundamentals of how a centrifugal pump works, the different design configurations, and where these configurations are applicable for specific applications. The webinar will be available for 1 week upon getting access. 140.00 02/09/2021 01/20/2022 79
OH1 3196 Installation Maintenance Platform for Electronic Learning (IMPEL) This is a step by step installation and maintenance procedure for an OH1 3196 pump type. Here you'll find everything you need to replace or maintain any existing components, including: • Step-by-step animations: Easy to follow without having to leaf through old, hard copies of manuals • Institutional knowledge: Warnings, cautions and notes, provided by our engineers and expert field service personnel • Corrected procedure: An updated procedure ensures that your installation or maintenance work goes as smoothly as possible, eliminating the need for any unnecessary rework, or costly, unexpected pump shut downs 0.00 03/04/2021 03/19/2021 82
Lift Station Lift station breakdown and cross section 0.00 03/04/2021 03/19/2021 82
BB5 RLIJ Installation Maintenance Platform for Electronic Learning (IMPEL) This is a step by step installation and maintenance procedure for a BB5 RLIJ pump type. Here you'll find everything you need to replace or maintain any existing components, including: • Step-by-step animations: Easy to follow without having to leaf through old, hard copies of manuals • Institutional knowledge: Warnings, cautions and notes, provided by our engineers and expert field service personnel • Corrected procedure: An updated procedure ensures that your installation or maintenance work goes as smoothly as possible, eliminating the need for any unnecessary rework, or costly, unexpected pump shut downs 0.00 03/05/2021 03/23/2021 82
(On-Demand) 7090 Introduction to Vibration Concepts This is an on-demand pay-per-view course (one-time access to each course of one week.) Duration: 1.5 hours. Instructor: Glen Powell. This course is a brief survey of vibration topics for a wide audience. We introduce concepts and terminology related to vibration, with the goal of broadening your knowledge. A concise presentation of a broad range of topics will give you a great starting point for understanding vibration and its importance as it relates to reliability of machines. 80.00 03/12/2021 01/20/2022 79
3110 Pump Fundamentals for Engineers Vibration Fundamentals focuses on educating and training new pump engineers, technical sales, pump system owners, designers, and operators on the fundamentals of pump and system design, including system hydraulics and calculations, pump and system curves, system components, factors affecting reliability and energy consumption, and control. 0.00 04/27/2021 01/18/2022 85
(On-Demand) 2165 Basic Shaft Alignment Tutorials (30) Basic Shaft Alignment Tutorials 2165.1 Reverse Indicator Method The major topics of this tutorial will discuss how to perform the Reverse Indicator method which is also called the Reverse Radial method or the Double Dial method, the advantages and disadvantages of this method, and how to construct alignment models in the side and top views from the shaft position measurements you obtain. 2165.2 Face-Rim Method The major topics of this tutorial will discuss how to perform the Face and Rim method, the advantages and disadvantages of this method, and how to construct alignment models in the side and top views from the shaft position measurements you obtain. 2165.3 Mathematics for Single Unit Moves The major topics of this tutorial will explain the mathematics to solve for single unit moves when using the Reverse Indicator or Face-Rim alignment methods. Single unit movement solutions will solve for the alignment correction moves needed to align one machine to the other machine. Since we are dealing with two element drive systems, like a motor and a pump, one set of equations will show you what moves you need to make to align the pump to the motor. Another set of equations will show you what moves you need to make to align the motor to the pump. 2165.4 Movement Boundary Conditions The topics discussed in this tutorial will define what boundary conditions are, how to determine the movement restrictions in the vertical, lateral, and axial directions, and how to apply these movement restrictions to your side and top view alignment models to assist in determining the most effective movement solutions to bring your equipment into acceptable alignment tolerances. 2165.5 Correcting Misalignment The topics in this tutorial will discuss the considerations when aligning machinery in the vertical, lateral and axial directions, suggestions on which moves you should make first, insuring that the shaft end to shaft end distance is properly attained, how to position your machinery in the vertical and lateral directions, and some suggestions when installing machinery for the very first time. 2165.6 Laser and Electronic Alignment Systems The major topics of this tutorial will discuss the different electronic distance measuring devices that have, or could be, employed to measure shaft alignment possessing accuracies of one thousandths of an inch or better ... the basic operating principles of laser - detector systems ... the advantages and disadvantages of these systems along with suggestions for getting good results ... the mathematics used in laser alignment systems ... sign conventions for vertical offset, vertical angularity, horizontal offset, and horizontal angularity ... and how to construct alignment models from laser alignment system information. 695.00 04/29/2021 12/06/2021 73
(On-Demand) 7120 - Vertical Pumps and Failure Modes This is an on demand pay-per-view course (one-time access to each course segment for a period of one week from first login.) What You Will Learn: - The what, how, and why of the most common vertical pump failure mode - How to identify this failure mode in the field - Practical actions you can take to increase vertical pump life to 15 years - Case Study: Diagnosing and resolving the cause of high vibration using field testing and FEA models - Case Study: Forensic analysis of recurring lineshaft bearing and shaft wear 100.00 04/30/2021 01/20/2022 79
3170 Vibration Fundamentals This course is the first part of two on the vibration analysis series. You will learn about the fundamental characteristics of vibration (frequency, amplitude, phase) and understand the frequency spectrum, time domain, and frequency domain. 0.00 05/03/2021 05/03/2021 85
7120 - Vertical Pumps and Failure Modes What You Will Learn: - The what, how, and why of the most common vertical pump failure mode - How to identify this failure mode in the field - Practical actions you can take to increase vertical pump life to 15 years - Case Study: Diagnosing and resolving the cause of high vibration using field testing and FEA models - Case Study: Forensic analysis of recurring lineshaft bearing and shaft wear 0.00 05/05/2021 05/05/2021 85
7060 Introductory Session - Basic Pump Design Duration: 1.5 hours Instructor: Mike Mancini Information: This is an on-demand webinar course discussing the fundamentals of how a centrifugal pump works, the different design configurations, and where these configurations are applicable for specific applications. 0.00 05/05/2021 12/06/2021 85
9020 Nuclear Quality Assurance Manual Training Nuclear Quality Assurance Manual (NQAM) which covers the construction of Class 1,2, &3 Pumps, and Fabrication of Pump and Valve Parts and Appurtenances and as a Material Organization Supply Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Material in Accordance with ASME Section III, Division 1, with additional Code activities at 2250 W 57th Street, Chicago, IL. 0.00 05/06/2021 05/13/2021 86
7060 Introductory Session - Basic Pump Design One-time access to each course segment for a period of one week from first login. One week after staring a class access expires. One-time extensions are available for a fee. Duration: 1.5 hours Instructor: Mike Mancini Information: This is an on-demand webinar course discussing the fundamentals of how a centrifugal pump works, the different design configurations, and where these configurations are applicable for specific applications. 140.00 05/12/2021 12/06/2021
7120 - Vertical Pumps and Failure Modes In this course, you will learn the what, how, and why of the most common vertical pump failure modes. Not only will you learn how to identify these modes in the field, you will learn practical actions and review various case studies on diagnosing and resolving the cause of high vibration. 100.00 05/12/2021 05/12/2021
7090 Introduction to Vibration Concepts This course is a brief survey of vibration topics for a wide audience. We introduce concepts and terminology related to vibration, with the goal of broadening your knowledge. A concise presentation of a broad range of topics will give you a great starting point for understanding vibration and its importance as it relates to reliability of machines. 80.00 05/12/2021 05/12/2021 89
(On-Demand) 2165 Basic Shaft Alignment Tutorials (7) Basic Shaft Alignment Tutorials 2165.1 Reverse Indicator Method The major topics of this tutorial will discuss how to perform the Reverse Indicator method which is also called the Reverse Radial method or the Double Dial method, the advantages and disadvantages of this method, and how to construct alignment models in the side and top views from the shaft position measurements you obtain. 2165.2 Face-Rim Method The major topics of this tutorial will discuss how to perform the Face and Rim method, the advantages and disadvantages of this method, and how to construct alignment models in the side and top views from the shaft position measurements you obtain. 2165.3 Mathematics for Single Unit Moves The major topics of this tutorial will explain the mathematics to solve for single unit moves when using the Reverse Indicator or Face-Rim alignment methods. Single unit movement solutions will solve for the alignment correction moves needed to align one machine to the other machine. Since we are dealing with two element drive systems, like a motor and a pump, one set of equations will show you what moves you need to make to align the pump to the motor. Another set of equations will show you what moves you need to make to align the motor to the pump. 2165.4 Movement Boundary Conditions The topics discussed in this tutorial will define what boundary conditions are, how to determine the movement restrictions in the vertical, lateral, and axial directions, and how to apply these movement restrictions to your side and top view alignment models to assist in determining the most effective movement solutions to bring your equipment into acceptable alignment tolerances. 2165.5 Correcting Misalignment The topics in this tutorial will discuss the considerations when aligning machinery in the vertical, lateral and axial directions, suggestions on which moves you should make first, insuring that the shaft end to shaft end distance is properly attained, how to position your machinery in the vertical and lateral directions, and some suggestions when installing machinery for the very first time. 2165.6 Laser and Electronic Alignment Systems The major topics of this tutorial will discuss the different electronic distance measuring devices that have, or could be, employed to measure shaft alignment possessing accuracies of one thousandths of an inch or better ... the basic operating principles of laser - detector systems ... the advantages and disadvantages of these systems along with suggestions for getting good results ... the mathematics used in laser alignment systems ... sign conventions for vertical offset, vertical angularity, horizontal offset, and horizontal angularity ... and how to construct alignment models from laser alignment system information. 430.00 05/17/2021 12/06/2021 72
(On-Demand) 2160 Introduction to Shaft Alignment (30) Introductory Shaft Alignment Tutorials 2160.1 Introduction to Shaft Alignment The major topics that will be covered include: the four key ingredients to successfully align machinery, the symptoms you will see if machinery is subjected to run under a misalignment condition, some basic design principles of rotating shafts and the bearings that support them, and the types of static and dynamic forces that occur in machinery. 2160.2 Alignment Tolerances The major topics that will be covered include: the standard terms used to describe a misalignment condition, the one common design feature inherent in every flexible coupling, defining what shaft misalignment is, what are acceptable amounts of misalignment and what tolerances you should try to attain, and some statistical information on what the estimated time to failure of machinery might be when subjected to operate in a moderate to severe misalignment condition. 2160.3 The Eight Steps of Shaft Alignment Discusses the eight major steps involved when aligning rotating machinery. 2160.4 Foundations, Baseplates, and Frames The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the basics of how rotating machinery is attached to structures. The three basic types of rotating machinery support systems ... the types of baseplates machinery is attached to ... and problems to look for on foundations, baseplates, concrete, grout, and anchor bolts. 2160.5 Runout The major topics in this tutorial will discuss how a dial indicator works ... how to perform a shaft lift check ... how to measure runout ... what are acceptable amounts of runout on rotating machinery ... how to determine what is causing the excessive runout and what you need to do to correct it ... and how runout is frequently and unknowingly overlooked when aligning the shafts of our rotating equipment. 2160.6 Soft Foot The major topics in this tutorial will discuss what soft foot is and why it should be corrected. How you should go about finding your soft foot issues and the four steps necessary to correct this often overlooked and misunderstood problem. 2160.7 External Connections The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the issues that can arise when attaching external connections to our rotating equipment ... and how to determine if external connections such as piping, ductwork, or conduit is inducing excessive forces and stresses into our machinery. 2160.8 Vibration on Misaligned Machinery The major topics that will be discussed in this tutorial will start off analyzing the two basic types of forces that act on our rotating machinery. Static and dynamic forces were mentioned in the first tutorial in this training series but we will take a look at the relation and interaction between them here. An abbreviated list of some of the problems that can be identified using vibration analysis as a non-destructive diagnostic tool will be covered as well as a list of problems that typically cannot be identified using vibration analysis. A discussion on the natural elastic behavior of shafts will be covered and how elastic bending occurs under misalignment conditions. Results from two controlled misalignment studies will be presented that will illustrate what happens to the overall vibration on misaligned rotating equipment. 2160.9 The Five Basic Alignment Methods The major topics in this tutorial will discuss the basic roughing in techniques for your initial alignment of machinery. You will be introduced to the five primary alignment measurement methods. We will also cover how to override a runout condition when taking your measurements. 2160.10 The Validity Rule When aligning rotating machinery it is imperative that you obtain accurate shaft positional measurements. It is very easy and very common to make mistakes when taking these measurements so this tutorial will illustrate what you have to be aware of when taking your alignment readings to insure that the measurements you obtain are accurate and repeatable. There is a mathematical pattern that occurs when taking readings at 90 degree intervals around a shaft. This pattern is called the Validity Rule. The Validity Rule will confirm that your measurements make sense but more importantly, can derive a missing measurement if you cannot rotate all the way around the shaft. 2160.11 Bracket Sag and Uncouple When using mechanical brackets, gravity has an effect on the tooling ... and the bracket sag that exists in your set up must be measured and compensated for. We will also discuss whether or not it is a good idea to keep your couplings engaged when taking alignment readings. 695.00 05/19/2021 12/09/2021 73
(On-Demand) 2140 Rolling Element Bearings What you will learn: • Rolling element bearings for pumps o Session 1  Types and construction  Capacity, lubrication, life cycle  Assembly solutions  Why bearings fail prematurely  Performance trade-offs  Matched sets  Experience based rankings o Session 2  Bearing construction revisited  Bearing loads – geometry and life factor  Protecting bearings from particulate contamination • O-rings and seal considerations  Design solutions and life expectancies  Best-in-class companies • Bearing lubrication and application o Session 3  Bearing design upgrades that elevate companies to best-in-class  Oils, oil rings, oilers • Problems and solutions • Practical examples • Design problems to watch for • Flinger disks o Session 4  Lubricant considerations: oil vs grease  Types of oils and greases  Design solutions  Solution rankings  Oil pumps – some considerations 359.00 06/18/2021 03/10/2022 72
(On-Demand) 3110 Pump Fundamentals for Engineers (30) This is an on-demand pay-per-view course (one-time access to each course segment for a period of one week from first login.) Duration: 8-12 Hours Instructor: Mike Mancini. Pumps and Systems Fundamentals Course focuses on educating and training new pump engineers, technical sales, pump system owners, designers, and operators on the fundamentals of pump and system design, including system hydraulics and calculations, pump and system curves, system components, factors affecting reliability and energy consumption, and control. 695.00 08/23/2021 01/18/2022 73
(On-Demand) 2145 Journal Bearings (7) This is an on-demand pay-per-view course (one-time access to each course segment for a period of one week from first login.) Duration: 4-6 Hours Instructor: Paul Salloway Explanation of the science, engineering and applications of plain journal and thrust bearings 259.00 09/30/2021 01/20/2022 72
(On-Demand) 3140 Inspection Guidelines - BB3 Pumps (30) This is an on-demand pay-per-view course (one-time access to each course segment for a period of 30 days from first login.) Duration: 4-6 Hours Instructor: Bob Jennings General inspection considerations for BB3 pumps. 770.00 10/26/2021 01/20/2022 73
(On-Demand) 2145 Journal Bearings (30) This is an on-demand pay-per-view course (one-time access to each course segment for a period of 30 days from first login.) Duration: 4-6 Hours Instructor: Paul Salloway Explanation of the science, engineering and applications of plain journal and thrust bearings 289.00 10/28/2021 01/20/2022 73
(On-Demand) 7010 NPSH NPSH can be an obscure and often misunderstood concept. Join Bob Jennings as he navigates through the fundamentals of understanding the physics of fluids, atmospheric pressure, and the amount of fluid energy required by a pump in order to prevent cavitation. 100.00 12/09/2021 01/20/2022 79
(On-Demand) 2150 Gasket Application This is an on-demand pay-per-view course (one-time access to each course segment for a period of 30 days from first login.) Duration: 3-5 Hours Instructor: David Lies A comprehensive review of all types of gaskets; how to use gaskets; best practices; case studies. 233.00 03/09/2022 03/10/2022 73