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Gas Turbine

Gas Turbine

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Published by Araby Gamal Gamal
Gas Turbine
Gas Turbine

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Published by: Araby Gamal Gamal on Jul 29, 2013
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Gas Turbine Training
On Site Training
Gas Turbine Training classes provide technical information and hands on experience (if engine is available) for those people who maintain the LM1600, LM2500, LM2500Marine,LM2500+, LM5000, and LM6000 gas turbine engines.The goal of each training program is to build confidence based on knowledge andunderstanding.Engine System Familiarization and Maintenance Procedures are key focal points of eachprogram.This training program is built on a foundation that will enable the student tounderstand:
Engine Nomenclature & Functions Engine Systems Operation Gas Turbine Principles and Theory Troubleshooting Techniques Through Class Discussions Maintenance and Preventative Maintenance Borescope Inspection 
Class Types 
Classes are available and customized to meet your trainingrequirements.
Classes and on site training can take place anywhere in the world.
Classes are scheduled upon request and actual training dates aredependent upon instructor availability.
Types of classes offered are Engine Familiarization, EngineMaintenance Familiarization, Level One and Level Two, Hot and Cold,and Borescope.
Classes can take place at the customer site or any facility that meetsthe needs of the customer.
Training programs are designed to be flexible.
Cost quotations are available upon request.
Engine Maintenance andFamiliarization Courses
Both Engine Maintenance and Maintenance Familiarization courses coverboth engine hardware and systems.
Hardware is covered from engine frames and major assemblies to individualparts.
Details of location, fit, function, method of retention and pertinentmaintenance information are covered.
In the Level One, Level Two, and Borescope classes, hardware discussions
are enhanced by “hands on” disassembly/assembly (if engine is available) of 
the various engine components.
Engine Familiarization courses provide a broad description of the engine andsystem operation. Some maintenance information is covered.
Engine Heavy Maintenance courses include a deeper level of discussion of engine construction down to the rotor and stator assemblies.
Systems training includes explanation of the hardware, operation,parameters, maintenance, and troubleshooting tips. All engine relatedsystems are covered in detail. A few of the systems covered are lubrication,venting, fuel, and starting.

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