Although mechanical engineering is one of the oldest engineering disciplines used by mankind, it was not until the European Industrial Revolution of the 1700s that mechanical engineering became a formal area of study and practical application. This engineering discipline involves the use of scientific principles to create tools and equipment made from adequate materials. Today, mechanical engineering impacts nearly every industry that requires physical infrastructure, and the age old engineering practice keeps pace with the times by incorporating the latest technological advances into its standard processes. The skill set associated with mechanical engineering is portable across continents and presents special opportunities for those pursuing careers in mechanical engineering.
This workshop is designed for engineers and technicians from a wide range of backgrounds and will provide an excellent introduction to troubleshooting and maintenance of conveyors and chutes.
This introductory workshop is designed for those with little or no prior formal background, who function as managers, supervisors, engineers, planners, inspectors, designers, researchers, investors or procurers, and who seek a basic understanding of the practical aspects of mechanical engineering.
The objective of pipe stress analysis is to prevent premature failure of piping and piping components and ensuring that piping stresses are kept within allowable limits.
You will have an opportunity to learn and discuss the techniques and procedures used in the design and engineering of complex process plants.
Gas turbine "newbies" and more experienced technical personnel who want an overview of the operation and gas turbine technologies available should attend this workshop.
This workshop is designed for personnel with a need to understand the use, care, installation, or the economics associated with mechanical machinery.
The workshop will be of immense benefit to those involved in the procurement, operation and maintenance of pumps and compressors.
This course is designed to equip you with best practice techniques in all aspects of pipeline design, integrity, maintenance and repair mainly in a land based environment.
The focus will be on the most up-to-date information and best practice in balancing, alignment and condition monitoring of rotating equipment.
This intensive and highly practical workshop will give you the most up-to-date information and practical understanding of the installation, operation, maintenance and management of boiler plants.
All personnel involved with the design and maintenance in and around a controlled environment should attend this practical, hand-on workshop.
This workshop is designed for engineers and technicians from a wide range of abilities and backgrounds and will provide an excellent introduction to basic design rules of conveyors and chutes.
This course will cover the fundamental principles and concepts related to corrosion, the metallurgical and environmental factors that influence it, and the various methods employed for corrosion control and failure prevention.
This unique workshop is designed for engineers and technicians from a wide range of abilities and backgrounds and provides an excellent introduction to the fundamentals of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.
You will have an opportunity to discuss pneumatic systems construction, design-applications, operations, maintenance and management issues and be provided with the most up-to-date information and best practice in dealing with the subject.
This information packed practical course on Hydraulics and Pneumatics would enhance your knowledge of the fundamentals, improve your maintenance programs and help you become excellent troubleshooter of the problems in this area.
In this workshop you will learn all about Hydraulic Systems construction, design applications, operations, maintenance and management issues. This highly practical and interactive course will discuss: hydraulic systems construction, design-applications, operation maintenance and management issues.
You will have an opportunity to discuss lubricant management, design-applications, operations, maintenance and management issues and be provided with the most up-to-date information and best practice in dealing with the subject.
This workshop aims to provide you with the knowledge to tackle machinery safety control problems at a basic and practical level whilst following the best available international standards.
A practical workshop which provides a detailed examination of the detection, location and diagnosis of faults in rotating and reciprocating machinery using vibration analysis.
The workshop has been designed to examine most mechanical drives such as belts, chains, gears in terms of improved lubrication, proper alignment and fastening techniques.
After attending this workshop, you will have the knowledge and confidence to select correct seal types, analyse failed seals, determine the cause/s of failure and propose practical, remedial action.
This workshop covers the principle, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the most commonly used types of compressors - it raises the knowledge bar by many notches for someone new to compressors while at the same proving to be a very good refresher and reference material for an expert in gas compression.
You will learn valuable tips and tricks in working with your pumping system; deriving more value from this often misunderstood critical plant asset.
You will have the opportunity to discuss pump/compressor construction, design-applications, operations, maintenance and management issues and be provided with the most up-to-date information and best practice in dealing with the subject.
This is a practical participative workshop using sample slings and components; new and old to practically demonstrate features and correct use.
This workshop is designed to familiarise you with the principles and the process of implementing a RCM program.
Good installation and routing practices not only enhance system performance and efficiency but also provide sufficient safeguards under conditions of extreme pressure and temperature.
This workshop will cover RCA root cause analysis, approach common RCA methodologies with examples/practical work, the RCA team, failure analysis vs. opportunity analysis plus more…
This course is structured so that the inspection and maintenance personnel will benefit most from the first two days and the third day will also benefit pressure vessel engineers and system designers.