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FTB - Basic Field Tech Training

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 Field Techs for the Jenbacher product portfolio or employees from other departments who need detailed product knowledge for their daily jobs. This training is a prerequisite for the course module ´FTA - Advanced Field Tech Training´ and "MR - Maintenance & Repair Training".
  2, 3, 4, 6, 9, J624
  General
 7.5 days

Brief Description

  • Basic training for service engineers who want to understand the design, operation and maintenance of Jenbacher gas engine modules.

Target Group

  • Field Techs for the Jenbacher product portfolio or employees from other departments who need detailed product knowledge for their daily jobs. This training is a prerequisite for the course module ´FTA - Advanced Field Tech Training´ and "MR - Maintenance & Repair Training".

Theoretical and practical contents

  • Engine and engine components (type 2, 3, 4 & 6)
  • Operation materials (water, gas, oil, TI's)
  • P & ID and wiring diagram (identification of components, gas-, water-, oil- circuit, electrical cabinet)
  • Gas train (components, adjustments)
  • Engine control system (speed-, power-, island- and LEANOX controller, parameters, gas mixer)
  • Engine management system - level 15 (dia.ne versions, tech. Specification, trouble shooting)
  • Ignition system (different systems, spark plugs and ignition coils, measurement)
  • Knocking (knocking controller, cylinder optimizing)
  • Inspection and maintenance works according to maintenance schedule (maintenance schedules, secure engine shut down, special tools, maintenance works at the engine - up to 10.000 OH)

Participation in this training course will give you

  • a good overview of the Jenbacher gas engine technology
  • an insight into the structure of a Jenbacher gas engine module and terminology for the individual components
  • a basic understanding of design criteria for peripheral equipment that is necessary for a CHP plant
  • the knowledge required for a successful operation of the Jenbacher gas engine equipment in manual and automatic modes
  • the knowledge required to operate the different DIA.NE generations at level 15
  • guidance on regular maintenance according to the 10,000 operating hours maintenance schedule
  • the ability to adjust and optimize the relevant control loops including adjustment of the LEANOX controller
  • the ability to adjust and optimize different gas trains

Comments

  • Course duration:
  •       • 7.5 days - 49 training units of 60 minutes each
  • Number of participants:
  •       • Minimum of 5 and maximum of 8 people
  • Languages:
  •       • German, English
          • Other languages on request or through an interpreter

Prerequisites

  • Degree in electrical or mechanical engineering
  • IT knowledge (Windows, Office, Internet)
  • Participants must bring their own safety boots
  • bring a laptop to the training
  • eTraining 'pre FTB1, pre FTB2, pre FTB3' has to be completed before the training starts
  • eTraining 'dia.ne XT4 basics' has to be completed before the training starts

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