Primarily used to drive pumps and compressors, electric motors are widely used across both the power generation and oil and gas industries. An electric motor works by converting electrical energy into mechanical force, the force is created by placing a current-carrying conductor into a magnetic field.
About this course
Covers the design, manufacture, specification and safe operation of high voltage induction (electric) motors. A workshop tour
will provide you with a practical appreciation of all major motor components and the manufacturing process.
Who should attend
Suitable for engineers, graduates, managers and anyone new to the industry wanting to know more about electric motors.
09:15 - 15:30Location:
EIC London, SE1 7TP (view on map)Dietary:
Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, please let us know of any special dietary requirements prior to the course date, as these will have to be pre-arranged. Equipment:
Safety shoes are to be worn during the workshop tour, limited shoes are available at ATB Laurence – If you do not own a pair, please state this at the time of booking.
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