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MECHANICAL SEAL AND SEAL SELECTION PROCEDURE



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MECHANICAL SEAL & SEAL SELECTION PROCEDURE - A FEW HIGHLIGHTS
        • Extensive coverage of Seal Designs, Arrangements, etc.
        • API - 682, Types, Arrangements and Plans
        • 2D / 3D graphics, models and animations
        • An Interactive, Seal Selection Procedure tool
        • Glossary, Skill tests, Certificate printouts…
    The Mechanical Seal Training Course covers a large range of Seal types like Pusher Seals, Non-Pusher Seals, Cartridge Seals, Split Seals, Double Seals, Tandem Seals, Dry Gas Seals, Spring Seals, Bellow Seals, etc. and provides a detailed Seal Classification. The primary focus on Mechanical Seal Graphic / Mechanical Seal Animation helps in very clearly understanding Mechanical Seal Operating Principle / Mechanical Seal Working Principle & Mechanical Seal Maintenance Procedures and aids in Seal Repair. The CBT provides detailed knowledge on Seal Installation, Seal Assembly and Seal Dismantling. The Mechanical Seal Training Program has dedicated modules to assist Seal Troubleshooting and Seal Selection (API 682 guided Seal Selection Procedure). Animated Cut-Sections give a Deep Insight into Mechanical Seal Operation and how Mechanical Seals work…

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    MECHANICAL SEAL & SEAL SELECTION PROCEDURE - CONTENT

    1. Mechanical Seal Fundamentals
    1.1. Fundamentals of Mechanical Seal Operation
    1.1.1. Seal requirements
    1.1.2. Packed Stuffing Box
    1.1.3. Simple Mechanical Seal
    1.1.4. Seal Face Lubrication
    1.1.5. Sealing points
    1.2. Basic Seal Designs
    1.2.1. Pusher Seal
    1.2.2. Non-pusher (Bellow) Seal
    1.2.3. Pusher seal vs. Non pusher seal
    1.2.4. API seal types
    1.3. Variation in basic seal designs
    1.3.1. Unbalanced Seals
    1.3.2. Balanced Seals
    1.3.3. Mixer Seals
    1.3.4. High Pressure Seals
    1.3.5. High Speed Seals
    1.3.6. Dry Gas Seal
    1.3.7. Split seal
    1.4. Mechanical Seal Arrangements
    1.4.1. Inside Seals
    1.4.2. Outside Seals
    1.4.3. Double Seals
    1.4.4. Tandem Seals
    1.4.5. Cartridge Seals
    1.4.6. API seal arrangements
    2. Environmental Controls - Popular Seal Flushing – API Plans
    2.1. Standard Seal Flush Plan 1
    2.2. Standard Seal Flush Plan 2
    2.3. Standard Seal Flush Plan 11
    2.4. Standard Seal Flush Plan 12
    2.5. Standard Seal Flush Plan 13
    2.6. Standard Seal Flush Plan 21
    2.7. Standard Seal Flush Plan 22
    2.8. Standard Seal Flush Plan 23
    2.9. Standard Seal Flush Plan 31
    2.10. Standard Seal Flush Plan 32
    2.11. Standard Seal Flush Plan 41
    2.12. Standard Seal Flush Plan 51
    2.13. Standard Seal Flush Plan 52
    2.14. Standard Seal Flush Plan 53
    2.15. Standard Seal Flush Plan 54
    2.16. Standard Seal Flush Plan 61
    2.17. Standard Seal Flush Plan 62
    3. Seal Installation / Operation / Maintenance
    3.1. Equipment Checkpoints
    3.2. Seal Checkpoints
    3.3. Seal Installation
    3.4. Environmental Controls Installation
    3.5. Start-up and operation
    3.6. Seal Maintenance
    4. Troubleshooting and Failure Analysis
    4.1. Full contact Pattern
    4.2. Coning (Negative Rotation)
    4.3. Thermal Distortion (Positive R