203-03 Motor Control Centers

Covers the definition an purpose of a motor control center and a control control center's role in process safety.
$16.00

Course Number 203-03

Motor Control Centers

1.6 hour of instruction

Covers the definition an purpose of a motor control center and a control control center's role in process safety. Specifics include; cabinet and its features; motor control center electrical system; buss system; single line diagram; and inspection and maintenance. 

Prerequisites - Knowledge of basic electrical diagrams (Course Number 127) and electrical equipment terms. It is mandatory the trainee be knowledgeable in; the lock and tag procedures as practiced at your facility; electrical safety and grounding procedures the apply at your facility; and the proper selection and use of protective equipment as required for you facility.

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