Training tailored to specific requirements
Customized classes are available on request for most Woodward control products, control platforms, and other MSHS product applications. Dates and class curriculum may be tailored to meet customer-specific application and system requirements. Select custom dates for our standard Woodward mechanical governors and actuators courses to Woodward control products, control platforms, applications, and upper-level electronic controls, including Micronet and GAP software.
Customized training also may be arranged for Basler AVRS & Excitation Controls, Bently Nevada Vibration Monitoring Systems, Kral Fuel Metering Systems, and Schaller Oil Mist Detectors.
Custom training can be delivered at the customer’s site or any MSHS location – Florida, Louisiana, Virginia, or Washington. Custom training is available in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Contact the MSHS Training Coordinator at (877) 659-6328 or email email@example.com to arrange a custom class.
This class covers the servicing and commissioning power management systems using the 723 and DSLC & MSLC controls. The training includes the theory, installation, programming, operation, and maintenance of the 723 and DSLC & MSLC control system with the help of simulators and various modules.
Learn about the Woodward EGCP-3. This class will begin with an introduction to the basics of power management. The installation, programming, troubleshooting, and operation of the EGCP-3 will be covered and class members will gain hands-on experience in programming the control.
Mechanical Governor Basics including TG, PG, PGA, PGG, PG-PL, UG-8, UG-25, etc. Learn about Woodward’s mechanical governor theory, installation, calibration/testing procedures, and maintenance. Practical training includes hands-on assembly and adjustments of controls.
This course starts with the fundamentals of AVR and excitation systems, from the wiring diagram moving on to the step-by-step configuring of a DECS200. The class includes hands-on setting up and configuring the two different AVRs and a review of the use of tuning tools.
Theory, functionality, description, and components of Schaller VISATRON device and its background about the formation of Oil Mist in the crankcase compartment, interaction between engine functionality. Measuring principles and opacity will be covered plus practical training, maintenance, installation, troubleshooting as well as industry regulations.
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