O'Neal Steel Joanne M.
Although the material in the course was technical, it was presented so that it was not difficult to understand.
Clearwater Paper Brandon C.
Small group - easier to learn material.
USG Sal N.
(What I liked most about the seminar was…) Very Informative.
Freeport McMoRan Joseph L.
Learned things about rigging that I was previously misinformed about.
Purdue University Don C.
The experience of the instructor. The hospitality of the company and the
instructor was greatly appreciated. The training material & the instructor added greatly to the course.
This crane course teaches the different methods of controlling D.C. motors as used on cranes. Block diagrams of various manufacturers’ controls are utilized to explain the operation in a crane application. D.C. motor basics and preventive maintenance are also covered in detail. Additionally, this crane training course covers proper preventive maintenance procedures and alignment for D.C. motor controls.
- Understand D.C. characteristics, diode and SCR rectification
- Identify D.C. motor construction and perform maintenance
- Use system schematics to explain relay logic
- Properly text and adjust the electric control systems
- Troubleshoot the system to the faulty component
- General & Electrical Safety
- Electrical Theory - Power Distribution
- Ohm's Law & Kirchoff's Laws
- Series and Parallel Circuits
- DC Motors
- Motor Construction & Operation
- Series Wound & Shunt Wound Motors
- Inspection, Testing & Troubleshooting
- Inspection & Adjustment
- Brake Wheels
- Electrical Schematics & Diagrams
- Limit Switches & Motor control “power” circuits
- Acceleration controls circuits
- System testing and troubleshooting