Electric and hydraulic elevators and escalators

Online price: SAR 1100

Offline Price: SAR 1900

Course Duration: 5 days

Duration (Hrs) 20 Hours/Hours

Course date: 29/05/2022

Course Mentor: Engineering Science Institute for Training

Corse objective:

  • Understand maintenance operations, types, and planning.
  • acquiring maintenance improvement skills
  • Preparing preventive maintenance plans and inventory control systems to raise the efficiency of maintenance operations.
  • Increasing equipment uptime
  • Reducing repair times.
  • Applying the best method for carrying out maintenance
  • Prepare and reduce preventive maintenance.
  • Monitoring spare parts stock
  • Plan and organize maintenance work.
  • Preparing the preventive maintenance plan and monitoring  it

Targeted groups:

  • Managers and supervisors in the maintenance and technical management sectors.
  • Managers, heads of administrative departments, and those responsible for managing operation and maintenance.
  • All engineers, technicians, and everyone involved in maintenance, production, and operation.
  • Decision makers in performing the work
  • Business owners in the maintenance and technical support sectors.
  • Everyone who finds himself in need of this course and wants to develop his skills and experience.

Course content:

  • Elevator Components

1:1 The machine

1:2 Control panel

1:3 Emergency braking system

1:4 U.P.S

1:5 Elevator doors

1:6 Cabinet doors

1:7 Rails

1:8 Balance weight

1:9 Cabinet

1:10 Elevator shaft

1:11 Machine room

  • Elevator types

2:1 Elevator types in terms of loads

2:2 Elevator types in terms of movement

2:3 Elevator types in terms of operation

  • Elevator architectural needs

3:1 Machine room

3:2 Elevator shaft

3:3 cabin

3:4 Landing & Cabin Door

3:5 Elevator’s Pit

  • Characteristics that control elevator design
  • Standard specifications for cabin dimensions
  • Elevator maintenance
  • Elevator safety measures

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