Introduction to Mechanical Maintenance

Sunderland Engineering Training Association(Seta)
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  • 5 Days
  • Accredited Certification
  • United Kingdom

An introduction to practical mechanical maintenance. ABOUT THIS COURSE
An introduction to practical mechanical maintenance, this course provides instruction in techniques relevant to safe, first line maintenance. Instruction takes place both in the classroom and in Seta’s state-of-the-art workshop facilities.

This course is ideally suited to those with little or no mechanical maintenance experience.

Safety relevant to mechanical maintenance
Interpretation of engineering drawings and symbols
Measuring instruments relevant to mechanical maintenance
Tools and equipment: safe use of standard hand tools and equipment
Dismantling techniques: correct isolation from power sources; dismantling sequence; and marking and protection of parts
Re-assembling techniques: re-assembly sequence and commissioning
Bearings: identification of bearing types, codes and cross references; common bearing faults; and removal and fitting of bearings
Belt and Chain Drives: identification of flat, vee and tooth belts; removal and replacement of belts and chains; checking pulley alignment; and belt/chain tensions
Drives and Couplings: types; removal and assembly of couplings; and ensuring drive shaft alignment
Drive Keys: identification of key types, key applications

Sunderland Engineering Training Association(Seta)

17 Sedling Road,

Wear Industrial Estate,


NE38 9BZ,

Tel: 0191 416 2860