Course 4 - Intermediate Mechanical Seals and ABSA/CRN Discussion

Engineering Training Courses in Calgary at the Calgary Pump Symposium

This September 26, you will have the chance to attend one of the five engineering training courses we are offering at the Calgary Pump Symposium. All five courses will be taking place on the very first day of the event, and all presentations will be on the second day. Check out the presentations we have this year. This course about Mechanical Seals and ABSA has been designed for end-user/OEM/contractor personnel working with rotating equipment, such as centrifugal pumps used in process industries.


Rotating Equipment Training in Calgary

Our one-day course about Mechanical Seals and ABSA/CRN will be taught by Andrew Mathias who is District Manager-Canada at Flowserve FSG; Curtis Thompson who is Technical Sales Representative at John Crane Canada Inc.; and Amin Sabzevari who is the Co-founder of Aspen Technology Solutions Ltd.

Learn more about Andrew Mathias, Curtis Thompson, and Amin Sabzevari here.


Intermediate Mechanical Seals and ABSA/CRN Course Outline

Mechanical Seals:

  • When would you select a single seal, dual unpressurized seal, dual pressurized seal, a seal with a 'back-up' containment seal and what are the appropriate piping plans for each.

  • Solving case study issues where miss-selection of seals and/or seal system piping plans could have or did result in unreliable or troublesome operation.

  • Conduct a detailed observation analysis to identify and resolve mechanical seal failures associated with rotating equipment

  • Overview of mechanical seal engineering principles

  • API Piping plan overviews and best practices for the most common types

ABSA/CRN:

  • Design registration exceptions

  • Accountability and reliability

  • PSV requirements


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