NCCER Power Generation Maintenance Electrician Level 4

NCCER Power Generation Maintenance Electrician Level 4

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 This title is "Available on Demand" and will take up to 4-6 weeks delivery. This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Local Calculations- Branch and Feeder Circuits, Motor Calculations, Overcurrent...
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 This title is "Available on Demand" and will take up to 4-6 weeks delivery.

This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Local Calculations- Branch and Feeder Circuits, Motor Calculations, Overcurrent Protection, Specialty Transformers, Advanced Motor Controls, Motor Operation and Maintenance, Generator Maintenance, Switchgear and Breaker Maintenance, Preventative and Predictive Maintenance, Medium Voltage Terminations and Splices, Fire Alarm Systems, Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection, and Standby and Emergency Systems.

Table of Contents

(Total Level Hours: 197.5)

26301-08 Load Calculations – Branch and Feeder Circuits (17.5 Hours; from Electrical Level Three)

26309-08 Motor Calculations (12.5 Hours; from Electrical Level Three)

26305-08 Overcurrent Protection (25 Hours; from Electrical Level Three)

26406-08 Specialty Transformers (10 Hours; from Electrical Level Four)

26407-08 Advanced Motor Controls (20 Hours; from Electrical Level Four)

26410-08 Motor Operation and Maintenance (10 Hours; from Electrical Level Four)

NEW ! 50401-10 Generator Maintenance (20 Hours)

Covers the operating characteristics and major components of AC and DC generators. Topics include generator connection methods; voltage regulators; auxiliary systems; and maintenance procedures.

NEW ! 50402-11 Switchgear and Breaker Maintenance (25 Hours)

Reviews the safety practices associated with power station electrical work, explains how medium-voltage and low-voltage sources are developed and used in the power station, and how the station power system functions in a blackout or shutdown situation. Also describes the circuit breakers, switchgear, and motor control centers used in power stations, and provides instructions for maintenance of these devices.

32401-09 Preventive and Predictive Maintenance (10 Hours; from Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Level Four)

26411-08 Medium Voltage Terminations and Splices (10 Hours; from Electrical Level Four)

26405-08 Fire Alarm Systems (15 Hours; from Electrical Level Four)

26409-08 Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection (10 Hours; from Electrical Level Four)

40401-09 Standby and Emergency Systems (12.5 Hours; from Industrial Maintenance E&I Technician Level Four)

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