099-00S - 6-Topic Power Transmission Installation and Maintenance Training DVD (IBT)
This affordable and recently-produced video training package reviews and demonstrates the proper installation and maintenance techniques related to six industrial power transmission components.
The package includes six titles, each of which is a practical, and self-contained training program on the topic.
Each topic reviews the basics of proper installation and maintenance, provides tips on storage, environmental
concerns, and other factors needed to help extend component service life. Safety considerations are also stressed in each title, emphasizing the hazards associated with equipment in service while presenting ways to avoid or eliminate personal injury and equipment damage.
Each topic in this training series includes a student workbook, as well as a pre-test and final exam. A Certificate of Completion is provided for each course.
This six-topic package is only available in DVD format.
Preview copies are available.
• Pre-Test with Answers
• Final Exam with Answers
• Certificate of Completion Redemption Form
Belt Drives: Why Belts are Used • The Variables Affecting Performance • The Storage of Belts • Installation of Belts • V-Belt Tensioning • V-Belt Maintenance • PM Procedures • PM Techniques
Chain Drives: Use and History • Advantages of Roller Chain • Chain Classification (Single
Strand and Multiple Strand) • Roller Chain Construction (Roller Links and Pin Links • Roller Chain Identification (Pitch, Chain Width and Roller Diameter) • Types of Connectors (Connectors Link, Offset Link, and 2-Pitch Offset) *Roller Chain Installation (Aligning Shafts, Aligning Sprockets, Spring Clip, and Cotter Pin) • Chain Tension • Chain Lubrication (Manual or Drip, Oil Bath or Disc, and Oil Stream or Pressure Spray) • Roller Chain Inspection (Wear, Elongation, alignment, Lubrication Performance, and PM Checks)
Sheave Bushings: The Use and History • Principle of Design • Taper-Lock Bushings (Principle of Operation, Undersized Shaft Capacity, Integral Key, Nomenclature, Installation, Removal, Specials (Weld-on and Adaptors), Dimension Charts, Dimension Sizes, and Service Factor & Loading) • QD Bushings (Principle of Operation, Standard
Mounting Instructions, Reverse Mounting Instructions, Installation Steps, Removal Steps, Screw Tightening Information, Torque Ratings & Dimensions) • SH Bushings (Principle of
Operation, Mounting Steps, and Dismounting Steps) • Trantorque Bushings (Installation, and Temperature Considerations).
Coupling Selection: Basics & History (flexible, Non-Flexible, and Universal) • Flexible Couplings • Coupling failures (Troubleshooting and Inspection) • Coupling Selection (Horsepower, Driver Equipment, Driven Equipment, Speed, Size, space, and Environment)
• Types of Flexible Couplings (Gear, Grid, Elastomeric, Disc, Jaw, Sleeve, and Chain)
• Installation & Alignment (Shaft Attachment and Shaft Alignment) • Secondary Functions (Clutching, Insulation, Accessibility, Cushioning of Shock Loads)
Unmounted Rolling Element Bearings: Types (Plain (or Sleeve) and Rolling Element)
• Rolling Element Information • Types of Rolling Elements (Radial Ball, Angular Contact, Selfaligning, Cylindrical Roller, Spherical Roller, Tapered Roller, Needle Bearing Installation (Measuring, Press-Fitting, Mounting) • Troubleshooting (Brinelling,
Contamination, Fretting, Peeling, Spalling, Misalignment, Electric Arching, and Seizing)
• Glossary of Bearing Terms
Mounted Rolling Element Bearings: History & Purpose of Mounted Bearings • Types of Mounted Bearings (Pillow Blocks, Flanged cartridge, Split housing, Take-Up Units) • Bearing Loads & Speeds (Radial, Thrust, and Combination) • Assembly of Pillow Block Bearings (Step by Step Procedure) • Radial Internal Clearance (Special Clearances and Tolerance Tables) • Lubrication Information (functions of Lubrication (Primary and
Secondary Functions), Grease Lubrication (Grease Selection Guide, Grease Classification, Grease Testing, Operation Conditions, Relubrication Interval, Relubrication Quantity), Cleaning of Bearings, and oil Lubrication) • Advantages Oil vs. Grease • Protection Against Moisture • Bearing Terminology.
These educational materials have been developed by the producer based on industrial best practices. DAC resumes no liabilities for damages or injury related to the techniques and methods described.
In accordance with DAC’s established policy of continuous improvement, these specifications and product descriptions are subject to change without notice. This information is the latest technical information as of the time of viewing or printing.