Yogyakarta | 25 – 28 Juli 2016 | Rp 7.950.000/person
Yogyakarta | 02 – 05 Agustus 2016 | Rp 7.950.000/person
Yogyakarta | 27 – 30 September 2016 | Rp 7.950.000/person
Yogyakarta | 25 – 28 Oktober 2016 | Rp 7.950.000/person

Jadwal Training 2016 Selanjutnya …




The degree to which compressors are maintained today ranges from “wait until destruction” to a “complete” but extravagant program. This seminar presents maintenance strategies that are economical and yet assure required compressor availability. Participants review the fundamentals of compressors and the techniques for maintaining them. Participants examine proper methods of parts repair techniques as well as diagnostic tests for identifying and determining problems. Participants will study in depth preventive maintenance programs including the purpose of such programs and their planning and implementation. The seminar will introduce new concepts and approaches through actual case studies, which will enable you to successfully implement new ideas.



This course is designed for plant and maintenance engineers, maintenance managers and supervisors and compressor specialists. It should be valuable to senior maintenance mechanics and those who are involved with compressors, their operation and their maintenance.



  1. Compressor Types
    • a. Centrifugal
    • b. Helical screw
    • c. Reciprocating
    • d. Application ranges
    • e. Application ranges
    • f. Short cut selection methods
  2. Turbo compressor Maintenance
    • a. Overview of alignment methods
    • b. Predictive versus preventive strategies
    • c. Run-length extension surveys
    • d. Machinery turnaround planning
  3. Reciprocating Compressor Operation
    • a. Lubrication systems
    • b. Valves, valve problems and rebuilding
    • c. Packing and packing problems
    • d. Controls and cooling systems
  4. Saving Compressor Air Cost While Increasing Efficiency
    • a. The impact of artificial demand
    • b. Today’s compressor control
    • c. Realistic leak management
    • d. Stabilizing a compressed air system
    • e. Compressed air dryers
  5. Reciprocating Compressor Preventive Maintenance
    • a. Types of maintenance programs
    • b. Purpose of preventive maintenance
    • c. Inspection and inspection forms
    • d. Vendor and contractor requirements
    • e. Planning and implementation
  6. Overhaul and Repair of Reciprocating Compressors
    • a. Methods of repair and overhaul
    • b. Alignment and piston rod run out
    • c. Foundation problems and repair
    • d. Component repair and rebuilding
  7. Troubleshooting Compressor Problems
  • Basic approaches to compressor troubleshooting
  • Typical problems and solutions
  • Diagnostic test
  • Examples from recent failure incidents


Dr.Ir. Paryana Puspaputra, M.Eng., and Team

Paryana Puspaputra was born in Kotabumi on January 19, 1964, is a Lecturer at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Indonesia Islamic University – Indonesia. Undergraduate from Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (ITB) in 1990 and master degree in Mechanical Engineering Department of Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan in 1996. He achieved his doctorate degree in Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia (ITB) in 2012. He is also experienced as consultant and training instructure for several manufacturing and oil company, such as Chevron, Total, KPA, Petrokimia, Semen, Indonesia Power, etc. His background in mechanical equipment and machinery is completed with knowledge in instrumentation technology which was started from his final project in undergraduate by making software and data acquisition for predictive maintenance, and continued with his graduate thesis in control system for nano technology. There are researches and industrial implementation in data acquisition such as building the DNC system for production-shop using CNC machine, developing the balancing machine for Panasia Indosyntex – Bandung, SCADA system Development based on Fuji Electric control system (for IPAL – Pertamina – Cilacap, Toxic Gas Monitoring – Dieng – Central Java, etc). Moreover, he is also an official trainer of softwares for design and manufacturing base on CAD/CAM Technology (AutoCAD, Inventor, and Delcam PowerShape, ArtCAM) and familier with some finite element based analysys softwares such as Moldflow, ANSYS, SAP, CAESAR II, etc.


Yogyakarta (Jogjakarta plaza hotel/Ibis hotel yogyakarta/Ibis Styles yogyakarta hotel/Mutiara hotel/ Melia Purosani hotel)


 4 days


  • 21 Jun 2016-24 Jun 2016
  • 25 Jul 2016-28 Jul 2016
  • 02 Aug 2016-05 Aug 2016
  • 27 Sep 2016-30 Sep 2016
  • 25 Oct 2016-28 Oct 2016
  • 28 Nov 2016-01 Dec 2016
  • 27 Dec 2016-30 Dec 2016


  1. Rp 7.950.000/person (full fare)  or
  2.  Rp 7.750.000/person (early bird, payment 1 week before training)  or
  3. Rp 7.500.000/person (if there are 3 or more participants from the same company)


  1. Training Module
  2. Flash Disk contains training material
  3. Certificate
  4. Stationeries: NoteBook and Ballpoint
  5. T-Shirt
  6. Backpack
  7. Training Photo
  8. Training room with Full AC facilities and multimedia
  9. Lunch and twice coffeebreak every day of training
  10. Qualified Instructor
  11. Transportation for participants from hotel of participants to/from hotel of training – VV (if minimal participants is 4 persons from the same company)

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