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EARTHING, BONDING, LIGHTNING & SURGE PROTECTION of Electrical and Electronic Systems & Equipment

EARTHING, BONDING, LIGHTNING & SURGE PROTECTION of Electrical and Electronic Systems & Equipment

Hotel Ibis, Yogyakarta | 1-3 February 2012 | IDR  5.500.000 per participant
Hotel Ibis, Yogyakarta | 15-17 May 2012 | IDR  5.500.000 per participant
Hotel Ibis, Yogyakarta | 6-8 June  2012 | IDR  5.500.000 per participant

DESCRIPTION

Few topics generate as much controversy and argument as that of grounding and the associated topics of surge protection, shielding and lightning protection of electrical and electronic systems. Poor grounding practice can be the cause of continual and intermittent difficult-to-diagnose problems in a facility. This workshop looks at these issues from a fresh yet practical perspective and enables you to reduce expensive downtime on your plant and equipment to a minimum by correct application of these principles.

 

OBJECTIVES

  1. Apply the various methods of grounding electrical systems
  2. Detail the applicable national Standards
  3. Describe the purposes of grounding and bonding
  4. List the types of systems that cannot be grounded
  5. Describe what systems can be operated ungrounded
  6. Correctly shield sensitive communications cables from noise and interference
  7. Apply practical knowledge of surge and transient protection
  8. Troubleshoot and fix grounding and surge problems
  9. Design, install and test an effective grounding system for electronic equipment
  10. Understand lightning and how to minimize its  impact on your facility
  11. Protect sensitive equipment from lightning

 

OUTLINE

1.Introduction And Basics

Fundamentals of grounding

  •  bonding
  • Lightning
  •  surge protection
  • shielding

2.Recommended Design And Installation Practices

  • Wiring and grounding for safety and  performance
  • Wiring and distribution systems
  • Dedicated and derived neutral systems
  • Grounding and bonding equipment

3.Fundamentals Of Grounding For Building Electrical Systems

  • Grounding of building systems
  • Which electrical systems can be operated ungrounded
  • Proper methods of grounding building electrical systems
  • Location of the service grounding connection
  •  Proper sizing of grounded (neutral) conductors

4.Typical Rules To Be Applied

  • Rules for multiple services to one building
  • Rules for low impedance and high impedance systems
  • Rules for bonding requirements at building service equipment
  • Grounding electrodes, systems and conductors
  • Bonding enclosures and equipment
  • Equipment grounding conductor types
  • Enclosure and equipment grounding
  •  Grounding of separately derived systems

5. Grounding And Noise Control

  •  Misconceptions of performance grounding
  • Single point versus multi point techniques
  •  Noise and zero signal reference grid
  • Avoiding non recommended practices
  • Shielding

6. Electrical Faults

  • Ground fault circuit interrupters
  • Equipment ground fault protection systems

7. Applications Of Grounding And  Bonding

  • Grounding and bonding in hazardous  (classified) locations
  • Grounding and bonding for health care
  • Grounding and bonding for swimming pools,  hot tubs and spas
  •  Static and electricity: grounding and bonding  requirements
  • Common violations
  • Building electrical inspection procedures
  • How to recognize hazards

 

8. LIGHTNING

  • Need for a lightning protection system
  • Which protection systems work and which don’t
  • Best location for IT equipment
  • Optimum grounding for building
  • Pitfalls of isolated grounding
  • Shielding and bonding of electronics and communications
  •  Optimum location of surge protection devices

 

9. SURGE AND TRANSIENT PROTECTION

  • Lightning phenomena
  • Protection of power supply
  • Protection of electric communications circuits
  • Power system faults and switching surges
  • Mitigation techniques
  • Case studies

10. POWER CONDITIONING

  • Power conditioners
  • Uninterruptible power systems
  • Power quality alternative sources

INSTRUCTOR

Tugino, ST MT

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Instrumentation & Control Engineers, Consulting Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Project Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Electrical Contractors,Safety Professionals, Consulting Engineers, Electricians, Electrical Inspectors, Power System Protection & Control Engineers, Building Service Designers, Data Systems Planners and Managers, Electrical and Instrumentation Technicians

DELIVERY TYPE

Lecturing,  interactive discussion, presentation, and case study.

 

FACILITIES

  • Training module (hardcopy & softcopy)
  • Stationeries: notebook and ballpoint
  • Training bag or backpack
  • 1x lunch &  2x coffee break at days of training
  • Exclusive T-Shirt
  • Certificate
  • Training photo
  • Transportation for participants from the airport/railway station to hotel/training venue (Minimal number of participants from the same company is 2 persons)

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