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Dry Gas Seals | June 17-20, 2024 | Perth, Australia | Asia-Pacific | Classroom

Dry Gas Seals: Basics

John Crane’s four-day, Dry Gas Seal instructor-led course introduces the principles of dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors, including dry gas seal installation, operation and maintenance. Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. This version delivers the Dry Gas Seal concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Review of the fundamental principles of dry gas seals and support systems used in turbomachinery
  • Demonstrate hands-on assembly of dry gas seals and installation
  • Identify and recall the latest non-contacting sealing technology used in process applications
  • Demonstrate safe working practices when working with dry gas seals and support systems
  • Describe typical failure modes for a dry gas seal
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Dry Gas Seals | June 25-28, 2024 | Trafford Park, Manchester | Europe | Classroom

Dry Gas Seals: Basics

John Crane’s four-day, Dry Gas Seal instructor-led course introduces the principles of dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors, including dry gas seal installation, operation and maintenance. Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. This version delivers the Dry Gas Seal concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Review of the fundamental principles of dry gas seals and support systems used in turbomachinery
  • Demonstrate hands-on assembly of dry gas seals and installation
  • Identify and recall the latest non-contacting sealing technology used in process applications
  • Demonstrate safe working practices when working with dry gas seals and support systems
  • Describe typical failure modes for a dry gas seal
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Dry Gas Seals AND Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | July 29-August 2, 2024 | Trafford Park, Manchester | Europe | Classroom

Wet and Dry Seals: Advanced

John Crane's five-day instructor-led Wet and Dry Seals Advanced course includes:

  • Principles of seal design and operation.
  • Support systems for pumps and rotating equipment.
  • Dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors.
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting.
  • Wet mechanical seal and dry gas seal installation.
  • Operation and maintenance.
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of wet mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate and provide hands-on experience with wet mechanical seal assembly and installation
  • Articulate the fundamental principles of spiral groove technology and dry gas seal design types used in turbo-compressors
  • Demonstrate dry gas seal installation and removal techniques using hands-on training simulator
  • Explain importance of dry gas seal control and monitoring systems performance for overall process plant reliability
  • Describe typical failure modes of both wet mechanical and dry gas seal designs
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Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | September 4-6, 2024 | Tuas, Singapore | Asia-Pacific | Classroom

Engineered Sealing Systems: Basics

John Crane's three-day, instructor-led Engineered Sealing Systems (ESS) course includes:

  • Seal design and operation
  • Support systems
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting
  • Seal assembly and seal installation
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The ESS course includes participant assessments of presented concepts and practical elements. This version delivers the ESS concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates on successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate the appropriate steps and processes for mechanical seal assembly and installation using safe working practices
  • Explain requirements for mechanical seal lubrication and the desirability for and consequences of related leakage
  • Solve issues by applying principles of mechanical seal and support system selection
  • Prepare a report communicating visual indicators of mechanical seal performance issues
  • Relate seal performance issues to overall system reliability and plant productivity
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Dry Gas Seals | September 10-13, 2024 | Tuas, Singapore | Asia-Pacific | Classroom

Dry Gas Seals: Basics

John Crane’s four-day, Dry Gas Seal instructor-led course introduces the principles of dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors, including dry gas seal installation, operation and maintenance. Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. This version delivers the Dry Gas Seal concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Review of the fundamental principles of dry gas seals and support systems used in turbomachinery
  • Demonstrate hands-on assembly of dry gas seals and installation
  • Identify and recall the latest non-contacting sealing technology used in process applications
  • Demonstrate safe working practices when working with dry gas seals and support systems
  • Describe typical failure modes for a dry gas seal
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Dry Gas Seals AND Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | September 16-20, 2024 | Tuas, Singapore | Asia-Pacific | Classroom

Wet and Dry Seals: Advanced

John Crane's five-day instructor-led Wet and Dry Seals Advanced course includes:

  • Principles of seal design and operation.
  • Support systems for pumps and rotating equipment.
  • Dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors.
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting.
  • Wet mechanical seal and dry gas seal installation.
  • Operation and maintenance.
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of wet mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate and provide hands-on experience with wet mechanical seal assembly and installation
  • Articulate the fundamental principles of spiral groove technology and dry gas seal design types used in turbo-compressors
  • Demonstrate dry gas seal installation and removal techniques using hands-on training simulator
  • Explain importance of dry gas seal control and monitoring systems performance for overall process plant reliability
  • Describe typical failure modes of both wet mechanical and dry gas seal designs
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Gleitringdichtungen für Rührwerke und Apparate in der Chemie- und Pharmaindustrie  / 2Tage / 18.-19. September 2024, Fulda, Germany [PRÄSENZ]

Gleitringdichtungen für Rührwerke und Apparate in der Chemie- und Pharmaindustrie

Gleitringdichtungen sind kritische Bauteile für die Funktion von Rührwerken und speziellen Apparaten. Dies gilt vor allem für die Chemie- und Pharmaindustrie, die im besonderen Maße mit gefährlichen Medien und hohen Qualitätsanforderungen an ihre Produkte konfrontiert ist. Anlagenbetreiber müssen die Anforderungen des Umweltschutzes und der Arbeitssicherheit erfüllen und die Reinheit ihrer Produkte durch zuverlässige Abdichtsysteme sicherstellen. Erfahren Sie in diesem Seminar, wie moderne Gleitringdichtungen den Anlagenbetreiber bei diesen Aufgaben unterstützen. Durch den Einsatz neuer Werkstoffe und technischer Lösungen können weite Temperatur- und Druckbereiche sowie Medien mit unterschiedlichsten Eigenschaften zuverlässig abgedichtet werden. Unerwünschte Produktkontamination kann dabei durch berührungs- und verschleißfrei arbeitende Gasdichtungen vermieden werden.

Course Objectives

Seminarinhalte:

  • Vermitteln von fundierten Kenntnissen für den effizienten und sicheren Betrieb von Produktionsanlagen.n
  • Vergleich flüssigkeitsgeschmierter, trockenlaufender und gasgeschmierter Rührwerksdichtungen.
  • Einführung in Technik und Funktion von Rührwerksdichtungen, Produktspektrum und Einsatzfelder.
  • Funktionsprinzip verschiedener Versorgungssysteme für Rührwerksdichtungen.
  • Grundzüge und Umsetzung der ATEX an Rührwerksdichtungen.
  • Grundlagen der Rührtechnik: Aufbau und Funktion von Rührwerken.
  • Schäden an Gleitringdichtungen: Schadensbilder, Ursachen, Abhilfe.
  • Grundlagen von Elastomeren und Perfluorelastomeren und die entsprechenden Regelwerke.
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Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | September 24-26, 2024 | Perth, Australia | Asia-Pacific | Classroom

Engineered Sealing Systems: Basics

John Crane's three-day, instructor-led Engineered Sealing Systems (ESS) course includes:

  • Seal design and operation
  • Support systems
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting
  • Seal assembly and seal installation
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The ESS course includes participant assessments of presented concepts and practical elements. This version delivers the ESS concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates on successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate the appropriate steps and processes for mechanical seal assembly and installation using safe working practices
  • Explain requirements for mechanical seal lubrication and the desirability for and consequences of related leakage
  • Solve issues by applying principles of mechanical seal and support system selection
  • Prepare a report communicating visual indicators of mechanical seal performance issues
  • Relate seal performance issues to overall system reliability and plant productivity
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Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | October 8-10, 2024 | Aberdeen, Scotland | Europe | Classroom

Engineered Sealing Systems: Basics

John Crane's three-day, instructor-led Engineered Sealing Systems (ESS) course includes:

  • Seal design and operation
  • Support systems
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting
  • Seal assembly and seal installation
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The ESS course includes participant assessments of presented concepts and practical elements. This version delivers the ESS concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates on successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate the appropriate steps and processes for mechanical seal assembly and installation using safe working practices
  • Explain requirements for mechanical seal lubrication and the desirability for and consequences of related leakage
  • Solve issues by applying principles of mechanical seal and support system selection
  • Prepare a report communicating visual indicators of mechanical seal performance issues
  • Relate seal performance issues to overall system reliability and plant productivity
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Dry Gas Seals AND Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | October 21-25, 2024 | Trafford Park, Manchester | Europe | Classroom

Wet and Dry Seals: Advanced

John Crane's five-day instructor-led Wet and Dry Seals Advanced course includes:

  • Principles of seal design and operation.
  • Support systems for pumps and rotating equipment.
  • Dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors.
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting.
  • Wet mechanical seal and dry gas seal installation.
  • Operation and maintenance.
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of wet mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate and provide hands-on experience with wet mechanical seal assembly and installation
  • Articulate the fundamental principles of spiral groove technology and dry gas seal design types used in turbo-compressors
  • Demonstrate dry gas seal installation and removal techniques using hands-on training simulator
  • Explain importance of dry gas seal control and monitoring systems performance for overall process plant reliability
  • Describe typical failure modes of both wet mechanical and dry gas seal designs
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Gasgeschmierte Gleitringdichtungen, Systeme, Filter, Kupplungen und Gleitlager für Prozessgasverdichter / 1 ½ Tage / 6.-7. November 2024, Fulda, Germany [PRÄSENZ]

Gasgeschmierte Gleitringdichtungen, Systeme, Filter, Kupplungen und Gleitlager für Prozessgasverdichter

Für die Funktion und Verfügbarkeit von Verdichtern sind gasgeschmierte Gleitringdichtungen kritische Bauteile. Passende Versorgungssysteme sorgen für einen zuverlässigen Betrieb und die sichere Überwachung der Dichtungen. Hierbei sind Filter und Abscheider essenziell für eine lange Betriebszeit. Gleitlager ermöglichen hohe Lasten und Geschwindigkeiten bei kleinen Verlustleistungen.

Course Objectives

Seminarinhalte:

  • Grundlagen, Aufbau und Funktionsweise von gasgeschmierten Gleitringdichtungen und Lageröldichtungen.
  • Umbau von Nass- auf Gasdichtungen.
  • Versorgungssysteme nach API 692 und deren Instrumentierung.
  • Booster zur Versorgung im druckbeaufschlagten Zustand.
  • Längere Betriebszeiten durch den Einsatz von Sperrgas-, Prozessgas- und Schmierölfiltern.
  • Booster zur Versorgung im druckbeaufschlagten Zustand.
  • Anforderungen an Kupplungen gemäß API 671.
  • Einsatz von Gleitlagern bei hohen Lasten und Geschwindigkeiten.
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Dry Gas Seals | November 11-14, 2024 | Aberdeen, Scotland | Europe | Classroom

Dry Gas Seals: Basics

John Crane’s four-day, Dry Gas Seal instructor-led course introduces the principles of dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors, including dry gas seal installation, operation and maintenance. Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. This version delivers the Dry Gas Seal concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Review of the fundamental principles of dry gas seals and support systems used in turbomachinery
  • Demonstrate hands-on assembly of dry gas seals and installation
  • Identify and recall the latest non-contacting sealing technology used in process applications
  • Demonstrate safe working practices when working with dry gas seals and support systems
  • Describe typical failure modes for a dry gas seal
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Dry Gas Seals | November 11-14, 2024 | Perth, Australia | Asia-Pacific | Classroom

Dry Gas Seals: Basics

John Crane’s four-day, Dry Gas Seal instructor-led course introduces the principles of dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors, including dry gas seal installation, operation and maintenance. Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. This version delivers the Dry Gas Seal concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Review of the fundamental principles of dry gas seals and support systems used in turbomachinery
  • Demonstrate hands-on assembly of dry gas seals and installation
  • Identify and recall the latest non-contacting sealing technology used in process applications
  • Demonstrate safe working practices when working with dry gas seals and support systems
  • Describe typical failure modes for a dry gas seal
Register Now
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Dry Gas Seals AND Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | November 18-22, 2024 | Perth, Australia | Asia-Pacific | Classroom

Wet and Dry Seals: Advanced

John Crane's five-day instructor-led Wet and Dry Seals Advanced course includes:

  • Principles of seal design and operation.
  • Support systems for pumps and rotating equipment.
  • Dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors.
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting.
  • Wet mechanical seal and dry gas seal installation.
  • Operation and maintenance.
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of wet mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate and provide hands-on experience with wet mechanical seal assembly and installation
  • Articulate the fundamental principles of spiral groove technology and dry gas seal design types used in turbo-compressors
  • Demonstrate dry gas seal installation and removal techniques using hands-on training simulator
  • Explain importance of dry gas seal control and monitoring systems performance for overall process plant reliability
  • Describe typical failure modes of both wet mechanical and dry gas seal designs
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Dry Gas Seals | November 19-22, 2024 | Dubai | Middle East and Africa | Classroom

Dry Gas Seals: Basics

John Crane’s four-day, Dry Gas Seal instructor-led course introduces the principles of dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors, including dry gas seal installation, operation and maintenance. Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. This version delivers the Dry Gas Seal concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Review of the fundamental principles of dry gas seals and support systems used in turbomachinery
  • Demonstrate hands-on assembly of dry gas seals and installation
  • Identify and recall the latest non-contacting sealing technology used in process applications
  • Demonstrate safe working practices when working with dry gas seals and support systems
  • Describe typical failure modes for a dry gas seal
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Dry Gas Seals AND Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | November 25-29, 2024 | Dubai, UAE | Middle East and Africa | Classroom

Wet and Dry Seals: Advanced

John Crane's five-day instructor-led Wet and Dry Seals Advanced course includes:

  • Principles of seal design and operation.
  • Support systems for pumps and rotating equipment.
  • Dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors.
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting.
  • Wet mechanical seal and dry gas seal installation.
  • Operation and maintenance.
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of wet mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate and provide hands-on experience with wet mechanical seal assembly and installation
  • Articulate the fundamental principles of spiral groove technology and dry gas seal design types used in turbo-compressors
  • Demonstrate dry gas seal installation and removal techniques using hands-on training simulator
  • Explain importance of dry gas seal control and monitoring systems performance for overall process plant reliability
  • Describe typical failure modes of both wet mechanical and dry gas seal designs
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Dry Gas Seals AND Pump, Mixer and Agitator Seals | December 2-6, 2024 | Aberdeen, Scotland | Europe | Classroom

Wet and Dry Seals: Advanced

John Crane's five-day instructor-led Wet and Dry Seals Advanced course includes:

  • Principles of seal design and operation.
  • Support systems for pumps and rotating equipment.
  • Dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors.
  • Failure analysis and troubleshooting.
  • Wet mechanical seal and dry gas seal installation.
  • Operation and maintenance.
Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Articulate the fundamental principles of wet mechanical seals and support systems used in rotating equipment
  • Demonstrate and provide hands-on experience with wet mechanical seal assembly and installation
  • Articulate the fundamental principles of spiral groove technology and dry gas seal design types used in turbo-compressors
  • Demonstrate dry gas seal installation and removal techniques using hands-on training simulator
  • Explain importance of dry gas seal control and monitoring systems performance for overall process plant reliability
  • Describe typical failure modes of both wet mechanical and dry gas seal designs
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Dry Gas Seals | December 9-12, 2024 | Trafford Park, Manchester | Europe | Classroom

Dry Gas Seals: Basics

John Crane’s four-day, Dry Gas Seal instructor-led course introduces the principles of dry gas seals and seal support systems for Centrifugal Compressors, including dry gas seal installation, operation and maintenance. Key concepts, theory, and application are presented through an effective blend of classroom instruction, practical hands-on exercises, and group activities. The course includes appropriate assessments on theory and practical elements. This version delivers the Dry Gas Seal concepts in person, through classroom instruction and hands-on practice. A certificate is issued to delegates upon successful course completion. CEU credits available.

Course Objectives

Given completion of this course and access to supporting resources, learners will have the knowledge and skills to:


  • Review of the fundamental principles of dry gas seals and support systems used in turbomachinery
  • Demonstrate hands-on assembly of dry gas seals and installation
  • Identify and recall the latest non-contacting sealing technology used in process applications
  • Demonstrate safe working practices when working with dry gas seals and support systems
  • Describe typical failure modes for a dry gas seal
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