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Natural Gas Propane Refrigeration System

Overview:

Introduction:

This training program is a comprehensive initiative aimed at equipping participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively operate and maintain propane-based refrigeration systems. Upon completion of the program, participants will be capable of ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of propane refrigeration systems in various industrial settings.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand refrigerator propane properties.

  • Assess the impact of heat transfer factors.

  • Design Propane refrigeration systems.

  • Operate Propane refrigeration systems effectively.

  • Implement control systems for Propane refrigeration.

  • Conduct maintenance on Propane refrigeration systems.

  • Enhance the efficiency of Propane refrigeration systems.

  • Troubleshoot issues in Propane refrigeration systems.

Target Audience:

  • Operation engineers,Operation supervisors.

  • Process engineer, Design engineer.

  • Maintenance  engineer, Maintenance  supervisors.

  • Mangers and team leaders.

  • Operators and SR. Operators.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Fundamentals:

  • Introduction to Refrigeration.

  • Understanding refrigerator propane properties.

  • Overview of heat transfer principles.

  • Exploration of basic refrigeration systems.

  • Study of the refrigeration cycle components.

  • Introduction to secondary cooling systems.

Unit 2:

Design, Operation, and Control of Propane Refrigeration System Components Cycle:

  • Analysis of typical single and multi-stage systems.

  • Understanding propane surge drum and pump loading.

  • Examination of expansion valves and propane chillers.

  • Overview of economizers in refrigeration systems.

  • Study of propane condensers and their operation.

Unit 3:

Propane Refrigeration Centrifugal Compressor:

  • Introduction to centrifugal compressor principles.

  • Analysis of typical centrifugal compressor components.

  • Understanding multi-stage compressor operation.

  • Overview of axial compressors and their components.

  • Examination of compressor casings, rotors, and guide vanes.

  • Study of compressor lubrication, cooling, and control systems.

Unit 4:

Propane Refrigeration Reciprocating Compressor:

  • Introduction to reciprocating compressor principles.

  • Understanding gas compression in reciprocating compressors.

  • Analysis of typical reciprocating compressor components.

  • Overview of compression unit operation and components.

  • Examination of compression unit cooling and lubrication systems.

  • Study of different types of reciprocating compressor configurations.

Unit 5:

Propane Refrigeration Troubleshooting and Improve Efficiency:

  • Identification of indicators and checks for refrigeration systems.

  • Performing operating checks and diagnosing operating problems.

  • Understanding refrigeration system controls and applications.

  • Analysis of factors affecting operation and efficiency.

  • Strategies to solve fouling problems and improve efficiency.

  • Development of maintenance types and maintenance plans for refrigeration systems.

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