Each course covers the individual subject in great detail and does not require the purchase of any additional books or materials. Each of the courses allows the student to work at his own pace, away from the work place.
Please note this course is available in only the United States and Canada. It is not available Internationally
The student is given several hundred questions to answer and is told where to find the answer in the reference material, forcing the student to read every page of the manual. When all of the answers are completed successfully and returned to the Institute, the student is sent a final examination that must be completed to receive his or her diploma.
- Classifying all fluids into seven sealing categories, and then learning how to seal them.
- Classifying mechanical seal severe operating conditions into seven categories.
- Choosing the correct elastomer for the mechanical seal.
- A discussion of the various seal face combinations available for mechanical seals.
- How to choose the correct metallurgy for the seal components.
- Selecting the correct environmental control if it is needed.
- Sealing slurry applications with little or no flushing required.
- Sealing high temperature fluids including oil and water.
- Sealing low specific gravity liquids.
- Sealing gases and other non lubricants.
- Sealing liquids that crystallize or solidify.
- Sealing high pressure.
- Sealing fugitive emissions.
- The affect of heat on mechanical seals and how to lower the heat when necessary.
- How and when to use dual seals.
- How you should prime a centrifugal pump.
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