Watertronics’ offers an annual Technical Service School to train and certify Service Partners. The objective is to provide up to date information on Watertronics technologies and continuous improvement training in the four technical competencies outlined below. Non-technical curricula include sales, marketing, administrative, and human relations skills.
The 4 technical components of pump stations:
Mechanical components: pumps, motors, mechanical seals, valves, actuators, filtration, chemical injection, etc.
Electronic components: Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), Soft Starters, Operator Interfaces, telemetry equipment, etc.
Electrical: Service disconnects, contactors, fuses, breakers, overloads, power distribution and wiring.
Software: The software that resides in PLCs, VFDs, operator interfaces and computers that provides efficient pump sequencing, plus local and remote monitoring and control.
Training Format & Topics
The annual Technical Service School consists of four full days of training seminars. An effective combination of classroom and hands on training is offered. Watertronics’ dynamic test facility is the focal point of the hands on training.
Some of the topics covered include:
Complete pump station operation, including proper pump sequencing, adjustments and troubleshooting.
VFD adjustment, programming and troubleshooting.
Filtration systems including theory of operation, sizing, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Electronic Butterfly Valve (EBV) pressure regulation and other applications, features, breakdown, and troubleshooting.
Chemical injection system operation, programming and troubleshooting.
Pump teardown and troubleshooting.
PLC software, applications and fine tuning.
Operator interface navigation, function, and capabilities.
Remote monitoring capabilities; controls installation and upgrades.
Effective evaluation of existing applications in the field for pump and control upgrades.