While the React Ltd. engineers are on-site, during the disassembly data collection and during the reassembly period of your outage, they are constantly striving to train the crew and your turbine supervisors in the methods and philosophies behind our procedures.
These training sessions range from detailed descriptions about the operation of the Laser Alignment system that REACT uses and the method of alignment that we employ, to demonstrations on the usage of adjustable parallels and inside micrometers to improve the reliability of the data that is collected by your turbine gangs.
During the summer months, REACT Ltd. hosts a series of customer training seminars. These seminars are highly flexible to the demands of those interested in attending:
A comprehensive seminar is held which details each and every step of the turbine outage, from as-found data collection points through the steps of the component position evaluations via the laser, up to the moves made and final rotor positions and coupling alignment checks.
This type of seminar will give the turbine supervisor and turbine deck foreman a working knowledge of what needs to happen to make the laser alignment program more efficient. This will translate directly into shorter outages and a better feeling about the entire alignment program during your outage.
A second type of seminar supplies the attendee with the knowledge and details surrounding the benefits of using the REACT laser alignment system.
At the conclusion of this seminar, the attendee will be able to return to your site and explain the benefits and answer any questions about how REACT can provide a high quality laser alignment program for your turbine.
These week-long seminars are held during the latter part of July and the early part of August, depending on the needs of those attending. Primarily these dates are chosen because of the high demands placed on the utility industry during this period, allowing the outage coordinators time to research our services and begin planning for fall and winter outages upon return from the seminar.