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AEGIS® Live Shaft Grounding Training

With Certificate for 1 Professional Development Hour

Course Name Date Time (US Eastern time / GMT)
 Open Forum: Electrical Bearing Protection Q & A Wednesday, May 27th, 202011:00 am / 15:00 GMT
 Electrical Bearing Protection Best Practices Tuesday, June 9th, 20203:00 pm / 19:00 GMT

The AEGIS training, Electrical Bearing Protection Best Practices, is available as a live webinar or an on-site training. This training is worth one Professional Development Hour. For licensed engineers, Electro Static Technology is a listed provider on the NCEES CPC Registry.

The contents of the training include:

  • Bearing frosting, fluting, & failure
  • The risk of VFD-sourced shaft voltages, bearing current, and electrical bearing damage
  • Detection of motor shaft voltages
  • Shaft Grounding Best Practices for bearing protection of AC & DC motors

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Please note that in-person trainings may not be available in all areas. North America and Europe have the greatest AEGIS presence, but we will attempt to accommodate all requests.

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