Water Supply Systems - 5 PDH
This is an introduction to the methods, procedures and equipment employed in operating and maintaining water treatment plants.
After completion of this course you will be better prepared to operate and maintain domestic water treatment systems and equipment.
This publication provides an introduction to maintenance inspections and general maintenance services required at domestic water supply systems. It contains information about tools and equipment, lubricants, and materials and supplies required to perform general and specific equipment maintenance tasks.
2. MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS
3. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
4. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
6. INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
7. CHEMICAL STORAGE AND FEEDERS
8. TANKS AND RESERVOIRS
10 CHAIN DRIVES
11. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Upon completion of this course you will:
• Learn recommended inspection intervals and maintenance procedures for aeration equipment;
• Learn about maintenance procedures and inspection intervals for rapid mix, flocculation, and sedimentation basins;
• Learn important considerations in maintenance of upflow clarifiers and solids contact units;
• Learn a maintenance checklist for gravity filtration equipment;
• Learn how to maintain filter media in optimal condition;
• Learn backwash rates for media cleaning; and
• Learn the importance of calibration tests for dry chemical feeders.
This course is intended for civil engineers and operations and maintenance personnel wanting an introduction to operation and maintenance of domestic water treatment systems.
Benefit for Attendee
This course will give civil engineers and others an introduction to inspection intervals and maintenance procedures for domestic water treatment plants.