Gas Engine Technology
GET Course: Gas Engine Technology
Our Gas Engine Technology [GET] course is a High-Level fundamentals course. The information can be applied to virtually all Waukesha gas engines and is a very comprehensive theory based course.
The topics covered include all areas of engine operation and maintenance. This course is recommended for anyone who desires a thorough understanding of Waukesha gas engines, engine theory and reciprocating engine technology. The course provides a foundation addressing principally the “what” and “why”. This course is a required prerequisite for ALL Waukesha product training courses.
Mounting & Alignment
Crankcase Deflection – Crankshaft Deflection – Linear & Torsional Vibration
Fuel Composition – Air Fuel Ratios – WKI – Carburetors – Regulators – Fuel System Adjustments
Oil Composition – Oil Analysis – Servicing the Lube Oil System
Ignition Function – Magnetos – CEC IM – ESM – ESM2 – Spark Plugs – Troubleshooting
Air Filtration – Exhaust Installation – Troubleshooting Exhaust Systems – Catalytic Converters
Cooling System Installation & Start Up – Recommended Maintenance – Cooling System Troubleshooting
Detonation & Pre-Ignition Detection – Causes of Detonation & Pre-Ignition – Eliminating Detonation & Pre – Ignition
Exhaust Gas Analysis
Engine Set Up – Analyzer Types – Performing EGA – Emissions Data
Field Technicians, Service Leaders and any Individuals whom provide sales, service and support for natural gas engines. The content covered in this course is theoretical in nature. Participation in this training course will give you Insight into the features, functions, operational conditions and benefits of Waukesha Gas Engines.
Field Technicians, Service Leaders and any At this time, there are no prerequisite modules. Participating students must have a general understanding of internal Combustion Engines and a familiarity with basic reciprocating engine terminology to be.
General Course Information:
Every participant will receive the relevant training material at the beginning of the course.
Beverages and lunch will be provided on each full day of class.
Note: lunch is the student’s responsibility for class days that end at noon.
Students staying at the Grand Riverside Hotel will receive a complimentary Breakfast Buffet.
Evening dining is the student’s responsibility.
Dress Code: Casual. Jeans, tennis shoes, and t-shirts are acceptable. Because you will be visiting an industrial manufacturing and service shop, sandals, open toed shoes, shorts, and ripped jeans are not permitted.
Free transportation from Phitsanulok Airport to the Hotel is provided when flight details have been communicated to us in advance.
333 Moo 5, Watprik, Muang, Phitsanulok 65230 Thailand.
Tel: (+66) (0)55 002 009
Fax: (+66) (0)55 002 017