Borescoping

Borescoping allows you to visually inspect the inside of a Gas Turbine Engine without the need to dismantle it.

Routine Borescope Inspections will allow you to identify problem areas and to replace or repair parts before they cause major issues and unexpected downtime.

Course duration:-

  • 1 Day in classroom.

Course Description & Training objectives

At the end of the course the student will be able to:-

  • Power up & have knowledge of borescope main menu functions
  • Borescope equipment care & maintenance
  • Manipulate borescope into inaccessible areas & take photos & video
  • Accurately measure features and defects on a wide range of inspection targets
  • Generate borescope reports

Course duration:-

3 Days.

  • 1 day in the classroom
  • 2 days practical Borescope training on the Gas Turbine.

Course Description & Training objectives

At the end of the course the student will be able to:-

  • Identify the consumable parts & special tools required to do a borescope inspection.
  • Locate the preparation instructions in the Maintenance Manual.
  • Know the required cool down time before performing a borescope inspection.
  • Identify the Borescope access ports on the FT8.
  • Identify the internal engine areas inspected through each access port.
  • Name all the features & components to inspect.
  • Name the kinds of distress to look for on these components.
  • Name the features to inspect in the combustion chamber.
  • Types of distress to look for in the combustion chamber.
  • Compressor, combustor chamber & turbine distress limits.

Course duration:-

3 Days.

  • 1 day in the classroom
  • 1 day practical Borescope training on the Gas Turbine.

At the end of the course the student will be able to:-

  • Identify the Borescope access ports on the RB211.
  • Identify the internal engine areas inspected through each access port.
  • Name all the features & components to inspect.
  • Name the kinds of distress to look for on these components.
  • Name the features to inspect in the combustion chamber.
  • Types of distress to look for in the combustion chamber.
  • Compressor, combustor chamber & turbine distress limits.

All our training instructors are highly experienced former field service engineers who will travel to your site and conduct the on-site classroom & practical Borescope training.

Your team can travel to us and complete the borescope training course in our dedicated training facilities at Chestnut House, Millennium Park, Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland.

Our Expertise
Our dedicated training division has proven experience in developing customised technical training courses for our customers. This training is specifically designed for the customer’s plant and equipment.

 

 

 

 

 

Our courses include:

  • Gas turbine theory, advanced gas turbine operation and troubleshooting
  • Balance of Plant (BOP) – Installation, commissioning, start-up, operation and maintenance of all BOP equipment
  • Shaft alignment training for rotating equipment
  • Borescope training (field training and in-house) for rotating equipment
Customer Training Needs Assessment

OFS has considerable worldwide experience in providing competency assessment of both individual staff and departments for some of the world’s largest energy companies. OFS has the in‐house capabilities to assess and develop customised training courses based on the needs of the client’s staff.

Our courses include:

  • Mechanical, electrical and instrumentation training
  • Controls systems training
  • On the job / hands on training
  • Nationalisation training solutions
  • Turnkey and health & safety training