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Hotel UNY,  Yogyakarta  | Senin-Rabu, 29 – 31 Oktober 2012 |  Rp. 7.000.000 per peserta


A reciprocating pump is a positive plunger pump. It is often used where relatively small quantity of liquid is to be handled and where delivery pressure is quite large. Reciprocating pumps are used in High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). The objective of this training is  participants are expected to know about: technology, performance, operation and characteristics of reciprocating pumps, so as to have the basic ability to solve troubleshooting problems.



  1. Introduction
  2. Classification of reciprocating pump
  3. The main components and functions
  4. The advantages and disadvantages of the use of reciprocating pump
  5. Some use of reciprocating pump
  6. The design of stuffing box, packing and plunger
  7. The operating characteristics and rating recipro-cating pump; power input / output, efficiency, stall pressure, etc..
  8. Auxiliary equipment
  9. Maintenance and operation of the reciprocating pump; lubrication, start
  10.  Preparation, unloading, monitoring, and break-ins
  11. Troubleshooting



Ir. Abdul Kadir, MT

Pakar dibidangmechanical engineering, khususnya bidang perawatan motor, pompa, boiler, dan mekanika bahan. Aktif sebagai trainer terkait bidang kompetensinya pada berbagai perusahaan.



Mechanical engineers, maintenance engineers and supervisors, service engineers and supervisors, work over engineers and supervisors, maintenance technicians, etc



  • Hotel UNY Yogyakarta
  • Senin-Rabu,29 – 31 Oktober 2012
  • 08.00  – 16.00 WIB


  • Biaya Rp.7.000.000 per peserta (Non Residential).
  • Pembayaran dapat dilakukan pada saat pelatihan


Training Modules, Training Kit, Certificate, Exclusive Souvenir, Dinner & City Tour, Coffee Break & Lunch

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