Speedtronic Mark II Maintenance

£ + VAT

Speedtronic Mark II Maintenance

£ + VAT

Course Content


The Mark IV Maintenance Course offers a curriculum that emphasises a hands-on approach to learning the process of monitoring, maintaining, improving the availability of the Mark V Control System. Upon the successful completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Have a good knowledge of the Mark IV Control System components.
  • Carry out troubleshooting and maintenance using the operator interface.
  • Have a good knowledge of the Mark V documentation.
  • Understand the flow of control signals in and out of the Mark IV.
  • Carry out calibration and maintenance of servo valve regulators and feedback devices.
  • Use the control sequence program to understand the control system.
  • Understand the synchronizing system for generator drive turbines.
  • Manage alarms and customise alarm messages.
  • Understand the operator interface displays, edit, and create displays.


Control and Instrumentation Technicians and Engineers with a basic knowledge of turbine technology and personal computers.

Course Duration

This course is of 10 days in duration.

Optimum Numbers

Maximum of 6 candidates is recommended.

Training Aids

PowerPoint Presentation, course notes, hand-outs, and discussion.

Course Objectives

Control Panel Overview

  • System architecture
  • Hardware identification and description

Introduction to HMI

  • Windows NT basic information
  • Cimplicity program description
  • Toolbox program description
  • Typical ports

Mark VI Controller

  • Hardware configuration
  • Controllers
  • Protection module
  • I/O cards
  • Terminal boards
  • Practice


  • General description and features
  • Software structure description
  • Modify sequence
  • Adding I/O signal
  • Downloading the new configuration
  • Ethernet global data
  • Trend recorder
  • HMI configuration
  • Practice

Cimplicity Project

  • Cimplicity project configuration
  • Standard screen description
  • Modify the screen
  • Practice


  • Troubleshooting tools description
  • Practice

Fuel Demand Philosophy

  • Startup
  • Acceleration
  • Speed/load
  • Temperature
  • Shut-down


  • Overtemperature
  • Overspeed
  • Vibration
  • Loss of flame

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