Our commissioning process consists of a set of engineering techniques and procedures to check, inspect and test every operational component of the actuator. Commissioning begins with a general inspection ensuring the alignment of the mounted actuator, tightness of fasteners, a mounted electrical enclosure, installation of the drive linkage, etc. Next, we conduct calibration and functional checks of input/output in accordance with design objectives and specifications. Customers can choose either just Dry Commissioning or both Dry and Wet Commissioning. Wet Commissioning is completely optional, but includes additional verification for calibration, operation and compatibility with other control elements.
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REXA Technical Training is designed to meet your application requirements. Courses begin with an overview of REXA product types and designs, then dive into your specific needs, long-term ownership and operation of your equipment. We find the best way to learn about REXA Actuators is to take them apart and actually see what’s inside – which is why we offer plenty of hands-on opportunities geared towards system owners, operators, instrument/service technicians and supporting staff!
REXA Technical Training Includes:
- Specifically customized curriculum for your installed base
- Real-life operational systems
- Electrical and Mechanical systems
- Wiring, nomenclature, component functions, replacement procedures, and strategic parts programs
- A better understanding of REXA actuator benefits/capabilities
- An overview of each phase of REXA actuator ownership (i.e technical support, documentation, assistance, etc.)
REXA offers a wide array of training packages. From lunch and learns, to week-long sessions, we have you covered for the most basic to the most advanced training. Our training sessions take place at our Headquarters in West Bridgewater, MA, our Service Center in Houston, TX, and at our various customer facilities around the globe! Contact us today to learn more.