The Application Center team is solution oriented and our training courses leverage our many experiences to help you improve your condition monitoring and maintenance programs. Our reputation for innovative solutions distinguishes our CBM training course from the rest. The course instructors have expertise through years of field experience in condition monitoring, wear debris analysis and lubrication chemistry, and bring a wealth of real world experiences and examples to the course.
CBM Course: “Application of Fluid Measurement and Analysis Technologies to Machinery Condition Assessment”
A key factor in improving maintenance productivity and lowering cost is developing an effective monitoring program that reliably tracks the critical failure modes of your equipment from fault initiation to detection to diagnosis to maintenance action to recovery. With appropriate measurements and analysis, it is possible to maintain critical equipment on an “on-condition” basis while eliminating unnecessary maintenance and avoiding operational interruption. This seminar will provide practical guidelines and strategies to improve your existing machinery and fluid monitoring and maintenance activities to support your CBM program.
- Determine measurement techniques to detect fault symptoms as early as possible
- Determine critical failure modes and the most effective means to monitor them
- Relate critical fluid and machinery failure mode symptoms to practical measurements
- Use condition data to predict impending equipment problems
- Improve maintenance responses, effectiveness and scheduling
- Improve maintenance response by effective data reduction and analysis
- Retain maintenance knowledge as experienced tradespersons leave
- Effectively implement and conduct a machinery-monitoring program
- Improve your maintenance management effectiveness and costs by integrating data from oil, vibration, performance and on-line analyses
- Fluid and Machinery Failures & Maintenance Concepts
- Lubricants, Hydraulic Fluids and Greases
- Failure Modes and Condition Indicators
- Condition Tests and Analysis Techniques
- Establishing an Effective Condition Monitoring Program
- Data Interpretation
- Data Management and Data Integration
Anyone involved in the equipment health monitoring including Maintenance and Operation Managers, Maintenance Engineers, Sustainment Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors, Program Managers and those responsible for performing analysis or reviewing analysis data.
October 22-24 2012, Huntsville, Alabama
GasTOPS Inc., Application Center
4960 Corporate Drive, Suite 140, Huntsville, AL 35805
Optional course additions (on-site instruction, extended or condensed course material, hands-on training, and customized course material) are available. Inquire for more information.