Often than not, oil analysis is used to justify oil change but oil change cannot be used as a “one – size – fits – all” solution to all your equipment problems. To lengthen the life of your equipment, the root cause of any underlying issue must be understood and addressed which can be achieved with having in – depth knowledge in Oil Analysis paired with a great Oil Analysis Program. Learn how to leverage your Oil Analysis Program to achieve high uptime, zero surprised breakdown, and higher returns from Noria's resource speaker in the Philippines!
The outline of this training is in accordance with ISO 18436-4. Become empowered to trust your own decision. Complete this training and be an ICML certified Machine Lubricant Analyst Level II.
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Leverage your oil analysis program and be empowered to trust your own decision. This training will teach you advance oil analysis interpretation and analysis to help you determine the best course of action to address incipient machine failure. Here are some of the topics included in this training:
This training is designed for:
Experience: One must have 24 months of work experience in the field of machinery condition monitoring using lubricant analysis.
Training: Holds Machine Lubricant Analyst Level I certification OR qualify without (MLA I certification) or submitting documentation of:
Minimum 576 hours additional work experience in the field of machinery condition monitoring using oil analysis. This brings total work hours to 960 when combined with the 384 hours already listed above.
At least 24 hours training relevant to the body of knowledge of MLA I, by attending instructor-led events (such as workshops, seminars, or classes) and/or actual practice or observation.
In this course, you will learn how to diagnose a wide range of fault conditions, collect the right data with the correct vibration analyzer settings, useful tips and tricks so that you may validate the diagnoses that you make, and most importantly, you will learn shaft alignment and balancing so that you can improve the reliability of the equipment.
The CMRP training and workshop will help participants gain a thorough understanding of reliability and maintenance management, as well as asset performance as described by the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP).
Equip yourself with the capability to quantitatively interpret infrared inspection data to be able to maximize the monetary value of remedial actions you take based on your findings.