Detect Underlying Machine Issues EarlyHaving to check the right parameters for issues that signal early machine trouble is critical in preventing machine failures. When done right, you get to save resources while not having to lose sleep over an unscheduled shutdown.
Accurate Data Interpretation, Accurate RecommendationYou may have done everything right for oil sampling and oil testing, but at the end of the day, it all comes down to accurate data interpretation. This course will teach you the systematic way of approaching oil analysis report interpretation. Learn the best time and way to install corrective actions. Earn you Return on Investment Like any other CBM tool, oil analysis requires investment. Companies spend money for third–party laboratories to conduct oil analysis. However, some plant personnel who receive these reports do not have a firm grasp on how to conduct interpretation. It's the job of third-party laboratories to provide you with actionable recommendations but it is still an added edge to have extensive knowledge and a greater appreciation of the work being done right.
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This training program covers the following topics:
Q: Does this training have a certification exam?
A: No, however, this training includes extensive exercises and case studies to help instill new learnings and techniques.
Q: Do I need to have an engineering degree?
A: No engineering degree is required, however, attendees need to already have a firm grasp of the fundamentals of machinery lubrication and oil analysis.
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.