Condition Monitoring Fundamentals - March 2020 | Houston, TX, Allied Reliability, Tuesday, 17. March 2020


Condition Monitoring Fundamentals
 
Apply the power of Condition Monitoring and gain control of your equipment
 
This course is designed to teach the fundamental principles of the five predictive technologies most prevalent in the industry today: vibration analysis, infrared thermography, airborne and structure-borne ultrasonics, oil analysis, and motor circuit analysis. Upon completion of the course, attendees will have an understanding of the capabilities of the technologies and where to apply them, along with the common traps that may be encountered during application.
 
During the in-class time, you will learn:

The principles of Condition Monitoring (CM) and why it is so powerful 
The real purpose of CM and what it provides the organization
The common language of CM – key terms and definitions you should know
The value of CM program integration into an overall reliability plan
How to select the CM technology based on failure modes to be covered
What quartile coverage is and how is it used
How to identify mechanical, electrical, and stationary failure modes using CM technologies
The common traps of each CM technology
What sensory inspections are and their value in a CM route
What an asset health matrix is and how to use it
How to evaluate your CM program
How much CM is enough – what you can learn from Best Practice organizations and benchmarks
What CM program standards should be in place for consistency and sustainment

 
Previous Attendees:
"...I enjoyed the class immensely and I’ve recommended your courses to our corporate training department. You guys are clearly the experts in the field and I would love to find a way to work with you guys more in moving our maintenance practices further from PM towards PdM."
Eric Phillips, ZBS Maintenance | Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
 
"The instructor was extremely knowledgeable about all aspects of CBM. He can certainly take someone from one level to the next in knowledge."
Brian Mosley, Maintenance Manager | Kraft Foods
 
Who Will Join You?
Managers, Engineers, Planners and Supervisors who are responsible for metrics, tracking and use of information generated by CM programs.

                
Allied Reliability is recognized by the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP) as an approved provider of continuing education and training aligned with key subject areas related to reliability and physical asset management.

 
Allied Reliability is a recognized training partner of the University of Tennessee’s Reliability and Maintainability Center (RMC). This course qualifies for 2.4 CEUs and is approved for course credit towards the Reliability and Maintainability Implementation Certification (RMIC).

 
 
 
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If you would like to pay via PO, please contact Ashanna Lynch, Training Product Manager, at lyncha@alliedreliability.com to register.
 
Please send any questions about this class or Allied’s Education & Training offerings to training@alliedreliability.com.

Tuesday, 17. March 2020, Allied Reliability, Condition Monitoring Fundamentals - March 2020 | Houston, TX

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