Condition Based Maintenance
Teach students how the principles of changes in health, or condition of a machine often produce changes in the machine’s vibration.
• Students will be able to determine the condition of machinery as it operates, to schedule the most efficient and effective repair of problem components prior to failure.
• Ideal condition based model – detection, overall analysis, correction, verification. Examples of condition based parameters – vibration, temperature, thermography, ultrasonics.
• Introduce the concept of vibration and how it applies to bearing vibration analysis in the detection of bearing defects and faults
• Brief introduction of spectrum analysis, and an overview of how analysts recognize and analyze typical machinery problems.
• Setting up overall vibration measurement and other parameter results onto trend charts, types of condition monitoring alarms, vibration signal processing methods.
Course Name Condition Based Maintenance
Trainers Brenton Ward, Garry Ward
Who Should Apply
Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/Fitter/ Manager/ Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician/ Fitter/ Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/ Supervisor, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/ Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor
Small class sizes
Wide range of equipment provided
Comprehensive course notes
World-wide recognized certification
• Common types of Maintenance
• Basics of Condition Monitoring Technologies
• What is Vibration?
• Setting up for Vibration Measurement and other measurable parameters.
• Introduction to Infrared Thermography – Cameras and Thermometers
• Introduction to Lubricant Analysis
• Introduction to Motor Diagnostics
• Introduction to Ultrasonics & Acoustics Practical exercises using all of the tools as discussed during the course