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Why Train for Machinery Lubrication?

Reliability ·
Des-Case, a global manufacturer of specialty filtration products, has released new whitepaper “Why Train for Machinery Lubrication?” The eBook can be downloaded at http://bit.ly/1t6iUsb . “Like most improvement initiatives, education is an investment,” said Product and Educational Services Manager Jarrod Potteiger. “To ensure the greatest measure of success, it is essential that all individuals involved with the maintenance or operation of lubricated equipment be educated to some extent on...
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1-Day Lubrication Best Practices Workshop in Nashville, TN on October 12

Des-Case Corporation ·
Lubrication is the foundation to any reliability-driven maintenance program and, done correctly, can save thousands of dollars—not to mention increase equipment uptime. In one day, let Des-Case provide a clear picture of what lubrication preferred practices look like and give you the tools to get you there. This event is hosted by Des-Case Corporation and you can register at https://descase.info/nashville-workshop/ Date: October 12, 2017 Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Central Time Location: The...
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advice needed

ughojor michael ·
please i want to build a career in reliability engineering which part or training are necessary
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Business Analyst Classes

jamessmith007 ·
Business analysis has arisen as a central business practice in the 21st century. As the fundamental connection between an association's IT capacities and its business goals and objectives, talented business analysts contribute to the productivity of organizations enormous and little, in almost every incorporation. Business analyst training can assist you with taking advantage of lucky breaks introduced by a quickly evolving commercial center, by setting you up with the aptitudes present-day...
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Re: Solutions 2.0 Virtual Conference

sivakumar manickavelu ·
i like to attend the conformance by online
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Re: Without Training program is there any institute conduct level-2 exam

ConfMx ·
Mobiusinstitute, muy buena opcion. very good and excellent choice ....
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Re: Without Training program is there any institute conduct level-2 exam

y@sh ·
Dear confmx, Thank you so much for your reply. i know mobius provides certification but in india there are conducting training program then only they conduct CAT-II exam. training fee around 90k so,I can't effort that much amount. I am looking for direct CAT-II exam Thanks & Regards yashu
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Re: ISO CAT CERTIFICATION FOR ULTRASOUND

IrishMark ·
You need to get in touch with this guy. https://www.maintenance.org/member/399590942961440146
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Re: ISO CAT CERTIFICATION FOR ULTRASOUND

shot ·
uesystems.com
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Re: ISO CAT CERTIFICATION FOR ULTRASOUND

dominich.vo ·
thanks for all guys about the information. I has been worked with SDT 270 equipment so that ue is not the best choice for me. Does any training center locate in Australia or singapore/ thailand.
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Re: ISO CAT CERTIFICATION FOR ULTRASOUND

Reliability ·
http://theultrasoundinstitute.com/
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Re: trainning power plant

Shurafa ·
It might be easier for the members to advise if you would be more specific. For instance, are you looking for instructor led training or CBT, for engineers or technicians, for operations or maintenance ... etc? Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa
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Re: trainning power plant

Dimaz Gesang ·
I am agree with Mr. Shurafa, Do you currently search training and coaching for setup Asset Condition Based Maintenance and Asset Management? Regards, Dimaz Gesang. B.C
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Re: trainning power plant

raymundus ·
Actually I'm looking for useful training of power plant. I'm from asset management division, but I wanna try other thing about steam power plant. I've included RCFA training in my training proposal, so other thing about steam power plant will be so interesting, but if you have any idea about asset management, it's okay, it will be good suggestion.
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Re: trainning power plant

MANAS RANJAN SAHOO ·
In India, we have many training Programmes specially for Power Plant Engineers may check National Power Training Institute or Power Management Institute, Noida, Delhi NCR for more details
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Re: Without Training program is there any institute conduct level-2 exam

1RelEng ·
Hi Yashu I will also vote for mobius on this. They also have the online distant learing courses which are very useful in my experience. Have you had any luck with exam yet? A problem you may have just taking the exam is that to achive ISO qualification it is stipulated that a number of training days is given as part of the certificatiion course and backed up with x amount of experience depending on the level you are going for. Regards
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Re: Without Training program is there any institute conduct level-2 exam

You can apply to take the exam to directly certify to LVII with the Vibration Institute, but you have to provide some evidence of training and experience to do so. Check the Vibration Institute website www.vi-institute.org Best Regards, Michael Meehan, CMRP, CRL
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Re: Training on Infrared Thermography in india

Bob Berry ·
Contact Flir India, as far as I know they organise ITC courses locally.
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Re: Technical Authority

Shurafa ·
Are you referring to asset taxonomy in order to establish a hierarchy? Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa
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Re: Technical Authority

mnewiraq2000 ·
Hi ali, No. I want to no what is the proper training and certification for maintenance mechanical engineer . If you have any ideas, please share.
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

John from PA ·
Do you need something beyond what is shown at https://www.mobiusinstitute.co...tion%20Procedure.pdf and https://marketing.mobiusinstit...CAT%20III%20Lead.pdf
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

! ! Shabir Ahmad KHAN® ·
Thanks for sharing information. I want some old exam papers.
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

Rotating Guy ·
Shabir, Why you need the old exam papers? for reference? i bet no one will share to you for that. and in the course of vibration or any category you needed, don't take the exam if your not confident with your current knowledge. just sayin regards,
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

! ! Shabir Ahmad KHAN® ·
OK if old paper not available just share some other old paper related information.
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

DBTCMP ·
No You won't get many assit you in that regard, its a time earned and capability designated qualification. There are too many rubbish level 2 and level 3 guys on Linkedin asking questions they should know from Level1. I certainly do not want to be instrumental in adding another to the list. Past papers won't assist you. You either have the capability or you don't.
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

Nagaraja ·
The exams are conducted to test your practical knowledge and capability in the field of vibrations and also what you have learnt in those 4-5 days before the exam. The final marks will show your understanding capability and your strong hold on the subject. Just for the sake of getting level 3 the exams should not be taken
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

DBTCMP ·
True words NAGARAJA , As I said I see too many Level 2 and Level 3 guys on sites liked here and Linkedin asking for assistance in things they should know already.
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

John from PA ·
Vibration Institute has some sample questions in their Certification Handbook at https://www.vi-institute.org/F...ation%20Handbook.pdf . But a word of caution, VI may or may not bear any resemblance to what Mobius may ask on any given exam.
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

William_C._Foiles ·
There seems to be some negative sentiment expressed toward the certification and possibly the training required for the certification. Honestly, I can say that I have seen many without certification ask or worse not ask questions that should be known about vibration. Training should be a plus. For those without relevant degrees, certification can be a plus. Many engineers do not have highly relevant training on vibration and dynamics, whether it comes to theory or practical experience in the...
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Re: Vibration analysis level 3 Training guide

Shurafa ·
I'm not 100% sure but I think sharing real exam questions is not allowed by the certification procedures and maybe unethical. I tend to agree about many certified people are less qualified than what many practionors would expect but they are certified by the certifying body based on the standard requirements. I think some are certified because they have some advantages like excellent skills in exam taking. I didn't attend many formal training courses or from different certifying bodies but...
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High vibration on the ball mill drive train A and B

Modupi ·
We are experiencing high vibration on our dual drive ball mill. The high vibration is on the motor DE bearing on axial direction. Dominant frequency is girth and pinion gear mesh. See attached spectrums and trends. Gearbox hold-down bolts are breaking due to high vibration.
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Leading Into the Skills Gap

Michael Meehan, CMRP, CRL, CMM ·
In all industries, including maintenance and reliability, there is recognition of a skills gap in young workers and great concern in how to deal with it. Many of the discussions I have had with other leaders, managers, and supervisors have the tone of expecting someone to DO something about it. That someone is US! We, as reliability leaders have to find and develop the talent that we need. The shortage of training and apprenticeship programs is not going to resolve itself without our active...
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Re: Train the Trainer - Maintenance

TPickett ·
Jeff Shiver CMRP, CRL shares a strategy to leverage the invested dollars and drive organizational improvement.
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Re: How to Use People and Processes Videos with Jeff Shiver

TPickett ·
A number of groups also use our videos in team settings to determine how to implement the suggestions.
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Re: Maintenance and Reliability for Managers - Award Winning 4 part course

TPickett ·
We offer this course publicly 1-2 times per year. It is also available privately at your site. http://edu.peopleandprocesses....ty-for-mgrs-4-parts/
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Re: What's the best Reliability Conference out there?

candy ·
Just one? How about the best being self-study?
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Re: What's the best Reliability Conference out there?

jomalu ·
Reliability 2.0 is a great experience. Well organized, a wealth of information, good social activities. Most enjoyable and lots to be learned !
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ECC Training Calendar 2019 around Globe - SMRP Approved Provider

Dr. Eduardo Calixto ·
Eduardo Calixto Consultant (ECC) 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. Eduardo Calixto Consultant (ECC) has been approved as a Tier 4 Approved Provider for the following courses: Asset Integrity Management (Process Industry and Railway) Asset Management (Process Industry and Railway) Lifetime Data...
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ISO CAT CERTIFICATION FOR ULTRASOUND

dominich.vo ·
Hi all, I am a Pdm technician, i would like to find some organization / institute about ultrasound inspection training to get information training course and get certification, follow ISO - 18436-8 :2013: ultrasound.
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Maintenance Training

Jeff O ·
Hello everyone. I'm part of a new Maintenance Systems group at a large manufacturing company in West Georgia. We've been focused on equipment reliability and have shown some decent first-step wins. Part of what we're doing is increasing mechanic/technician knowledge and skills. Excellent progress using our vendors, some online software and hands-on labs. However, we also have a facility in Mexico that I'm trying to help in the same area but am coming up short on Spanish Language courses. I'm...
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Re: Vibration Analysis Level 1 (or 2) Practice Question Q 45

Shurafa ·
Jake, Thanks for the chart. I've comments that might be useful for some readers. There is a fundamental difference between the two waveforms (in Jake's post) which is physics. To explain this, let us use a third illustration. [source: https://www.researchgate.net/f...ia-18_fig1_262450664 ] Jake's upper plot is the amplitude (elevation of a point of the string) in the y-axis versus the location of points (examples are A, B, C, etc) along the length of the string on the x-axis. So here we look...
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Re: High vibration on the ball mill drive train A and B

Becar ·
Visually check the pinion teeth. More likely the source is a failure on the pinion support bearings or housing looseness. Therefore gear mesh is not working in the proper way. Due to described breaking bolts, the entire machine should be realigned. The machine obviously needs the immediate repair.
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Re: High vibration on the ball mill drive train A and B

Copper Miner ·
I ran into a very similar problem and it turned out to be the encoder on the motor, basically it was unsynchronizing the motors.
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Re: Leading Into the Skills Gap

Sean Mullan ·
Hanging up the stigma behind Trades as a career is important to the sustainability of domestic manufacturing and keeping local economies strong. The Perkins Act focuses on areas where improvements can be made to current law in three key ways. First, it supports initiatives that promote careers in the Trades. Secondly, it facilitates collaboration among Trades educators and employers on appropriate training curriculum. Lastly, it ensures that training for highly skilled positions better...
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Re: advice needed

Dave Reynolds ·
http://study.com/articles/Be_a...nd_Requirements.html http://reliabilityweb.com/arti..._engineers_come_from http://www.payscale.com/resear...lity_Engineer/Salary Here are a few links that may get you started Dave
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Re: Orbital Data Collection (Training)

Mile High_PumpFE ·
I asked the guys at Technical Associates about this..... they cover a bunch of it in their level 4 class, and there is a rotor dynamics class that Texas A&M gives once a year in Houston that is supposed to cover quite a bit. I have looked for this also, as I have yet to find a class just dedicated to this topic. I have one of my engineers in the Texas class now.... will let you know how this goes.
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Re: Orbital Data Collection (Training)

Pump Guy ·
Someone in TX takes a class once a year dedicated to orbital analysis.
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Re: Orbital Data Collection (Training)

John from PA ·
I assume you have reviewed the "Orbit Tutorial" located at https://www.maintenance.org/topic/orbit-tutorial . Beyond that I'm not certain you will find dedicated course content. Perhaps Mobius or some other similar organization has a topic. As far as probe calibration for different materials if you can specify the exact material or provide a test coupon the probe manufacturer can provide a system with a proper calibration. You can also run a curve of gap vs. DC voltage and establish the...
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Re: Orbital Data Collection (Training)

ivibr8 ·
I did exactly as John stated in regard to calibration. In every field case using prox probes, I simply turned the probe in to touch the surface (0 gap) and measured the DC voltage as I backed the probe out say, every 1/2 turn (there is a little bit of slop so I lightly tightened the jam nut to fix the probe in place). You know the threads/inch so simply plot gap vs. voltage curve. The slope is the sensitivity for that particular setup (e.g. 209 mV/mil vs. published 200 mV/mil). This also...
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Re: Orbital Data Collection (Training)

Pump Guy ·
My thanks to everyone for providing me with valuable information.
 
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