It is a unique course for improving maintenance management processes and learning smart preventive maintenance (PM), condition monitoring, inspection and troubleshooting techniques on a wide variety of components are including pumps, motors, gears, bearings, chain, pipes and valves, couplings, seals, fans, lubrications, lifting equipment, hydraulics, pneumatics, compressors, steam, electrical systems, etc. The condition monitoring and PM techniques are presented in the course together with inspection tools and examples of how to inspect and prevent failures for a number of standard components. The maintenance course carefully explains how to set up and improve a preventive maintenance program in any industry. The course teaches the participant how to organize condition monitoring, lubrication, alignment, cleaning, and other preventive maintenance systems into one orchestrated process.
Preventive and Predictive maintenance techniques provide data that defines servicing and inspection periods so that maintenance departments can determine, in advance, when equipment should be shut down for overhaul. Statistics are proving that these programs, properly implemented, can minimize equipment and system breakdowns, resulting in a major reduction in total maintenance and operation costs. This course will teach you everything you need to understand and implement these money-saving techniques.
In addition to learning how to incorporate effective Preventive and Predictive techniques in your asset management program, this course will introduce you to Review of Existing Maintenance, a tangible, efficient, and productive process, which enhances your ability to arrive at efficient and economical proactive maintenance strategies for existing equipment. Maintenance costs are often reduced, while reliability and performance are increased, all at the same time!
On completion of the course, participants will be able to:
Plan Preventive Maintenance.
The defect type that causes 90% of all breakdowns (it’s not what you might have thought)
The 12 step process to implement a Preventive/Predictive Maintenance program
How to apply cost avoidance to win credibility
How to apply Root Cause Analysis to Proactive Maintenance Strategies
How to identify targets for PPM applications—where to begin
How to logically link PdM to your PM system
How to select the right equipment
How to establish an effective lubrication program that will increase reliability & save money