Machinery Lubrication Technician – Level 1
Lubrication practices within a plant have a direct effect on plant and equipment reliability. Many experts within the industry have touted lubrication as one of the most critical in achieving maintenance and reliability goals. When a lubricant is working effectively in a machine – with no chemical degradation and with limited contamination within it, wear will be reduced, and equipment reliability will be improved. As such, this course offers a unique and critical skillset augmenting skills and knowledge gained from all other maintenance and reliability courses.
Learning outcomes for this 3-day course include the ability to:
- Incorporate all below aspects within the development of a maintenance strategy.
- Understand lubrication theory to ensure the right behaviors within an organization.
- Know the variety of lubricants available, and what makes them good or bad.
- Apply the basic reasoning to lubricant selection, to ensure optimum application.
- Ensure the correct lubricant application to meet the goals of the maintenance strategy.
- Understand how lubrication fits within the preventative and predictive maintenance schema.
- Understand the impact of lubrication strategy and implement processes to control lube condition.
- Ensure the design and execution of lube storage and management.
Who Should Attend?
- Maintenance and Asset Managers
- Plant and Facility Engineers
- Reliability Engineers
- Managers of preventive or condition-based and predictive maintenance programs
- CMMS Coordinators or Managers
- Maintenance Leads and Technicians