Lubrication

THIS CLASS HAS BEEN POSTPONED. NEW DATES WILL BE FORTHCOMING.

This course is designed to provide the student with a fundamental understanding of how and why effective lubrication practices are an essential aspect of industrial equipment maintenance. Students should have a basic knowledge of machinery. The textbook focuses on the practical daily aspects of lubrication that impact productivity. Case studies are reviewed that emphasize the importance of developing and implementing effective, long-term solutions for lubrication, maintenance engineering, and maintenance management.

Topics Include:
*Maintaining for Profit
*Lubrication Theory
*Oil and Grease
*How Much and How Often?
*Selecting a Lubrication Delivery System
*Preventative & Predictive Maintenance
*Health, Safety, Storage, and Handling
*Filtration

Suitability: This course is ideally suited for maintenance personnel, equipment operators, technicians, supervisors and engineers desiring a basic knowledge of industrial lubrication.

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