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Professional Training to Improve Machinery Reliability


Turbine Lubrication & Oil Analysis Fundamentals

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Public & In-House TRAININGS

You may contact us to book or find out more about these trainings:
Tel :(603) 3291 1899     Fax:(603) 3291 7899     Email: info@proactivereliability.com

1. The Final Puzzle to Best Practices in Varnish Mitigation
Why everything you’ve learned about lubrication over the past 20 years isn’t worth much.

More advanced equipment, more automation, tighter tolerances, more extreme operating environments, new base oils behaving in entirely new ways, and higher demands for reliability/up-time – just some of the challenges facing today’s lubrication managers. Now this only course of its kind can provide the advanced knowledge you need and gives you the tools you need to ensure long run times and trouble-free operation.

New ways to protect and enhance your rotating and lubricating assets

In today’s rotating and lubrication environment, small problems can become big ones in a hurry, and improper lubrication can have a devastating impact on the bottom line. Knowing how to deal with the new systems and base oils gives you a tremendous advantage in protecting your assets from varnish, spark discharge and other lubrication problems.
Discover new ways to protect and enhance your rotating and lubrication assets in this 2 Day the only course of its kind that provides the advance knowledge and practical experience you need will prepare users so these failures can be avoided.

2. Power Plant Efficiency And Heat Rate Improvement Training Workshop

Discover details of plant efficiency and heat rate concepts, controllable and non-controllable losses, and the effects of component performance on operating costs through our in-plant and public training.

This workshop has been organized for engineers working in steam, gas & combined cycle power plants. The workshop has also been designed for the managers involved in efficiency improvement of power plants and for the people in corporate sector to create awareness in order to reduce the cost of electric power production.  The contents of this workshop are not included in any power plant related text books. Therefore the workshop will be helpful for the people in academia as the contents are essential for teaching the undergraduate and graduate students of thermal sciences.

Steam & Combined Cycle Power Plant Efficiency and Heat Rate Improvement program will provide the participants with details of plant efficiency and heat rate concepts, controllable and non-controllable losses, and the effects of component performance on operating costs.  The focus will be on developing a detailed understanding of the plant efficiency and heat rate effects due to operating practices and unit optimization.

3. Oil Analysis & Lubrication Best Practice (Towards ICML Certification)

This course focuses towards International Council of Machinery Lubrication Certification such as MLA and MLT

4. Integrated Machinery Condition Monitoring (IMCM)

Focus on integrated condition monitoring method (Vibration, Oil analysis, Thermography, Ultrasonic to troubleshoot & perform PdM Job.
With the combination of several technologies, equipment could be predicted much earlier.  NLP training approach. Participants will be guided in using NLP technique in order to achieve their team and company goal.

5. Basic Vibration Analysis (Towards Certification)

An introduction to performing machinery analysis within a condition monitoring program. Various techniques used to diagnose machinery condition are reviewed, including time waveforms, spectral analysis, phase measurements, and amplitude measurement methods.
This course focuses towards Mobius or VI Certification
NLP training approach. Participants will be guided in using NLP technique in order to achieve their team and company goal.

6. Contamination Control (Basic & Fundamental for Technician Level – Part 1

The importance of a qualified, well-trained lubrication technician cannot be stressed enough.  The responsibility of providing clean lubricant to the equipment fails directly upon the shoulders of the lubrication technician, or whomever is responsible for maintaining oil levels.

Lubricating technician must be dedicated to the craft and knowledgeable to minimize the risk of contaminant ingression and to remove the contaminants in the lubricating systems.  The technician is the key success of a well-designed and well-implemented lubrication programme.

It is proven fact that surfaces degrade through the process of abrasion, adheresion and corrosion.  Seventy per cent of all surface degradation (machine wear) is attributed to these three factors.  Contamination control is a systematic process that addresses these issues.  It is a complex technology that has direct correlation with reliability

7. Contamination Control (Basic & Fundamental for Technician Level – Part 2

There are many sources of water, air cross contamination and solid particle contamination including new oil additions, built-in contamination, machine borne particles and the ambient air that enters when the machine breathes.  When it comes to ingested dirt, it stands to reason that much of it comes from the immediate surroundings including the surface of the machines.  By the same token, a significant portion of this ingression can be controlled by simply keeping the machines clean on the outside…
Contamination often remains an overlooked factor behind premature machinery failure and diminished lubricant life.
Discover the powerful tools and techniques today’s world-class companies use to achieve phenomenal machine life extension.