Rotating Equipment Maintenance and Reliability

2015-09-02 - 2015-09-04
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+421 257 272 155
For further information about the event, cost and registration please contact Ada Tobias via or call +421 257 272 155.
Condition Based Maintenance is recognized as a cost effective strategy to improve the effectiveness of maintenance programs. It allows maintenance to become proactive rather than reactive. Key Topics * Condition based maintenance * Condition monitoring programme * Vibration analysis * Lubrication * Thermography * Ultrasound awareness * Precision alignment * Balancing About your prominent trainer John Sykes IEng MIMechE, AV Technology Ltd Training Technical Authority As an experienced engineer John Sykes has worked in a variety of industrial sectors at both technician and supervisory levels having specialized in reliability engineering and condition monitoring for the last eleven years.
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Who Should Attend Managers, Engineers, Analysts, Supervisors, Technicians and Operators involved in maintenance, reliability or troubleshooting of rotating equipment Petrochemical, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Utilities, Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals and Mining industry professionals

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