At EnVibe, we have a collective knowledge of 165 years in the equipment reliability industry. Our custom training courses are the opportunity to ‘pick our brains’, gain hands-on knowledge and learn from predictive maintenance experts. Specialty Classes can be designed around any specific needs to upgrade employee knowledge like understanding of machinery faults and the source of machinery failures.
Learn to be proactive about the health of your equipment from EnVibe’s experience
EnVibe provides training programs with classes in a modular format for all types of equipment and facilities. Modules of different topics can be “mixed and matched” to meet your training goals — whether you need a four hour class or a one week seminar, we can customize to your needs. Each class will have interactive, feedback and discussion sessions to foster improved learning and class manuals and materials will be provided for each student. Classes can be held at your facilities or at an off-site location.
This training is as simple as “How to understand what the EnVibe Vibration Report is telling you” to a level that allows you to understand what changes are needed to make the PdM program work better for you. This class covers the simplicity of identifying the “Time Waveform” to analyzing the time waveform. Each training class is designed to provide the tools and the evaluation process to better understand what vibration is and how it benefits the overall health of your machinery.
Understanding bearings, including anti-friction and sleeve, and their proper application and maintenance along with failure analysis help to increase bearing life and end repeat bearing failures. This training is a good standalone class but it is even better when combined with the Lubrication class. Bearing Failure analysis is a major key to Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) that helps prevent short bearing life. The class also discusses the need for proper storage and handling of bearings.
This class covers many subjects and is designed to help improve storage and handling of lubricants as well as lubrication techniques, oil sampling and lubricant analysis. We discuss additive packages, lubrication selection for particular machinery and some general “rule of thumb” lubrication procedures.
Subjects covered are:
- Properties of lubricants
- Lubrication Practices
- General lubricant information
- Over greasing and under greasing machinery
This class is designed for the beginner and answers questions such as “Why is misalignment bad for a machine?” Students will learn how to complete a successful alignment.
Subjects covered in this course include:
- Different methods of alignment
- How poor alignment results in premature failure and increased operating costs
- What is soft-foot and how to correct soft-foot
- The affects of pipe strain on alignment
- Types of misalignment
In this training course, we discuss the practices of Reliability Center Maintenance of couplings, failure mode, related vibration, and secondary damage to machinery components from coupling failures. The class is designed to make people aware of repeat coupling failures and the causes of coupling failures.
In the Maintenance Optimization Class, we discuss maintenance procedures from a Reliability Centered Maintenance perspective. The class discusses from “Techniques and technology to provide better maintenance” to “Elimination of Repeat Failures”.