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Reliability Maintenance Institute

2013 SKF Training Handbook

The Power of Knowledge Engineering

SKF Regional & Australasia Training Courses

A comprehensive reliability and maintenance skills training program from SKF

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Welcome

To the world of SKF Knowledge Engineering


Im pleased to say that our 2013 Training Handbook is our most comprehensive yet. Our expanded choice of courses will now offer industry and application specic training within rotating equipment, using a system approach to machinery life extension. Students will gain an understanding of the current trends in maintenance methodologies, and how precision and proactive approaches and their direct interaction with machinery ts into an overall reliability program. Another important undertaking will be the introduction of our Continuous Improvement courses, titled Living Program. Courses in this section, will relate to methods and technologies used to evaluate maintenance work and strategy, thereby closing the loop and making maintenance a continual improvement process. You will notice an even wider choice of online and other learning methods, all aimed at enabling our clients to build and experience their own self-paced learning environments. Were moving to give you the training you want, using the tools and technology you want and developing your personnel to the competency level you want. Naturally, that also means at the time, place and pace that suits you. Importance of Skills Training It is no secret that recent years have brought challenging times for maintenance organisations. Companies have turned to downsizing, re-engineering, and a host of other methods to increase prot and remain competitive in the new world market. It is time we realise that the potential payoff to be gained by optimising production and minimising costs through a well trained, creative thinking, enthusiastic work force is far greater than size reductions. Why SKF for reliability maintenance training? By combining our technical knowledge and close working partnership with our clients, SKF has developed a training platform for your employees, which is able to reect industry best practices and ensure your operational staff are equipped with the latest knowledge on machine reliability. We incorporate a variety of training methods into our classes to ensure the participant is engaged with the topic as it increases overall learning effectiveness. It is our belief that this years Training Handbook will offer genuine help to develop a successful knowledge base for your staff and meet the demands of todays market. On behalf of SKF Reliability Systems, I welcome you and your team to one of our training courses in 2013.

Hashim Poonawala Business Manager Training Solutions SKF Reliability Systems

SKF Solution Factory


Training Centre

By combining our Technical Competence with our Extensive Industry Experience and Local Customer Demands our state of the art Service Centre can assist in achieving higher levels of performance and overcoming specific challenges.

We call this SKF Knowledge!

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SKF Partnership - Academia & Industry Associations


Box Hill Institute of TAFE
Box Hill Institute is a recognised leader in the provision of high-quality, cost-effective education and training services both in Australia and overseas. SKF Reliability Systems have established a partnering agreement with Box Hill Institute for the delivery, assessment and quality assurance of courses offered by SKF as per the national units of competency. This is to ensure that the quality of our training courses are of the high standards set by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) . This partnership benets participants in gaining latest industry knowledge and assessments and accreditation in a selection of units of competency that furthers their learning program and qualication. To learn more about our TAFE Accreditation program, please contact us on (03) 9269 0763 or via rs.marketing@skf.com.

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Condition Monitoring Certication Board (CMCB)


CMCB with direct support from the Australian Institute of Non Destructive Testing (AINDT) was established to oversee the operation of the condition monitoring certication scheme and the policies and procedures in accordance with international requirements. SKF is pleased to be associated with CMCB & AINDT to facilitate coordinated efforts in providing knowledge share with emerging technologies in condition monitoring. Senior members from SKF have worked in close conjunction with the worlds leading accreditation bodies, contributing many years worth of our own condition monitoring experience in the process. Many of our condition monitoring training courses conform to ISO18436. SKF has been approved as an Authorised Training Body by CMSkills in accordance with ISO18436/3. The CMSkills examination, combined with training, experience and veriable competency requirements, will lead to the successful applicant achieving certication to ISO18436 in the relevant methodology. Such certication will be recognised by leading authorities on condition monitoring throughout the world.

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Benets of training
Eliminates re-work and machinery problems to increase reliability and productivity Reduces the need for employee supervision Stops problems before they happen by addressing the root causes. Increases employee productivity by teaching them advanced techniques to complete everyday tasks more efciently Improves job satisfaction Reduces turnover as employees are less likely to leave if they keep learning new skills and keep up within their industry Aids in the recruiting process by making the company more attractive in the eyes of potential employees Rewards long-time employees who have learned new skills and are ready to take on new challenges

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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SKF Australia Training Courses at a glance


Introduction to Training Solutions A) Energy and Sustainability Courses Introduction to SKF Energy Efciency Solutions within Maintenance Organisations Pump System Fundamentals and Energy Efciency Compressed Air System Fundamentals and Energy Efciency Introduction to Environmental Controls Course Code N/A WI281 WI280 N/A Page 8 Page 20 21 22 23 24 Page 26 Page 27 27 28 28 28 28 29 29 29 29 30 30 30 30 31 31 32 32 32 32 33 33 33 Page 35 35 35 36 36 36 37 37 38 38 39 39 40 40 41 41 42 42 43 43 Page 44 45 45 45 45 46 46 46 46 47 47 47 47 48 48 Page 50 51 52 53 54

B) E-Learning Courses Online Courses Introduction to Asset Efciency Optimisation Assessment Basics Proactive Reliability Maintenance Operator Driven Reliability Maintenance Strategy Review Introduction to Vibration Analysis Introduction to Thermography Introduction to Lubrication Analysis Spare Parts Management Bearing Basics Spherical Roller Bearings Angular Contact Ball Bearings CARB Toroidal Roller Bearings Taper Roller Bearings Deep Groove Ball Bearings Introduction to Lubrication Power Transmission Introduction to Shaft Alignment Balancing Basics Introduction to Industrial Seals for Rotating Motion SKF Shaft Alignment Tool SKF Machine Condition Advisor Interactive Computer Based Courses Vibration Analysis I Vibration Analysis II Vibration Analysis of Industrial Fans Vibration Diagnostics of Cement Plant Machinery Dynamic Balancing I Basics of Rolling Element Bearings Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings Vibration Analysis of Plain Bearings Vibration Analysis of Electrical Machines Operation and Maintenance of Pumps Operation and Trouble shooting of Material Handling Systems Analysis of Resonance Related Problems Dynamic Analysis for Equipment and Structural Analysis Alignment - Theory and Practice Diagnostics of Sugar Plant Machinery Diagnostics of Thermal Power Plant Machinery Diagnostics of Paper Plant Machinery C) Short Courses Tradesman, Fitter and Apprentice Course on Bearing Technology Fitting Spherical Roller, Self-Aligning Ball and CARB Bearings Introduction to Bearing Housings and Seals Bearing Handling and Storage Bearings for Electric Motors Bearing Failure Analysis Bearing Lubrication Practical Handling of High Precision Bearings Introduction to Oil Seals Introduction to Epoxy and Sealant Applications V Belts and Pulleys Introduction to Condition Based Maintenance Introduction to Airborne Ultrasound Introduction to Asset Management Course Code MS100 MS101 MS113 MS120 MS130 WI100 WI130 WI140 WC130 GRB001 GRB002 GRB003 GRB004 GRB005 GRB006 GRL001 GRPT01 WE140 WE150 WE170 PT02-TKSA20 PT01-MCA Course Code SLT1 SLT2 SLT3 SLT4 SLT5 SLT6 SLT7 SLT8 SLT9 SLT10 SLT11 SLT12 SLT13 SLT14 SLT15 SLT16 SLT17 SLT18 SLT19 Course Code N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Course Code N/A N/A N/A WE212

D) Industry Specic Courses

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Improving Bearing Reliability in Mining and Mineral Processing Improving Bearing Reliability in Food and Beverage Improving Bearing Reliability in Power Generation (Thermal) Improving Bearing Reliability in Aggregate and Cement

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Improving Bearing Reliability in Oil and Gas Industries Wind Turbine Shop Bearing Maintenance Wind Turbine Uptower Bearing Maintenance E) Application Specic Courses Bearings in Rotating Machinery Applications Improving Crusher Reliability Improving Bearing Reliability in Pumps Improving Bearing Reliability in Fans Improving Bearing Reliability in Paper Machines Electric Motor Maintenance Machine Tool Reliability F) Level 1 Courses Maintenance Strategy Review (MSR) awareness Proactive Reliability Maintenance for Managers & Supervisors Acoustics and Vibration Troubleshooting Vibration Analysis Infrared Thermography Workshop Infrared Thermography Machinery Lubrication & Oil Analysis Ultrasonic Testing Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Spare Parts Management and Inventory Control Proactive Maintenance Skills Bearing Technology and Maintenance Introduction to Lubrication Fundamentals Sealing Solutions Technology Seals for Rotary Applications Precision Shaft Alignment Dynamic Balancing Condition Based Maintenance Selecting and Maintaining Power Transmission Systems G) Level 2 Courses Optimising Asset Management through Maintenance Strategy Streamlined Reliability Centred Maintenance (SRCM) Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) Vibration Analysis Infrared Thermography Oil Analysis Root Cause Bearing Failure Analysis Machine Lubrication Technician H) Level 3 Courses Vibration Analysis Applied Modal and Operating Deection Shape Analysis Bearing System Design I) Living Program Apollo Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Life Cycle Costing SiteMentor J) Motor Systems Reliability Level 1 Introduction to Static Testing and Dynamic Motor Monitoring Level 1 Static Motor Testing/Introduction to DC Motor Testing Level 1 Dynamic Motor Monitoring/Introduction to DC Motor Monitoring Level 2 Dynamic Motor Monitoring Level 3 Dynamic Motor Monitoring, Advanced Diagnostics K) Product & Software Training Training Products SKF Bearing Mounting and Dismounting Demonstration Kit Bearing Workstations Condition Monitoring Kits Shaft Alignment Training Educational Kits Electric Motor Diagnostics SmartStart Training Courses MARLIN /Microlog Inspector and SKF @ptitude Analyst Inspector AX/GX Series Microlog and SKF @ptitude Analyst Online Systems and SKF @ptitude Balancing with an SKF Microlog Easy-Laser Shaft Alignment Systems N/A WE220 WE221 Course Code WE202 WI270 WE211 WE213 WE214 WE215 WE216 Course Code MS230 MS212 N/A WI202 N/A WI230 WI240 WI320 WC200 WC230 WE241 WE201 WE203 WE270 WE240 WE250 N/A WE290 Course Code MS300 MS331 MS332 WI203 N/A WI245 WE204 WE266 Course Code WI204 WI305 OEM301 Course Code LP200 LP240 LP300 Course Code WI261 WI262 WI263 WI364 WI365 Course Code Course Code MSC-TAFEKIT-1 MSC-STATIONS N/A N/A N/A Course Code WICM232 WICM264 WICM270 WECM250 WECM245 55 56 57 Page 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 66 Page 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 76 78 79 80 81 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 Page 92 93 95 96 97 99 100 102 103 Page 106 107 108 110 Page 112 113 114 115 Page 116 117 118 119 120 121 Page 122 Page 123 123 124 125 126 127 Page 128 128 129 129 130 130

Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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How can I increase protability through Skill Management?


SKF recommends 5 Key Steps to Successful Training Results

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5

(Highest return on investment to an organisation)

Select the right Work Category

(Highest skills improvement opportunity for staff)

Training Needs Analysis

(Quickest learning paths to required competency levels)

Customised Learning Planning

(Through structured Documented Savings process)

Monitor Performance Improvement

(Continuous improvement and re-activation of skills cycle)

Work Category Re-assessment

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Step 1: Select the right Work Category


Best return on investment for an organisation
Drawing on years of SKF productivity experience, we can help you identify improvement opportunities that will yield positive bottom-line results, then suggest a strategy for implementing a program to achieve them. Our goal at SKF is to help you achieve maximum return on your reliability investment. The SKF Client Needs Analysis is a performance benchmarking process with proven success in many industries. The SKF Client Needs Analysis enables this understanding, combining our experience in reliabilityfocused maintenance with your knowledge of plant conditions. The goal is to provide useful, actionable information to help you focus on credible performance improvement opportunities.

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

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Application Specific

Level 1

Figure 1: The four phases of maintenance maturity. Moving toward a world-class facility starts with understanding where you stand today, and dening your objectives for the future.

Level 2

OUR AVI BEH

Ideally the client needs analysis will give you the opportunity to gain a clearer perspective on your reliability program that is generally not possible while immersed in daily activities. Once the analysis is complete, you will receive a comprehensive report that includes: A summary of initial set-up details A Spider Chart illustrating a micro-level assessment for each question versus the maturity phases A Maturity Summary Matrix showing a macro-level assessment for all four main facets of the Asset Efciency Optimization Process versus the maturity phases A Ranked Deviation Chart illustrating your performance question-by-question versus your industry averages A detailed roadmap of recommendations for improving plant reliability

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Work Execution

Maintenance Strategy Spider Chart Standard deviation -1 Standard deviation +1 Segment Average Fire Fighting Maintaining Promoting Innovating

Work Control

Work Identication

The SKF Client Needs Analysis allows us to identify improvements in specic work categories that can help you achieve optimum results.

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Step 2: Training Needs Analysis


Highest skills improvement opportunity for staff
Training Needs Analysis (TNA): The shift to a fully integrated, reliability and risk-based asset management strategy starts with a good initial understanding of where your staff are today and where your staff need to be to attain optimum plant performance. The TNA enables this crucial understanding, combining our experience in training and knowledge of maintenance and reliability. The goal is to provide useful and meaningful information to help you focus on improvements for plant performance. TNA is conducted with individuals or a group of your staff from the following work areas: Managers Maintenance Reliability Engineering Superintendents/Supervisors Mechanical Maintenance Electrical Maintenance Planning and Stores Engineers Mechanical Electrical Reliability Condition Monitoring Application Technicians Mechanical Electrical Reliability Condition Monitoring Lubrication

Targeting fourteen areas of Competency for Improvement


Opportunities for improvement are determined when Training Needs Analysis is analysed. Typical improvements fall in the following areas: 1. Bearing and Seal Technology 2. Power Transmission 3. Lubrication 4. Oil Analysis 5. Vibration Analysis 6. RCA/RCFA 7. Non Destructive Testing 8. Thermography 9. Motor Testing and Diagnostics 10. Alignment and Balancing 11. Energy and Sustainability 12. Maintenance Strategy 13. Planning and Scheduling 14. Spare Parts Optimisation

A progressive and structured approach to Training Assessment


Skill Gap Analysis in all key areas of Competency.
COMPETENCY & SKILL ANALYSIS
Scores = Skill Level 10.1 - 12.5 = Level 4 7.6 - 10.0 - = Level 3 5.1 - 7.5 = Level 2 2.6 - 5.0 = Level 1 0 - 2.5 = Level 0

Bearing & Seal Technology

Industry Benchmark

Spare parts Optimization

Planning & Scheduling

Maintenance Strategy

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Power Transmission

Lubrication

Oil Analysis

Energy and Sustainalbility

Vibration Analysis

Alignment & Balancing

RCA/RCFA

Motor Testing & Diagnostics

Non Destructive Testing

Thermography

The Training Needs Analysis will give you a clearer perspective of personnels competency and skill levels. The results are analysed and you will be provided with a report which includes: 1. A summary of individuals or group of individuals work prole 2.  A spider chart, showing a micro-level assessment of each question, with skill levels for each area of competency, opportunities for improvement as well as areas of exceptional performance (refer to spider chart above) 3.  A skills summary matrix showing macro level assessment for each of the areas of competency 4.  A detailed proposal of recommendations for improvement for the individual or group of individuals supported by the nding of the training needs analysis

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Step 3: Customised Learning Planning


Quickest learning paths to required competency levels

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SKF reliability and maintenance training


Course levels
The SKF Training courses focus on disseminating maintenance related knowledge worldwide. It offers various programs that are developed for easy application. SKF offer training courses by skill levels. Following this development path is not mandatory, yet highly recommended, as participants will realise the most benets by taking the courses sequentially. Basic E-learning modules delivered online, 24/7, at SKF @ptitude Exchange. Introductory courses familiarise students with basic terms and offer basic training on subjects such as bearings, lubrication, thermography, and more. SKF Self-Learning Tools are a one-stop solution for students at various levels including the students of mechanical and other engineering streams. They offer impartial assessment, and help you to update your competencies to acquire new skills and help you to update your competencies and acquire new skills. Level 1 Classroom courses taught by SKF specialists at customer locations or SKF facilities nationally. A combination of theory and hands-on instruction, these intermediate courses typically last 23 days. Levels 2 and 3 Classroom courses taught by SKF specialists or external experts at customer locations or SKF facilities nationally. Combining theory with hands-on instruction, these advanced courses typically last 35 days.

E-Learning

Course categories
While specic course topics vary widely, SKF training courses are organised to match the following ve facets of the SKF Asset Efciency Optimisation (AEO) workow process: Maintenance Strategy (MS) Relates to methods and technologies used to develop a maintenance strategy. Courses emphasise a technically and nancially sound maintenance strategy developed to match business goals. Work Identication (WI) Relates to methods and technologies used to identify maintenance work. Course topics include preventive maintenance, predictive technologies, information integration and decision support systems, and work order request generation. Work Control (WC) Relates to methods and technologies used to control maintenance work. Course topics include maintenance planning and scheduling, standard job plans, spare parts alignment, and supply and logistics. Work Execution (WE) Relates to methods and technologies used to complete maintenance tasks. Course topics include precision maintenance, best practices in lubrication, installation, precision alignment, balancing, and post maintenance testing. Living Program (LP) Relates to methods and technologies used to evaluate maintenance work and strategy, thereby closing the loop and making maintenance a continual improvement process. Course topics include root cause analysis, reliability analysis, maintenance work close-out, machine redesign, and technology upgrades.

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course levels

Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Basic

Advanced training delivered by SKF specialists Advanced training delivered by SKF specialists Classroom / onsite delivered by local SKF trainers e-learning delivered via the internet Maintenance strategy Work identication Work control Work execution

Course categories

Living programme (continual improvement)

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Step 4: Monitor Performance Improvement


Through structured Documented Savings process

Spend minutes. Save thousands.


With SKF Documented Solutions.
Using a powerful new software program, an SKF representative can show you how to track thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars of savings when knowledge gained from SKF training is implemented. Solutions range from unique SKF training, products that reduce maintenance costs, to reliability services that solve recurring machine problems and virtually eliminate unplanned downtime. How can you have condence in the forecasted savings? Because youll plug in your own numbers for materials, labour, downtime, energy costs, inventory, lubrication, replacement costs and more. Youll see actual, bottom-line results of similar solutions implemented by others in your industry, and learn what others with similar problems are doing in different industries.

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Step 5: Work Category Re-assessment


Continuous improvement and re-activation of skills cycle

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

SKF recommends customers to re-assess the improvements made in different work categories after a period of 12-24 months. It also allows customers to identify new improvement opportunities, thereby closing the re-assessment loop and making this part of a continuous improvement process.

Level 2

Level 3

Key to success
Process
A corporate culture willing to embrace the need for change Commitment to implementing new technologies with requisite nancial, training and personnel resources

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

SUCCESS

Culture

Technology

Willingness to support processes for implementing cultural and technology changes

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Cant spare time out for training? Looking for a convenient solution?
Did you know SKF Reliability Systems can provide expert training at your premises?
Advantages
Diverse Range of Courses
Access to a full range of public courses as well as courses tailored to meet your industry-specic needs

Convenience
We arrange timing and delivery of courses to suit your schedule No travel time for delegates, thus providing time and cost savings we come to you!

Experienced Presenters
Industry experts who are able to provide course participants with the full spectrum of maintenance and reliability based training

Cost Effective
Cost effective method for training groups of employees from your organisation

Team Environment
Training all employees at the same time promotes a team environment and provides immediate learning impact

Is Onsite training an option for you?


You have 7 or more people from your organisation who need training You want to choose a date and location that suits you You want a trainer that understands your industry You want to save time and money, while getting the best training

For more information on what Onsite training can do for you: Tel: (Australia) +61 3 9269 0763 (New Zealand) 0800 753 872 Fax: (Australia) +61 3 9269 0886 (New Zealand) 0800 753 329 Email: rs.marketing@skf.com Visit: www.skf.com.au/training

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Instructors
Gary Patrick
 Gary is a Senior Consulting Engineer, Training and Development for the SKF Reliability Maintenance Institute. He develops and teaches courses on vibration analysis, precision maintenance and reliability to clients throughout the world. Gary has an extensive background in training, maintenance, machinery vibration, root cause analysis and troubleshooting. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, is certied in ASNT PdM Level III vibration analysis, has written numerous technical articles for publication in trade journals, and has presented at reliability conferences around the world.

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Wayne Dearness
 Wayne Dearness has more than 35 years of experience in heavy industry and industrial lubrication. He has successfully helped numerous Australian and international companies improve their machinery lubrication and oil analysis programs.  Wayne has a Masters of Mechanical Engineering degree, specialising in industrial Tribology. His focus is on practical application of lubrication management within the industry. Wayne has written and conducted numerous public and onsite private training courses, Noria training seminars, as well as authoring and presenting several articles covering a wide range of industry topics.

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Brenton Ward
 Brenton Ward is a Level III Infraspection Institute Certied Infrared Thermographer and professional infrared consultant specialising in large industrial facilities. Since 1994 he has provided thermal imaging services, training, and application solutions for a wide range of industries. Brenton teaches Infraspection Institute classes in Australia and New Zealand.

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Trevor Huf
 Trevor completed his engineering courses in the Royal Australian Navy and gained extensive knowledge in measurement and alignment since joining SKF in 1989. He has attended formal training with suppliers of laser based measurement systems in shaft alignment and geometrical measurement. As a qualied Cert IV in Training and Workplace Assessment instructor, Trevor has conducted training for users of laser based measurement systems in all types of industries around Australia and overseas including mining, pulp & paper, oil & gas, marine and consulting companies. He has also presented technical papers at industrial conferences throughout Australia. Now semi retired, Trevor conducts training courses, on behalf of SKF, in Laser Alignment and other areas of Condition based maintenance.

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Instructors
John Bonnitcha
 John served 40 years with Terex Jaques as National Parts and Service Manager, where he gained a wealth of experience in the eld of Crusher Reliability and Servicing. John is regarded as one of the leaders in the Extractive Industries, where servicing and maintenance of crushing equipment is required to improve the bottom line and ensure equipment availability is improved. John has a wealth of knowledge of all manufacturers equipment from Jaques Cedarapids, Pegson, Nordberg, Symons, Gemco Sandvik, Allis Chalmers to name a few. John has presented in Crusher Service Seminars throughout Australia, SE Asia and the USA.

David Blight
 David Blight is a Mechanical Engineer who worked for SKF for 15 years in positions ranging from Application Engineer in Australia to Project, Manufacturing and Engineering Manager in SKF factories in Sweden, USA, China and Malaysia. David now runs his own Manufacturing Consultancy in Brisbane and runs Training courses for SKF on Bearing Maintenance and Technology.

Rob Distill
 Rob has been with SKF for over 15 years working as an Application Engineer. He is the lead instructor for the Root Cause Bearing Failure Analysis Course. He has an extensive background in training, maintenance, root cause analysis and trouble shooting. He regularly performs high skilled high impact services as required at client locations on a nationwide basis. Rob has an Associate Diploma in Mechanical Engineering with a Fitting and Machinist Trade background. He currently teaches several SKF Reliability Maintenance based courses throughout Australia.

Kumar Manoj
 Kumar Manoj is an Application Engineer working with the SKF Engineering Department as the Industrial Seals Specialist. He has a combined experience of 12 years in sealing solutions, specialising in rotary and hydraulic/ pneumatic sealing applications. Kumar has technical and practical experience serving in all types of industries that include metals, mining, pulp & paper, oil & gas and food & beverage industries around Australasia.

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Instructors
Gary Pilley
 Gary is an Application Engineer working with SKF in Technical Support and Reliability Services. After completing his Mechanical Engineering in the 1980s, Gary spent over 25 years in varied roles of Application Engineering for many international manufacturing companies producing bearings, gearboxes, couplings, clutches, hydraulic equipment, conveyor belts, chains. As a result, he is now able to draw on years of technical and practical experience to many heavy industry applications.

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Phil Williams
 Phil served his time as a tter and turner in the gold mining industry in Western Australia in the early sixties and continued in maintenance roles in the gold, nickel and copper mining industries until moving to New Zealand in 1974. In New Zealand he continued in the engineering trade in both maintenance and supervisory roles.  Phil joined SKF in 1991 and has held numerous roles including Training Manager, Product Manager, Key Account Manager, Sales Manager. He has now retired but still works for SKF as a trainer.

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Kevin Leggott
 Kevin started as an Apprentice Fitter and Machinist in 1962. He joined SKF as an engineer in 1972 and took up a role of NSW Engineering Manager/Special Products Manager in 1977. He left SKF for a Chief Engineer Australia/NZ role and decided to come back after 20 years to SKF as a trainer for Bearing Technology and Maintenance courses. Kevin has also spent time as a TAFE Teacher in Mechanical Trades and Welding.

Level 3

Living Program

Richard Clancy
 Richard Clancy is a mechanical engineer with over 36 years experience in lubrication and machine maintenance for Mobil, Esso and Conoco. He has worked in a range of industries and environments, formulating products, introducing cost-saving programs, and presenting technical information and preparing reports to conrm the nancial benets of the customers purchase from the oil company. Richard has been involved in a wide range of industries which includes; transport, mining, manufacturing, metal rolling, marine, aviation, paper, glass.

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Instructors
Paul Knock
 Paul Knock has over 20 years experience in the electric motor industry. Paul has worked as a manager of repair workshops in Europe and Australia and has vast experience in the repair and service of AC and DC electrical motors and generators. He has eld experience in gathering, compiling, diagnosing and reporting on electrical and mechanical condition monitoring techniques. He has managed service contracts in papermills, dockyards, shipping, steelworks, wind generation, mining and nuclear power industries. More recently he has been involved with condition monitoring and energy and sustainability projects for SKF and manages motor diagnostics with SKF Asia Pacic.

Ganesh Natarajan
Ganesh is an Asset Management practitioner with over 25 years experience in Maintenance, Engineering, Operations and Consulting domains.He is considered to be a subject matter expert in the eld of Asset Management. He has successfully applied and implemented asset management methods, systems, processes and practices in a range of industries including Marine, Oil & Gas, Food & Beverage, Petrochemical, Mining and Metals. His practical and hands-on maintenance experience readily translates to concepts and holistic solutions that deliver results. A proponent of the Asset Management discipline, he is passionate about training and affecting knowledge transfer. Ganesh is well engaged in the public domain through published articles and conference presentations.

Apollo Root Cause Analysis Instructors


Jack Jager
 Jack Jager is an experienced educator who has been training and facilitating the Apollo Root Cause Method since 2003. In this time, Jack has helped over 300 companies including many blue chip multinationals throughout the world reduce recurring incidents whilst empowering individuals to become better problem solvers.

Ned Callahan
 Since joining ARMS Reliability in 2008, Ned Callahan has worked with companies of all sizes and industries to develop in-house problem solving capabilities. With over 20 years of experience in education, managerial positions and problem solving, Ned brings a wealth of practical expertise to the delivery of the Apollo Root Cause Analysis Method facilitator course.

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Australian and New Zealand companies who attended our training courses
MINING & MINERAL PROCESSING ADITYA BIRLA MINERALS ALCOA - WAGERUP REFINERY ALCOA WORLD ALUMINA BHP BILLITON MT ARTHUR COAL BHP BILLITON TEMCO BHP BILLITON GEMCO BHP BILLITON WORLSEY ALUMINA BHP BILLITON IRON ORE BHP BILLITON NICKEL WEST KALGOORLIE NICKEL SMELTER KWINANA LEINSTER MT KEITH BMA - CRINUM MINE BOYNE SMELTERS COBAR MANAGEMENT CORNWALL COAL CROCODILE GOLD - UNION REEF ENERGY RESOURCES OF AUSTRALIA RANGERMINE FORTESCUE METALS GROUP (PORT HEDLAND) ILUKA RESOURCES MCARTHUR RIVER MINE MINARA RESOURCES - MURRIN MURRIN MMG - GOLDEN GROVE NEW HOPE CORPORATION NEWCREST MINING NEWMONT BODDINGTON GOLD MINE NORTHPARKES MINES OZ MINERALS PEABODY WILKIE CREEK PORT WARATAH COAL SERVICES QUEENSLAND NICKEL RIO TINTO ALCAN BELL BAY WEIPA YARWUN RIO TINTO COAL & ALLIED HUNTER VALLEY WARKWORTH RIO TINTO IRON ORE BROCKMAN CAPE LAMBERT PARABURDOO TOM PRICE SEDGMAN OPERATIONS ST BARBARA MINES - LEONORA TIWEST JOINT VENTURE XSTRATA COPPER XSTRATA ZINC - MT ISA MANUFACTURING AUSTCOLD AUSTRALIAN PAPER - MARYVALE MILL BALLANCE AGRI NUTRIENTS BORAL CEMENT BORG PANELS CARTER HOLT HARVEY CAVALIER SPINNERS CEMENT AUSTRALIA CONVATECH CRYOVAC AUSTRALIA CSBP CSR PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS ENERGY BRIX AUSTRALIA FALK AUSTRALIA FISHER & PAYKEL FUCHS LUBRITECH GENERAL CABLES GOLDEN BAY CEMENT GRAINCORP OPERATION HANSON HIGGINS AGGREGATES HIGHLAND PINE PRODUCTS HOLCIM (AUSTRALIA) INCITEC PIVOT JAMES HARDIE AUSTRALIA JUKEN NZ KIMBERLEY CLARK NORTHERN CEMENT NZ STEEL O-I AUSTRALIA ONESTEEL MANUFACTURING PANPAC FORREST PRODUCTS PACIFIC STEEL PHILIP MORRIS QENOS QUEENSLAND SUGAR RPG AUSTRALIA SEALED AIR VIRBAC AUSTRALIA WINSTONE AGGREGATES FOOD & BEVERAGE AFFCO IMLAY CASELLA WINES CBH GROUP FONTERRA CLANDEBOYE EDENDALE KAPUNI LICHFIELD TE RAPA WHAREROA GOODMAN FIELDER GRAINCORP OPERATIONS GRIFFIN FOODS HEINZ WATTIES MANILDRA GROUP MARS FOOD MARS PETCARE MCCAIN FOODS MURRAY GOULBURN CO-OPERATIVE NESTLE BEVERAGES NEW ZEALAND DAIRIES WESTLAND DAIRY WESTON MILLING ENERGY & UTILITIES CONTACT ENERGY CS ENERGY - KOGAN CREEK DELTA ELECTRICITY FLUOR - HAZELWOOD POWER STATION IPM LOY YANG B MACQUARIE GENERATION MARUBENI POWER STATION NRG GLADSTONE POWER STATION PELICAN POINT POWER STANWELL POWER STATION TARONG ENERGY TRUENERGY VEOLIA WATER WANNON WATER WATER CORPORATION OIL & GAS BP REFINERY - KWINANA CHEVRON CONOCO PHILLIPS ESSO AUSTRALIA QUEENSLAND GAS COMPANY SANTOS SHELL WOODSIDE ENERGY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY CHISHOLM INTSTITUTE OF TAFE ICMS PILBARA TAFE SWAN TAFE - MIDLAND TAFE NSW ILLAWARRA INSTITUTE TAFE NSW - ULTIMO TAFE QLD - CAIRNS OTHER SERVICES ABB SERVICE A G COOMBS AEM CONSOLIDATED AIRPOWER ALLIED INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ALS GLOBAL ALSTOM ASSETIVITY ATIVO MAINTENANCE & SERVICES BILFINGER CAIRNS REGIONAL COUNCIL CLEVELAND COMPRESSED AIR SERVICES COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICES COOK SHIRE COUNCIL CO-OPERATIVE BULK HANDLING DARWIN PORT AUTHORITY DUBBO CITY COUNCIL G & S ENGINEERING SERVICES GLADSTONE PORTS CORPORATION HASTINGS DEERING JAQUES (TEREX CO) LEIGHTON CONTRACTORS LONGWALL HYDRAULICS MOSSROCK NORTHERN MARITIME SERVICES PHD ENGINEERING PORT HEDLAND PORT AUTHORITY QUEENSLAND RAIL ROLLS-ROYCE MARINE SANDVIK MATERIALS HANDLING SINCLAIR KNIGHT MERZ SITA ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS SPECIALISED LABOUR HIRE (NZ) VITERRA WASSCO ENGINEERING WINDSOR ENGINEERING GROUP WORLEY PARSONS

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Energy and Sustainability


Sustainability is a long-term commitment for SKF and I am very proud that we have been recognised for our efforts, particularly in the areas of promoting sustainable products. SKF is committed to sustainability not only as a responsibility, but also as a way of developing our business. We see this as one of our competitive advantages in working with our business partners and in attracting, retaining and developing our employees.
Tom Johnstone, President and CEO, AB SKF

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Introduction to SKF Energy Efciency Solutions within Maintenance Organisations


Course Overview
This course provides students the knowledge to conduct an extensive plant-wide assessment that identies high-energy consumption areas within an operation. The course also examines chemical treatments, lubrication use and other operating processes that could be improved to reduce environmental impact.

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Course Content
Energy-assessment solutions Thermography analysis Vibration analysis AC electric motor monitoring Belt/shaft alignment Precision balancing Performance monitoring: pumps, turbines, fans, compressors Steam trap monitoring Heat exchanger efciency Low-friction and hybrid-magnetic bearings Pneumatic to electric actuation conversions Anatomy of hidden energy savings Using a variety of inspection technologies such as thermography and vibration analysis, SKF energy specialists help companies discover energy reduction opportunities in every corner of the plant. The example shown here involves found energy within a typical electric motor pump. 1. Electric motor analysis Advanced diagnostics and monitoring can reduce energy use 2. Precision alignment Properly aligned machinery consumes less energy 3. Lubrication and sealing Optimum lubrication and sealing methods can cut energy use 4. Hydraulics Vibration analysis allows hydraulic improvements that can cut energy 5. Precision balancing Proper balancing can reduce energy consumption

Who Should Attend


Plant representatives and those with primary responsibility within high energy intensive industry Operations Managers, Maintenance Managers, Environmental and Compliance Ofcers, Planning Manager and Reliability Engineer Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Certication

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8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,750 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public N/A

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WI281

Pump System Fundamentals and Energy Efciency


Course Overview
Introduce students to the fundamental concepts that determine the operating efciency of a pump system. Equip students with the knowledge to identify the benets from the introduction of a route based pump energy monitoring service, designed to improve energy efciency of pump systems.

Course Content
Pump System Fundamentals and Energy Efciency is an interactive course combining lecture and hands-on demonstration using a portable pump system. Topics covered include: Introduction to pumps and pumping systems Understanding pump and system curves Energy efciency of pumping systems - Factors that inuence pump system efciency - Review of factors that can be monitored on a regular basis - Review of other factors The relationship between reliability and energy efciency Monitoring energy efciency of pumps Field measurements Cost analysis Pump loop practical session - Pump and system curves - Efciency measurements, estimating BEP - Simulation of the effects of scale formation on energy efciency - Condition monitoring and energy efciency - Pump cavitation and measuring cavitation - Tool box review

Who Should Attend


Plant representatives and those with primary responsibility within high energy intensive industry Operations Managers, Maintenance Managers, Environmental and Compliance Ofcers, Planning Manager and Reliability Engineer Client personnel who specify, operate or maintain pump systems Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 1 day $750 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Key Learning Outcomes


Students will: Understand the background of factors that inuence pump systems energy efciency Be able to conduct a high level screening assessment of pump systems to identify systems that will likely benet from a more detailed analysis

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WI280

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Compressed Air System Fundamentals and Energy Efciency


Course Overview
Introduce students to the fundamentals and concepts that determine the operating efciency of a compressed air system. Equip students with the knowledge to identify the benets from the introduction of a route based compressed air system energy monitoring program, designed to improve and maintain energy efciency of Compressed Air systems.

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Introduction Why care about compressed air Understanding client business needs Compressed air end uses Studying and understanding the supply side Identication of required system components for monitoring Identication of system required parameters for measurement Roles of system components Identication of supply side energy savings opportunities Use of energy Best Practice calculations Studying and understanding the demand side System Baselining System Controls and Storage Identication of demand side energy savings opportunities Demand side leak detection Use of Best Practice compressed air leak calculations Monitoring and Maintaining System Efciency Condition Monitoring for energy efciency Case Studies System Improvement Planning and Implementation Working with production and management Where to start Measuring and Reporting Results

Key Learning Outcomes


Students will understand the background of factors that inuence compressed air systems energy efciency

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Who Should Attend


Plant representatives and those with primary responsibility within high energy intensive industry Operations Managers, Maintenance Managers, Environmental and Compliance Ofcers, Planning Manager and Reliability Engineer Client personnel who specify, operate or maintain pump systems Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 1 day $750 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public N/A

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Introduction to Environmental Controls


Course Overview
Learn the basics of how organisations impact the environment and their consequences. The course includes an overview on the recently enacted Act in the Australian Federal Parliament on National Greenhouse Gas Emission Reporting, typical framework of statutory regulations covered by Federal, State and Local Government and obligations for organisations to remain compliant with these. How to determine the aspects and impacts of your organisation at your site using the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Systems Standard and a generic model for developing an environmental compliance management system. The ever increasing consciousness amongst world leaders on the adverse consequences of global warming, and the responsibilities of organisations and individuals to be efcient and environmentally responsible, now mandates the introduction of effective environmental controls as part of managing any business.

Who Should Attend


Operations Managers, Maintenance Managers, Maintenance Staff, Environmental and Compliance Ofcers, Engineering Draftsman / Manager /Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 1 day $750 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public N/A

Course Content
Basics on Environmental Impacts Greenhouse Gas emissions, pollution, landll wastes and their effects on the environment Environmental Regulatory Framework National Greenhouse Gas Emission Reporting Federal, State and Local Government regulatory framework Typical penalties for noncompliance Environmental Aspects and Impacts How to identify environmental aspects of your organisation and their impacts on the environment (land, water and air) Environmental Compliance Management Overview on the ISO 14001:2004 Standard - Environmental Management Systems

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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E-Learning Courses
Learn at your own place and pace with SKF e-learning courses. These courses cover a wide range of product and technology topics and complement the courses taught by our specialist training staff.

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Online Courses
Online training course modules from SKF Reliability Systems
Learn at your own place and pace
The E-Learning area of SKF Reliability Systems offers an expanding range of online courses covering a range of topics. This enables selfpaced learning to be enjoyed by the participant at the time and place that best suits their needs.

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Recommended For
Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician/Fitter, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor/Technician/Fitter/Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/Supervisor/Operator, Planning Manager/Planner/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor/Storeman.

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Course Certication
On completion of a course, participants have the option of taking a certication test. If the pass mark in the test is achieved then a printed certicate for the relevant course is despatched by mail from SKF Gothenburg.

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Learner Support Forum


Online training does not have to be a solitary activity, undertaken in isolation from other students. The @ptitude Exchange forum includes dedicated discussion areas to support each of the online courses. Here, students are able to communicate freely with other course participants and in an open manner with course tutors. This stimulates learning in a manner similar to the classroom environment, where students benet not only from the tuition itself, but also from the questions posed by others, and from the responses and debate that these questions generate. To go directly to the forum visit www.aptitudexchange.com

Introduction to Asset Efciency Optimisation


MS100
Course Overview This is an introductory course on Maintenance Optimisation. It considers the shortcomings of traditional maintenance and the benets to be gained by replacing a cost focus with one of value and risk. Tools to assist with the optimisation exercise are briey discussed and a work process is outlined to ensure that the optimised maintenance plan achieves the desired results. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Maintenance Strategy

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Tutor Support
All of our online courses include ask the expert functionality. Visiting the links provided in the online course will connect the individual learner one-on-one via email with one of our subject matter experts. Students questions submitted in this way are treated in condence, but the feedback gained is used to guide improvements to the course in question, and to aid development of future courses. Please visit www.aptitudexchange.com for a free demonstration of the online training. To subscribe, please contact rs.marketing@skf. com or phone Tel: (Australia) +61 3 9269 0763 (New Zealand) 0800 753 872 Fax: (Australia) +61 3 9269 0886 (New Zealand) 0800 753 329

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Online Courses
Assessment basics
MS101
Course Overview Excellence in asset management is no more or less complex than being able to ask and answer structured questions routinely and accurately. This course provides a general introduction to the subject of assessing maintenance performance. Tuition includes guidance on the selection and implementation of the correct assessment approach. The nature of organisational change is also discussed and suggestions made regarding management of the change process. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Maintenance Strategy

Operator Driven Reliability


MS 120
Course Overview This interactive course provides an introduction to the concept of Operator Driven Reliability (ODR). Its origins and terminology are explained, and the relationships between ODR and other maintenance methodologies is discussed. Factors that are key to successful implementation are also described. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Maintenance Strategy

Maintenance Strategy Review


MS 130

Proactive Reliability Maintenance


MS113
Course Overview This course provides an introduction to proactive maintenance. It starts by exploring what is meant by the term proactive maintenance and goes on to discuss ve of the primary tools that are typically used in its implementation. An introduction to the use of key performance indicators to monitor program effectiveness is included, along with suggestions for a disciplined approach to operational review. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Maintenance Strategy

Course Overview The course starts with an explanation of what a good maintenance strategy is meant to achieve. It then goes on to introduce Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) as a means of devising an effective strategy. Some variations on the classic RCM methodology are described, including SRCM and Risk Based maintenance. A cost-based approach to RCM is also outlined. The course goes on to suggest how a maintenance strategy review project might be organised, and concludes by discussing the challenges that must be faced when implementing the results of such a project. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Maintenance Strategy

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Online Courses
Introduction to Vibration Analysis
WI100
Course Overview This interactive course provides an introduction to vibration monitoring and analysis. It explains many of the basic terms associated with the activity. Vibration measurement parameters and their uses are discussed, including velocity, displacement, acceleration, frequency and phase. An interactive exercise in relative phase measurements is offered. The concept of vibration spectrum analysis is explained, and basic guidance is offered regarding selection of vibration tolerances. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Identication

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Introduction to Lubrication Analysis


WI140
Course Overview The lessons provide an overview into the history of lubricant analysis, evolution of maintenance practices, friction and lubrication basics, lubricant analysis techniques, wear mechanisms, and lubrication regimes. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Identication

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Spare Parts Management


WC130
Course Overview

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Introduction to Thermography
WI130
Course Overview This interactive course provides an introduction to infrared thermography and the associated background science . It explains many of the basic terms associated with the activity. Four main areas of industrial application are discussed, and practical examples from each of these areas are presented. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Identication

This course introduces you to the terminology, processes and activities associated with spare part and inventory management. The objective of this course is to increase your knowledge of basic spare parts and inventory management terminology, processes and principles with respect to your business goals. This course will help you to identify, structure and classify spare parts based on their criticality and re-order parameters, and help you to optimise your spare parts inventory. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Control

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Bearing Basics
GRB001
Course Overview On completion of this course the learner will be able to: Describe the three primary functions of a bearing. Correctly identify the component parts of a standard bearing. Explain eight factors that will affect the choice of bearing for a particular application. List the most common bearing types. Describe, with the aid of notes, the main characteristics of each of the common types of bearing. Identify, with the aid of notes, the bearing type described by use of a basic designation. Identify, with the aid of notes, variants of a standard bearing design from information given in prexes and sufxes applied to standard designations. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

Angular Contact Ball Bearings


GRB003
Course Overview Before taking the Angular Contact Ball Bearings course, it is recommended that you have passed the Bearings Basic course (GRB001), or have some prior knowledge about bearings. Lessons focus on features and benets of single row and double row angular contact ball bearings. Arrangement of universally matchable angular contact ball bearings is also discussed. Four-point contact ball bearings are also considered. SKF Angular Contact Ball Bearings are used in many pump and compressor applications. Three examples of demanding applications are presented. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

CARB Toroidal Roller Bearings Spherical Roller Bearings


GRB002
Course Overview This course consists of a number of lessons: Introduction Executive summary Features and benets Product range and designations Applications Before taking the Spherical Roller Bearings course, it is recommended that you have passed the Bearings Basic course (GRB001), or have some prior knowledge about bearings. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

GRB004

Course Overview In this course you will learn about the features and benets of CARB Toroidal Roller Bearing performance variants. Additionally, you can go into further details about hardening, adjustment, catalogue values and other technical information by reading the available pdf-documents. CARB Toroidal Roller Bearings are used in many types of applications. This lesson presents no less than ve applications of CARB Toroidal Roller Bearings that highlight different aspects of the product benets. Before taking this course, it is recommended that you have passed the Bearings Basic course (GRB001), or have some prior knowledge about bearings. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

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Online Courses
Taper Roller Bearings
GRB005
Course Overview The course covers the following sections: An introduction to the course contents and an explanation of how the course works. This extended summary presents the product features and benets that characterise SKF Taper Roller Bearings. In this section you will learn about the features and benets of the three SKF Taper Roller Bearing performance variants. Additionally, you can go into further details about hardening, adjustment, catalogue values and other technical information by reading the available pdf-documents. Product range and designations: This lesson focuses on the SKF Taper Roller Bearing range and the most relevant designations. Applications: Taper Roller Bearings are used in many types of applications. This lesson presents no less than ve applications of SKF Taper Roller Bearings that highlight different aspects of the product benets. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

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Deep Groove Ball Bearings


GRB006

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Course Overview Before taking the Deep Groove Ball Bearings course, it is recommended that you have passed the Bearings Basic course (GRB001), or have some prior knowledge about bearings. In this course you will learn the basics about SKF Deep Groove Ball Bearings. The course consists of the following parts: An introduction to the course contents and an explanation of how the course works In this section you will learn about the features and benets that set SKF Deep Groove Ball Bearings apart from the competition Product range and designations: Working with bearings on a daily basis, it is useful to recognise the most common bearing designations. In this lesson, you will learn about the SKF Deep Groove Ball Bearing range and the most relevant designations Applications: SKF Deep Groove Ball Bearings are successfully used in a wide range of applications. This lesson illustrates four different applications Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

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Introduction to Lubrication
GRL001
Course Overview Before taking the SKF Lubrication course, it is recommended that you have passed the Bearings Basic course (GRB001), or have some prior knowledge about bearings. In this course you will learn about the physics of lubricants and the function of a lubricant within a bearing. The features and benets of SKF standard bearing greases will be outlined, and you will be shown how to select grease for a specic application. The presentation also discusses the features and benets of SKF automatic lubricator systems; SYSTEM 24 and SYSTEM Multipoint. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

Introduction to Shaft Alignment


WE140
Course Overview This interactive tutorial will provide a basic introduction to the importance of shaft alignment. The program provides technical information about the proactive approach to shaft alignment, the process itself, common terminology as well as highlight key alignment methods such as simple mechanical, dial indicator and laser shaft alignment. Corrective actions will also be explained in this comprehensive module. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

Balancing Basics Power Transmission


GRPT01
Course Overview This course presents the basics of the unique SKF power transmission product range, which consists of six main product categories which are belts, pulleys, chains, sprockets, couplings, as well as bushings and hubs. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

WE150

Course Overview This course provides a basic introduction to eld balancing from rst principles. Unbalance is one of the most common causes of machinery vibration. Nowadays vibration monitoring and analysis instruments typically include a dynamic balancing facility. These balancing programs can usually be relied upon for good results. Occasionally, however, things do not appear to go as they should, and it is useful in such circumstances to have an understanding of the fundamentals of balancing in order to speedily arrive at a solution. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

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Introduction to Industrial Seals for Rotating Motion
WE170
Course Overview This interactive tutorial aims to provide a basic introduction to the selection of industrial seals for rotating motion. The study material is divided into six chapters: introduction, industrial seals, operating conditions factors, radial shaft seals, v-rings, and applications. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

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SKF Machine Condition Advisor


PT01-MCA

E-Learning

Course Overview This course introduces the SKF Machine Condition Advisor, and its application in assessing the condition of rotating machinery. This involves three key tasks: Preparing and planning for measurements Collecting and recording readings Evaluating the collected data to detect changes in machinery condition. Tuition is divided into four main lessons: 1. The basics: This lesson introduces the SKF Machine Condition Advisor as a predictive maintenance tool, and describes the three determinants of machine condition that it measures. 2. Instrument Setup: In this lesson you will learn how to prepare the instrument for use, and how to congure the instrument to suit your own preferences.

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SKF Shaft Alignment Tool


PT02-TKSA20
Course Overview This course introduces the SKF shaft alignment tool TKSA20, and covers the following topics The importance of precision alignment Whats in the kit Use of the TKSA20 to check for soft foot, and to align a machine.

3. Using the Instrument: A virtual instrument is used to collect data from a typical fan. A simple data recording system is discussed, and instruction offered regarding the evaluation of the collected data. 4. Practical conditions: This lesson considers some of the practical difculties that might be encountered in using the Advisor on real process machinery. Once again, a virtual instrument is used to collect data from a typical machine. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Identication

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The course is intended for use in conjunction with the manual supplied with the instrument. Tuition is divided into six sections: 1. Introduction to shaft alignment. 2. Introduction to the TKSA20 3. Preparation for shaft alignment 4. Alignment procedure overview 5. Real-world case study 6. Alignment report Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category 6 month subscription $100 AUD + GST Online Work Execution

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Online Courses - Enrolment form


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Interactive Computer Based Courses


These SKF Self-Learning Tools (SLT) are a onestop interactive solution for students at various levels including the students of mechanical and other engineering streams. They eliminate the need to take time off from work and to travel long distances to acquire knowledge, thereby reducing the costs considerably. They offer impartial assessment, and help you to update your competencies to acquire new skills at your will, 24/7. These tools are periodically updated to reect the current technology trends and practices. They are also a solution to nding the right trainers and delivering consistently in quality and cost.
Contact raining KF RS T S Vibration Analysis Level 2 ator at Co-ordin f.com Vibration Analysis and ting@sk o s.marke r y of dem Problem Diagnostics free cop F K for your CD on S The universal fact is that preview rning industrial equipment are Self-Lea Tools. subjected to rigorous operating conditions. Therefore, the possibilities of a break down from various inaccuracies and problems are quite signicant. Hence, a predictive maintenance based machinery problem diagnostics is a must in ensuring a trouble-free operation. Though there are many methods of machinery fault diagnostics (condition monitoring for example), one of the most effective methods is Vibration Analysis.

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Vibration Analysis Level 1 Basics of Vibration and Preliminary Analysis Course Overview This SLT explains with clarity and simplicity, the theory and precise simulations of the basics of vibration, vibration measuring instruments, the ISO standards followed by the industry, and the methods of doing a simple vibration analysis. List of Topics What is Vibration Characteristics of Vibration What is Condition Monitoring Machine Health Assessment as per ISO standards Basic Diagnostics Analysis Procedures High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of All the fundamentals The basic knowledge required for understanding Vibration Analysis It is paramount to understand Level-1 before attempting Level-2, Vibration Analysis and Problem Diagnostics. Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

Course Overview This SLT demonstrates vibration analysis and problem diagnostics of all the major machinery problems through spectrum and phase characteristics, which are common for all industrial equipments. List of Topics Unbalance Misalignment Mechanical Looseness Bent Shaft Eccentricity Coupling Inaccuracies Bearing Defects Gear Related Problems Defective Belt Driven System Inadequate Rigidity Rubbing Distortion Piping Forces High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of common machinery problems Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT3
Vibration Analysis of Industrial Fans Course Overview This SLT discusses in detail, vibration analysis of industrial fans. List of Topics Classication of Fans Types Various Parts  Vibration Analysis of Industrial Fans High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of major problems that can occur in process fans using Vibration Diagnostics Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,795 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

Module: SLT5
Dynamic Balancing Unbalance has been identied as one of the most common causes of machinery vibration. This is present to some degree on all the rotating machines. To achieve dynamic balancing a lot of theoretical as well as practical knowledge is required. Correcting unbalance and effectively applying suitable techniques requires additional knowledge and understanding. Course Overview This SLT discusses the types of unbalance and methods of balancing in detail. List of Topics What is Unbalance Types of Unbalance Identication of Unbalance In-situ Dynamic Balancing Types of Balancing  Balancing Procedure for Single Plane Balancing High Points

Module: SLT4

Vibration Diagnostics of Cement Plant Machinery Add-Ons In the cement industry, a high level of diagnostic Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and accuracy is expected from vibration analysis Stimulating Exercises because of the non-availability of stand-by equipments. There is also the need for continuous Course Information and trouble-free operation of all critical equipment. Duration N/A Course Overview Course Fee $1,345 AUD + GST This SLT discusses Vibration Analysis of Cement Course Type Onsite Plant equipment in detail. Category Work Execution List of Topics  Cement Plant - Division and Sections Wise Equipment Details  Vibration Analysis and Problem Diagnostics of Cement Plant Machines High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of problem diagnostic procedures with spectrum and phase characteristics using vibration analysis Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,795 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

This SLT gives an in-depth overview of unbalance and in-situ dynamic balancing

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Module: SLT6
Basics of Rolling Element Bearings Course Overview This SLT gives an insight into the basics of Rolling Element Bearings and will primarily focus on types of bearings. This knowledge will be a springboard for the user and will help you in understanding the SLT that covers Vibration Analysis of Bearings, Mounting and Dismounting better. It also consists of exercises that will gauge your understanding of the basics of rolling element bearings. List of Topics  Bearing Terminology, Bearing General Data, Bearing Types, Selection of Bearing Type, Selection of Bearing Size, Application of Bearings Lubrication Mounting and Dismounting High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of: Bearing Design Bearing Selection Application and Lubrication Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises *The Bearing Technology package comprises 5 SLTs, namely, Bearing Basics, Mounting, Dismounting, Vibration of Rolling Element Bearings and Plain Bearings. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Execution

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Module: SLT7
Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings Its staggering to know that around 16% of all premature bearing failures are caused by poor tting. The common causes are using too much force or simply being unaware of the presence of the correct mounting tools and methods. The methods generally used for the correct and efcient mounting are Mechanical, Heat or Hydraulic application methods. Course Overview This SLT gives information about professional tting with the usage of specialised tools and techniques, which in turn will help in achieving maximum machine uptime. List of Topics  Preparation for Mounting Cold Mounting Hot Mounting SKF Drive-up Method and Mounting Tools High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of: Methods of mounting using the correct tools Ways to increase the life of the bearing with minimal wear and tear Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Execution

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Module: SLT8
Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis When shafts and bearings are damaged during the dismounting of bearings, there is always a cost associated with it, in terms of both time and material. In addition, the use of the wrong tools and techniques for dismounting can be hazardous to the operator. Course Overview This SLT basically gives information about how dismounting of bearings can cause damage to both the bearings and associated components. This demonstrates how to avoid using incorrect tools and techniques. List of Topics  Basic Principles  Cold Dismounting Hot Dismounting Dismounting Tools Bearing Damages and Failures High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of: Methods of dismounting bearings using the correct tools  Ways to increase the life of the bearing with minimal wear and tear Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Execution

Module: SLT9
Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings Condition monitoring of Rolling Element Bearings using Vibration Analysis can prevent a majority of problems and failures. Course Overview This SLT is designed to teach you more about the Basics of Rolling Element Bearings. It covers vibration theory and bearing vibration in detail. List of Topics Basics of Vibration Bearing Vibration, Variable Compliance Vibration Geometrical, perfections and SEE (Spectral Emitted Energy) Random Ultrasonic frequencies, Natural Frequencies of Bearing Components Spike Energy Measurements, Rotational Defect frequencies Bearing damages and failure High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of:  Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings to diagnose problems in bearings during operation Methods of reducing the stoppage of machinery Methods of increasing the life of machine/ bearing Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT10
Vibration Analysis of Plain Bearings Plain Bearings are the predominant choice for bearings used to position the rotors of high power turbo machinery, ship propulsion machinery and other equipment where reliability as well as life is very important. Course Overview This SLT includes vibration analysis and diagnostic studies with common vibration problems that can occur in plain bearings. A case study on a turbine generator set is discussed in this SLT. It also gives information about the selection, operation and performance characteristics of Plain Bearings. List of Topics  Journal Bearings (Hydrodynamic Bearing Pressure, Eccentricity, Rotor Instability), and Classications of Journal Bearings Vibration In Bearings Common Bearing Problems High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of: Vibration Analysis of Plain Bearings to diagnose problems in bearings during operation  Methods of reducing the stoppage of machinery  Methods of increasing the life of machine/ bearing Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT11
Vibration Analysis of Electrical Machines Vibration Analysis is one of the best methods to diagnose all types of defects and inaccuracies in electrical machines. Electrical machines will be subjected to all inaccuracies like any mechanical equipment. In addition, these machines shall be subjected to all types of electrical inaccuracies as well. Therefore, Vibration Analysis of Electrical Machines are more complex than mechanical equipment. The method of using Vibration Analysis to identify mechanical defects is separately covered in our earlier SLTs and the same methodology shall be equally applicable on electrical machines such as motors, generators etc. Course Overview This SLT covers the Vibration Analysis and Diagnostic Studies of Electrical Machines such as motors, generators etc. List of Topics  General Construction of Electrical Machines Vibration Analysis of Electrical Machines  Line Frequency Vibration and Slot Frequency Vibration Stator and Rotor Defects Non-Uniform Air Gap and Motor Magnetic Field High Points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of methods of using Vibration Analysis of electrical machines to diagnose problems causing various Stator and Rotor Defects, Non Uniform Air Gap etc. Add-Ons Practical Tips, Exhaustive Case Studies and Stimulating Exercises Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,795 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT12
Operation and Maintenance of Pumps Pumps are one of the most important machines in any industry. They are used to move uids in an efcient way from the source to any required destination. Understanding the operation and maintenance of pumps is very important. Course Overview In this SLT we cover in detail the various types, characteristics, operation and maintenance aspects like Preventive, Predictive and regular maintenance. List of Topics Operation of various types of pumps Operating characteristics of pumps Efcient operation and maintenance procedures of pumps Diagnose the problem through vibration analysis High points Maintenance scheduling and trouble shooting are the high points of this SLT. Add-ons Practical tips, Case Studies and Exercises are the highlights of this SLT. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,795 AUD + GST Onsite Work Execution Maintenance Strategy

Module: SLT13
Operation and Trouble shooting of Material Handling Systems Material Handing Systems is very important to any industry. Understanding the equipment and its maintenance is the responsibility of every maintenance engineer. Course Overview This SLT will give you an insight into Material Handling equipment, operation and trouble shooting of Belt Conveyors, Bucket Elevators, Deep Bucket Elevators, Drag Chain Conveyors and Screw Conveyors. List of Topics Types, specications, advantages, functions, components, trouble shooting, causes and defects of material handling systems like: Belt Conveyors Bucket Elevators Deep Bucket Elevators Drag Conveyors Screw Conveyors High points Components of Material Handing System with Operation and trouble shooting are the high points of this SLT. Add-ons Practical tips and Exercises are the highlights of this SLT. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,795 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication Work Execution

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Module: SLT14
Analysis of Resonance Related Problems Down time of equipments due to resonance in a plant is very common phenomena. Solving the same after understanding the same is very important. Course Overview The vibration can be greatly amplied if a forcing function, such as unbalance, misalignment or a blade pass frequency happens to be within the range of a natural frequency. When such forcing frequencies coincide with or nearer to a natural frequency this phenomenon is known as Resonance. List of Topics Vibratory Motions Critical Speed Problems Resonance Related Problems Bode Plot Natural Frequency Testing Mode Shapes Polar Plots Correction methods High points Practical case studies for solving resonance are the high point of this SLT. Add-ons Practical tips and Exercises are the highlights of this SLT. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT15
Dynamic Analysis for Equipment and Structural Analysis High vibrations in plant equipment due to resonance are solved by using dynamic analysis. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is the scientic method used for such analysis. FEA is used for many other solutions including the design optimisation. Course Overview Understanding the Dynamic Analysis using various methods of FEA and modelling are very important to solve equipment problems. List of Topics Basics of Dynamic Analysis Types of Analysis Planning a Dynamic Analysis Steps Involved in Dynamic Analysis Industrial Systems Case Studies Practical Tips Exercise High points Step by step procedure to dynamic analysis is the high point of this SLT. Add-ons Practical tips, Dos and Donts and Exercises are the highlights of this SLT. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,795 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT16
Alignment Theory and Practice Misalignment is responsible for up to 50% of breakdowns in rotating machinery. Those breakdowns cause increased machine downtime that translates directly into higher costs. Implementing the latest alignment methods like laser alignment discussed in this SLT can improve the reliability of the equipments. Course Overview In this SLT, we have covered the various types of misalignments, causes and harmful effects of misalignment and diagnostics of misalignment. We have also covered in detail about alignment methods like dial indicator method and laser alignment. List of Topics Types of misalignment Causes and harmful effects of misalignment Pre-alignment check and diagnostics of misalignment Alignment methods and procedures High points This SLT gives a never before in-depth overview of diagnostics of misalignment using dial indicator and laser alignment methods. Add-ons Practical tips and Exercises are the highlights of this SLT. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

Module: SLT17
Diagnostics of Sugar Plant Machinery In the sugar industry, a high level of diagnostic accuracy is expected from vibration analysis because of the non-availability of standby equipments. There is also the need for continuous and trouble-free operation of all the critical equipments. Course Overview In this SLT, we are covering the major machinery problems common for all Sugar Plant equipment and also the spectrum and phase characteristics of each problem and how to detect them using vibration analysis. List of Topics Sugar Plant - main process and equipment details Vibration characteristics Vibration analysis and problem diagnostics of sugar plant machineries High points This SLT gives an in-depth overview of problem diagnostic procedures with spectrum and phase characteristics using vibration analysis. Add-ons Practical tips, case studies and exercises are the highlights of this SLT. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT18
Diagnostics of Thermal Power Plant Machinery In a thermal power plant, the chemical energy stored in fossil fuels such as coal, fuel oil, natural gas is converted successively into thermal energy, mechanical energy and nally electrical energy for continuous use and distribution across a wide geographic area. Thermal Power plants should have very high availability and to achieve this a proper maintenance plan should be followed. Course Overview In this SLT, we are covering the brief introduction about operations, equipment, sections and diagnostics of thermal power plant. It also deals in detail about the vibration analysis of critical equipment in thermal power plant. List of Topics Main section and equipment Vibration characteristics and fault diagnostics Vibration analysis of critical equipment Vibration diagnostics chart High points This SLT gives a never before in-depth overview of: Problem diagnostics procedures with spectrum and phase characteristics using vibration analysis. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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Module: SLT19
Diagnostics of Paper Plant Machinery Paper machines are high pieces of equipments sometimes much more than 100 metres in length equipped with a large number of rolls. Keeping track of vibration levels of the rolls and felts makes sure that problems are detected early and appropriate actions can be planned. Course Overview In this SLT, we are covering the major machinery problems common for all the paper plant equipments and also covering the spectrum and phase characteristics of each problem and how to detect them using vibration analysis. List of Topics Main section and equipment Lubrication Vibration characteristics and fault diagnostics Vibration analysis of critical equipment Bearing failure modes and online system High points This SLT gives a never before in-depth overview of: Problem diagnostics procedures with spectrum and phase characteristics using vibration analysis. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type Category N/A $1,345 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

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These courses are a great way to learn and refresh your skills & knowledge with basic maintenance best practices. The courses are custom made to your requirement and generally delivered at your facility.

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Short Courses
Tradesman, Fitter and Apprentice Course on Bearing Technology
Participants will learn to install and maintain rolling element bearings in rotating machinery. Course Outline Bearing Applications Principles of Mounting and Dismounting (Hands-on Workstations) Bearing Lubrication and Cleanliness Fits and Tolerances Bearing Storage and Handling Failure Analysis Who Should Attend Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical / Electrical Apprentices Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1 Day $5,750 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

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Introduction to Bearing Housings and Seals


Course Outline Bearing Housing Design Seal Types and Applications How a Bearing Housing can affect Bearing Life Identication Quality Standardisation and Rationalisation Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with selecting, requesting, identifying and issuing housings (i.e. Engineers, Draftsmen, Purchasing, Stores, Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical / Electrical Apprentices) This course covers the application and tting of Plummer Block housings. Typical applications for these housings include conveyors and fans. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

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Fitting Spherical Roller, SelfAligning Ball and CARB Bearings


Course Outline Shaft and bearing housing ts and tolerances Mounting Methods Clearance Reduction Mounting Methods - Axial Drive-up Dismounting Methods Hydraulic Nut Withdrawal Sleeve Dismounting Methods Oil Injection Bearing Failures Practical hands on tting Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with designing and tting the above bearings (i.e. Design Engineers, Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical Apprentices) This course covers the common bearings used in conveyors and fans. Typically these bearings rarely achieve their design life due to incorrect tting practices. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

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Bearing Handling and Storage


Course Outline Identify bearings from samples Bearing part numbers Bearing types Where to store bearings How to handle bearings Where to nd relevant information Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with selecting, requesting, identifying and issuing bearings (i.e. Purchasing, Stores, Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical / Electrical Apprentices) Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

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Bearings for Electric Motors
Course Outline Bearing Basics Electric Motor Bearings Motor Dismantling and Bearing Dismounting Shaft and Housing Fits Motor Assembly and Bearing Mounting Lubrication Post Motor Service Procedures Who Should Attend Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical / Electrical Apprentices This course covers tting techniques for Deep Groove Ball Bearings and Cylindrical Roller Bearings. These bearings are commonly used in electric motors. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

Bearing Lubrication
Course Outline Grease Lubrication Base Oil Viscosity Oils and Greases Temperature Range Grease Consistency, Thickeners and Compatibility Relubrication Quantity and Frequency Oil Lubrication Application and Methods Mineral Oils, EP Additives, Synthetic Oils LuBase Database Bearing Selection Load Carrying Ability Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with the reliable operation of equipment (i.e. Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Planners, Greasers, Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical Apprentices) Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

Bearing Failure Analysis


Course Outline Why Do Bearings Fail? Load Path Patterns in Bearings Bearing Failure Analysis Methodology ISO Bearing Damage Classications and Terminology Hands-on Analysis of Failed Bearings (samples) Who Should Attend Personnel involved with Reliability and Maintenance, Reliability Engineers, Condition Monitoring, Fitters and Apprentices. Key Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students will be able to: Recognise load patterns in bearings Perform bearing damage analysis Understand ISO terminology and classication of failure modes Understand terminology and visual appearance of damage modes Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1 Day $5,750 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

Practical Handling of High Precision Bearings


Course Outline General bearing knowledge-High Precision Bearings Bearing arrangement Journals and tolerances Bearing defects Process when bearing exchange in spindles Assembly preparation Bearing exchange in machine tool spindles Assembling and disassembling methods Lubrication of spindles Installation and handling M/T spindles Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1 Day $5,750 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Word Execution

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Introduction to Oil Seals
Course Outline Seal Design Seal types and applications Shaft tolerances and their effect on seal life Identication Materials Compound compatibility Recommended operating conditions How to select Product descriptions Standardisation and rationalisation Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with selecting, requesting, identifying and issuing seals (i.e. Engineers, Draftsmen, Purchasing, Stores, Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical / Electrical Apprentices) Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

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V Belts and Pulleys


Course Outline Identication and Types Handling and Storage Matched Sets Correct Fitting and Alignment Maintenance Drive design Upgrades for longer life Standardisation and Rationalisation Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with selecting, requesting, identifying and issuing V Belts and Pulleys (i.e. Design Engineering, Purchasing, Stores, Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical / Electrical Apprentices) Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

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Introduction to Epoxy and Sealant Applications


Course Outline Thread locking Retaining Thread sealing Instant Adhesives Epoxies Lubricants Belt Repair Cleaners Machining Compounds Special Products Flange Sealing and Gasketing Contact and Structural Adhesives Flex 80 Urethanes and Rust Prevention Precautions, Handling and Care Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with selecting, requesting and identifying bearings (i.e. Purchasing,Stores, Tradesmen, Fitters, Maintenance and Mechanical / Electrical Apprentices) Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1/2 Day $3,600 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Execution

Introduction to Condition Based Maintenance


Course Outline Failure Based Maintenance Planned Maintenance Condition Based Maintenance Vibration Monitoring Laser Alignment Lubrication Analysis Equipment / Tools Reducing Total Cost of Operation Who Should Attend Any personnel involved with structuring, planning and undertaking maintenance (i.e. Reliability Engineers, Draftsmen, Maintenance Planners and Tradesmen) Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1 Day $7,450 AUD + GST Onsite 15 Max Work Identication

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Introduction to Airborne Ultrasound
Course Outline Airborne Ultrasound is an excellent complimentary technology to Thermal Imaging, and can be a very effective non destructive testing (NDT) tool. Course Content Effectiveness of Airborne Ultrasound Different Applications Fundamentals in Sound Theory Equipment operation and use Software and Analysis Who Should Attend P/PM, condition assessment, condition monitoring, electrical engineers / supervisors, mechanical maintenance, operational reliability, quality assurance, forensic investigations, and building sciences. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1 Day $8,750 AUD + GST Onsite 12 Max Work Identication

Introduction to Asset Management


Course Objectives The course will impart a good level of appreciation and understanding of the varied domains that are the building blocks of asset management. Participants will be taken through the various concepts and structures with real life / hypothetical scenarios. Participants will gain an understanding of: The varied domains in the asset management spectrum Inter-dependencies between the domains and how performance (or lack of) in one domain impacts the other. The course will foster team work, enhance support for asset improvement initiatives and facilitate change management. Course Outline Business needs OEE availability, efciency throughput Asset life cycle Asset redundancy, capacity Maintenance strategy Cost effective options Asset information CMMS Work order system Planning / scheduling system Spares / MRO procurement Targeted training Management of Change MOC Resourcing skills, capabilities Who Should Attend The course is targeted at the Maintenance and Engineering team onsite including Trades, Supervisors, Planners, Engineers and Managers. Course Information Duration Course Fee Course Type No. of Attendees Category 1 Day $8,750 AUD + GST Onsite 12 Max Maintenance Strategy

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Courses in this section are offered to better understand the behaviour of rolling element bearing service life and how to avoid common pitfalls within rotating machinery applications specic to your industry.

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Improving Bearing Reliability in Mining and Mineral Processing


Course Overview
The course provides comprehensive information on the behaviour of bearings within the Mining and Mineral Processing industry. Understanding and applying the proper techniques of bearing and seal selection, installation, lubrication and maintenance and, understanding issues relevant to bearing system performance.

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Course Objectives
Avoid common pitfalls leading to reduced rolling bearing service life in mining xed plant applications.

Service and Maintenance Issues Preventive and predictive maintenance fundamentals Introduction to bearing failures and their causes Identify and interpret actual bearing failures Condition Monitoring Techniques Understand condition monitoring principles Review of condition monitoring technologies Basics of vibration Reliability issues and failure modes Applications / Machines Crushers Grinding mills Gearboxes Electric motors Vibrating screens Conveyors Slurry pumps Fans

Industry Specific

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of this course, students will be able to: Understand the fundamentals of rolling bearing operation and what inuences reliability Learn to recognise the common failure modes and causes Understand appropriate tting and maintenance techniques

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Course Content
Basics of Bearings and Their Applications Spherical roller and plain bearings Tapered roller bearings Cylindrical roller bearings Clearance and preload settings Plummer block assemblies Unit roller assemblies Principles of mounting and dismounting bearings Sealing Requirements Oil seals V-rings Large diameter seals Split seals Expeller seals Customised seals Plummer block seals Function and selection Fundamentals of Lubrication Selection criteria and common mistakes Lubrication issues, contaminants, chemical resistance, cooling water Lube/ oil analysis Grease application Automatic lubricators Centralised lubrication systems

Level 2

Who Should Attend


Maintenance tters; lubrication technicians; reliability technicians.

Level 3

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8 Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9 Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

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Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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Improving Bearing Reliability in Food and Beverage


Course Overview
Maintaining proper hygiene is key to product safety compliance. Given the typical operating environment for the Food and Beverage industry, this can be very challenging. High-pressure washdowns can wash away bearing lubrication for rotating equipment, which often leads to corrosion that severely limits bearing life, increases maintenance costs and creates akingrelated hygiene problems. This course discusses the range of technologies to help prevent these and other issues common to aggressive environments.

Course Objectives
To teach students how to improve the service life of rolling element bearings in the Food and Beverage industry, which improves the reliability of rotating equipment.

Bearing Failure Causes and Analysis Bearing fractures, corrosion and grease emulsication caused by freezing and cooling processes Air expansion inside bearings in sub-zero conditions Water ingress and detergent creep in deep groove ball bearings How high loads and high shocks in palletising areas can lead to component failures How high humidity levels affect rotating equipment Identify and interpret actual bearing failures from paper machines

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of this course, students will understand proper handling and installation techniques, methods, and practices to minimise the opportunity for premature bearing system failures.

Course Content
Bearing Basics and Their Application Rolling bearing fundamentals, technology, types and, nomenclature Heat resistance and thermal expansion in graphite bearings Solid oil bearing units and food grade grease CARB toroidal roller bearings to reduce temperature and vibration levels Self aligning bearing systems and balancing Importance of seals and sealed units in extreme temperature conditions Mounting and Dismounting Study the proper bearing mounting and dismounting procedures of CARB roller bearings, Y-bearings, solid oil bearing units, and deep groove ball bearings, as well as selfaligning ball bearings Participate in hands-on demonstrations using specialised tools to correctly mount and dismount bearings Fundamentals of Lubrication Importance of selecting the proper lubricant and lubrication method for an application High temperatures and re-lubrication of bearings High pressure washdowns and lubrication loss Dry lubrication systems for bottle conveyors

Who Should Attend


Technicians, Engineers, Managers and Supervisors from various disciplines of Engineering, Condition Monitoring, Electrical, Mechanical, and Reliability.

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8 Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9 Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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Improving Bearing Reliability in Power Generation (Thermal)


Course Overview
This course provides information on the behaviour of bearings within the thermal power generation industry. Understanding and applying the proper techniques of bearing selection, installation, lubrication and maintenance of bearings and seals, and understanding issues relevant to bearing system performance.

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Course Objectives
Avoid common pitfalls leading to reduced rolling bearing service life within rotating machinery applications.

Service and Maintenance Issues Preventive and predictive maintenance fundamentals Introduction to bearing failures and their causes Identify and interpret actual bearing failures Condition Monitoring Techniques Understand condition monitoring principles Review of condition monitoring technologies Basics of vibration Reliability issues and failure modes Applications / Machines Conveyors, pumps, motors, gearboxes, turbines Belt feeders Crushers, agitators Fuel handling systems Fans Air compressors

Industry Specific

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of this course, students will be able to: Understand the fundamentals of rolling bearing operation and what inuences reliability Learn to recognise the common failure modes and causes. Understand appropriate tting and maintenance techniques

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Level 2

Who Should Attend


Maintenance Fitters, Lubrication Technicians and Reliability Technicians.

Level 3

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT18 Diagnostics of Thermal Power Plant Machinery SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8 Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9 Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Course Content:
Basics of Bearings and Their Applications Spherical roller and plain bearings Tapered roller bearings Cylindrical roller bearings Clearance and preload settings Plummer block assemblies Unit roller assemblies Principles of mounting and dismounting bearings Sealing Requirements Oil seals V-rings Large diameter seals Split seals Expeller seals Customised seals Plummer block seals Function and selection Fundamentals of Lubrication Selection criteria and common mistakes Lubrication issues, contaminants, chemical resistance, cooling water Lube/ oil analysis Grease application Automatic lubricators Centralised lubrication systems

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Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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Improving Bearing Reliability in Aggregate and Cement


Course Overview
Participants will learn about real solutions to real problems related to bearing reliability and maintenance in machinery used in the aggregate and cement industry.

Course Content
Bearing Reliability in Aggregate and Cement Machinery uses a combination of lecture, video, discussion and hands-on activities. Specic topics include: Aggregate and cement industry overview Mounted and unmounted rolling element bearings Bearings in aggregate and cement making machinery Crushers, conveyors, vibrating screens Kilns, coolers, roller presses Auxiliary equipment: pumps, gearboxes and motors Bearing installation and maintenance Mounting and dismounting of rolling element bearings Fault detection Bearing damage examples Hands on exercises Impact of safety in the industry

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* GRB002 Spherical Roller Bearings GRB005 Taper Roller Bearings Reading material* RB04001 Cement Industry RB04005 Bearing Arrangements for Cement Industry Fans RB04007 Drive Shafts for Grinding Mills RB04008 Hammer Mills and Impact Crushers
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT4 Vibration Diagnostics of Cement Plant Machinery SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8 Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9 Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Who Should Attend


Plant Engineers, Maintenance/Engineering Managers, Rotating Equipment Managers/ Engineers, Reliability Managers/Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors, Foremen/Team Leaders, General Maintenance and Mechanical Foremen, Lubrication Engineers/Technicians, Plant and Maintenance Planners, Mechanical Shop Managers, Foremen and Technicians, Mechanical Repair Services Providers, Maintenance Services Contractors/Technicians, Maintenance Operations Coordinators, Millwrights, Maintenance Administrators and Technical Maintenance Trainers.

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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Improving Bearing Reliability in Oil and Gas Industries


Course Overview
This course provides information on the behaviour of bearings within the Oil and Gas processing industry. Understanding and applying the proper techniques of bearing selection, installation, lubrication and maintenance of bearings and seals, and understanding issues relevant to bearing system performance.

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E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Objectives
Avoid common pitfalls leading to reduced rolling bearing service life within rotating machinery applications.

Service and Maintenance Issues Preventive and predictive maintenance fundamentals Introduction to bearing failures and their causes Identify and interpret actual bearing failures Condition Monitoring Techniques Understand condition monitoring principles Review of condition monitoring technologies Basics of vibration Reliability issues and failure modes Applications / Machines Gas Compressors (Centrifugal & Reciprocating) Air Compressors Process, Utilities and DE Fire Pumps Centrifuges Gearboxes Pedestal Cranes Electric motors Fans

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of this course, students will be able to: Understand the fundamentals of rolling bearing operation and what inuences reliability. Learn to recognise the common failure modes and causes. Practice appropriate tting and maintenance techniques.

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Course Content
Basics of Bearings and Their Applications Spherical roller and plain bearings Tapered roller bearings Cylindrical roller bearings Clearance and preload settings Plummer block assemblies Unit roller assemblies Principles of mounting and dismounting bearings Sealing Requirements Oil seals V-rings Large diameter seals Split seals Expeller seals Customised seals Plummer block seals Function and selection Fundamentals of Lubrication Selection criteria and common mistakes Lubrication issues, contaminants, chemical resistance, cooling water Lube/ oil analysis Grease application Automatic lubricators Centralised lubrication systems

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8 Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9 Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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WE220

Wind Turbine Shop Bearing Maintenance


Course Overview
Improve the reliability of wind turbines after repair or refurbishment. Emphasis is on safe removal, repair and installation of bearings and related components in wind turbines using precision maintenance techniques

Course Content
Improve the service life of machinery in wind turbines  Each part contains: - Key concepts for shop repair personnel - Hands-on practical work as needed Blade hub Bearing arrangements: Slewing rings Slewing ring installation Lubricating/re-lubricating bearings with grease Main shaft bearings Bearing arrangements Controlling expansion: locating/non-locating concept  Lubricating open bearings and housings with grease Hands-on: - Shaft and housing conformance measurement - Mounting and dismounting tapered bore bearings - Spherical and CARB feeler blade mounting - Accurate drive-up method Wind turbine gearboxes Bearing arrangements Static, splash, and circulating oil lubrication Selecting the proper and approved lubricant Gearbox run-in Contamination detection and control Wind turbine generators Bearing arrangements Long-life grease lubrication large generators Cylindrical shaft and housing ts S  afe dismounting and mounting, fretting control Problem Solving: - Controlling stray currents - Controlling fretting corrosion Yaw section Bearing arrangements Long-life grease lubrication Visual inspection

Who Should Attend


Wind power industry shop personnel, including: shop maintenance and repair mechanics, tters, installers, engineering support staff, condition monitoring staff, reliability engineering and wind farm management personnel. Also, those interested in improving the reliability of wind turbines with world class maintenance and repair practices.

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* GRB006 Deep Groove Ball Bearings Reading material* EVOL05_no1_p28 Wind Turbines Loom Large GS02004 Wind Turbine
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8  Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9  Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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WE221

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Wind Turbine Uptower Bearing Maintenance


Course Overview
Improve the service life of machinery in operational wind turbines. Achieve extended service life using best-in-class maintenance and repair practices of components common to all wind turbines. Emphasis is on safe, precision maintenance and re-lubrication of bearings and related components in operational wind turbines. Onsite repairs are also included

E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Content
Improve the service life of machinery in wind turbines  Each part contains: - Key concepts for uptower personnel - Hands-on practical work exercises Blade hub Bearing arrangements: Slewing rings Slewing ring installation Lubricating/re-lubricating bearings with grease Main shaft bearings Bearing arrangements Controlling expansion: locating/non-locating concept  Lubricating bearings and housings with grease P  rocedures for dismounting and mounting couplings Inspections for main shaft bearing problems Wind turbine gearboxes Bearing arrangements Static/splash and circulating oil lubrication Oil change-out procedures Contamination detection and control Wind turbine generators Bearing arrangements Long-life grease lubrication large generators Cylindrical shaft and housing ts Safe dismounting and mounting Controlling fretting corrosion Controlling stray currents Yaw section Bearing arrangements Long-life grease lubrication Visual inspection Retrotting Automatic lubrication systems

Who Should Attend


Wind power industry uptower maintenance personnel, including: eld service technicians, onsite wind farm management, tters, installers, engineering support staff, condition monitoring staff, and reliability engineering. Also, those interested in improving the reliability of in-service wind turbines with world class maintenance and repair practices

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* GRB001 Bearing Basics GRB002 Spherical Roller Bearing Reading material* EVOL05_no1_p28 Wind Turbines Loom Large GS02004 Wind Turbine
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8  Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9  Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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Application Specic Courses


Courses in this section focus on the most common types of rotating equipment, using a system approach to machinery life extension.

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WE202

Bearing in Rotating Machinery Applications


Course Overview
This course focuses on the four most common types of rotating equipment: motors, fans, pumps and gearboxes using a system approach to machinery life extension. Familiar machinery is used as a starting point to teach/learn world-class techniques for installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair that can be carried over to all types of rotating machines

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NEW

E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Content
Industrial motors Learn advanced concepts related to rolling bearings - Friction and sealed-for-life bearings Factors effecting the performance of rolling bearings - Component conformance measuring for: Shaft and housing ts Installation errors Maintenance practices Troubleshooting and preventing common motor problems: - Stray currents - Improper bearing installation - Lubrication: large and small motor lubrication discussion Motor condition monitoring: methods and practice Industrial fans Bearing mounting and dismounting procedures on tapered adapters and tapered shafts using the accurate drive-up method Locating and non-locating bearings: controlling heat expansion Lubrication of open bearings in pillow blocks and split housings Detecting and correcting unbalance Rebuilding fan applications for peak performance Industrial pumps Controlling thrust loads in applications ANSI vs. API pumps: design overview Fluid machinery: common problems and corrections - Cavitation, off-BEP operation, low bearing service life - Case studies of typical failures Industrial gearboxes Coupling machinery: alignment overview Selecting the proper lubricant: Oil lubricated machinery - The role of chemical additives in lubricants - Synthetic lubricants discussion

Gearbox monitoring and inspection - Detecting gear problems - Oil analysis - Low and high frequency vibration monitoring - Damage verication with the Borescope

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* GRB002 Spherical Roller Bearings GRB003 Angular Contact Ball Bearings Reading material* SKF_5230 Rolling Bearings in Electrical Motors and Generators SKF100955_1 Rolling Bearings in Centrifugal Pumps SKF_3213_E Bearings for Fans SKF4560_E_1 Rolling Bearings in Industrial Gearboxes
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Who Should Attend


Service, maintenance, machine repair, or plant/facility engineering staff of an industrial plant, OEM facility, public utility which uses rolling bearings and related equipment. Managers and technicians at industrial plants and OEM facilities responsible for rolling bearing performance and reliability. Rotating equipment engineers, reliability engineers, mechanics, and maintenance supervisors. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,475 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Execution N/A

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WI270

Improving Crusher Reliability


Course Overview
This course provides information and training that will enable maintenance personnel to increase plant productivity by improving the performance and reliability of rotating equipment. Students will understand best practices in crusher selection and maintenance and value of preventive maintenance by conducting careful maintenance practices and planning.

Course Content
Introduction to Crusher Selection This module covers the basic types of Crushers, Screens, Feeders and Conveyors that are commonly used in extractive industries. The Value of Preventative Maintenance The value of Preventative Maintenance cannot be overstated. The module will show how best to reduce the down time and improve protability through careful maintenance practices and planning. Maintaining Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Crushers The module will discuss all types of crushers and manufacturers. It will include best practice methods in the scheduled maintenance, preventative maintenance, corrective maintenance, trouble shooting and safe work practices. Maintaining Feeders, Screens and Conveyors The module will discuss all types of equipment. It will include best practice methods in the scheduled maintenance, preventative maintenance, corrective maintenance and trouble shooting guide that will suit your operations. Bearing Analysis and Lubrication The module will discuss the best practices in bearing analysis, trouble shooting and lubrications.

Industries that will benet


Mining Cement Mineral Processing Similar applications

Who Should Attend


Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/Fitter/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor/ Technician/Fitter/Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor.

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8  Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9  Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,475 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication, Work Execution N/A

Monitoring Crushers
Specialist techniques to monitor crushers for vibration and temperature, providing early warning for plant personnel to avoid unplanned downtime and unnecessary repairs. These easy to install, cost effective kits are a proven and reliable solution for increased uptime.

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WE211

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Improving Bearing Reliability in Pumps


Course Overview
The purpose of this course is to provide a detailed and in-depth look at bearings as used in pumps. It includes general centrifugal pump operation principles, application of ball and roller bearings, bearing life and bearing lubrication. The course seeks to improve process reliability, provide cost savings, safety and environmental protection.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Content
Pump classication and function Different styles of pumps are covered Basic concepts of pump function Theory and design of centrifugal pumping  Basic information on pump curves, head, specic speed and proper pump operation Bearing selection and internal dynamics  Bearing selection for radial and thrust positions  Behaviours of angular contact bearings under application conditions Selections of clearance or preload Appropriate contact angle and cage style  Fundamentals of lubrication of pump bearings Seal design and function  Seal design and application Seal selection and troubleshooting Maintenance and troubleshooting  Routine maintenance concerns plus bearing and seal installations Lubrication systems Troubleshooting hints and suggestions

Who Should Attend


Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/Fitter/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor/ Technician/Fitter/Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor.

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT12 Operation and Maintenance of Pumps SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8 D  ismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9  Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Industries That Will Benet


Mining Cement Steel Engineering Food and Beverage Timber Mineral Processing Pulp and Paper Chemical Pharmaceutical Printing Manufacturing Petrochemical Oil and Gas Power Generation Municipal Utilities Maintenance Contractors Consultancy Service Providers

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees per class.

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WE213

Improving Bearing Reliability in Fans


Course Overview
The course provides information for the improvement of the service life of rolling element bearings in industrial fans.

Course Content
Bearing basics  Learning the fundamentals of rolling bearing technology, care, types, nomenclature, bearing components, terminology, loads and lubrication for industrial fan applications  The factors affecting the performance of rolling bearings in industrial fans  Gaining a basic understanding of bearing failure modes in industrial fan applications Mounting and dismounting  Study the proper bearing mounting and dismounting procedures of spherical, cylindrical and CARBTM roller bearings as well as self-aligning ball bearings. A variety of mounted bearings are also covered  Participate in hands-on demonstrations using specialised tools to correctly mount and dismount ball bearings, roller bearings, mounted bearings and bearings with sleeves L  earn about specialised fan bearing arrangements such as two-bearing units, unitised bearings and special seals  Discuss the effects of shaft and belt alignment and imbalance on fan system life Fundamentals of lubrication  Learn how important it is to select the proper lubricant and lubrication program for fan applications  Learn to maximise bearing life through an improved understanding of proper lubricating principles and functions Bearing failure causes and analysis Identify and interpret fan bearing failures

Who Should Attend


Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/Fitter/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor/ Technician/Fitter/Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor.

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT3 Vibration Analysis of Industrial Fans SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8  Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9  Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees per class.

Industries that will benet


Mining Mineral Processing Pulp and Paper Chemical Pharmaceutical Oil and Gas Power Generation Maintenance Contractors Consultancy Service Providers Industries where fans are used

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WE214

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Improving Bearing Reliability in Paper Machines


Course Overview
To provide information to improve the service life of rolling element bearings in paper machines.

E-Learning

Course Content
Review of bearing basics Learn the specics of rolling bearing technology, care, nomenclature, bearing components, terminology, loads and lubrication in paper machines Review the specic types of bearings typically found in paper machine applications Gain a basic understanding of why and how bearings fail in paper machines The importance of proper storage, care and handling Shaft and journal preparation Learn how to measure cylindrical and tapered shafts and journals. Participate in hands-on activities using a sine bar gauge Study the methods to determine proper shaft and housing ts in a variety of paper applications and how this effects internal radial clearances Mounting and dismounting Study proper bearing mounting and dismounting procedures including, measuring the internal radial clearance of large bore spherical roller bearings and the axial drive up method Participate in hands-on demonstrations using specialised tools and techniques to correctly mount and dismount spherical roller bearings Special housings Study the different types of housings used in the felt and dryer sections and what requirements are needed for these applications Fundamentals of lubrication See how important it is to select the proper lubricant and lubrication method for an application Learn to maximise bearing life through an improved understanding of proper lubricating principles and functions Review circulating oil systems Bearing damage causes and analysis Identify and interpret actual bearing failures from paper machines

Who Should Attend


Service, maintenance, machine repair, roll shop or plant/facility engineering staff of a paper machine. Managers and technicians of paper machines and OEM facilities responsible for rolling bearing performance and reliability. Rotating equipment engineers, reliability engineers, mechanics, and maintenance supervisors.

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* GRB002 Spherical Roller Bearings GRB004 CARB Toroidal Roller Bearings Reading material* SKF_4690_E Rolling bearing in paper machines GS04004 Lubrication practices in paper mills
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Level 1

Level 2

Optional Study
In addition to in-person training, students can also update their skills by participating in the following Interactive Computer based courses. SLT19 Diagnostics of Paper Plant Machinery SLT 6 Basics of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 7 Mounting of Rolling Element Bearings SLT 8  Dismounting of Rolling Element Bearings and Failure Analysis SLT 9  Vibration Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees per class.

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WE215

Electric Motor Maintenance


Course Overview
Electric motors are among the highest in reliability incident reports. For many companies, this leads to a continual cycle of costly repairs and unplanned downtime factors that can hurt the bottom line. Since 40% to 70% of motor failures are related to bearings, its no surprise that high-quality bearings are key for reliable motors. The right bearings alone wont deliver the results you need. How parts are installed, lubricated, handled, stored, aligned, and maintained is equally important This training course will train students to disassemble, inspect, maintain, and troubleshoot AC Induction motors including a practical motor overhaul.

Key Learning Outcomes


1. An effective implementation of electrical motor maintenance will translate into savings from production availability, reduced equipment repair costs and improved energy costs. 2. Students will have an appreciation and understanding to perform optimal diagnoses and repairs. 3. Students will learn the techniques and obtain valuable information to detect motor problems prior to failure, avoiding costly downtime.

Bearing arrangements Bearing basics: electric motor bearings Locating / non-locating bearing arrangements Thermal growth Horizontal arrangement medium size motors - small motors Bearing arrangements: belt drive motors Vertical electric motors Variable speed motors Motor teardown and bearing dismounting Identifying bearings for replacement Bearing dismounting methods - Hydraulic puller - Arbor press Post dismounting procedures Shaft and housing ts Checking t integrity Mounting preparations Bearing seat run-out and form tolerance Radial and axial clearance Motor assembly and bearing mounting Cold mounting Induction heating Lubrication Bearing life Grease selection and procedures Contamination Typical lubrication mistakes Grease ducts and ttings

Course Content
Motor Maintenance Motor parts overview Repair overview Electrical testing Predictive maintenance motor diagnostics Electrical motor tests - Winding Resistance - Meg-ohm Test - Polarisation Index (PI) - Hipot Test - Surge Test Turn to turn failure

CONtINUes NeXt pAGe

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Electric Motor Maintenance (cont.)


Final tests and delivery procedures Post motor service: testing Mechanical integrity - Foot atness - Vibration levels - Motor temperature - Rotor balancing - Shaft run out Circulating currents Preparing motor for transportation and storage Bearing failure analysis Why bearings fail Wear path patterns Examining failure samples Benets of failure analysis Practical motor overhaul Hands-on practical exercise

Energy & Sustainability

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,475 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Execution N/A

Application Specific

Level 1

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Level 2

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Mining Cement Steel Mineral Processing Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Petrochemical Power Generation Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Maintenance Contractors Timber Pump Manufacturers Chemical

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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WE216

Machine Tool Reliability


Course Overview
This course will train personnel in the area of precision bearings and spindle repair. It will provide knowledge on how to improve the service life and the reliability of precision bearings and spindles and increase productivity.

NEW

The Machine Tool Reliability course uses a combination of hands-on training, audio visual, lecturers and discussion opportunities.

Course Content
Precision Bearing basics Function of precision bearings Fundamentals of precision bearing technology, types, nomenclature, terminology, components and materials used, and application Proper care, handling, and storage Ceramic bearings Spindles Spindle types: block, cartridge, belt driven, gear driven, direct drive and motorised Design criteria -Accuracy -Stiffness -Speed -Preload Dimensional criteria -Cleanliness -Disassembly -Shaft and housing ts -Mounting and locating -Balancing and shaft alignment -Set preload on NN cylindrical bearings -Sealing methods Lubrication Grease, type and quantity Air-oil, type and quantity Run-in procedures Failure analysis Identify and interpret actual samples of bearing failures Contamination Imbalance Misalignment Dimensional and handling errors Condition monitoring Methods and practices

Who Should Attend


Machine tool repair personnel, machine tool builders, maintenance supervisors, maintenance personnel, spindle room personnel, plant engineers, and reliability engineers.

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* GRB001 Bearing Basics GRB003 Angular Contact Ball Bearings Reading material* EVOL04_no2_p29 Trends in Machine-Tool Spindle DesignHyPro_02 Machine Tool Contamination
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $10,400 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Course Fee for a maximum of 15 attendees.

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E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Level 1 Courses
Courses in this section are intended for personnel who have limited eld experience. These courses are taught using a blended learning approach with a combination of classroom training and practical workshops to improve overall learning effectiveness.

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MS230

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Maintenance Strategy Review (MSR) Awareness - Level 1


Course Overview
Before we explore the technical details of strategy, we must know about each organisation, what their issues are, why these issues matter, and how the issues can be incorporated into a plan. There must be a documented need to look at an existing maintenance strategy or create a new one for the right and unique business reasons. Maintenance Strategy is the key to asset reliability and availability, thus achieving overall organisational goals. How do you know if a review of your maintenance strategy is required and why?

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Objective
The course objectives are to ensure that each participant will: know if a review of strategy is required and why recognise the importance of data structure and content before any kind of strategy work is commenced understand the importance of identifying and categorising assets understand that there are different types of criticality at various levels of maintenance understand what will likely be involved in total to conduct the right analysis, but then what the implications are of making the strategy work recognise the commonalities and differences in possible strategies understand that the conduct of MSR has important implications to spares understand that certain classes of equipment require specialised approaches to strategy review (i.e., SCS > via SIL/IPF, etc.)

Chapter 11: Performance management and measurement Chapter 12: How MSR forms the basis of Predictive and Proactive Reliability Maintenance programs

Application Specific

Who Should Attend


Maintenance, Plant/Facility Engineering staff, rotating equipment Engineers and Maintenance Supervisors Managers at industrial plants, reliability engineers and those interested in rotating equipment performance

Level 1

Level 2

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* MS100 Asset Efciency Optimisation (AEO) Basics MS130 Maintenance Strategy Review Reading material* MB03006 Maintenance Strategy Review Methods MB03032 Managing Asset Integrity
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Content
The purpose of this course is to make users aware of MSR and how they can apply it within their work. These are the topics: Chapter 1: Conceptual models and business context Chapter 2: Obtain a common understanding of terminology Chapter 3: Standards, models, and excellence Chapter 4: Understanding the current situation Chapter 5: The essential link - failure and strategy Chapter 6: What is strategy? Chapter 7: Mutual understanding and readiness Chapter 8: Can we conduct MSR? Chapter 9: A blend of MSR types Chapter 10: How to implement well

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 3 days $2,145 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Maintenance Strategy N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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MS212

Proactive Reliability Maintenance for Managers and Supervisors - Level 1


Course Overview
Improving the reliability of plant machinery is the key to gaining or maintaining a competitive advantage. However, many companies continue to struggle with poor reliability in spite of repeated improvement efforts. The basis for success is changing the fundamental way maintenance is performed. Few maintenance programs have addressed this important topic.

NEW

This course provides a detailed look at reliability and inuencing factors and presents a practical approach to improving machinery reliability in any industry.

Course Objective
Repeated premature failures can be detected with condition monitoring and a proactive and precision approach as per this course will assist in identifying and correcting root cause of the these failures.

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* MS100 AEO Basics MS101 Assessment Basics Reading material* IndPress05_ch4 Managing Factory Maintenance MB02007 Benchmarking for Best Practice
* E-learning material at aptitudexchange.com

Course Content
This course includes the following topics with an emphasis on solution over theory: Denitions of reliability based on industry and application Failure sources Beyond root cause root prevention Reliability within the traditional maintenance models Overview of condition-based maintenance and common pitfalls Implementation of reliability key steps towards positive change Conducting a maintenance practices assessment Monitoring performance and improvement key performance indicators Overview of common machinery problems, their correction, and their prevention Precision and proactive mechanical maintenance techniques

Optional Study
Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication*

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $2,145 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Maintenance Strategy N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Who Should Attend


Corporate and plant management and supervision personnel responsible for plant production and maintenance performance. Plant engineering, planning and scheduling, purchasing, and reliability personnel will also benet from this comprehensive program.

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Acoustic and Vibration Troubleshooting - Level 1


Course Overview
This course teaches the basics of acoustic and vibration. It assumes no previous knowledge and starts from the ground up. It will also provide an introduction to the FFT analyser as a diagnostic tool. This course will explain the How? and Why? of signal analysers, and give practical examples and case histories of how they can be used to solve problems.

Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of this course, students will understand: How to take a basic vibration or acoustic measurement Understand why problems might be occurring on their product Understand how an instrument can be used to analyse an acoustic of vibration problem in more detail and offer practical solutions

Spectral Analysis and Phase Analysis FFT based signal analysis for engineers (the what, why and how of the FFT) Care and attention check list for setting up instrumentation and sensors FFT samples and lines of resolution Windows explained hanning, at top, uniform, force / exponential Averaging types linear, exponential, peak hold and time Cursors normal, delta power and harmonic Phase measurement for diagnostics Vibration Signal Processing Methods Synchronous Time Averaging (STA) Enveloping for rolling elements and gears Spectral Emitted Energy (SEE) Harmonic Analysis (HAL) High Frequency Detection Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication* 8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $975 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Course Content
Vibration Basics What is vibration Vibration characteristics When to use displacement velocity of acceleration Types of vibration transducers how to select the appropriate transducer Transducer location and mounting methods What is vibration spectrum Understanding phase and its application Resonance / mode shapes / operating deection shapes Alarm Methods and Setting Alarm Limits Setting limits in accordance with standards like ISO, API, BS and IEE Assessing overall vibration severity Phase alarms Basics of Sound What is sound pressure and the decibel Sound pressure vs. sound power The difference between acoustic and sound What are A and C weighting Sound propagation The practical sound eld and its effect on sound quality Addition and subtraction of sounds coping with background acoustic Frequency of sound and its effect on sound quality The practicalities of taking a basic acoustic measurement

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fee. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WI202

Vibration Analysis - Level 1


Course Overview
The Vibration Analysis Level 1 course is intended for personnel who have limited experience in vibration monitoring and analysis. This Course introduces the concepts of Condition-based maintenance, with an emphasis on the use of machinery vibration as a tool to determine machine health and identify root cause problems.

Also Available:
Vibration Analysis Level 2 (pg. 97) Vibration Analysis Level 3 (pg. 107) SmartStart Microlog Product Training (pg. 128)

Course Objectives
 Operate portable instrumentation on pre-assigned or pre-programmed routes Acquire readings from permanently installed instrumentation Input results into a database and download sampling routes from a computer Conduct testing under steady-state operating conditions following predened procedures Compare overall or single value vibration measurements against pre-established alert settings Verify integrity of collected data; prevent or control poor data Evaluate and report test results in accordance with instructions; highlight areas for further investigation

How to identify good versus bad data How to detect common machine problems

Who Should Attend


Plant personnel requiring an introduction to vibration analysis techniques and technologies used in a condition predictive maintenance program, including maintenance supervisors, rotating machinery engineers, predictive maintenance technicians and coordinators, reliability engineers, and multi-skilled mechanics.

Get Certied!
SKF is an Authorised Training Body by CMSkills. Our training course follows the ISO 18436.2 Category 1 Standard. CMSkills ISO Cat 1 Vibration Analysis Certication Exam available at the end of the course.* Certication also requires practical experience.
* Please conrm with SKF prior to the course

Course Content
Introduction to Predictive Maintenance and Machine Vibration Denitions of PdM and condition monitoring How PdM compares with other maintenance systems Goals of a PdM Program Critical role of Vibration Analysis in Pdm Machine vibration basic theory and analysis: Characteristics of vibration (frequency and period) Amplitude magnitude of vibratory motion RMS peak and peak-to-peak conversations Frequency how often the vibration occurs Phase how one machine component or support frame vibrates relative to another Basics of a time waveform versus a spectrum Preparation for data collection: Types of vibration transducers Choosing the optimum transducer location Effects of transducer mounting on its performance, accuracy and repeatability Choosing the optimum FFT data collector Introduction to data collection systems: Setting up a PdM database (plants, trains, machines and points) Choosing the proper parameter (vibration, acceleration, velocity and/or displacement) Selecting the proper parameters Setting up the optimum PdM routes and schedules Printing out the proper reports after uploading Introduction to problem recognition: How to recognise abnormal conditions How to identify hardware versus software faults

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* WI100 Vibration Basics Reading Material JM02001 Introduction Guide to Vibration Monitoring JM02007 Vibration Principles JM02002 Spectrum Analysis
* E-Learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Optional Study
SLT1 Basics of Vibration and Preliminary Analysis
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication* 8.30am 4.30pm 3.5 days + half day exam $1,995 AUD + GST $300 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication Vibration Analyst 1
Includes Pre-Study material

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Infrared Thermography Workshop - Level 1


Course Overview
Many people buy an infrared camera with little more than a sales demonstration, and with the false assumption that a camera is simply point and shoot. With limited knowledge of the camera operation, and even less understanding of the cameras actual measure capability it is a daunting task to be sent out in the eld to collect meaningful data and present this information to clients or superiors.

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E-Learning

Short Courses

Key Learning Outcomes


Upon completion, students will understand how to use an infrared camera within the scope of its capabilities, understanding its limitations, and applying basic theory in a practical manner to avoid common errors.

Who Should Attend


The Infrared Thermography Workshop is a rst step for people just starting out in this eld. It is aimed at inexperienced or rst time users who want to gain practical experience and insight into the operation of infrared cameras and to start them on the right path for practical use of their instrument in the eld. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication*

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Course Content
Why we use infrared common applications Understanding the nature of infrared radiation How an infrared camera works How to operate an infrared camera focus, range and palette selection, sensitivity optimisation Understanding the capabilities and limitations of an infrared camera Basic introduction to infrared theory and how it relates to practical use Awareness of errors such as emissivity, reectance, emittance, distance, and target size Advanced Camera operation Hands on tutorial

Level 1

8.30am 4.30pm 1 day $975 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Level 2

Level 3

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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WI230

Infrared Thermography - Level 1


Course Overview
This course covers infrared theory, heat transfer concepts, equipment operation and selection, standards compliance, image analysis and report generation. Specic applications include electrical distribution systems, mechanical systems, steam systems, refractory systems, underground piping, active thermography, building envelopes and at roofs.

Also Available:
IR Thermography Analysis Level 2 (pg. 99)

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of the course students will be able to identify and document thermal patterns caused by improper design, workmanship for failure. Students will also sit the Infraspection Institute Certied Level 1 Infrared Thermographer exam.

Conrming exceptions Data recording Standards for inspections Infrared Roof Inspections Theory and component construction Insulation and material characteristics Inspection techniques ground based / aerial Weather variables and inuences Required site conditions Safety practices Thermal signature of latest moisture Verication of data Data recording Alternate methods of moisture detection Standards for inspections Infrared Building Inspections Theory and component construction Insulation and material characteristics Inspection techniques interior / exterior Weather variables and inuences Required site conditions creating sufcient Delta T Thermal signatures - missing and damages insulation - air leakage - latent moisture - pest damage Mould detection Other tools Verication of data Data recording Standards for inspections

Course Content
Basic Infrared Theory Heat transfer Electromagnetic spectrum Emittance, reectance, and transmittance Atmospheric transmission IR wavebands and lens materials Infrared Equipment Selection criteria Range and level settings Class demonstrations Hands-on use in class Infrared Electrical System Inspections Theory and thermal signatures of problems Seven types of detectable defects Conducting an inspection Safety practices Conrming exceptions Data recording Standards for inspections Infrared Mechanical System Inspections Theory and thermal signatures of problems Rotating equipment Power transmission components High temperature insulation Steam systems, process equipment, heat exchangers, storage vessels Active thermographic inspection techniques Safety practices

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Infrared Thermography - Level 1 (cont.)


Course Content (cont.)
Implementing an IR Predictive Maintenance Program Nine steps to setting up a program Integrating with other predictive technologies Cross-verifying with other predictive technologies Why programs fail, how they succeed Generating standards compliant reports

Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Who Should Attend


Infrared Thermography Level 1, is a ve-day course for the application of qualitative thermal imaging for P/PM, condition assessment, condition monitoring and electrical engineers / supervisors, mechanical maintenance, operational reliability, quality assurance, forensic investigations and building sciences. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee* Course Type Category Certication* 8.30am 4.30pm 5 days (including exam) $2,695 AUD + GST Included Onsite & Public Work Identication Infraspection Institute Level 1 Certied Infrared Thermographer

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. * This course and examination can qualify you for the Level 1 certication in accordance with ASNT SNT-TC-1A.

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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WI240

Machinery Lubrication and Oil Analysis - Level 1


Course Overview
This course establishes the role of precision lubrication and oil analysis for improving machine reliability. The course will provide an overview of lubricant construction and the general principles involved in lubricant selection for common plant machinery. It will introduce appropriate methods to collect samples as the rst step in lubricant based machine condition assessment.

Course Objectives
Acquire the knowledge necessary to understand the important lubricant properties and how to select the correct lubricant for each machine application. Learn how to read and understand oil analysis reports, set optimum oil analysis limits, reduce oil consumption and achieve maximum life out of lubricants.

Lubricant Selection Viscosity selection Base-oil type selection Additive system selection Machine specic lubricant requirements - Hydraulic systems - Rolling element bearings - Journal bearings - Reciprocating engines - Gearing and gearboxes Application and environment related adjustments Lubricant Application Basic calculations for determining required lubricant volume Basic calculations to determine re-lube and change frequencies When to select oil; when to select grease Effective use of manual delivery techniques Automatic delivery systems 1. Automated deliver options - Automated grease systems - Oil mist systems - Drip and wick lubricators 2. Deciding when to employ automated lubricators 3. Maintenance of automated lubrication systems Lube Storage and Management Lubricant receiving procedures Proper storage and inventory management. Lube storage containers Proper storage of grease-guns and other lube application devices Maintenance of automatic grease systems. Health and safety assurance Lube Condition Control Filtration and separation technologies Filter rating Filtration system design and lter selection CONtINUes NeXt pAGe

Course Content
Maintenance Strategies Why machines fail The impact of poor maintenance on company prots The role of effective lubrication in failure avoidance Lube routes and scheduling Oil analysis and technologies to assure lubrication effectiveness Equipment tagging and identication Lubrication Theory/Fundamentals Fundamentals of tribology Functions of a lubricant Hydrodynamic lubrication (sliding friction) Elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication (rolling friction) Mixed-lm lubrication Base-oils Additives and their functions Oil lubricant physical, chemical and performance properties and classications Grease lubrication - How grease is made - Thickener types - Thickener compatibility - Grease lubricant physical, chemical and performance properties and classications

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Machinery Lubrication and Oil Analysis - Level 1 (cont.)


Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Lube routes and scheduling Oil analysis and technologies to assure lubrication effectiveness Equipment tagging and identication Oil Sampling Objectives for lube oil sampling Sampling methods Managing interference - Bottle cleanliness and management - Flushing - Machine conditions appropriate for sampling Lubricant health monitoring Lubricant failure mechanisms 1. Oxidative degradation - The oxidation process - Causes of oxidation - Effects of oxidative degradation 2. Thermal degradation - The thermal failure process - Causes of thermal failure - Effects of thermal degradation 3. Additive depletion/degradation - Additive depletion mechanisms - Additives at risk for depletion/degradation by the various mechanisms Testing for wrong or mixed lubricants - Baselining physical and chemical properties tests - Additive discrepancies Fluid properties test methods and measurement units - applications and limitations Wear Debris Monitoring and Analysis Common machine wear mechanisms

Energy & Sustainability

Get Certied!
SKF is an Authorised Training Body by CMSkills. Our training course follows the ISO 18436.4 Category 1 Standard. CMSkills ISO Cat 1 Lubrication Analysis Certication Exam available at the end of the course.* Certication also requires practical experience.
* Please conrm with SKF prior to the course

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 3 days + half day exam $1,920 AUD + GST $275 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication Lubrication Analysis 1

Application Specific

Level 1

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Who Should Attend


All Maintenance Professionals Reliability Engineers Lubrication Engineers Equipment Operators Maintenance Managers Lubrication Technicians Manufacturing and Industrial Engineers Maintenance Supervisors Predictive Maintenance Technicians Lubricant Industry Professionals Laboratory Analysts Operations Managers

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WI320

Ultrasonic Testing - Level 1


Course Overview
It is recognised that the effectiveness of Non Destructive Testing (NDT) applications depends upon the capabilities of the personnel who are responsible for and perform Ultrasonic Testing (UT). This recommended practice has been prepared to establish guidelines for the qualication and certication of NDT personnel whose specic jobs require appropriate knowledge of the technical principles underlying the Ultrasonic tests they perform witness, and monitor, or evaluate. This course also certies all delegates who complete all formalities of the training module with a Level 1 Ultrasonic Testing Certication as per ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-20.

Course Content
Basic principle of acoustics Equipment testing methods Calibration Straight beam examination Angle beam examination Evaluation of base material product forms Evaluation of weldments Discontinuity detection Evaluation

Exams
At the end of the course all candidates will sit for a Level 1 exam. Each candidate will be a certied NDT UT Level 1 Engineer upon successfully passing the exam. The examination will be in accordance with ASNT Standard and SNT-TC-1A Level 3 Professional. Candidates are encouraged to bring an electronic calculator. Programmable calculators are permitted as long as it does not have an alphanumeric keyboard. No other books, paper, or charts will be allowed. Candidates will receive results immediately after the exam at the end of the training. For certication related training course, candidates will receive their certicates 1-2 weeks after the exam. Candidates who fail to achieve a pass score will be required to sit the exam again.

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Mining Cement Steel Mineral Processing Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Petrochemical Power Generation Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Maintenance Contractors Timber Pump Manufacturers Chemical

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 4 days + 1 day exam $1,950 AUD + GST Included Onsite & Public Work Identication International NDT UT Level 1

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WC200

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling - Level 1


Course Overview
Planning and scheduling is one of the most important activities to increase the efciency in a maintenance organisation and to reach Maintenance in World Class. Surveys show that planning increases the productivity of work performance by as much as 77%. The service technician needs to communicate and cooperate in the right way with schedulers, work management, and Production/Operations. This requires a clear and communicated work process among the personnel involved, and not least, knowledge and skills necessary for planning and scheduling of maintenance job plans.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Content
The objective of this training is to give the basic principles for planning and scheduling of maintenance work. The participants will understand the necessity of planned work and its effect on interest groups and on maintenance measurements.

Understand the benets of performance measurement Understand the components of a data driven maintenance job plan Understand when to create a maintenance job plan Demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to write a data driven maintenance job plan

Application Specific

Level 1

Course Topics
The course contains the following topics: Roles and responsibilities Work ow Error notication Prioritising of work orders Planning Theory The process Standard work Planning and reservation of material Scheduling Theory The process Handling of backlog Efcient planning and scheduling meetings Shutdown planning Improvements Follow up and key performance indicators (KPIs)

Who Should Attend


Personnel from Production/Operations and Maintenance/Planners and Schedulers and Personnel responsible for Spare Parts

Level 2

Level 3

Pre-Study
E-Learning course* WC130 Spare Parts Management Reading material* JPG_RB04012 Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Fundamentals MB03013 Planning, Scheduling, and Work Orders MB04021 Calculating Wrench Time
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 day $1,475 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Control N/A

Key Learning Outcomes


After completing the course, participants will be able to: Understand the importance and impact of Planning and Scheduling Learn and apply Planning and Scheduling principles and methodology Derive Planning and Scheduling work ow models Understand planning roles and relationships

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WC230

Spare Parts Management and Inventory Control - Level 1


Course Overview
In a maintenance repair and operating (MRO) environment, spares and inventory management refer to those activities in an organisation that ensure at any time the optimal and timely availability of spare parts in order to meet maintenance demands. In todays competitive environment, it is important that the management and optimisation of spares inventory is always considered in the context of supporting the maintenance function to meet its operational and business goals. Simply reducing inventory is not enough. Ideally, the aim must be to maintain sufcient inventory and no more such that production is never impacted by stock-outs whilst keeping inventory costs to a minimum. In this way, inventory management and optimisation add real value to any business.

Course Objective
The course objectives are to provide participants with a sound knowledge and understanding of: Spare parts and inventory management processes and principles Basic spare parts and inventory management terminology The importance and relations of spare parts and inventory management with respect to business goals Identifying, structure, and classifying spare parts on their criticality, (re)order parameters, and other spare parts characteristics Applying basic analysis techniques to optimise the availability of spares and cost-effectively handle obsolete spares Key institutes and reference material on spare parts and inventory management

Case studies
The purpose of the case studies is to provide participants with an opportunity to apply the gained knowledge and understanding in practice.

Who Should Attend


Engineers, Supervisors and Managers from the following functions: Inventory control, purchasing, reliability and maintenance engineering, logistic support, quality, production and warehouse management

Pre-Study
E-Learning course* WC130 Spare Parts Management Reading material* RB02028 Spare Parts Management GS03005 Inventory Management
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Content
SKF spare part management and inventory optimisation training has been developed to support SKF customers (industrial end-users), improving their bottom line results. This course will consist of the following modules: Module 0: Introduction Module 1: Spare parts management (SPM) Module 2: Maintenance and spare parts strategy Module 3: MRO inventory management Module 3-A: MRO inventory management Basics Module 3-B: MRO inventory management work processes and CMMS Module 4: Obsolete management

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 day $1,475 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Control N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WE241

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Proactive Maintenance Skills - Level 1


Course Overview
This course will teach the mechanic an understanding of the precision and proactive practices necessary to maintain a machine to the highest possible level. Students will learn techniques that aid in the assembly and setup of machinery that provide measurable improvements in machine performance as measured with basic vibration readings. Students will also understand the current trends in maintenance methodologies, and how precision and proactive approaches and their direct interaction with machinery t into an overall reliability program.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Content
Overview of Proactive and Maintenance  Proactive maintenance as part of an overall maintenance strategy  Relationship between failures and their sources  Impact of maintenance practices on machinery Fundamentals of Machine Condition  Vibration as an indicator of machine health and an indicator of precision  Introduction to condition monitoring terminology and technologies  Indications of machinery health problems Basic vibration measurements  Relationship between the components in the machine and vibration frequencies Fault diagnosis Machinery Troubleshooting Machinery troubleshooting process  Identication of the true root cause cause and effect relationships Analysis techniques Resonance troubleshooting Precision Shaft Alignment Need for precision  Misdiagnosis and thermal growth correction Types of misalignment Alignment tolerances  Precision versus manufacturers and industry specications  The different alignment methods advantages, disadvantages  Misalignment effects on bearing loads, seals and motor load

Improving Rotor Balance through Precision  Assembly  Troubleshooting and analysis techniques P  ractical methods with basic instruments  Examples of advanced techniques used by analysts P  roactive and precision tolerances  The effects of assembly on rotor balance Belt-Driven Machinery I dentication of common belt drive congurations  Troubleshooting techniques  Practical assembly methods with basic instruments  Examples of advanced techniques used by analysts B  elt failure modes root cause analysis P  re-alignment / belt installation and inspection Maximising Roller Bearing Life I ntroduction to proactive bearing installation F  ailure detection methods B  asic seal types - Installation & Lubrication P  rogression of typical bearing failures P  ractical inspection methods with basic instrumentation  Advanced methods used by vibration analysts B  earing, shaft and housing tolerances and ts R  elationship of tolerance, clearance, and bearing precision F  unctions of lubrication Lip and Mechanical Seals  Maximising life  Controlling and positioning of shafts

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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WE241

Proactive Maintenance Skills - Level 1 (cont.)


Who Should Attend
Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager.

Also Available:
Root Cause Bearing Failure Analysis Level 2 (pg. 102)

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Mining Cement Steel Mineral Processing Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Petrochemical Power Generation Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Maintenance Contractors Timber Pump Manufacturers Chemical

Pre-Study
E-Learning materials* MS113 Proactive Reliability Maintenance WE140 Shaft Alignment Basics WE150 Balancing Basics WE170 Basics of Industrial Seals and Rotating Machines Reading material* MB02028 Proactive Maintenance MB02004 Balancing CR4293_E Sealing Arrangement Design Guide NC_0544 Field Balancing Tips GS04007 Belt Alignment CR_RB02039 Shaft Seal FAQ
* E-Learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee* Course Type Category

8.30am 4.30pm 5 days $2,145 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Execution

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WE201

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Bearing Technology and Maintenance - Level 1


Course Overview
Learn worlds best practice in bearing applications, principles of mounting and dismounting from engineers using the correct tting & removal tools and techniques. SKF has aligned this course to the National Metal & Engineering Competency Standards Unit MEM18005B in Australia and Maintenance & Diagnostics in Mechanical Engineering Standards Unit 19873 and 19874 in New Zealand. SKF delivers this course under the auspice of Box Hill Institute of TAFE in Australia and Manukau Institute of Technology in New Zealand. The Bearing Technology and Maintenance Course together with Root Cause Bearing Failure Analysis course covers all the elements of Unit MEM18005B

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Key Learning Outcomes


At the end of this course students will be able to perform routine bearing checks during operation and non operation, identify bearing requirements for replacement or installation, and remove and install bearings.

Who Should Attend


Service, maintenance, machine repair, plant/ facility engineering staff, managers, technicians, rotating equipment engineers, reliability engineers, mechanics and maintenance supervisors of an industrial plant, OEM facility, public utility using roller bearings and related equipment.

Application Specific

Level 1

Course Content
Basics of Bearings and Their Applications Rolling bearing theory Anti-friction bearing types and applications Plain bearing types and applications Meaning of L 10 Life and Service Life Application of ts and tolerances Fundamentals of Lubrication How bearing lubrication works The importance of selecting the proper lubricant for an application Maximise bearing life through understanding of proper lubricating principles and functions How much and how often to lubricate rolling bearings Seal Types and Application Contact seals, Non-contact seals Housing seal types Principles of Mounting and Dismounting Bearings Cylindrical seating Tapered seating Adapter and withdrawal sleeves Cold and hot mounting and dismounting Mounting and dismounting using oil injection Principles of mounting plain bearings Introduction to Bearing Failures and Their Causes Identify and interpret actual bearing failures Practical Mounting and Dismounting of Bearings Preparation for mounting and dismounting Checking the components Mounting and dismounting tools Hands on exercises

Pre-Study
E-Learning course* GRB001 Bearing Basics GRB006 Deep Groove Ball Bearings Reading material* RB02002 Bearing Basics GS04012 Bearing Dismounting Methods RB02017 Tips for Bearing Mounting
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Level 2

Level 3

Industries that will benet


Cement, Chemical, Food and Beverage, Manufacturing, Mineral Processing, Mining, Motor Rewinders, Municipal Utilities, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Power Generation, Printing, Pulp and Paper, Pump Manufacturers, Steel, Maintenance Contractors, Timber Course Information Time Days Course Fee

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

8.30am 4.30pm 3 days $1,475 AUD $250 AUD Onsite & Public Work Execution Maintenance and Diagnostics Australia - MEM18005B* New Zealand
19873, 19874

Certication Fee Course Type Category Competency Certication

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. *MEM18005B TAFE Accreditation can only be achieved on successful completion of (WE201) Bearing Technology & Maintenance L1 and (WE204) Root Cause Bearing Failure Analysis L2. courses. Students also require to provide a Statement of Completion of Prerequisite Units to MEM18005B.

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WE203

Introduction to Lubrication Fundamentals - Level 1


Course Overview
This course is designed to help students understand the fundamentals of lubrication, types of lubricants, importance of correct lubricant selection, awareness & consequences of incorrect selection and application, storage & handling, cleanliness. The course is delivered with an emphasis on practical training with hands-on samples of greases, bearings, and displays of various lubricating systems available for all to handle and view as the training progresses.

Course Content
Principles of lubrication Lubrication regimes Importance of viscosity Additives types and uses, including solid lubricants Oil lubrication Base oil types Application methods bath, circulation, ring-oil, splash, spray Oil change intervals Grease lubrication Grease composition Thickener types and compatibility Consistency NLGI Application methods manual, automatic systems Relubrication intervals Synthetic lubricants Effects of temperature, load, vibration and speed on lubricant selection Lubrication selection for bearings, gears, and industrial, vehicle and mining applications Bearing failure causes Lubrication software tools Oil cleanliness practices Importance of hygiene Impact on lubricant and equipment life Storage and handling of lubricants Oils and greases Contamination

Industries that will benet


Cement Chemical Food and Beverage Manufacturing Mineral Processing Mining Motor Rewinders Municipal Utilities Oil and Gas Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Power Generation Printing Pulp and Paper Pump Manufacturers Steel Maintenance Contractors Timber

Who Should Attend


Maintenance personnel and engineers responsible for bearing lubrication, lubricant specication and lubrication system planning and design.

Pre-Study
E-Learning material* GRL001 Lubrication Basics WI140 Lubrication Analysis Reading material* Lub101 Lubricants 101 - Fundamentals of Lubrication Development of a World Class Lubrication Program
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,475 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Execution N/A

Key Learning Outcomes


At the end of this course, students will be able to: Understand the fundamentals of lubricant formulation and mechanisms Understand different types of lubricants Understand the need for the correct lubricant for the application oil, grease or solid lubricant Understand how speed, temperature, load, inuence the selection of the correct lubricant Understand why viscosity is important Awareness of the consequences of incorrect selection and application Understand how their actions can result in cost savings to their organisations due to enhanced lubrication practices

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WE270

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Sealing Solutions Technology Seals for Rotary Applications - Level 1


Course Overview
This course is designed to develop knowledge in industrial sealing products for rotary motion, application fundamentals and competence in devising effective sealing solutions. The information and training will enable students to understand the concepts and application of sealing solutions to achieve optimum seal, bearing and equipment performance. This comprehensive course uses a combination of hands-on training, visual theory knowledge, case study participation and discussion opportunities

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Objective
To provide the participants with the fundamentals of lip seals, principles of sealing operations, elastomeric materials and their properties, and the effects of operating parameters in seal performance To have an understanding of the various seal designs, their applications and seal design development trends To learn a systematic approach to Sealing System Failure Analysis, most common failure modes; includes participation in actual case studies To provide an overview of common rotary sealing components used in various industrial applications and a guide to sealing system designs in heavy industry segments To learn appropriate handling and installation procedures, methods, tools and parameters; includes a workshop environment for hands-on experience To provide an overview of other sealing systems and services including SKF custom sealing solutions

Who Should Attend


Machinery Designers, Mechanical Draftspersons, Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Engineers and Technicians, Consultants

Application Specific

Level 1

Pre-Study
Industrial Seals Self Study Guide (supplied on request after enrolment). Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 2 day $975 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Execution N/A

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Content
Introduction General industrial and catalogue shaft seals Design features machined rotary seals Radial Lip Shaft Seals Radial lip shaft seals Choosing an elastomer material Design Requirements for other components Shaft and bore recommendations Failure Analysis Seal failure modes Failure analysis methods Application troubleshooting Installation Procedures Basic handling and installation procedures theory Hands-on seal installation practice Specic market segment applications and case studies

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WE240

Precision Shaft Alignment - Level 1


Course Overview
This course focuses on steps and procedures required to obtain a precision alignment, use of precision alignment tools, and documentation and reporting procedures. Students will have a good knowledge of measurement and alignment techniques and independently be able to perform measurements and alignments with laser based systems This course is directly aligned with National Metal and Engineering Competency Standards MEM18009B Perform Leveling and Alignment of Machine and Engineering Components. SKF delivers the course under the auspice of Box Hill Institute of TAFE, Victoria.

Course Content
Up to 50% of this course consists of guided hands-on activities. It is suggested that participants bring their instruments to the course Overview  Review of shaft alignment fundamentals  Advantages, disadvantages and sources of error associated with various alignment methods  Describing and documenting shaft offset and angular misalignment condition Pre-alignment procedures  Review the three major phases of alignment  Review of dial indicator alignment methods Laser alignment systems overview Fundamental horizontal machine alignment processes Setting up the laser system Measuring and entering the dimensions Obtaining measurements Interpreting results Making moves/adjustments Alignment completion Dealing with alignment challenges  Base-bound and bolt-bound conditions Dynamic movement  Identify general types of soft foot and how to detect and correct soft foot conditions  Effects of thermal growth on the alignment process and machine operation

Who Should Attend


Maintenance, engineering, technical support and management personnel whose job functions involve alignment of rotating machinery Appropriate for those who align machines and those who detect, investigate and resolve premature machinery failure due to misalignment Those who direct activities relative to alignment and machine reliability

Pre-Study
E-Learning course* WE 140 Shaft Alignment basics
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee

8.30am 4.30pm 1 day $975 AUD $250 AUD Onsite & Public Work Execution Maintenance and Diagnostics National: MEM18009B

Certication Fee Course Type Category Competency Certication*

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. * To receive TAFE Accreditation, all course participants will be required to complete an Onsite project as part of the assessment process. Students also require to provide a Statement of Completion of Prerequisite Units to MEM18009B.

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Cement Timber Pulp and Paper Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Oil and Gas Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Mining Steel Mineral Processing Chemical Printing Petrochemical Power Generation Pump Manufacturers Maintenance Contractors

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Dynamic Balancing - Level 1


Course Overview
This course delivers hands-on balancing exercises, using demo rotor kits and instruments using optical, laser and strobe light accessories for phase reference. Proper vibration analysis techniques are reviewed to differentiate imbalance from other problems such as misalignment and resonance. Course features case histories to illustrate single plane (static), two-plane (dynamic) and the static and couple approach to balancing rotors of all types. This course covers elements of the National Code MEM1800B under maintenance and diagnostics competency eld. SKF delivers the course under the auspice of Box Hill Institute of TAFE, Victoria.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Key Learning Outcomes


At the end of this course, students will be able to determine the most appropriate procedure to be applied to selected balancing situations, identify the main causes of unbalanced equipment, and understand the procedures for operating the balancing equipment.

Proactive and precision tolerances The effects of assembly on rotor balance

Industry Specific

Who Should Attend


Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/Fitter/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor/ Technician/Fitter/Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor.

Application Specific

Course Objectives

Level 1

Understanding principles of balancing Selecting the most appropriate procedure to be applied to selected balancing situations Understanding procedures for setting up the component to be balanced Understanding procedures for operating the balancing equipment Understanding procedures for recording out of balance readings Learn methods of rigid and exible rotation balancing Understanding the techniques of single and multiple plane balancing Learn the appropriate balancing technique for given balancing situations Learn procedures for balancing out of balance equipment

Level 2

Industries that will benet


Cement Chemical Food and Beverage Manufacturing Mineral Processing Mining Motor Rewinders Municipal Utilities Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Power Generation Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Steel Timber

Level 3

Living Program

Pre-Study
E-Learning course* WE150 Balancing Basics Reading material* MB02004 Balancing
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Content
1. Check balance Principles of equipment balance testing are understood Most appropriate balancing check procedure is selected Component is set up correctly and to site/ manufacturers procedure for balance check Balance/out of balance is determined and compared to specication requirements Out of balance readings are recorded to prescribed procedures 2. Balance equipment Principles and methods of rigid and/or exible rotation balancing are understood Techniques of single and/or multiplane balancing are used appropriate to application Equipment is balanced utilising correct procedures Practical methods with basic instruments Examples of advanced techniques used by analysts

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Certication Fee Course Type Category Competency Certication* 8.30am 4.30pm 1 day $975 AUD $250 AUD Onsite & Public Work Execution Maintenance and Diagnostics National: MEM18008B

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. * To receive TAFE Accreditation, all course participants will be required to complete an onsite project as part of the assessment process. Students also require to provide a Statement of Completion of Prerequisite Units to MEM18008B.

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Condition Based Maintenance - Level 1


Course Overview
This course will introduce the various concepts of Condition Based Maintenance. Students will be able to understand and operate the various tools used in identifying machinery health problems and describe the machine condition to provide measurable improvements in performance. The course will particularly emphasize the use of machinery vibration as a tool to determine machine health and identify root cause problems.

Course Objectives
Teach students how the principles of changes in health, or condition, of a machine often produce changes in the machines vibration. Students will be able to determine the condition of machinery as it operates, to schedule the most efcient and effective repair of problem components prior to failure. Ideal condition based model - detection, analysis, correction, verication. Examples of condition based parameters - vibration, bearing temperature, thermography, lubricant condition, motor current, ultrasonics. Introduce the concept of vibration and how it applies to bearing vibration analysis in the detection of bearing defects and faults Introduce vibration sensor types, mounting methods and applications Introduce the concept of spectrum analysis, and general overview of how analysts recognise and analyse typical machinery problems Setting up vibration measurement sites and parameters, types of condition monitoring alarms, vibration signal processing methods.

Industries that will benet


Cement Food and Beverage Maintenance Contractors Mining Municipal Utilities Petrochemical Power Generation Pulp and Paper Pump Manufacturers Chemical Manufacturing Mineral Processing Motor Rewinders Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Printing Steel Timber

Who Should Attend


Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/Fitter/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor/ Technician/Fitter/Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,475 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Execution

Course Content
Common types of Maintenance Basics of Condition Monitoring Technologies Introduction to Machinery Vibration Analysis What is Vibration? Vibration Sensors Setting up for Vibration Measurement. Practical Exercises Introduction to Thermography Cameras and Thermometers Introduction to Lubrication Introduction to Motor Diagnostics Introduction to Laser based Measurement Systems Pulley and Shaft Alignment Practical Exercises

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Selecting and Maintaining Power Transmission Systems - Level 1


Course Overview
Power Transmission components are a vital element in a productive environment and require attention to detail, such as inspection, monitoring, and correct replacement to achieve optimum life This course will show the way to select the correct transmission component belt, chain or coupling and to maintain it correctly to achieve optimum life. The course covers elements of the National Code MEM18007B. Maintain and Repair Mechanical Drivers and Mechanical Transmission Assemblies. SKF delivers the course under the auspice of Box Hill Institute of TAFE, Victoria

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Objectives
Learn principles of operation of a range of mechanical drives and transmissions Understand techniques, tools and equipment to measure components Learn common malfunctions in mechanical drives, transmissions and their components Learn procedures for checking and adjusting mechanical drives, transmissions and their components Learn preventative measures that can be undertaken to avoid recurrence of the fault/ failure Undertake appropriate diagnostic and testing of power transmission systems Uses and characteristics of lubricants

2. Adjust mechanical drives and transmission assemblies A suitable adjustment method is determined from manufacturers instruction sheets, standard workshop manuals/procedures or other means Adjustment tools and equipment are selected according to the type of assembly being serviced Appropriate maintenance principles, techniques, tools and equipment are used, and drives/transmission components are tensioned, aligned balanced or adjusted to manufacturers/site specications according to safe workshop practices Drive/transmission assembly is checked after adjustment for correct operation or identied for further diagnosis or repair Further diagnosis or repair requirements are actioned 3. Diagnose faults Service reports are read and visual and sensory inspection of the drive/transmission assembly is undertaken Given manufacturers specications, and where applicable, diagnostic equipment drive/ transmission assembly is tested using sound maintenance principles and procedures Faults are localised at the component level and identied for repair or replacement Fault causes are analysed and preventative measures to avoid re-occurrence are developed, documented and actioned by appropriate means Requirements for repair or replacement are actioned

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Course Content
1. Undertake maintenance checks of mechanical drives and mechanical transmission components Principles of mechanical drives and mechanical transmission components are understood The function of the main parts of the designated mechanical drive/transmission assembly is understood Appropriate maintenance principles, techniques, tools and equipment, mechanical drive/transmission components are used to check for wear, distortion, tensions, misalignment, fatigue, lubrication, slackness, tooth wear, breakages and other related malfunctions Assembly requiring further diagnosis, repair or adjustment is identied and ndings are documented

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Selecting and Maintaining Power Transmission Systems (cont.)


4. Repair mechanical drives/transmission assemblies Service reports are read and visual and sensory inspection of the drive/transmission assembly is undertaken Tools and equipment are selected according to the type of assembly being serviced Mechanical drive/transmission assembly is dismantled using appropriate maintenance principles, techniques, tools, equipment and safe workshop practices Serviceable items are repaired using appropriate maintenance procedures according to manufacturers specications and standard workshop practices Standard replaceable items are selected and obtained using manufacturers catalogues, spare parts lists, engineering specications Component parts are retted to mechanical drive/transmission assembly using sound maintenance principles, techniques, tools and equipment in accordance with manufacturers/ site specications 5. Final adjustment and commissioning Using applicable maintenance principles and procedures, drive/transmission components are tensioned, balanced, aligned or adjusted to suit specications and operational requirements Drive/transmission assembly is checked after adjustment and operational performance is analysed Assembly is commissioned to specications. Service report is completed

Who Should Attend


Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Engineer/Fitter/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Draftsman/Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor/ Technician/Fitter/Lubrication Fitter, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Planning Manager, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor, Store Supervisor. Course Information Time Days Course Fee

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,475 AUD $250 AUD Onsite & Public Work Execution Maintenance & Diagnostics MEM18007B

Certication Fee Course Type Category Competency Certication*

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. * To receive TAFE Accreditation, all course participants will be required to complete an onsite project as part of the assessment process. Students also require to provide a Statement of Completion of Prerequisite Units to MEM18007B.

Industries that will benet


Cement Chemical Food and Beverage Maintenance Contractors Manufacturing Mineral Processing Mining Motor Rewinders Municipal Utilities Oil and Gas Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Power Generation Printing Pulp and Paper Pump Manufacturers Steel Timber

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We increased efciency of critical machines


We accepted nasty vibration as a natural problem with our large fans. Some days we thought they would shake the plant apart. After attending the SKF training courses, our staff retrotted our fans with a special bearing arrangement, different lubrication regimes, and laser alignment. The difference is amazing. No more shake, rattle and roll. No more midnight breakdowns.
E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Level 2 Courses
Courses in this section relate to methods, technologies and best practices to develop, implement and sustain precision and proactive maintenance practices towards a goal of improved reliability and protability.

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Optimising Asset Management through Maintenance Strategy - Level 2


Course Overview
This course relates to methods, technologies and best practices used to develop, implement and sustain your optimised maintenance strategy and guides you to benet from the living program for continuous improvement.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Objective
To understand the spectrum of asset management Ability to assess the situation, maturity and needs of an organisation Knowledge and understanding in describing and judging rotating equipment degradation processes, failure and maintenance behaviour and various assessment techniques Ability to identify, structure and classify the required data recording, reporting on performance losses, evaluation and identication of reliability killers and selecting appropriate equipment functions for improvement by the customer CMMS Ability to perform analysis of root causes by appropriate techniques and methods

Ability to facilitate root cause analysis, to develop the appropriate organisation, to involve the various functions for continuous equipment reliability improvement and to identify and structure the data required by the customer CMMS Knowledge about developing and optimising maintenance programs, operations and process control procedures and the development of modications, Maintenance Engineering (ME) methods, asset knowledge and machine maintenance techniques Gain a working knowledge of Maintenance Strategy. Review techniques focused on Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM), optimise spare parts requirements, develop, improve or implement the Management of Change (MoC) process

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Maximum Efciency & Effectiveness Operator Driven Reliability (ODR) Front line operators are empowered to own their machinery Pro-Active Maintenance (PRM) Predictive maintenance is applied to help identify the root causes of machine and process problems Predictive Maintenance (PdM) Machine condition is assessed using condition-monitoring technologies; shutdowns are scheduled based upon machine problems Preventive Maintenance (PM) Unplanned and planned shutdowns are scheduled to overhaul equipment at pre-determined intervals Reactive Maintenance Fix it when it breaks approach; unplanned shutdowns occur when the machine breaks Minimum Efciency

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Innovating Promoting Maintaining Fireghting

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Course Content
Important Topics Covered What is Asset Management? Brief discussion on system and process thinking Review of course learning objectives and course ow Review of participants expectations - Detail any exclusions - Detail any change of emphasis ow Explanation of the use of module feedback sheets Case studies will be developed during the course Module 1 Conceptual Models and Business Context Asset management Maintenance management and maintenance engineering (differences) Understanding basic terms reliability, availability, maintainability and safety Initial maintenance strategy review Life cycle management Interaction (of Asset Management) with other concepts terotechnology, ILS and TPM Required knowledge of business drivers and opportunities Getting started how and what to assess Why we need and use different types of assessments Role of assessments Case Study A review of a completed client needs analysis Module 2 Degradation, Failure and Maintenance Behaviour System breakdown structure (asset register), recording, reporting of performance and production losses and function Loss categories, events and causation codication (ISO14224) Understanding failure modes, rates, characteristics Maintenance strategies (run-to-failure, preventive, predictive) and work types (maintenance modication, investment) (ISO standards) CMMS requirements (data structure and content) Case Study Dene failure and maintenance types, inclusion CMMS Business Criticality Screening process Pattern recognition and causation Data required Evaluation of losses

Module 3 Evaluation and Selection of Reliability Killers

Selecting attractive reliability killers for analysis Case Study Simple criticality analysis

Who Should Attend


Maintenance, Plant/Facility Engineering staff, rotating equipment Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors, Managers at industrial plants, Reliability Engineers and those interested in rotating equipment performance.

Pre-Study
This is an advanced course for individuals who have signicant experience in maintenance processes, tasks and results analysis. E-Learning course* MS120 Operator Driven Reliability MS130 Maintenance Strategy Review Reading material* GS02006 Asset Management MB03032 Managing Asset Integrity
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 4 days $2,595 AUD + GST Included Onsite & Public Maintenance Strategy N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Streamlined Reliability Centred Maintenance (SRCM) - Level 2


Course Overview
The aim of this training is to provide participants the necessary knowledge of the SKF maintenance strategy review to understand the basics of Streamlined Reliability Centred Maintenance (SRCM).

E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Content
Module I: Setting the scene for SRCM (Introduction) Asset Management Support Tool (AMST) module structure Module II: Conceptual models and business context Understand where SRCM came from Discuss the difference between SRCM and RCM Understand the RCM standard Discuss SRCM compliance with the RCM standard Module III: SRCM methodology Effectively discuss the SRCM process model Determine what data is required prior to SRCM Module IV: Identify what is important How to select which system to analyse Determine system boundaries Understand the importance of the functional failure analysis (FFA) Module V: Dene what should be done Know what dominant failure causes are How to prescribe maintenance to critical assets How to decide run-to-failure (RTF) maintenance Know when design changes are required Module VI: Change the existing program Understand the importance of task comparison How to implement effectively What feedback is Module VII: Project steps Understand typical SRCM project steps Understand what takes place during a SRCM review meeting

Understand how to develop a SRCM analysis, as well as the implications of making the strategy work Understand why to conduct a task comparison Understand methods needed for SRCM implementation Recognise what a living program is

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Who Should Attend


Maintenance, Plant/Facility Engineering staff, rotating equipment Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors, Managers at industrial plants, Reliability Engineers and those interested in rotating equipment performance.

Level 1

Level 2

Pre-Study
E-Learning course* MS100 Asset Efciency Optimisation (AEO) Basics MS130 Maintenance Strategy Review Reading material* MB05004 Redening Your Maintenance Strategy Using the SCRM Process MB03017 SRCM Methodology MB03016 RCM That Works - SRCM
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Level 3

Living Program

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 3 days $2,145 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Maintenance Strategy N/A

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course Objective
Upon completion of this course students will have the knowledge to: Know how to describe the SRCM process ow Recognise the importance of data structure and content before you do any kind of strategy work Understand the importance of identifying and categorising assets Understand criticality and the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) approach in SRCM

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) - Level 2


Course Overview
The aim of this training is to provide participants the necessary knowledge of the SKF maintenance strategy review to understand Reliability Centred Maintenance methodology.

Also Available:
Vibration Analysis Level 1 (pg. 72) Vibration Analysis Level 3 (pg. 107) SmartStart Microlog Product Training (pg. 128)

Course Content
Module I: Introduction Discuss RCM terminology Module II: RCM overview and business context Understand the evolution of RCM Understand the business context of RCM Know RCM standards Module III: RCM phase what is important? Know what a criticality matrix is How to select which system to analyse Determine system boundaries Understand what failure modes, failure causes and failure effects are Module IV: RCM phase what should be done? Know what important failure characteristics are Know when to decide RTF maintenance Know when design changes are required How to prescribe maintenance to critical assets Module V: RCM customisation and requirements Understand RCM customisation Understand the use of RCM template data Determine what data is required for RCM Become aware of the asset management support tool (AMST) Module VI: Implementation and improvement Understand what a job plan is Understand how to allocate tasks Understand how to implement RCM well Understand what feedback is Module VII: RCM project Know the steps in a RCM project Module VIII: RCM project Understand the evolution of RBI Understand variations of RBI Understand the requirements for RBI

Understand the importance of identifying and categorising assets Understand criticality and the FMECA approach in RCM Understand how to develop an RCM analysis as well as what the implications are of making the strategy work Understand why to conduct a task comparison Understand what work packaging is Understand methods needed for RCM implementation Recognise what a living program is Know the content of a RCM project plan Understand what risk based inspection (RBI) in the asset management support tool AMST is

Who Should Attend


Maintenance, Plant/Facility Engineering staff, Rotating Equipment Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors, Managers at industrial plants, Reliability Engineers and those interested in rotating equipment performance.

Pre-Study
E-Learning material* MS100 Asset Efciency Optimisation (AEO) Basics MS130 Maintenance Strategy Review Reading material* NC_0520 How to implement Reliability Centered Maintenance at Your Facility MB020008 Reliability Centered Maintenance MB02024 Using an RCM Approach for Process Hazard Analysis Revalidation
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 3 days $2,145 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Maintenance Strategy N/A

Course Objective
Upon completion of this course, students will have the knowledge to: Know how to describe RCM process ow Understand the differences in RCM approach Recognise the importance of data structure and content before performing any kind of strategy work

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Vibration Analysis - Level 2


Course Overview
The Vibration Analysis Level 2 course is intended for personnel having upto 6 months fulltime condition monitoring program experience; knowledge of basic sensor and monitoring instrumentation. This course provides an introduction to performing vibration analysis. Various techniques used to diagnose machinery conditions are reviewed, including time waveforms, spectral analysis, phase measurements and amplitude measurement methods.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Objective
 Select the appropriate machinery vibration measurement technique  Set up instruments for basic resolution of amplitude, frequency and time  Perform basic vibration analysis of machinery and components such as shafts, bearings, gears, fans, pumps, and motors using spectrum analysis  Maintain a database of results and trends  Perform basic (single channel) impact tests to determine natural frequencies  Classify, interpret and evaluate the test results (including acceptance tests) in accordance with applicable specications and standards  Recommend corrective actions  Recommend the use of alternative condition monitoring (CM) technologies with an understanding of the principles of all four CM technologies

- Mechanical looseness, improper component t, soft foot, and belt drive problems - Rolling bearing problem detection using vibration spectrum analysis - Gear wear problem detection - Electrical problems within induction motors - Balance resonances, detection, and effects on machinery 6.  Vibration alarms, spectral band alarms, and optimum frequency ranges 7. C  ommon pitfalls in making everyday vibration measurements and the effect on detection and diagnosis of machinery problems 8.  Time waveform and converting to an FFT spectrum 9. Predictive maintenance programs 10. R  eal-world case histories for problems found within the Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Chart

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Course Content
Common machinery malfunctions are discussed, including basic guidelines for the best detection tools for each machinery problem, and key signs to be aware of. Malfunctions and common pitfalls are demonstrated and real-world vibration analysis case histories are shared. 1. What is vibration and how can it be used to evaluate machinery condition: - Frequency, a time waveform, phase, an FFT spectrum (signature) - Displacement, velocity, and acceleration - RMS, peak, and peak-to-peak amplitude - How to know when vibration is too high 2. Vibration sensors and their application 3.  Vibration and detection by various instruments. Analog vs. digital methods 4.  High frequency detection (HFD) and alarm levels at various speeds 5.  Vibration analysis and how it is used to evaluate machine operating condition - Mass unbalance, eccentric rotors, bent shafts, and misalignment

Key Learning Outcomes


At the end of this course, 1.  Participants will have learned to select appropriate sensors and techniques for diagnosing typical machinery malfunctions. 2.  Participants will have learned to read vibration signatures and evaluate machinery condition from vibration data. 3.  Participants will understand how to isolate the affected machinery components, recognise various common problems, and make recommendations for continued operation or scheduled repairs.

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Who Should Attend


Plant personnel requiring a basic understanding of analytical methodologies used to determine machinery conditions for improvement of predictive maintenance program results; including maintenance supervisors, rotating machinery engineers, predictive maintenance coordinators, reliability engineers, and advanced mechanics and technicians.

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Vibration Analysis - Level 2 (cont.)


Get Certied!
SKF is an Authorised Training Body by CMSkills. Our training course follows the ISO 18436.2 Category 2 Standard. CMSkills ISO Cat 2 Vibration Analysis Certication Exam available at the end of the course.* Certication also requires practical experience.
* Please conrm with SKF prior to the course

Also Available:
Infrared Thermography Level 1 (pg. 74)

Pre-Study
E-Learning courses* WI100 Vibration Basics WE140 Shaft Alignment Basics Reading Material JM03001 A Balanced Approach to Acceleration and Velocity Monitoring JM02025 Low Speed Analysis
* E-Learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Optional Study Included


SLT2 Vibration Analysis and Problem Diagnostics
* Note For more information on our Interactive Computer based courses, refer to page 35 in the SKF Training Handbook

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee


8.30am 4.30pm 3.5 days + half day exam $2,690 AUD + GST $350 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication Vibration Analyst 2
Includes Pre-Study material

Course Type Category Certication*

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Infrared Thermography - Level 2


Course Overview
This course covers advanced infrared theory, equipment calibration, error sources, crossverication with contact thermometers, advanced equipment operation, use of windows and lters, assigning temperature limits and repair priorities, and quantitative report generation. Students are encouraged to bring their own imager for individualised training or to learn how to use it more effectively.

Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of the course students will be able to understand advanced infrared theory, calibrate IR equipment to run advanced diagnoses and run quantitative reports. Students will also sit the Infraspection Institute Certied Level 2 Infrared Thermographer exam.

Traceable Temperature Limits: How Hot is Too Hot Delta-T classications - NETA, Mil Spec, and other standards Absolute temperature classications - ANSI, IEEE, NEMA standards for electrical systems - correction formula for load and ambient temperature - other standards for mechanical systems Developing limits for your equipment Preparing Quantitative Reports Data to gather Report procedures Image processing software capabilities Report generation software capabilities

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Course Content
Thermometry Fundamentals Temperature scales and conversions Absolute and relative temperatures Classes and benets of contact thermometers Classes and benets on non-contact thermometers Identifying and reducing errors Advanced Infrared Theory Units for measuring radiant power Relationship between power and temperature Plancks blackbody curves Temperature Measurement Error Sources and Corrections Calibration - how IR sensors are calibrated - how to check calibration - calibration / accuracy specications Reectance - shielding techniques - measuring and compensating with direct and reector methods Emittance - how emittance varies - using default and table values - how to measure Emittance Transmittance - lters to view through materials and atmospheres - lters to measure temperatures of material surfaces and atmospheres - measuring material transmittance Target Width / Distance Ratios - calculating target size / distance

Level 2

Level 3

Who Should Attend


Infrared Thermography Level 2, is a ve-day course for the application of quantitative thermal imaging and temperature measurement for P/PM, condition monitoring, electrical engineers / supervisors, mechanical maintenance, operational reliability, quality assurance and forensic investigations. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee* Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 5 days $2,695 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication Infraspection Institute Level 2 Certied Infrared Thermographer

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. * This course and examination can qualify you for the Level 2 certication in accordance with ASNT SNT-TC-1A

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WI245

Oil Analysis - Level 2


Course Overview
Learn how to read and understand oil analysis reports, set optimum oil analysis limits, reduce oil consumption and achieve maximum life out of lubricants.

Course Objectives

Course Content
Introduction to Machinery Lubrication Oil formulation and its importance in effective machinery lubrication Key functions of lubricating oils Primary lubrication regimes Introduction to base oils and additives Choosing the correct base-stock Conditions that dictate use of synthetic oils Antioxidant additives and their role in oil life  Dispersants and detergents - the key to controlling soot Controlling wear with additive chemistry Oil Sampling - The Very Best Practices Simple steps to reliable and easy oil sampling How to nd the best sampling location  Sampling splash- collar- and ring-lubricated systems How to sample circulating systems  Safe, effective high-pressure sampling from hydraulic systems  Using primary and secondary sampling points  A quick method for optimising sampling intervals How clean should sample bottles be?  Sampling valves and hardware recommendations Fundamentals of Friction and Machine Wear Primary sources of friction in lubricated machinery Wear mechanisms that reduce machine life  The most common wear modes in plain, rolling element and thrust bearings Understanding gear wear Understanding wear in hydraulic systems

Also Available:
Machinery Lubrication and Oil Analysis Level 1 (pg. 76)

Most maintenance programs achieve only 10% of the benets available from oil analysis. Learn how to get the most out of oil analysis by attending these powerful training sessions.

Key Learning Outcomes


Read and understand oil analysis reports Tell if you are using the wrong oil Squeeze maximum life out of lubricants Set optimum oil analysis limits Reduce oil consumption for easy, near-term savings

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager.

If you have any of the following machines this training is a must


Gear Boxes Hydraulic Systems Motor Bearings Compressors Final Drives Diesel Engines Paper Machines Process Pumps Steam Turbines Gas Turbines Blowers/Fans Rolling Mills Hydrostatic Transmissions

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Oil Analysis - Level 2 (cont.)


Machine Fault Detection and Debris Analysis  How wear metals are measured using RDE and ICP spectrometers Measuring larger particles with Rotrode Filter spectroscopy  Using ferrous density to determine the severity of a wear problem Using analytical ferrography for advanced fault detection  Using ferrography for root cause analysis Fluid Properties Analysis Common root causes of oil degradation Recognising and controlling oil oxidation Monitoring lubricant degradation using acid number Monitoring lubricant health using FTIR Determining oil life using RPVOT Recognising and controlling thermal failure How to recognise additive depletion or degradation  Using paper chromatography (blotter spot test) to detect additive and base oil degradation Ways to detect the addition of wrong oil Contamination Control and Proactive Maintenance Common contaminants Oil cleanliness and oil life extension benets Using the ISO Solid Contamination Code Proactive maintenance in three easy steps Case studies for proactive maintenance Oil lter and breather recommendations Portable ltration carts - three ways to use them Setting targets for oil cleanliness Detecting and controlling moisture contamination  Selecting moisture removal/ltration methods The effects of heat on lubricants Controlling air entrainment and foam Glycol contamination Dealing with soot Understanding fuel contamination Onsite Tests How to inspect vents and breathers Tips for effective sight glass inspection Getting valuable information from used lters Inspecting reservoirs for clues about lube trouble  Getting visual clues from the oil sample before mailing it out Screening for water with a simple hot plate Interactive Workshop  Group participation in problem-solving exercises  How to read an oil analysis report Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

8.30am 4.30pm 3 days + half day exam $1,920 AUD + GST $275 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication ICML Level 2.

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Get Certied!
The International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) will be conducting Oil Analysis Level 2 testing the morning following each course.*
* Please conrm with SKF prior to the course

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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WE204

Root Cause Bearing Failure Analysis - Level 2


Course Overview
This course is taught to the new ISO Standard 15243. Discussions include initial damage and failure causes, failure streams and visible conditions at the time of bearing removal. You will analyse actual bearings from a variety of distress, damage and failure conditions using our methodology to determine the root cause of the failure mechanism. The course is directly aligned with National Metal and Engineering Competency Standards Unit MEM18005B and covers following elements MEM18005B2. SKF delivers the course under the auspice of Box Hill Institute of TAFE, Victoria. The Bearing Technology and Maintenance Course together with Bearing Root Cause Failure Analysis course covers all the elements of Unit MEM18005B.

Also Available:
Bearing Technology & Maintenance Level 1 (pg. 83)

Key Learning Outcomes


On completion of this course, students will be able to provide background and methodology for analysing failed and damaged bearings and their components. Students will be able to uncover the true root causes of bearing damage and failures, and reduced service life.

Who Should Attend


Service, maintenance, machine repair, or plant/facility engineering staff of an industrial plant, OEM facility, institution public utility or commercial building which uses rolling bearings and related equipment Managers and technicians at industrial plants and OEM facilities responsible for rolling bearing performance and reliability Rotating equipment engineers, reliability engineers, millwrights, mechanics, and maintenance supervisors Those interested in rolling bearing and rotating equipment performance

Course Content
Bearing knowledge Understand common bearing terminology L  earn basic knowledge required for bearing damage analysis Load path patterns in bearings Understand bearing operation Understand normal load patterns  Discuss abnormal load patterns and their causes Methodology Understand why bearings fail in service U  nderstand the concept of Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) P  erform bearing damage analysis including reporting ISO 15243 Bearing failure modes and classication U  nderstand the main points that the ISO classication is based upon U  nderstand the terminology and visual appearance of failure modes Hands-on - Analysis of sample bearing failures I nspect a series of sample bearing failures and report the ndings G  roup discussion on the cases Use SKF Bearing Inspector  We encourage participants to bring a failed bearing (and machine history) from their plant, to analyse during the workshop sessions Monitoring Bearings Condition monitoring of Rolling Element Bearings using Vibration Analysis can prevent a majority of problems and failures.

Pre-Study
E-Learning material* WE104 Bearing Damage Analysis Reading material* P1410_E Bearing Failures and Their Causes SRB failures and their causes
* E-learning material at www.aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Competency Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,475 AUD $250 AUD Onsite & Public Work Execution Maintenance and Diagnostics National: MEM18005B

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. MEM18005B TAFE Accreditation can only be achieved on successful completion of (WE201) Bearing Technology & Maintenance L1 and (WE204) Root Cause Bearing Failure Analysis L2. courses. Students also require to provide a Statement of Completion of Prerequisite Units to MEM18005B.

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WE266

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Machinery Lubrication Technician - Level 2


Course Overview
With hundreds of lubricant types, base stocks, additive packages and viscosity grades to choose from, how can a person decide which lubricant is right for a machine? The options are endless synthetic or hydrocracked? EP or AW? naphthenic or parafnic? ISO VG 32 or 68? After attending these courses, you will be empowered with the knowledge to understand the important lubricant properties and how to strategically select the correct lubricant for each machine application.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Content
1. Maintenance Strategy The impact of lubrication on machine reliability The impact of lubrication on lubricant life and consumption Maintenance program strategies for achieving lubrication excellence 2. Lubrication Theory Friction and Tribology - Types of friction and wear - Wear modes and inuencing factors - Machine frictional surfaces most at risk for specic wear modes (e.g., abrasion) - Mechanisms of Lubrication regimes - Boundary - Mixed lm - Hydrodynamic - Elastohydrodynamic Lubricant categories - - - - Gaseous Liquid Cohesive Solid

5. Lubricant Selection Viscosity selection/adjustments according to machinery condition/environmental conditions When to use synthetic lubricants When to use biodegradable lubricants Lubricant consolidation Select lubricating oils for different applications Selecting greases for different applications Lubricant Selection standards development Procedures for testing and quality assurance of incoming lubricants Procedures for approval of candidate lubricants 6.  Lubricant Testing and Performance Analysis 7. Lubricant Application Procedures for lubricant application Determine/calculate correct amount for regreasing Determine/calculate correct frequency interval for re-greasing Select and manage optimum equipment/ systems for lubricant application according to machinery requirements Safety/health requirements for lubricant application Manage proper maintenance of lubrication equipment Manage proper maintenance of automatic lubrication systems Create/update lube survey Record execution of lube program Proactive management and detection of leaks Waste oil/lters management/disposal Writing a lubrication PM

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

3. Lubricant Formulation Base-oil Rening Methods and API categories Mineral Base Oils Vegetable Base Oils and Biolubes Synthetic lubricant characteristics/ applications/compatibility Food Grade lubricant Classication Types and Functions of additives Types and Functions of solid additives Modes of additive depletion 4. Grease Application and Performance Grease applications requiring high consistency Grease applications requiring low consistency Causes of grease separation Multipurpose greases Performance and application of specic grease thickeners High temperature greases Coupling greases

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Machinery Lubrication Technician - Level 2 (cont.)


8. Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Lubricant receiving procedures Proper storage and inventory management Lube storage containers

Who Should Attend


Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer, Electrical Engineer/Manager/ Supervisor/Technician, Engineering Manager/ Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/ Manager/Supervisor/Technician, Reliability Engineer/Manager/Supervisor.

Also Available:
Machinery Lubrication and Oil Analysis Level 1 (pg. 76) Oil Analysis Level 2 (pg. 100)

Proper storage of grease-guns and other lube application devices Maintenance of automatic grease systems Health and safety assurance Creating and managing lube PMs and routes Creating and manage lubrication inspection check list Used oil analysis to determine optimum condition based oil changes Used oil analysis to troubleshoot abnormal lubricant degradation conditions Used oil analysis to troubleshoot abnormal wear related to lubricant degradation/ contamination Procedures and methods for identifying root cause of lubricant failure Use of technology aids to determine optimum re-grease frequency/quantity (ultrasonic, temperature monitoring, shock impulse, etc.) 9. Lubricant Condition Control Proper sampling procedures Proper sampling locations Proper selection of breathers/vents Proper selection of lters according to cleanliness objectives Filter rating - Beta Ratio Sump/Tank Management Proper selection of reconditioning systems for Lube reclamation 10. Lube Storage and Management Design optimum storage room Dening maximum storage time according to environmental conditions/lubricant type Safety/Health requirements Proper sampling procedures/locations for sampling stored lubricants Procedures for reconditioning/ltering stored lubricants

Applications/Machines
Gear Boxes Hydraulic Systems Motor Bearings Compressors Final Drives Diesel Engines Paper Machines Process Pumps Steam Turbines Gas Turbines Blowers/Fans Rolling Mills Hydrostatic Transmissions Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 3 days + half day exam $1,920 AUD + GST $275 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Execution ICML Level 2

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Get Certied!
The International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) will be conducting Machine Lubricant Analyst Level 2 testing the morning following each course.*
* Please conrm with SKF prior to the course

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We extended maintenance intervals


Prior to doing an SKF training course, we overhauled our major pumps every 6 months to avoid problems. Now we use condition monitoring to run them for 18 to 36 months before planned maintenance because of the improved techniques we learned from SKF.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Level 3 Courses
Courses in this section provide an advanced study in diagnosing the behaviour of rotating machinery of various types and classications, to identify optimum required corrective actions.

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WI204

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Vibration Analysis - Level 3


Course Overview
The Vibration Analysis Level 3 course is intended for personnel who have at least two years vibration analysis experience and a good understanding of vibration theory and terminology. The course provides an in-depth study of diagnostic measurement techniques and the associated applications of the techniques. This course will give the analyst all of the skills and knowledge necessary to solve all fault conditions, and to run a successful condition monitoring program.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Content
Principles of vibration Quick review of Category II fundamentals Waveform, spectrum, phase, vectors and orbits Transients, pulses, modulation, beating, sum/ difference Force, response, damping, and stiffness Cepstrum analysis Data acquisition Special tests: phase, triggering, strobes, low speed machines and variable speed machines Planning routes and route management Optimizing test locations and setup options Signal processing Sampling, resolution, Fmax, averaging, windowing, dynamic range, signal-to-noise ratio A/D conversion: constant and variable sampling rate Vibration analysis Spectrum analysis review - Harmonics, sidebands, and the analysis methodology Time waveform analysis Phase analysis: bubble diagrams and ODS Orbit analysis Analyzing enveloping/demodulation/ PeakVue, etc. data Fault analysis Natural frequencies and resonances Imbalance, eccentricity and bent shaft Misalignment, cocked bearing and soft foot Mechanical looseness Rubs and instabilities Rolling element bearing analysis Analysis of turbo-machinery and sleeve bearings Analysis of AC, DC and variable frequency drives Analysis of gears Analysis of belt driven machines Analysis of pumps, compressors and fans LOTS of case studies and exercises for participants Equipment testing and diagnostics Impact testing (bump tests) Phase analysis Transient analysis Operating deection shape analysis Introduction to modal analysis Cross channel measurements

Corrective action General maintenance repair activities Balancing process: single-plane and two-plane Review of shaft alignment procedures: dial and laser Flow control and replacement of machine parts Resonance control, isolation and damping Running a successful condition monitoring program Managing a successful program Reporting and nancial management Growing the program Incorporating additional technologies Acceptance testing and Review of ISO standards

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Who Should Attend


It is expected that the participant is either the leader of the vibration team, or takes a leading role in diagnosing faults and making the nal recommendation. This person must fully understand all of the data collector options, special test capabilities, and analysis tools; and must understand the widest range of fault condition.

Level 3

Living Program

ISO Category 3
The training course follows the ISO 18436.2 Category 3 Standard. Successful completion of the written exam will result in ISO Category 3 Certication. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication*

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

8.30am 4.30pm 4.5 days + half day exam $3,540 AUD + GST $400 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication Vibration Analyst 3 Certication

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133. * Certication complies with ISO 18436.2 Category 3 standard.

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WI305

Applied Modal and Operating Deection Shape Analysis


Course Overview
To provide students with a working knowledge of Experimental Modal Analysis and Operating Deection Shape Analysis (ODS) from a eld vibration analyst perspective.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students learn how to: Create computer models of plant machinery and structures Acquire meaningful Modal and ODS measurements Generate and import Modal and Operating Deection Shape analysis measurements Generate meaningful machinery computer animations needed to detect and resolve noteworthy problems such as resonance, structural weakness, foot related problems, design inadequacies, sources of excessive vibration.

Hands-On MEscopeVES Software Training The hands-on training utilises the MEscopeVES Handbook. This is a continually updated practical step-by-step software guide and reference source that can be consulted over and over again. Complex methodologies are completely worked out for the student helping to ensure accurate analysis and repeatable results. Multiple hands-on projects that include real-world data cover all major MEscopeVES software applications. Establish a project Create a computer model of a machine or structure Import data from the data acquisition instrument ODS and ODS FRF data interpretation Modal data interpretation Modal analysis curve tting and generation of computer animations Structural dynamics modication (SDM) Students are required to bring a laptop computer with Windows XP or Vista. Vibrant Technology MEscopeVES software and extensive training manuals will be provided.

Course Content
Introductory analysis lecture This portion of the course provides background information on Experimental Modal and Operating Deection Shape (ODS) Analysis topics with extensive case histories and instructor experience. Advanced analysis without complex mathematics Understanding modes of simplied animation shapes (beams, columns, plates, and shells) How to construct meaningful computer models of machines and structures Choosing required numbers of points and directions for ODS and Modal analysis Recommended measurement setups for ODS and Modal analysis eld testing How to accurately interpret computer model animations (leading to problem resolution) How to conrm what specic component is resonant on a complex machine, support frame, foundation and attached piping, ductwork, and more How to identify optimum corrective actions Presentation of numerous demonstrations and class exercises ODS and Modal real-world case studies

Who Should Attend


Plant personnel that need a basic understanding of Modal and Operating Deection Shape Analysis techniques on machinery and structures, as well as a practical understanding of MEscope VES modal/ODS software. Professionals whose primary responsibility is the maintenance of high level performance, reliability, and availability of critical process machinery, including rotating machinery specialists and consultants, advanced mechanics, engineers, and advanced technicians.

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Applied Modal and Operating Deection Shape Analysis (cont.)


Pre-requisite
58 years full-time vibration analysis experience. Knowledge of vibration sensors and vibration instruments. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication* 8.30am 4.30pm 5 days $2,195 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Energy & Sustainability

E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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OEM301

Bearing System Design Level 3


Course Overview
The Bearing System Design course is an advanced training that highlights an understanding of rolling element bearing, seal and lubrication technologies and theories used in selection processes for typical industrial applications, with the ultimate objective of improving the life, functionality, and operational reliability of rotating equipment.

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Course Content
Bearing theory Purpose of bearings Rolling element bearing history Rolling element contact behavior Bearing components and functions Rolling elements, rings and cages Component materials Selection of bearing type Advantages and disadvantages of various bearing types Bearing features and functionalities Selection of bearing size Determining loads and duty cycles Bearing life determination using: -Basic L10 method -Adjusted life method -Optimizing bearing life with the latest life methodologies Computer-based tools (SKF.com, IEC and Bearing Select) Bearing dimensional tolerances Dimensional tolerance classes Internal clearances and preload classes Friction and speeds Friction model within rolling element bearings Speed rating methodologies Bearing system design Associated component design Locating and non-locating Shaft and housing ts Selection of internal clearance or preload Bearing material selection Mounting and dismounting considerations Sealing requirements Mechatronics Bearing arrangements Bearing types and integration

Lubrication Overview of lubricants Selection of appropriate lubricant Lubricant life estimation Lubrication methods Machine system health Vibration analysis Temperature monitoring Lubrication analysis Bearing damage and causes Analysis of common failure modes Mounting and operating conditions Storage, shipping and handling

Who Should Attend


Design engineers directly responsible for machine design incorporating rolling element bearings at OEM facilities or users interested in optimising performance in existing machinery. Those interested in optimising rolling element bearing performance in rotating equipment.

Pre-Study
Reading material* EVOL01_no1_p25 The SKF Formula for Rolling Bearing Life EVOL02-n01_p21 Simulation of Dynamic Behaviour of Rolling Bearings GSO4010 New Life of Machines GSO3013 (Re-)Design of Bearing Units
* E-learning material at aptitudexchange.com

Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication 8.30am 4.30pm 4 days $2,690 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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E-Learning

Weve become procient at troubleshooting


We have always been a bit mystied about Root Cause Failure Analysis it reminded us of root canal work, which nobody likes. Last year, several of our key maintenance people attended the SKF training course on this mystery subject and came back with an amazing grasp and real-world answers to some of our most serious machine failure problems. Weve eliminated expensive guesswork, and repairs are right the rst time.
Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Living Program
Courses in this section, relate to methods and technologies used to evaluate maintenance work and strategy, thereby closing the loop and making maintenance a continual improvement process.

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LP200

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Apollo Root Cause Analysis Facilitators Course


Course Overview
This course provides a working knowledge of the Apollo Root Cause Analysis methodology. It helps anyone to understand fundamental problem solving processes, examine the basic concepts of problem solving, how to facilitate an effective investigation and develop actionable solutions.

E-Learning

NEW

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Key Learning Outcomes


The Apollo Root Cause Analysis Facilitator Course provides students the knowledge and skills necessary to facilitate effective problem analysis, develop effective solutions and implement these solutions.

Industries that will benet


Cement Chemical Food and Beverage Manufacturing Mineral Processing Mining Pulp and Paper Steel Maintenance Contractors Municipal Utilities Oil and Gas Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Power Generation Printing Pump Manufacturers Timber

Application Specific

Course Content
Introduction to the Apollo RCA Method Denitions & Purpose Cause and Effect Principle Primary Effect Cause and Effect Analysis RealityCharting Exercises Solutions Critical Thinking Creating Solutions Group Facilitation Guidelines Common Types Incident Investigation Program Elements Corrective Actions Other Tools Putting it all together

Level 1

Instructors
Jack Jager Jack is an experienced educator who has been training and facilitating the Apollo Root Cause Method since 2003. In this time, Jack has helped over 300 companies including many blue chip multinationals throughout the world to reduce recurring incidents whilst empowering individuals to become better problem solvers. Ned Callahan Since joining ARMS Reliability in 2008, Ned has worked with companies of all sizes and industries to develop in-house problem solving capabilities. With over 20 years of experience in education, managerial positions and problem solving, Ned brings a wealth of practical expertise to the delivery of the Apollo Root Cause Analysis Method facilitator course. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Who Should Attend


Anyone whose job involves problem solving, safety, reliability, quality control, operations and logistics, production line or anyone who wants to eliminate recurring failures and improve efciency.

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $1,750 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Living Program Root Cause Analysis

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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LP240

Life Cycle Costing


Course Overview
Life Cycle Costing can be used to inform decision makers about acquiring, construction, operating, maintaining, modifying, and disposing of assets. It is a method of determining total cost of ownership of an asset. It takes the form of a structured approach that addresses all of the elements of this cost and used to produce a cash ow prole of the asset over its anticipated lifespan.

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Key Learning Outcomes


Upon completion of this Life Cycle Costing (LP240) course, attendees will be able to: Understand the theory and application of Life Cycle Costing and its benets Be equipped with the necessary knowledge and abilities to gather relative data and create Life Cycle Cost (LCC) models Develop the relevant data required for a LCC model Discount future cash ows using the appropriate discount factors Develop LCC models Develop sensitivity models

Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) and Operational Expenditure (OPEX) CAPEX OPEX The Need for LCC

Who Should Attend


Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $12,000 AUD + GST N/A Onsite Maintenance Strategy N/A

Course Content
Life Cycle Costing (LCC) What is LCC? Why do we need LCC Analysis? Benets of LCC Who needs to be involved? Principles The Process Fundamental Cost Types The Methodology of LCC The Basis for LCC Analysis Cost Breakdown Structure (CBS) Cost Estimating Other Issues Discounting and Its Effect Concept of Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) The Time Value of Money Normal, Real, and Discount Costs Ination Discounting Future Costs Net Present Value (NPV) Cash Flow Determination Internal Rate of Return (IRR) Internal Rate of Return

Course fee for maximum of 15 attendees.

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LP300

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SiteMentor
Course Overview
This course provides a solid foundation in proactive maintenance practices, which is critical to achieve maximum machine reliability and performance. SiteMentor helps you uncover problem areas and implement improvement methods. Each SiteMentor training session is custom tailored to your industry and working environment, and requires from three-to-ve days on site.

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E-Learning

Short Courses

Course Content
Sessions typically start with a short classroom review and demonstration on the topics being coveredthen its off to the site to learn. Leverage your classroom training investment to reap the largest returns by putting whats taught in the classroom into practice in the eld. The SKF SiteMentor programs need to be scheduled in advance and typically require some preparation time preceding the on-site session. Arrangements can be made for the use or rental of SKF tools and equipment during the training. Skills, training and equipment assessment reports can also be developed as part of an overall precision and proactive maintenance strategy.

Who Should Attend


Those interested in improving maintenance practices, procedures and processes through a customised one-on-one training program. Maintenance personnel who need to better understand current technologies with condition monitoring, precision maintenance skills, bearings and lubrication. If youve taken a public classroom course and want more hands on activity directly related to your equipment, this program is for you. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

8.30am 4.30pm TBC POA N/A Onsite Work Execution N/A

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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Motor Systems Reliability

Courses in this section are offered in several levels, dependent upon the individuals skill level. These courses include the theory behind electric motors and how they operate, fault and failure modes, testing parameters and handson operation of the equipment.

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WI261

Introduction to Training Solutions Energy & Sustainability

Introduction to Static Testing and Dynamic Motor Monitoring


Course Overview
This introductory course will benet the attendee by allowing them to obtain information from both technologies simultaneously. The rst day and a half will be spent covering the concepts and theories of off-line motor testing and the second day and a half will cover the technical theory of online motor monitoring. The nal day will be dedicated to more hands on and theory testing.

E-Learning

Short Courses

Key Learning Outcomes


Develop a general understanding of what static testing and dynamic motor monitoring involves Knowledge of what standards are used in testing electric motors Develop a general understanding of electrical motor theory Knowledge of general workings of instrumentation for both static motor testing and dynamic motor monitoring

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Mining Cement Steel Mineral Processing Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Petrochemical Power Generation Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Maintenance Contractors Timber Pump Manufacturers Chemical

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Course Content
Basic AC motor theory Basic electromagnetic theory Basic AC motor construction Various types of motors Introduction to static motor theory Insulation systems Failure mechanisms Testing methods and pass/fail criteria Recommended test voltages Test sequence overview Introduction to dynamic motor monitoring Machine system overview Properly connecting the Explorer Obtaining quality data Power, motor, load assessments

Level 3

Living Program

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

8.30am 4.30pm 4 days $1,995 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WI262

Static Motor Testing/Introduction to DC Motor Testing


Course Overview
This course will provide comprehensive technical theory behind the need for electrical testing. Through this course, learn about the methods used to cut costly downtime through improved predictive maintenance, troubleshooting, and motor quality control.

Key Learning Outcomes


Develop an in-depth understanding of the Static tester and any software interfaces General understanding of motor testing applications Develop an in-depth understanding of electrical motor theory and how it pertains to high voltage motor testing Hands on training for true familiarity with instrumentation connection and operation

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Mining Cement Steel Mineral Processing Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Petrochemical Power Generation Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Maintenance Contractors Timber Pump Manufacturers Chemical

Course Content
Static high voltage motor testing theory Insulation systems Failure modes and mechanisms Test methods ANSI/IEEE/EASA/NEMA testing standards Recommended test voltages/sequences Analysis of results Software training Creating databases, motors, and test IDs Data collection parameters Establishing and understanding pass/fail criteria Data interpretation Non-three phase motor testing DC motors Synchronous motors Wound rotor motors Non-rotating equipment

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 4 days $1,995 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WI263

Dynamic Motor Monitoring/ Introduction to DC Motor Monitoring


Course Overview
This course will provide comprehensive technical theory on the concepts behind online motor monitoring along with plenty of hands on experience to help the attendee develop a true comfort level with the instrumentation. Comprehensive hook-up techniques and software training are included, along with safety precautions for use of the equipment.

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E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Objective
 Develop a general understanding of AC motor theory as it relates to online operation.  Develop an in-depth understanding of the capabilities and limitations associated with dynamic motor monitoring.  Gain a general understanding of all the parameters monitored by the Explorer and the relevance of these parameters to specic faults.  Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the Explorer as it relates to hands-on operation and software functionality.

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Mining Cement Steel Mineral Processing Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Petrochemical Power Generation Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Maintenance Contractors Timber Pump Manufacturers Chemical

Application Specific

Level 1

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

Level 2

Course Content
Dynamic motor monitoring theory Power condition parameters Motor performance/condition Energy efciency development Torque waveform development Software training Creation and management of databases Creation and editing electrical test models Test acquisition setup Data collection Basic data interpretation and analysis Intro to DC online analysis Basic DC motor theory and concepts Ensuring proper connections Software functionality Basic DC analysis

Level 3

Living Program

8.30am 4.30pm 4 days $1,995 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WI364

Dynamic Motor Monitoring


Course Overview
This course is designed to build on the knowledge obtained from previous course work and signicant eld experience with dynamic motor monitoring equipment. The course will provide instruction on detailed diagnosis of data through the use of case study presentations, hands-on data analysis of past problems, hands-on live motor acquisition, and analysis in a laboratory environment.

Course Objective
Develop an in-depth understanding of dynamic motor monitoring equipment and the software interface Gain an extensive understanding of motor monitoring applications Develop an in-depth understanding of electric motor theory and how it pertains to motor monitoring Hands-on training for familiarity with instrumentation connection and operation Enhance the ability of the user to diagnose potential problems within electric motor systems

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Mining Cement Steel Mineral Processing Printing Pulp and Paper Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Petrochemical Power Generation Municipal Utilities Motor Rewinders Maintenance Contractors Timber Pump Manufacturers Chemical

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager.

Course Content
Dynamic motor monitoring theory Level I review, including basic DC analysis Fundamentals of waveform and spectral analysis Power condition Motor performance/condition Energy efciency assessment Motor load assessment Torque analysis Fundamental fault frequency characteristics Software training Level I software review Advanced data collection techniques Intermediate waveform interpretation and analysis Intermediate spectrum interpretation and analysis Case studies AC case studies review and hands on analysis DC case studies review

Pre-requisite
Successful completion of Dynamic Motor Monitoring Level 1 (WI263 course on pg. 119) Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

8.30am 4.30pm 4 days $2,100 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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WI365

Dynamic Motor Monitoring, Advanced Diagnostics


Course Overview
This course is designed to build upon the knowledge obtained by previous course work and signicant eld experience with dynamic motor monitoring equipment. This course will provide instruction on advanced diagnosis of data through the use of case study presentations, hands-on data analysis of past problems, and hands-on live motor acquisition, and analysis in a laboratory environment.

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E-Learning

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Course Objective
Develop an advanced understanding of motor monitoring applications Gain an advanced understanding of electrical motor and power quality theory and how it applies to motor monitoring Develop a comprehensive understanding of the problems the instrument witnesses during operation Hands-on training for familiarity with instrument connections and operation Gain a general understanding of the internal workings of the Explorer to help diagnose data acquisition or various motor system related phenomenon

Industries that will benet


Food and Beverage Manufacturing Mining Petrochemical Cement Power Generation Steel Municipal Utilities Mineral Processing Motor Rewinders Printing Timber Pulp and Paper Chemical Oil and Gas Pharmaceutical Maintenance Contractors Pump Manufacturers

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Who Should Attend


Condition Monitoring Engineer/Technician, Electrical Manager/Supervisor, Engineering Manager/Supervisor, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer/Manager/Supervisor, Operations Manager/Supervisor, Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer/Supervisor/Manager.

Level 3

Course Content
Dynamic motor monitoring theory Level I and II review, including basic DC analysis Advanced power condition Motor performance/condition Energy efciency assessment Sources of harmonics and strategies to reduce them Advanced transient analysis Advanced waveform analysis Software training Level I and II software review Advanced data collection techniques Advanced waveform interpretation and analysis Advanced Spectrum interpretation and analysis (Including demodulation) Case studies AC case studies reviewed and hands-on analysis DC case studies review

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Pre-requisite
Successful completion of Dynamic Motor Monitoring Level 1 and Level 2 (WI263) & Level 2 (WI364) on pg. 119 & 120 Course Information Time Days Course Fee Exam Fee Course Type Category Certication

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

8.30am 4.30pm 4 days $2,100 AUD + GST N/A Onsite & Public Work Identication N/A

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Product & Software Training


This section includes various Training Products & related Workstations, designed to facilitate individual tuition with step by step instructions to perform various maintenance tasks.

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Training Products

SKF Bearing Mounting and Dismounting Demonstration Kit


The SKF Bearing Mounting and Dismounting Demonstration Kit has been designed for use as a comprehensive teaching aid for industries in Australia. It facilitates instruction in all aspects of bearing mounting and dismounting procedures including induction heating, mechanical tools, oil injection and lubrication. All the equipment required to perform these tasks are included in the SKF Bearing Mounting and Dismounting Demonstration Kit. Through the construction of the various shaft, housing and sealing arrangements, students can build a working model. They can then test the different techniques they have learned. SKF Bearing Mounting and Dismounting Demonstration Kit includes a manual with step by step instructions and exercises which allow for individual tuition for each student. It also comes in a high quality metal cabinet.

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Contents
SKF Bearing Mounting and Dismounting Demonstration Kit contains Bearings Sleeves Housings and Accessories Hook Spanners Hydraulic Nut Feeler Gauge Bearing Puller Grease Induction Heater Vibration Monitoring Equipment Electric Motor Digital Thermometer System 24 Automatic Lubricator Join the many Industries already using the SKF Bearing Mounting and Dismounting Demonstration Kit.

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Level 2

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Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Price: $38,850 AUD

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Training Products
Bearing Workstations
Workstation A - Bearing Identication
8 bearings have had the designations removed. The principal dimensions of each bearing are measured. Using these measurements and the SKF General Catalogue for reference, the bearings can be identied and listed, giving the correct basic designation for each.

Workstation B - Correct mounting of

small size self-aligning bearings on adapter sleeves. This workstation allows you to correctly mount and dismount a Self Aligning Ball Bearing and a CARB Toroidal Roller Bearing on adapter sleeves, using the lock nut tightening angle method. The correct procedure to install V-ring seals is also practised.

Price: $850 AUD

Price: $2,230 AUD

Workstation C - Mounting of paired Single Workstation D - Mounting labyrinth seals


Row Angular Contact Ball Bearings, a Cylindrical Roller Bearing and Radial Shaft Seals in to a 2-bearing housing assembly. This workstation demonstrates how to correctly mount and dismount back-to-back angular contact ball bearings and cylindrical roller bearings. A special guide sleeve is used to prevent damage to the cylindrical roller bearing inner ring. The correct installation of radial shaft seals is also practiced. Special bearing and seal installation tools; and removal tools are utilised.

and taconite seals in split plummer block housings.

This exercise gives training in the correct procedures to install taconite and labyrinth seals.

Price: $1,670 AUD

Price: $5,560 AUD

Workstation E - Mounting and adjusting Workstation F - Mounting bearings with


Taper Roller Bearings in a 2-bearing housing. Workstation E gives training on the correct procedures to mount bearings using a portable induction heater, as well as accurate adjusting of tapered roller bearing clearance. Installing radial shaft seals is also demonstrated. Special bearing and seal installation and removal tools are utilised.

tapered bores using the hydraulic drive-up method. The latest technique on mounting and dismounting medium to large bearings with tapered bores is demonstrated with Workstation F. The hydraulic drive-up method is a reliable, quick and easy method that ensures accuracy when mounting these bearings. The dismounting method shows safe, easy and quick bearing removal.

Price: $8,270 AUD

Price: $7,560 AUD

Workstation G -

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Mounting bearings on withdrawal sleeves using the hydraulic drive-up method. The latest technique on mounting and dismounting medium to large bearings on withdrawal sleeves is demonstrated with Workstation G. The hydraulic drive-up method is a reliable, quick and easy method that ensures accuracy when mounting these bearings. The dismounting method shows safe, easy and quick bearing removal.

Workstation H - Mounting bearings with tapered bores using the radial clearance reduction method. This exercise gives practise in mounting Spherical Roller Bearings using the traditional clearance reduction method utilising feeler gauges for measuring; and an Impact Spanner for safe and easy lock nut tightening. Bearing dismounting is safely and easily achieved using hydraulic injection.
Price: $6,120 AUD

Price: $8,690 AUD

Training Products

Condition Monitoring Kit Balancing Kit

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E-Learning

Short Courses
This kit is ideal for classroom study. The vibration analysis kit may be used to demonstrate various vibration phenomena (like unbalance, misalignment, bearing failure on demo rotor, etc) and the results can be captured / viewed on SKF Microlog GX vibration analyser Upgraded advance kit includes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Microlog GX System Demo Rotor Kit Self Learning Tools (SLT) level 1 and 2 Vibration diagnostic chart Bearing analysis using acceleration enveloping technique CD The Balancing Kit is ideal for class room study. The Microlog Advisor Pro with balancing module is a simple to use application, enabling users to correct a state of unbalance, if it has been diagnosed to ensure smooth running and operation. The Microlog Advisor Pro can display and output the following results: Amount and angle Static couple component for two planes Dynamic coupling for 1 to 2 planes Key features High precision 1 or 2 plane balancing Static or dynamic couple balancing Balance for both slow and fast rotating machines Ability to resolve balance weights and trial weight estimator Easy to follow interface with graphical outputs Results displayed/printed in summary table Key features High precision 1 or 2 plane balancing Static or dynamic couple balancing Balance for both slow and fast rotating machines Ability to resolve balance weights and trial weight estimator Easy to follow interface with graphical outputs Results displayed/printed in summary table The Balancing Kit includes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Microlog Advisor Pro with Balancing module. Optical phase reference kit Self Learning Tools (SLT) Level 5 Vibration Diagnostic Chart Demo Rotor Kit

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Price: $ POA

Level 3

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Price: $ POA

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Training Products

Shaft Alignment Training Educational Kit Laser Alignment is faster and more reliable
Today, most of industries in Australia are using laser based techniques for shaft alignment of machinery. Easy-Laser products are: EASY to use EASY to learn Up to 5 times FASTER than dial gauges All calculations are carried out in the display unit then saved for documentation, and uploaded to a PC.

Shaft Alignment Kits:

E710 Wireless Bluetooth Series

D525 Series

The Easy-Laser Shaft Alignment D450, D480, D505, D525 and Wireless E710 Kits:
SKF have supplied bearing tting training kits to many industries and now SKF can also supply a shaft alignment training kit which includes the following: Easy-Laser shaft alignment system Static shaft demonstration stand* Easy-Laser pulley alignment unit D90*
(*optional)

CD with PC measurement data base software 3 large posters for wall mounting Shaft alignment training manual Training course in Microsoft PowerPoint

Price: $ POA

Geometric Measuring Kits:


The D22 laser transmitter is used in conjunction with an Easylaser D525 / E710 for measuring the following applications: Flatness of equipment bases Straightness Squareness

Price: $ POA

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Training Products
Practical Dyno Kit

Electric Motor Diagnostics

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E-Learning
This kit is designed to emulate load and off load conditions on a three phase motor on a variable speed drive for diagnosis, using the Baker Online Explorer Instrument. The Explorer Online instrument is able to accurately monitor the motor power circuit, overall health, load and performance issues. The kit includes: 1. 3 Phase Electric motor 2. Variable frequency drive 3. 240Volt Input 415Volt Output 3 phase supply 4. EP-2 Current transformer remote connection system 5. Base plate and power leads 6. Baker Explorer 4000

Short Courses

Industry Specific

Application Specific

Level 1

Price: $POA

Level 2

Level 3

Practical Fault Finding Kit


This kit is designed to offer full electric motor diagnostics with the Baker Off-line Explorer Instrument. The kit focuses on insulation condition and degradation rates. This testing helps the maintainer realise the true condition of the motors condition and insulation system leading to better predictive maintenance and reduced down time through breakdowns. The kit includes: 1. Electric Motors 2. Coils built in for student diagnosis 3. Baker Advanced winding analyser (4 KV) This Baker Off-Line Instrument performs the following tests to determine condition Resistance Meggar Value Polarisation Index Di-Electric Absorption Hi-pot Step Voltage Surge Testing

Living Program

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Price: $POA

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SmartStart Technology Training


SmartStart on-site product start-up training
SmartStart is an on-site product start-up service that focuses on a specic product or system. It is designed to get that product up and running, your employees trained, and your program implemented quickly and effectively. The training takes the form of mentoring and classroom instruction, and the site instructor will offer guidance in applicable product and/or database optimisation and functionality.
Where is SmartStart training conducted?
Training is conducted at your site, in your training facility, using your computers and SKF purchased hardware and/or software.

WICM232 MARLIN /Microlog Inspector and SKF @ptitude Analyst Inspector


Course description Course topics are organised according to the steps necessary to operate the product. Setup and utilise the MARLIN/Microlog Inspector Condition Detector (MCD) as a standalone probe to monitor overall machinery and bearing vibration and temperature Installation and use of MARLIN/Microlog Inspector Quick Connect studs Set up and utilise the MARLIN/Microlog Inspector data manager to monitor and record machinery condition and plant process data Use the MARLIN/Microlog Inspector data manager to review data in the eld Build a MARLIN/Microlog Inspector measurement database using SKF @ptitude Analyst Inspector software Transfer data between SKF @ptitude Analyst Inspector and the MARLIN/Microlog Inspector data manager Display and generate trends and reports SKF continues to add new MARLIN/Microlog Inspector hardware and software platforms. The SmartStart program will be tailored to match customer specic systems and requirements Course Information Time Days Course Fee Course Type Category 8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $825 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication

How is SmartStart training conducted?


SmartStart instructors will provide you with real world application expertise by using your actual plant applications and requirements. The training is designed to take the form of mentoring rather than traditional classroom instruction. The site instructor will offer guidance in applicable product and/or database optimisation and functionality. Furthermore, the instructor will offer insightful, pragmatic information that will provide you with powerful tools for predictive maintenance requirements.

What equipment do I need for this course?


Clients need to provide a suitable training room with an LCD data projector, projection screen, and white board or ip chart. Clients are also required to have all course related SKF products and equipment (hardware and software) available to the participants at the time of training.

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Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

SmartStart Technology Training


WICM264 AX/GX Series Microlog and SKF @ptitude Analyst
Course description Course topics are organised according to the steps necessary to set up a portable monitoring system and to operate the SKF Microlog AX/GX SKF @ptitude Analyst software product. Condition monitoring training topics Condition based Maintenance Program Overview Guidelines for Implementing a Portable Condition Monitoring Program practical guidelines for implementing a portable condition monitoring program Introduction to Vibration Analysis Discuss the advantages of various vibration signal processing techniques to isolate and detect specic machinery faults (e.g., acceleration enveloping signal processing for early detection of bearing faults) SKF product training topics Set up default properties on the SKF @ptitude Analyst software Learn to navigate the software using its menus, dialogs, windows, hierarchy, terminology, workspaces How to create a database of vibration measurements

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WICM270 Online Systems and SKF @ptitude


Course Objective Participants will learn how to design and build an effective online system vibration measurement database, download measurements to online system local monitoring units, understand online system data collection processes, display and analyse the online system Event Log and online measurement data plots for detection and analysis purposes, and generate online system reports. Course Description Designed for maximum class participation, this course is divided into sections that are viewed with presentations, computers practice, and reviewed with hands-on group exercises and written reviews. SKF @ptitude Online Hardware System (H/W), concept, product structure, and applications System checkout and troubleshooting procedures Software installation and setup Hardware and software requirements Windows system settings and installation options Installing SKF @ptitude Online H/W System Operation and theory Database conguration: ideology, application and best practices Online data collection process

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Application Specific

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Living Program

Download and upload measurements between SKF software and the AX/GX Microlog data collection device Parametric Gating and Control Points How to set up default properties in the AX/GX Microlog

Measurement process and Heartbeat concept How to operate the AX/GX Microlog data collector/ DAD communication and live data collection analyser to collect both route and off-route process measurements Displaying Online data plots Generate graphic plots and reports for analysing Generating and printing data reports measured machinery condition (both software and Course Information AX/GX Microlog) Time 8.30am 4.30pm Advanced AX/GX Microlog application modules, multiple channel measurements, FRF measurements, balancing Course Information Time Days Course Fee Course Type Category 8.30am 4.30pm 3 days $950 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication Days Course Fee Course Type Category 3 days $950 AUD + GST Onsite Work Identication

Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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SmartStart Technology Training


WECM250 Balancing with an SKF Microlog
Course Objective This course is designed to understand and practice how to successfully balance common rotating machinery in the eld to precision levels using any SKF Microlog data Collector/Analyser. Course Description Course topics are organised according to the steps necessary to operate the product Understand the three common types of unbalance (static, couple and dynamic) Differentiate eld and shop balancing tolerances Identify the correct approach to use based on the machines L/D ratio, amplitude and phase readings, and response to the trail weight Perform single and two plane balancing Combine and split correction weights Understand lag angle and inuence coefcients Appropriate real-world case histories will be used to illustrate balancing techniques for applications such as: fans, overhung and between bearings, paper rolls, ails, augers and hammermills, cooling tower fans, n fans and turboprop, and multi-stage pumps Course Information Time Days Course Fee Course Type Category 8.30am 4.30pm 2 days $825 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication

WECM245 Easy-Laser Shaft Alignment Systems

Course Content 1) Review Shaft alignment/Pulley alignment theory: - Angular and offset misalignment - Alignment tolerances. - Dial gauge alignment v/s laser alignment processes 2) Setting up the system: - Review the Shaft alignment system purchased - Application programs - Components of the system 3) Taking measurements: - Conducting a rough alignment - Alignment procedures - The clock method. - Easy turn method (not using D450 model) - Result evaluation and machine adjustment - Feet values - Coupling values - Managing the measurements in alignment software and producing a nal alignment report. - Summary and questions. 4)  Practical exercises using Easy-Laser Shaft Alignment Products 5) Introduction to geometrical measurement - Including atness, straightness, squareness Course Objective This course focuses on the step by step procedures for using any Easy-Laser Shaft Alignment product (Model D400, D450, D480 series and D500, D505, D525 series). Plus groove and face mounted pulley alignment products (D90, D150, D160, TMEB Series) This course is designed to teach customers all of the practical steps required to conduct a shaft alignment using an Easy-Laser Shaft alignment System. Course Information Time Days Course Fee Course Type Category 8.30am 4.30pm 1 Day $825 AUD + GST Onsite & Public Work Identication

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

Course fee is per person for a Public course. Contact SKF for Onsite course fees. Refer to Enrolment Form on page 133.

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Energy & Sustainability

We avoided costly shutdowns


We never really understood what we could get out of condition monitoring until our staff attended the SKF training course. Now, we have a full understanding of the health of our equipment at all times, and weve avoided several really costly shutdowns using SKF data collection tools.

E-Learning

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Application Specific

Level 1

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Motor System Reliability Product & Software Training

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UP-SKILL VIP Membership Program


We value the loyalty of our customers continued participation in our training courses. As a reward for you, on behalf of SKF Reliability Systems, we welcome you to our UP-SKILL VIP Membership Program.

UP-SKILL VIP Membership Program - A smarter way to earn


The UP-SKILL VIP Membership Program is a reward for all our loyal customers who participate in SKF Training Courses. Membership is free. Points are earned by participating in SKF Training Courses. All customers who have participated in SKF Training Courses in 2012 will automatically qualify and be enrolled in the UP-SKILL VIP Membership Program. The more training you do, the higher status you achieve and the bigger benet you will receive. Starting from Bronze through to Platinum, the UP-SKILL VIP Membership Program offers you additional cost savings, priority course registration, Training Needs Analysis (TNA) assessment for your employees and tangible benets for your organisation.

Bronze Membership
Benets include: Redeem 5% of amount spent on SKF Training courses, in the following calendar year for any future courses as per listed price in the SKF Training Handbook Priority with registrations Subscription to the SKF Training Newsletter

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Benets include: Redeem 7% of amount spent on SKF Training courses, in the following calendar year for any future courses as per listed price in the SKF Training Handbook Priority with registrations Subscription to the SKF Training Newsletter Free Training Needs Analysis (TNA) assessment for 5 employees

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Benets include: Redeem 10% of amount spent on SKF Training courses, in the following calendar year for any future courses as per listed price in the SKF Training Handbook. Priority with registrations No cancellation fees Subscription to the SKF Training Newsletter Free Training Needs Analysis (TNA) assessment for 10 employees

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Benets include: Redeem 10% of amount spent on SKF Training courses, in the following calendar year for any future courses as per listed price in the SKF Training Handbook Priority with registrations No cancellation fees Subscription to the SKF Training Newsletter Free Training Needs Analysis (TNA) assessment for 20 employees

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS


1. Enrolment: Enrolments will be confirmed in writing prior to the course commencement date and are subject to: (1) receipt of the completed enrolment form; (2) payment prior to course date, or receipt of purchase order from approved Corporate Accounts. Enrolment can be made by faxing the form to SKF Reliability Systems Marketing on (Australia) +61 3 9269 0886 or (New Zealand) 0800 753 329. 2. Fees: Course fees are inclusive of course materials and refreshments. Contact Reliability Systems Marketing for group savings. To qualify for a VIP saving, please quote your UP-SKILL VIP membership number. 3. Cancellation/Substitution: Cancellation will only be accepted in writing and acknowledged by SKF. Cancellation is free of charge when received at least 3 weeks prior to course commencement. Between 1-3 weeks before the course commencement date, 50% of the training fee will be charged. Thereafter, full course fee is payable and is non-refundable. Suitable substitutes are welcome. 4. Copyright: All intellectual property rights in all materials produced or distributed by SKF in connection with this course is expressly reserved and any unauthorised duplication, publication or distribution is prohibited. 5. Important notice: SKF reserves the right to change course schedules, discontinue courses, modify course content, limit class size and cancel courses as it deems necessary without penalty.

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Drawing on ve areas of competence and application-specic expertise amassed over more than 100 years, SKF brings innovative solutions to OEMs and production facilities in every major industry worldwide. These ve competence areas include bearings and units, seals, lubrication systems, mechatronics (combining mechanics and electronics into intelligent systems), and a wide range of services, from 3-D computer modelling to advanced condition monitoring and reliability and asset management services. A global presence provides SKF customers uniform quality standards and worldwide product availability.

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