With fluctuating oil prices and the costs of downtime due to poor lubrication, having knowledge to make the right decisions on lubrication is critical for any plant or facility. This 2-day lubrication selection, application & management course provides practical knowledge that participants can apply to everyday situations for improved performance related to lubrication issues and problems. Whether you operate in a small facility or a large, multi-location plant, choosing the right lubricants for your applications and implementing a lubrication maintenance program can reduce your overall cost of ownership and operations. This lubrication selection, application & management course will help the student understand which lubricants to choose based on their needs, and how to properly monitor their lubricants.
Vital Importance of Lubricants & Lubrication
Advancements in Lubrication Technology
Matching Lubricants to Applications
Components of Lubrication
Fluid Lubricant Specifications
Selecting the Best Lubricant for Applications
Implementing a Lubrication Program
Principals of Lubricant Base Stocks
Lubricant Specifications Terminology for Quality Performance
Troubleshooting Lubrication Grease
Managing Oil Analysis
Industrial Gear Oils
Additives and Reduced Friction
Upon completion of this seminar, the student will receive a certification of completion with 8 classroom hours (.8 Trainco CEUs) per day attended. Visit our continuing education units page to determine if this class is accepted by your state licensing agency.