ISO Vibration Analysis CAT I is a four-day course, the training is the ideal starting place for new vibration analysts, people collecting vibration data, and those who want a better understanding of vibration analysis and condition monitoring.
What you'll learn
- Condition monitoring, including a summary of the most common technologies
- Reliability improvement
- How vibration analysis plays a key role in reliability improvement
- How machines work via the supplementary self-study “equipment knowledge” section of the manual
- The fundamentals of vibration: waveforms, spectra, and simple metrics (overall levels, rms, peak, peak to peak, and crest factor)
- How to take dependable, repeatable, high-quality vibration readings
- Vibration sensors, and how and where to mount them
- The basics of the analysis process, primarily with vibration spectra
- The basics of the key analyzer settings: fmax, resolution, and averaging
- The basics of setting alarm limits
- The common “failure modes” of machines and how to detect them, including rolling element bearing faults, unbalance, misalignment, looseness, and resonance
- Condition Monitoring Techniques & Reliability Fundamentals
- Vibration Data Collection & Analysis Fundamentals.
- Validation of good data.
- Determining most common faults using Vibration Analysis.
- Best use of your vibration analyzer.
- This course is designed for mechanical maintenance supervisors, technicians and engineers.
- As well as all Condition Monitoring, Inspection, Reliability and Machinery Diagnostics specialists.