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Vibration Analysis Category I (Level 1)

Vibration Analysis Category I (Level 1)

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Vibration Analysis Category I (Level I) - DistanceLearning
Vibration Analysis Training :: Category I (Level I)Training :: Distance Learning
Quick facts
This course is the ideal starting place for new vibration analysts, people collectingvibration data, and those who want a better understanding of vibration analysis andcondition monitoring.The course exceeds the ISO 18436-2 Category I standard and meets the ASNT SNT-TC-1A Recommended Practice for Level I.The certification exam can be taken after the course.Click herefor a movie that takes youthrough a tour of the course. You will seewhich topics are covered and a sample of the animations and simulators that we usein this course.
Course descriptionDuration:
You will have 3 months to view the materials, ISO 18436-2 recommends spending 32hours in training for Category I certification. You may view the training materials asmany times as you like for the duration of the course.
Course structure:
There are two ways you can participate in this distance learning course. Which ever wayyou choose to learn, you can begin learning as soon as you register for the course!1.Every two weeks after the official course start date you can participate in an on-line meeting with your instructor and fellow classmates. There you will review thelessons just completed, preview the next set of lessons, and discuss andquestions you have with the instructor (and fellow classmates). Your instructorwill review your quizz results and provide some feedback.2.If the structure of the distance learning course does not suit you, you arewelcome to learn at your own pace. You can view the recorded on-line meetings,and you can join in on the meetings if you change your mind.Remember, you can always participate in the forum to ask additional questionsthroughout the course.
Order and start learning right now!
Simply click on the links below to add the item to the shopping cart (and to see theprice):
Note: If there are a lot of people in your organization who need to be trained, you canaccess this course through our Learning Management System. Please contact us if youare interested in this option.
Course description:
Are you ready to get started in vibration analysis and condition monitoring? You willenjoy this course!You will come away with a solid understanding of why we monitor the condition of rotating machinery (and other critical assets), the importance of improved reliability, andhow the vibration can be successfully measured and analyzed to provide an earlywarning of a wide range of fault conditions. You won’t come away as an expert; that’swhat our more advanced courses are for. But you will know enough to make a valuablecontribution to an existing program; be in a position to start a new program; determineif you should implement a program at your site; or better understand the program thatexists in your plant.
You will come away from the course with a solid understanding of:1.The benefits of performing condition monitoring and improving reliability2.The condition monitoring technologies: acoustic emission, infrared analysis(thermography), oil analysis, wear particle analysis, motor testing3.How machines work – via supplementary self-study via the “EquipmentKnowledge” section4.Why vibration measurements can tell you about the condition of the machine5.How to collect good, repeatable measurements6.What the Fmax, resolution, averaging and other analyzer settings mean7.How to analyze vibration spectra, and the basics of fault diagnosis: unbalance,misalignment, looseness, rolling element bearings faults, resonance, and otherconditions8.An introduction to setting alarm limits
Who should attend?
If you have been performing vibration analysis for less than one year, or if you havebeen collecting vibration readings and leaving the analysis to another person, then thiscourse is for you. This course is also designed for reliability engineers, PdM programmanagers, and other maintenance staff who would like to understand conditionmonitoring with a focus on vibration analysis, and take the ISO or ASNT exam.
What is unique about this course?
Mobius makes it unique. We use 3D animations, Flash simulations, and numeroussoftware simulators that completely demystify vibration analysis. While vibration trainingcourses have traditionally been very theoretical, difficult to understand, (and boring),you will be captivated by the Mobius Training methods, and you will enjoy our practicalapproach. You will take away skills that you can immediately apply to your job, and youwill truly understand what you are doing. When senior vibration analysts attend ourclasses they often say “if only I could have learned this way when I got started” – well,now you can!Addition benefits which are unique to Mobius Institute courses:Classroom activities:
Sitting and watching an instructor can be boring… When the instructor is using modernslides, 3D animations, and incredible simulators, there is no way that you will be bored,however there is nothing like hands-on participation.
Workbooks provide feedback – do you really understand?
We also provide quiz questions that help you check if you really did understand the topics,and that you will be able to make the right decisions in the field (and in the exam). Everymorning we have a lively discussion as we go through the questions.
Take away more than just knowledge
We don’t just deliver an excellent course. We provide you with resources that you can usebefore, during and after the course.
Excellent materials that you will treasure forever
When you order the course you will receive a pocket reference guide (a very handybooklet); a mouse pad that is covered with classic spectra representing common faultconditions; the famous Mobius pen that has a pull-out sheet of common fault conditions,an activity book of sample questions and answers, and our new 400+ page Category Imanual. This new manual is easy to read, is filled with illustrations, follows the courseslides exactly, contains an excellent “Equipment Knowledge” appendix, and can be used asa reference in the future.
Topics:Maintenance Practices
First you are taught why we perform vibration analysis, and how it fits into themaintenance plan. We also emphasize the benefits of condition based maintenance and areliability centered approach.
What is breakdown maintenance and when should it be employed?
What is preventive (calendar based) maintenance, and what are its major flaws?

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