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1003 - Introduction to Vibration Analysis

Course number
1,525$ (classrooms)
At your plant, in our classrooms or virtual
  • Montreal, QC - French
    Oct 7, 2024 - Oct 8, 2024
    2 days, from 8 am to 5 pm
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Complete 2-day training course
Complete 2-day training course

Enhance your expertise with our introductory training in vibration analysis

Vibration analysis is a critical technique in the field of predictive maintenance for machinery. This method enables the anticipation of potential failures and enhances the performance of your machines. Accurate and efficient vibration analysis is a valuable source of information on the health status of your equipment.

Our training provides you with the essential skills to understand and implement vibration analysis techniques. This training is designed to equip participants with the necessary tools to translate this knowledge into concrete actions that improve the longevity and performance of your machines.

During this training, you will discover the fundamental principles of vibration theory, the various instruments required for data acquisition, and the different diagnostics that can be made using this technology.
At your plant
In our classrooms

What can you expect from this training?

Following this course, the participant will be able to understand the basic concepts of the vibration analysis technique.
Types of maintenance
  • Different types of maintenance
  • Technologies for conditional maintenance
Theory of vibration
  • Concept of forces created by machines
  • Definition of vibration
  • Characteristics of a sinusoidal curve
  • Calculation of frequency
  • Unit of vibration amplitude
  • Vibration spectrum
  • Temporal analysis in addition to spectral analysis
  • Resolution
  • Harmonics
  • Basic modulation and demodulation
  • Sensor characteristics
  • Types of vibration collectors and analyzers
  • Software
Programming measurements
  • Machine characteristics
  • Frequency range and resolution
  • Establishing alarm levels
  • Collection and analysis methods 
  • Imbalance
  • Shaft misalignment
  • Mechanical play 
  • Bearing problems
  • Gearbox problems
  • Pulley and belt problems
  • Oil whip and oil whirl phenomena
  • Electrical motor problems
  • The resonance phenomenon
Vibration Analysis Program
  • Understanding the key elements of success for a vibration program

For technicians, engineers and industrial maintenance managers wishing to work in the field of vibration analysis.

To learn more or register, contact us at: [email protected]