Following this training, the participant will be able to select appropriate vibration measurement techniques, program collection instruments for basic measurements, perform basic spectrum analysis, and maintain their databases effectively. The analyst will be able to perform a variety of standard tests, evaluate the results, and recommend corrective actions accordingly.
Intended for technicians and engineers who have acquired a minimum of 18 months of experience in vibration analysis techniques and wanting to obtain their level II certification.
2031 - Basic Vibration Analysis
Knowledge of equipment
Machine tests and diagnoses
Reports and documentation
Determination of defect severity
ACVM Exam Category II (optional)
•This course also features Emerson machinery health analyzers in conjunction with advanced machinery analysis techniques. Discussions of case histories on machinery faults are one of the focal points of this course.
•Additional review and preparation is offered to prepare the participant to write the Canadian Machinery Vibration Association Level II exam. The trainer will evaluate each candidate and complete the Data Collection Practicum affidavit, if not already done in Category l.
•32 hours of class time, and 6 hours of homework are provided to meet the training requirements for Category II certification.
•This training is delivered in accordance with 1SO 18436-3, "Requirements for training bodies and the training process".
•*Certification examinations available via the CMVA. To register or for more information, contact: email@example.com.