Course 2001E – Machinery Lubrication 1

  1. How lubrication affects machine reliability
  2. Fundamental concepts of lubrication
  3. Using additives, basic oils and greases
  4. Lubricant properties and performance
  5. Food grade and ecological lubricants
  6. Grease lubrication methods
  7. Oil lubrication methods
  8. Selecting the appropriate lubricant based on the application
  9. Contamination control
  10. Emptying the oil, cleaning and managing the reservoir
  11. Lubricant storage, handling and management
  12. How to achieve excellence in lubrication
  13. Introduction to oil analysis

Certification examination available via the ICML. What is the ICML (International Council for Machinery Lubrication)?

It is a neutral, non-profit organization that was created to facilitate the development of lubrication techniques for corporate machinery. Through a variety of activities, the ICML makes it possible to evaluate individual lubrication and oil analysis skills.

The MLT certification examinations will be available the day after the 3 day course.

To register for the examination or for more information, visit the following site: www.lubecouncil.org

GENERAL OBJECTIVE: To acquire the fundamental principles of lubrication in order to develop better practices.

INTENDED FOR: Industrial maintenance technicians, managers and engineers who are interested in learning lubrication techniques and establishing an effective lubrication program.

LENGHT: 3 days *Optional exam. Additional charges apply.

CONTENT: Theoretical training supported by demonstrations.  Training based on actual cases that encourage discussion among participants

DOCUMENTATION: A document of the training is given to each participant. PowerPoint presentation.