Training for electric motor testing
Optimal plant operation and rebuild accuracy are among the most common objectives of maintenance and motor shop personnel. SKF motor theory basics and technology training courses offer more than traditional equipment training programs. These courses enable maintenance and motor shop professional to produce results from electrical motor programs that optimize plant and shop operation. These programs emphasize overall knowledge of motor theory coupled with basic and advanced operational knowledge of testing equipment. When completed, users of SKF electric motor test equipment have the ability to:
Learn testing techniques that ensure motor reliability, increasing plant efficiency or decreasing motor shop warranty work.
Make informed decisions
Learn how to acquire data that becomes the foundation for fact-based maintenance management.
Become proficient at troubleshooting
Understanding basic motor theory and the reasons that motors fail increases the maintenance professional's ability to find problems quickly and return rotating equipment to service.
Extend maintenance intervals through increased knowledge
Knowing motor conditions plant-wide enables maintenance professionals the ability to time maintenance intervals to suit process watch lists.
Avoid costly downtime
Motor failure costs industries hundreds of thousands of dollars or more each year. Learn the techniques and obtain valuable information to detect motor problems prior to failure, avoiding costly downtime.
Increase efficiency of critical equipment
Businesses own equipment that is critical to their unique processes. Ensuring these machines' reliability is paramount to profitability of the plant. Obtain the knowledge necessary to understand the health of critical equipment.
We have a variety of training courses held at a variety of locations - at our facility, across the country or we can bring the course to you!
SKF USA-Fort Collins Training Facility
SKF offers scheduled traditional classroom courses in the United States at the Fort Collins, Colorado location throughout the year. Classes at the Fort Collins location include all course materials, most meals and lodging for the duration of the course.
SKF offers a condensed version of training courses regionally across the country at various locations and times. If there is not a course scheduled in your region, or if you have several plant locations in a certain area, we can usually arrange a regional course at an SKF location in your part of the country.
All courses can be held on-site in your plant at a mutually convenient schedule. On-site training brings the instructor expertise and all materials into your plant so that you see applications directly on your equipment.
Level I Static Motor Testing
March 14-17, 2017
October 17-20, 2017
Level II Static Motor Testing
April 4-7, 2017
Level I Dynamic Motor Monitoring
February 21-24, 2017
July 11-14, 2017
Level II Dynamic Motor Monitoring
Prerequisite: Level I Dynamic Motor Monitoring
May 9-12, 2017
September 19-22, 2017