BINDT Accredited vibration analysis training from SKF

Setting the world standard for reliability instruction

Is your vibration analysis world-class?

No matter how methodically your team collects and analyses vibration data, if your methods do not conform to international standards, then you are not doing all you can to optimise plant performance. In today’s increasingly competitive, global business environment, ISO standards are rightly recognised as de facto standards for quality. The companies that employ them are increasing their competitive edge, both in perception, and in reality.
Making sure your team is collecting and analysing data according to ISO standards will help ensure your condition monitoring pays multiple dividends. SKF can help make it happen.

SKF – the world’s first global company to develop ISO 18436 vibration analysis courses

SKF is a global Accredited Training Organisation (ATO), registered with the British Institute of Non Destructive Testing (BINDT) as per ISO 18436 requirements, which covers training related to condition monitoring and diagnostics of machines.

BINDT is an accredited certifying body in accordance with ISO/IEC 17024 offering personnel certification against criteria set out in international and European standards through the Personal Certification in Non Destructive Testing (PCN) Certification Scheme. BINDT has developed a programme for the certification of competence of personnel engaged in various condition monitoring disciplines in accordance with ISO 18436-1, including vibration analysis as specified in ISO 18436-2.

BINDT Certified training on vibration analysis – Category 1

Compliant to BINDT CM GEN Appendix D PCN Certification Scheme. Certification to category 1 will provide evidence of qualification and competence for individuals to perform vibration analysis measurements and analysis using appropriate sensors and equipment.
Suitable for:

Personnel wishing to achieve PCN
certification in vibration analysis
category 1. Enabling qualification to
perform single-channel machinery
vibration measurements according to
established procedures.

Target group:
Application Engineer, Condition Monitoring Engineer /
Technician, Design Engineer,
Maintenance Engineer / Manager /
Supervisor, Reliability Engineer / Manager /
Supervisor
Course objectives:
  • Operate portable instrumentation on pre-assigned or pre-programmed routes
  • Acquire readings from permanently installed instrumentation
  • Input results into a database and download sampling routes from a computer
  • Conduct testing under steady-state operating conditions following predefined procedures
  • Compare overall or single value vibration measurements against pre-established alert settings
  • Verify integrity of collected data; prevent or control poor data
  • Evaluate and report test results in accordance with instructions; highlight areas for further investigation

Course content:

1 Course introduction

–SKF reliability systems
–SKF’s AEO model for training
–Course objectives

2 Basics of condition based maintenance

–Principles of condition monitoring
–Maintenance philosophies
–The condition based maintenance cycle
–Condition monitoring decisions
–What machinery do I monitor?
–What type of monitoring do I perform on the selected machines?
–What measurements do I perform?
–How often do I measure?
–Root cause analysis and correction
–Review

3 Introduction to vibration

–Introduction
–Principles of vibration-based condition monitoring
–Vibration spectrum
–Relationship between velocity,acceleration and displacement
–Examples
–Choosing the right measurement parameter
–Defining FFT spectral parameters
–Review

4 Vibration instrumentation

–Vibration measurement
–Sensor mounting methods
–Economics of monitoring systems
–Instrumentation for vibration condition monitoring
–Review

5 Machinery vibration characteristics

–The analysis process
–Analyzing typical machinery problems
–Analyzing application specific machinery problems
–Analyzing specific driving or driven units
–Vibration acceptance levels
–Review

6 Test planning and procedures

–Test planning
–Test procedures
–Tables

7 Equipment knowledge

–Introduction
–Electric motors: Generators and drives pumps
–Fans
–Steam turbines and gas turbines
–Compressors
–Reciprocating machinery
–Rolling mills
–Paper mills
–Machine tools
–Structures and piping
–Rolling element bearings
–Bearing features
–Bearing capabilities
–Journal bearings
–Gearing
–Belt driven machinery
Course schedule:

Location             Date 

Pune                    11-15 July,2016, 14-18 November,2016 6-10 March,2017

Course information:

Duration: 5 Days
Course Fee: ₹ 65,000/- plus Service tax (per participant)
Max. Participation: 20
Course fees includes lodging and boarding facility.
Examination Fees (optional):₹ 22,000/- (per participant)
Max. Participation: 12

To know more about BINDT Training Program, contact:
Rahul Deshpande

Tel: +91-98235 63077
Email: Rahul.E.Deshpande@skf.com, Enquiries@skf.com
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