Regional predictive maintenance workshops

Course description

SKF invites you to participate in our regional workshops. These one-day condensed workshops focus on both dynamic and static instrumentation. The attendee will benefit from the curriculum by developing a good understanding of how both technologies influence predictive maintenance. The courses have been designed to provide a good mix of technical motor theory and hands-on. Learn both software and hardware techniques to benefit your predictive maintenance and motor repair mechanisms.

Course objectives

This course is designed to improve the reliability and efficiency of plant maintenance activities. Attendees will be introduced to the comprehensive benefits of monitoring electric motors for process issues along with understanding the power of static testing. Participants will also obtain a better understanding of the cost savings benefits of these instruments on minimizing unscheduled downtime.


  • Static motor theory
  • Testing methods
  • Failure modes
  • Insulation systems
  • Recommended tests and voltage requirements
  • Dynamic motor theory
  • Power condition
  • Motor performance
  • Motor condition
  • Energy assessment
  • Motor load

Analyze and interpret data effectively

Learn to use the latest software to analyze data collected from electric motors.


The location of these regional 1-day courses vary per year.

To sign up, contact Jenny Ray at (970) 282-1200 or 1-800-752-8272.
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