Aug 28 2017 to Aug 31 2017

McNeese State University
ETL 111 - 500 Beauregard Drive
Lake Charles LA

Jan 29 2018 to Feb 1 2018

McNeese State University
TBD
Lake Charles LA
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Introduction to Vibration Analysis – ISO Category I

Aug 28-31, 2017 McNeese State University - Lake Charles, LA

Jan 29- Feb 1, 2018  McNeese State University - Lake Charles, LA

In our Introduction to Vibration Analysis course, learn how to establish a vibration condition monitoring program, as well as begin to understand the fundamentals of vibration signature analysis. This class is intended for maintenance technicians and engineers who want an introductory course in condition monitoring using vibration analysis.

The course follows Category I Guidelines established by ISO 18436-2, “Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machine – Requirements for training and certification of personnel – Part 2: Vibration condition monitoring and diagnostics.”

Introduction to Vibration Analysis Course Objectives:

• Understand vibration frequency and amplitude
• Understand vibration units of measure and signal detection
• Read basic FFT spectra in linear, log and decibel scales
• Recognize various vibration sensors, mounting methods and instrumentation
• Compare overall or single value vibration measurements against preestablished alert settings
• Understand the application of basic FFT signature analysis
• Become familiar with general machine theory and basic maintenance action for pumps, fans, compressors, gearboxes, machine tools, structures and piping, mills, rolls.

 

Optional Category l - ISO Certification Exams

ISO Accredited Certification through the Vibration Institute requires 32 hours of formal training or independent study, six months experience and examination. This Category l exam is an additional $250 and administered the morning after the last day of class. Please note the ISO exam application and approval from the Vibration Institute must be completed 20 days prior to the exam date.

 

Introduction to Vibration Analysis