Advanced Rotating Equipment Maintenance and Reliability

Many organizations have come to realize that 60% of maintenance costs are spent on equipment wear, tear, and failure. Huge potential for improvement lies in optimizing rotating equipment, maintenance, and reliability. Also, as a result of the looming economic downturn, reducing the maintenance cost of processing operations is now at the top of the agenda for many plants. Equipment life can be improved even without spending large amounts of money to avoid the replacement of critical equipment.

Salvo Global’s 3-day intensive course on “Advanced Rotating Equipment Maintenance and Reliability” will provide delegates with practical, cost-effective methods that can be applied to their current operations that aim to improve rotating equipment service life.

Guidelines & or Case Studies development of a list of works, actions, and strategies to create and sustain RE integrity and Reliability excellence.

Top Learning Objectives

  • Apply key elements of Reliability Centered Maintenance to your Rotating Equipment Maintenance
  • Learn how to calculate reliability for different failure profiles
  • Discover the anomalies and the failure modes of rotating equipment
  • Systematically analyses and conduct Failure Mode, Effect, and Criticality Analysis to identify the criticality of assets, prioritize tasks and apply the correct techniques
  • Understand how the correct maintenance strategies and techniques will improve the availability of the rotating equipment
  • Discover how to implement and manage an effective vibration-monitoring program
  • Learn how to implement best practices in lubrication, alignment, and balancing
  • Review the physics of equipment failure patterns and maintenance effect on reliability and know thoroughly how maintenance influences equipment performance
  • Increase awareness and understanding of root cause failure analysis (RCFA) by relating its step-by-step process with a live case study

Who Should Attend?

This masterclass is very relevant to technical managers, engineers, and professionals who handle and are responsible for their organizations’ rotating equipment as well as the overall smooth operations and processes of their organizations’ plants, assets, and machinery. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintenance & Operation Engineers
  • Rotating Equipment Engineers
  • Condition Monitoring Technician
  • Maintenance Planning & Scheduling
  • Project & Construction Engineers
  • Plant Engineers
  • Manufacturing Engineers
  • Production Engineers
  • Technical Engineers
  • Process Engineers & Designers
  • Engineering Consultants
  • Mechanical Engineers, Project Engineers
  • System Designers – Process Engineers
  • Vibration Specialists
  • Balancing Specialists
  • Instrumentation Engineers

From the following industries:

  • Power
  • Utilities
  • Oil & Gas
  • Mining
  • Manufacturing
  • Chemicals and Petrochemicals
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • FMCG
  • Aviation
  • Automotive
  • Agriculture
  • Support Services
  • Engineering Consultancies

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“Great course, and expertly delivered. I enjoyed the learning experience very much. I am glad I signed up for it. Many thanks for the good experience“

Chief Engineer, Argyll GTS