Introduction to CBM and PdM 5&9/04/18
Another excellent two days spent up in the North East at Nissan UK Sunderland production plant.
It's always good if a client invites you back a second time to deliver training, when you return for a fourth and fifth time you know that you are adding value to their business.
Training Maintenance Engineers, Apprentices and Trainees at Nissan is always a pleasure as all the groups I have trained are very positive and open to learning new ways of thinking and methods of working.
Introduction to Condition Based Maintenance and Predictive Maintenance, I have developed this as a great way of getting from zero to a basic understanding of my Top 5 PdM technologies along with RCM as a tool to target the right maintenance at the right asset at the right time.
Based on my experience in industry, light on theory and heavy on the practicalities it outlines the why, what, when, where and who of implementing a PdM program around their existing maintenance practices.
Shares the strategy of using Reliability Centred Maintenance practices to get the best out of a predictive maintenance approach and supports the existing systems already in place.
Part of the day is practical with up to six attendees using and understanding the constraints of three or four predictive tools including vibration, ultrasound, thermography, acoustic emission and tribology. This can sometimes highlight anomalies that were either suspected or disprove assumptions that were considered truths.
Very much looking forward to supporting Nissan UK later on this year with their reliability program.
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