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Learn How To Unlock The Full Potential Of

An Oil Analysis Program In These


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You Will Learn How To:
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Pull oil samples for optimum results
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If yours is like many companies, you may already be winging your way around oil
analysis, perhaps trying to predict failures or just basing oil drains on your oil analysis report
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Who Should
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All Maintenance Professionals
Laboratory Analysts
Vibration Instrument Specialists
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Engineers
Lubrication Technicians and
Engineers
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Maintenance Supervisors
Equipment Operators
Operations Managers
Reliability Engineers
Predictive Maintenance
Technicians
What Industries
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If You Use Any Of
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Gearboxes
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Rolling Mills
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Paper Machines
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Blowers/Fans
Process Pumps
Gas Turbines
Steam Turbines
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How often should I
use oil analysis?
Where is the best place to
pull an oil sample?
What are all these numbers I
see on my oil analysis report?
How clean should I keep
my oil and what kind of
lter should I use?
What are the best
cost-reducing strategies
using oil analysis?
What steps can I take to
ensure that I get a good oil
sample each time?
How do I know if I should occasionally
sweeten my oil with additives?
What are the secrets to
catching bearing faults with
wear debris analysis?
Are there any good field tests
for oil that dont involve
expensive instruments?
How do I determine the
remaining useful life of my oil?
What are the
5
most
important things I
should look for on my
oil analysis report? 5
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A large steel mill wanted to make every machine ready for easy oil sampling. After install-
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reports. After investigating, it found that each of the new sampling ports was installed in
the wrong location.
A company that had been using oil analysis for several years wondered why it was never
able to detect pending bearing failures. After a bearing failure shut down production for
more than a day, it discovered that the oil analysis tests being conducted were not capa-
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Develop Rapid-Fire Troubleshooting Skills!
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learned. Get the answers.
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Whats Different About This Training?
Plenty. For starters, you wont be listening to someone lecture on textbook
theories. Instead, youll get a lot of straight-shooting advice from a seasoned
professional, an authority on oil analysis and a dynamic speaker with years
of experience.
These courses throw useless trivia out the window and get right to the meat of
what you need to know. Youll get the most important, up-to-date information
that will be invaluable to your oil analysis program.
Presentation slides are full-color and high-quality, making the information easy to comprehend and remember.
Oil Analysis
Course Outline
Level I
4
How Lubrication Affects Machine
Reliability
The causes of machine failure
Understanding the importance of
choosing the right maintenance
strategy
How to identify which strategy is cur-
rently being used in your plant
Recognize how your current mainte-
nance strategy impacts protability
Effective lubrication strategies that
prevent failure
Differentiate when to apply preventive,
proactive and predictive maintenance
Understand the value of predictive
technologies
The Fundamentals of Tribology
The six components of a tribologi-
cal system and their importance to
reliability
Six important functions of lubricants
The fundamental relationship between
speed, load and viscosity
How friction is generated and the im-
pact of wear in lubricated machinery
Lubricant Fundamentals
The three lubricant lm types and
the importance of lm thickness and
critical clearances
How kinematic and absolute viscosity
are measured
The impact of temperature when de-
termining viscosity selection for your
machine
What causes oil viscosity to change
Viscosity index and more than 10
characteristics that impact lubricant
selection
How oils and greases are formulated
and why it is important
Understand the difference between
mineral, synthetic and vegetable base
oils and when to use each
Seven important physical properties of
a base oil
The importance of the APIs ve base
oil categories
When to select one of the six most
commonly used synthetic lubricants
and how they differ from mineral
bases
How to interpret ISO, SAE viscosity
grades and make the right choice for
your application
Lubricant performance tests and re-
porting what you need to know
Key Lubricant Additives
The three important roles of an ad-
ditive and how they work to increase
lubricant effectiveness
Eight key additives that enhance
lubricant performance and when to
choose the right one for your ma-
chines needs
Grease Lubricants
How to select grease thickeners for
your application
How to avoid potential compatibility
and performance challenges with More
than 13 different types of thickeners
Understand the advantages and dis-
advantages with grease lubrication
Using the NLGI to choose the right
grease
What causes grease to dry out and 18
ways to prevent it
Food-grade and Environment-friendly
Lubricants
Important requirements and gov-
ernment regulations for food-grade
lubricants
What you need to know about food-
grade additives, base oils and grease
thickeners
Guidelines for food-grade lubricants
Lubricant Application
A basic overview of lubrication consid-
erations based on machine type
How environmental and operational
inuences affect the lubricant
selection process
Journal and Bearing Application
The eight most common journal bear-
ing lubrication problems
How to select journal bearing viscosity
based on speed and load factors
Rolling-element Bearing Lubricants
The nine critical factors affecting
rolling-element bearing lubricant
selection
How to convert required operating
temperature viscosity to ISO viscosity
grades
Gear Lubricants
Five key requirements for gear oil
How to select the best viscosity for a
gear lubricant
10 conditions that may require syn-
thetic gear lubricants
Lubrication best-practices checklist for
enclosed and open gears
Compressor Lubricants
Steps you can take right now to com-
bat compressor lubricant failure
The most common compressor lubri-
cant stressors
When to use synthetic compressor
lubricants and why
Steam and Gas Turbine Lubricants
Comparing steam and gas turbine
oils how they differ
Checklist for best-practice steam tur-
bine lubrication
Hydraulic Fluids
How to select the ideal hydraulic uid
viscosity for gear, vane and piston
pumps
Nine key hydraulic uid requirements
and why they matter
Specic conditions that may require a
synthetic hydraulic uid
Fire-resistant hydraulic uids what
you need to know
Hydraulic system maintenance best
practices 21-point checklist
Lubricating Oil Application Methods
Overview of oil lubrication methods
and devices
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How to use oil mist and other auto-
matic lubrication methods
Using pressure spray methods for
gearboxes
How to protect against problems
caused by constant-level oilers
Overview of single-point direct lubrica-
tion systems
Lubricating Grease Application
Methods
Advantages and disadvantages of
centralized lubrication systems
Best practices for greasing motor
bearings
How to control pressure when greasing
bearings
The unique problems caused by
over-greasing specic steps to elim-
inate
Three critical instructions to give your
electric motor rebuild shop
Comparing single- and multi-point
lubrication options
How to calculate greasing intervals
and quantity
Best practices for ultrasonic/sonic-based
greasing
Contamination Control
Strategies for building reliability
through contamination control
The seven most destructive contami-
nants and how to control them
Know the factors that contribute to
lubricant failure
Understand the thermal and oxidation
process, its effects on lubricants and
additives
Recognize what causes lubricant deg-
radation
Recognize the byproducts of lubricant
failure and wear debris
Distinguish the specic test that mea-
sures the forms of lubricant degrada-
tion and wear debris monitoring
Interpret data to set alarms and limits
based upon test results
The ISO Solid Contaminant Code
understand it, track it
10 ways to get more mileage out of
portable lter carts
How dirt, metal particles and soot me-
chanically destroy machine surfaces
Guidelines for controlling machine
surface fatigue and extending machine
life
The No.1 cause of machine wear and
how to manage it
Best practices for excluding and
removing contaminants for extending
machine life
The right way to control contamination
in tanks and sumps
How oil lters are rated
Calculating the clean-up rate for por-
table lters
Best practices for removing water con-
tamination from oil
Storing, Handling and Managing
Lubricants
How to set up a world-class lube room
How to know when to reject a new oil
delivery
How to optimize your lubricant selec-
tion and procurement process
Used lubricant storage, handling and
disposal best practices
Bulk lubricant storage dos and donts
Best practices for the maintenance of
grease guns and ttings
Guidelines for storing and handling
drums
Lubricant dispensing options and what
you must avoid
Lubricant coding and identication sys-
tems what works and what doesnt
Portable oil transfer and lter cart
selection advice
How and where to store oil transfer
and lter carts
Understanding and managing lubri-
cant storage life-oil and grease stock
rotation principles
Used Oil Sampling and Analysis
Fundamentals
What oil analysis can tell you
Application, types and categories of
oil analysis that assure lubrication
effectiveness
Learn industry best practices for oil
sampling, including valve and hard-
ware recommendations
Develop a sampling procedure that
identies machines to sample, sample
locations and frequency
How clean should your sample bottles
be?
Quick methods for optimizing sam-
pling intervals
Advice for sampling hard-to-reach
machines
How to properly sample circulating
systems
Safe, effective high-pressure sampling
from hydraulic systems
Select from more than 15 different oil
analysis tests to nd the right data
Learn which oil sampling methods can
ruin your trending data
Essential Field Inspections
12 questions your oil lter will answer
about your machine
Visual inspections you can get big
results from right now
Quick tips for using all your senses to
inspect lubricants
Design and Inspect for Lube
Excellence
World-class strategies for accessorizing
equipment for lubrication excellence
Seven critical accessories for lubricant
inspection and sampling
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Oil Analysis
Course Outline
Level II
Our Approach
We go to great efforts not to overcomplicate the course material. You will leave
with the feeling of This isnt so hard. I can do it. We wont overwhelm you or try
to impress you with our skill. We want you to be impressed with your own skill by
the time you leave.
Our approach and materials are drawn from years of experience in the eld. We
base our training on a realistic hands-on approach to oil analysis. All of our
materials are based on well-documented research and eld proven principles.
We continually improve our training courses based on trainee
suggestions and feedback. Our goal is to make our courses
as user-friendly and complete as possible.
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Training
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World-class Maintenance Philosophies
Five prevailing features of world-class
maintenance programs
The 80:20 rule for maintenance
Three successful elements of a CBM
program
Introduction to Machinery Lubrication
Oil formulation and its importance in
effective machinery lubrication
Six key functions of lubricating oils
Three primary lubrication regimes
Introduction to base oils and additives
Choosing the correct base stock
Conditions that dictate the use of
synthetic oils
Antioxidant additives and their role in
oil life
Dispersants and detergents the key to
controlling soot
Controlling wear with additive
chemistry
Oil Analysis Fundamentals
Interpreting the language your oil is
speaking
Prevailing myths about oil analysis
Common applications for sampling
and analysis
Three categories of oil analysis
Oil Sampling The Very Best Practices
11 elements of a successful oil analysis
program
How clean should sample bottles be?
How to nd the best sampling locations
Sampling valves and hardware recom-
mendations
A quick method for optimizing sam-
pling intervals
The importance of primary and
secondary sampling points
How to properly sample circulating
systems
Safe, effective high-pressure sampling
from hydraulic systems
Best practices for sampling splash-,
collar and ring-lubricated systems
Fluid Properties Analysis
Four common root causes of oil
degradation
Recognizing and controlling oil
oxidation
Monitoring lubricant degradation using
acid number
Monitoring lubricant health using FTIR
Determining oil life using RPVOT
Recognizing and controlling thermal
failure
How to recognize additive depletion or
degradation
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3M
Air Products
Akzo Nobel
Alabama Power
Alcoa
Ameren
Arco
BHP Copper
BP Amoco
Bristol Myers
Boeing
Boise Cascade
Borg Warner
Cargill
Castrol
Caterpillar
Centralia Mining
Chevron
Citgo
Clopay
ConocoPhillips
Destec Energy
Detroit Edison
Dow Chemical
Dow Corning
Duke Power
DuPont
Eastman Kodak
Eli Lilly
Entergy
ExxonMobil
First Energy
Florida Power
Ford Motor Co.
Formosa Plastics
General Electric
General Motors
Geneva Steel
Georgia Pacic
Georgia Power
Goodyear
Great Lakes Chemical
Harley-Davidson
HB Zachry
Holcim
Intel
Houston Metro
Transit
International Paper
John Deere
Kinder Morgan
Koch Industries
LaFarge Canada
Lockheed Martin
Lukens Steel
M&M Mars
MillerCoors
Michelin
Nova Chemicals
Owens Corning
Oxy Chemical
Pacic Gas &
Electric
Peabody Energy
PPG Industries
Procter & Gamble
Reliant Energy
Rio Tinto
Seattle Times
Seminole Electric
Shell Oil
Southern Companies
Sun Company
Temple-Inland
Texaco
Texas Instruments
Texas Utilities
U.S. Army
U.S. Navy
U.S. Postal Service
Via Rail Canada
Westinghouse
Weyerhaeuser
Whirlpool
Wyeth
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Using paper chromatography (blotter
spot test) to detect additive and base oil
degradation
Four ways to detect the addition of
wrong oil
Contamination Control and
Proactive Maintenance
Seven common contaminants
Oil cleanliness and oil life extension
benets
Using the ISO Solid Contamination
Code
Proactive maintenance in three easy
steps
Case studies for proactive maintenance
Oil lter and breather recommenda-
tions
Portable ltration carts three ways to
use them
Setting targets for oil cleanliness
Detecting and controlling moisture
contamination
Selecting moisture removal/ltration
methods
The effects of heat on lubricants
Controlling air entrainment and foam
Glycol contamination
Dealing with soot
Understanding fuel contamination
Fault Detection and Wear
Particle Analysis
How wear metals are measured using
RDE and ICP spectrometers
Measuring larger particles with rotrode
lter spectroscopy
Using ferrous density to determine the
severity of a wear problem
Using analytical ferrography for ad-
vanced fault detection
Using ferrography for root cause
analysis
Four primary sources of friction in
lubricated machinery
The 10 wear mechanisms that reduce
machine life
The most common wear modes in
plain, rolling element and thrust
bearings
Understanding gear wear
Understanding wear in hydraulic
systems
Instrument free onsite tests
How to inspect vents and breathers
Tips for effective sight glass inspection
Getting valuable information from used
lters
Inspecting reservoirs for clues about
lube trouble
Scenting lubricants to nd problems
Getting visual clues from the oil sample
before mailing it out
Getting into particle analysis for less than $100
Turn your kitchen blender into a test for
demulsibility and foam tendency
Screening for water with a simple
hot plate
How an unwanted business card can
reveal oil degradation
Interactive Case Studies Workshop
Individual and group participation in
problem-solving exercises
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Oil Analysis
Course Outline
Base Oil Fundamentals
How mineral base oil groups compare on nine criteria
How synthetic oils compare to mineral oils
Advantages and disadvantages of common synthetic
lubricants
How wear and friction control additives work
The role of fatty acids, AW and EP lubrication lms
Understanding and Analyzing Machine Wear
16 factors that cause changes in wear debris
concentrations
Effects of water on bearings
31 factors leading to abnormal engine wear
How to enhance the detection of abnormal wear
particle trends
One simple technique to help you detect faults earlier
Review of technologies used to analyze wear debris
Particle size sensitivities of wear particle technologies
Comparison of laboratory emission spectrometers
How wear particle size inuences spectrometric analysis
How to determine the severity of a wear problem
How to evaluate lock-step trends
How to normalize for makeup oil
Potential sources of metals in oil
Best applications for elemental analysis of wear metals
Advantages and disadvantages of analytical ferrography
How ltergrams compare to ferrograms
How to characterize particle composition by visual
inspection
Shape features of common wear particles
Common machine wear mechanisms and how to
identify them
11 sources of spherical wear particles and how to
identify them
How to recognize wear zones in gearing
Integrating Oil Analysis with Vibration Analysis
Failure detection zones of oil vs. vibration analysis
Where oil and vibration analysis overlap
Strengths and weaknesses of oil and vibration analysis on
detecting 13 machine problems
Combining vibration with wear debris analysis for bearing
failure analysis
Fluid Properties Analysis
How viscosity index impacts an oils ability to lubricate
Best practices for onsite viscosity analysis
Four root causes of oxidation and why they are important
The role of antioxidants and how they work
Five indicators of oil oxidation
How to measure oxidation stability
How acid numbers trend with different types of oils
Machine diagnostics using neutralization numbers
Detecting base oil oxidation with FTIR
Strengths and weaknesses of FTIR
How sludge and varnish are formed and how to detect them
Recommendations for a new lubricant testing plan
Additive Depletion
14 ways additives are depleted from oil
How to detect depletion of 10 common additives
How to nd the additive date on an oil analysis report
Contamination Analysis
Five ways to count and size particles
Monitoring dust and dirt contamination by elemental
analysis
Tests for high soot load and fuel contamination
How defoamants work and how they are depleted
16 water ingression sources
Six additives that are attacked by water contamination and
results of each
Machine effects of water-related problems
Review of water detection technologies
How to detect glycol in crankcase oil
Grease Analysis
Methods for sampling grease
Common used grease tests and what they measure
7 grease performance concerns and how to test
How grease properties change due to incompatible
mixtures
Onsite Oil Analysis Options
How to integrate onsite with offsite oil analysis
How to prepare a lter patch for particle contamination
assessment
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Review of onsite viscometry, FTIR
and particle counter options
Small, medium and large budgets
for an onsite lab: what to buy
Tips for designing an onsite lab
space
Designing an Oil Analysis Program
How to select candidate machines
for oil analysis
Four steps to optimizing inter-
val-based oil changes
Considerations for condition-based
oil changes
Factors inuencing oil sampling
frequencies
Tips on working with an offsite lab
Five applications for goal-based
limits
How aging limits signal the ap-
proaching end of useful oil life
Four applications for rate-of-
change limits
Interpreting elemental trends using
level limits
CostBenet Analysis
Seven cost-saving areas for quanti-
fying benets
Estimating the value of a predictive
maintenance save
Estimating annual savings per ma-
chine
Three project evaluation decision
tools
How to track your program: lubri-
cation KPIs
Get Answers
to These and
All Your
Questions About
Oil Analysis!
How often should I use oil analysis?
Where is the best place to get an oil
sample?
What are the benets and draw-
backs of screening oil samples
before sending them to my lab?
How clean should I keep my oil and
what type of lter should I use?
What are all these numbers I see on
my oil analysis report?
How do I know which oil analysis
lab is right for me?
How do I set caution and critical
alarms for wear metals and addi-
tives?
What steps can I take to ensure that
I get a good sample each time?
How do I determine the remaining
useful life of my oil?
How do I know if I should occasion-
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During a 38-year tenure with
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