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Lubrication Awareness Online

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$ 279.00
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Description

When implementing a lubrication program, it’s important to have as many people as possible to understand the basics of lubricants, lubrication and contamination control. Having everyone on the same page is important to the success of a lubrication program.

This course provides an overview of how lubricants work and many elements that are important to an effective lubrication program. Students will learn why lubricants should be cared for as an important asset and why lubricating machinery correctly is critical. Use this course as standardized training across your organization and for bringing new hires up-to-speed.

Course Topics

  • Maintenance and Machine Reliability
  • Tribology, Wear and Viscosity
  • Base Oils and Additives
  • Grease Fundamentals
  • Lubricating Oil: Application Methods
  • Lubrication Grease: Application Methods
  • Lubrication Application: Electric Motors
  • Particle Contamination
  • Water Contamination
  • Contamination Control
  • Oil Drains, Flushing and Reservoir Management
  • Lube Room, Handling, Storage and Management of Lubricants
  • Field Inspections

Instructor:

 Noria's Technical Consultants

Course Length:

3 hours

License:

1 seat x 365 days*

*When you purchase an online training course, you are purchasing a 1-seat license for 365 days from the date of purchase. Only one person may view the training materials. The seat license is not based on concurrent connections and may not be shared by other users. Only one person will receive a Noria certificate of completion for the course (this is not the same as an ICML certification).

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