Machinery Monitoring and Diagnostics

Cary - North Carolina - US
Reliability Training
Public Course
Day 1 Time: 
08:00 am ~ 05:00 pm
Day 2 Time: 
08:00 am ~ 05:00 pm
Day 3 Time: 
08:00 am ~ 05:00 pm
Training Venue: 
Kellogg Facility
1 Quality Lane
Cary, NC 27513

For Kellogg  employees ONLY

** This a Machinery Monitoring and Diagnostics Course provided by Snell Infrared and sponsored by Kellogg for their employees.

Please contact Bobby Fisher – [email protected] for more information or to register.

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Our training programs have been specifically developed to provide continuing efforts to help improve maintenance and reliability within your facility by teaching PRACTICAL applications. The MMAAD course is perfectly suited for reliability engineers, maintenance mechanics/technicians, maintenance supervisors, and plant engineers. We can help prepare your plant crew to locate, address, and prevent failures in equipment and assets.

Upon completion of the course, participants will demonstrate the ability to select and apply condition monitoring & diagnostic tools for expected damage mechanisms and perform a comprehensive visual assessment of machinery installation and installation design. You will collect meaningful data using commonly available diagnostic tools, assess diagnostic data with commonly accepted alarm limits from applicable codes, standards, and specifications, and evaluate the condition and diagnostic data utilizing ATS diagnostic methodology. Students learn to prioritize, report, and execute corrective actions for machinery defects.

This reliability training course is instructed by reliability professionals in both public classroom settings and private on-site. Continuing Education: 24 PDH credits.

The Machinery Monitoring & Diagnostics course provides engineers, mechanics, technicians, operators, and supervisors the knowledge and skills required to accurately identify, prioritize and correct the most common causes of machinery failure. Learn from our experience with over 1000 failed pieces of industrial and commercial equipment. Course attendees will learn and practice monitoring and diagnostic techniques on motorized test stands.