Course: Design of the Plant Lubrication Program (PLP)
The entire course concentrates on defining the competency framework of plant lubrication, the design of the most appropriate practices, control of the tasks and the improvements implemented.
Around 75% of the industrial plants in our territory lack a lubrication program. The vast majority of the activities related to lubrication are performed on a one-off basis without a clear objective. Storage of lubricants, analysis of oil, regreasing and many more tasks often provide no benefits unless they are carried out within a previously defined framework.
In-depth knowledge of the specific needs of each industrial plant is necessary to improve this aspect of maintenance, and the design of a program involves taking all the areas where lubrication plays a key role into account.
Defining the functions required of lubricants in the plant
Defining the physical-chemical requirements of lubricants in the plant
Defining the required control tools
Determining the control objectives
Control of the properties of the lubricants in service
Defining the scope of the lubrication program
Management of the lubrication program
Lubrication indicators and metrics
Duration: 2 workdays
Price: 1.850€ (21% VAT not included). The price includes lunch, coffee and documentation
Optional: ½ day of additional preparation for the MLA III certificate: € 395 supplement.
The following are the access requirements for this course:
Valid MLA II Certification
At least 5 years experience in industrial maintenance and/or lubrication
Persons in charge of the design, management and control of industrial maintenance programs in which lubrication plays an active part
Heads of maintenance
Persons in charge of maintenance of industrial plants
Course content and schedule
Management areas and indicators
Fundamentals of oil analysis
Design of the oil analysis program
Analysis of fluid properties
Pollution control and proactive maintenance
Detection of failures and wear particle analysis
Field inspections – basic care of machinery
Options of in situ analysis of oil
Case study workshop
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