Until further notice, AMRRI will be providing Live Web-Based Training and Certification Preparation for Lubrication Technicians and Lubricant Analysts seeking MLT1 or MLA1 status via Live
AMRRI's Live Web-Based Training Courses will occur every other week, and will be scheduled to occur on Monday through Thursday. Click here to register for a class!
Condition Monitoring Assessment & Oil Analysis Training Programs
AMRRI’s condition monitoring program, Fluid Forensics, is not a traditional oil analysis program. Instead, the test slates, test frequencies, and targets are established based on equipment criticality, failure modes, and the customers’ reliability objectives. This helps to drive an effective and efficient program resulting in fewer missed opportunities and false alarms.
We provide condition monitoring management with a snapshot of the current cost of machine lubrication effectiveness and reliability engineering with the details to make corrective actions. The evaluation and recommendations for each piece of equipment are very specific and allow the customer to achieve maximum benefits from the oil analysis program.
AMRRI can also assist with KPI monitoring and reporting which ensures that no action or problem machine/sample “slips through the cracks”.
What is condition monitoring?
Condition monitoring (CM) is the process of monitoring a parameter of condition in machinery (such as vibration, temperature, etc.), in order to predict and /or identify a change that may indicate a fault or need for mechanical repair. Condition monitoring is a very important component of predictive machinery maintenance.