“I thought Mike did a very good job facilitating discussion amongst the class. Instructor was hands down the most knowledgeable presenter I have dealt with in a very long time.” – Brian, Hibbing, MN

“This course opened my eyes to a lot of misconceptions and easy best practices that could greatly enhance machine life and reliability.” – Chris, Tulsa, OK

“Mike was a great instructor and kept the students involved with the right combination of course material, personality and breaks. – Keith, Houston, TX

“If you don’t have any key mechanical people from your organization attend this training, you are missing the boat.” – Michael, Houston, TX

“Attending this course has been an eye opener on how I can do things differently and optimize how we can do things in our lube department.” – Roy, Hibbing, MN

“Great class to shine a light where not many people look and can improve machine reliability tremendously.  Looking forward to implementing ideas and practices back at the plant.” – Kyle

“The implications of machine health play a large role in the success of production. This course is a guide to allow businesses to be more successful.” – Joe

“We put three of our folks through your MLT1, web-based training course a couple of months ago.
Among the many things they are doing with their new knowledge, they have been taking oil samples for analysis, and reviewing the results. The team immediately found over a million dollars worth of gearboxes were at risk with low viscosity oil.  The class paid for itself, in days, with just that one facet of your training – thank you!”  – Justin

“After nearly 30 years in the metalworking/maintenance/supervisory fields, I have learned more in a 4 day class than in my years of experience.” – Michael

“AMRRI(s) MLT/MLA Level I class will prepare you for your MLT test!”  – Dillon

I had Mike and his team build a complete route based lube plan for LSR including implementation of the LUBE-IT software package and handhelds for route administration. They did excellent work and it was a pleasure working with the team.”  – Bob