Course Description

Machinery Lubrication II (ML II) covers advanced lubrication topics like lubricant selection, troubleshooting, predictive maintenance and more. Professionals who already understand the benefits and potential in excellent lubrication practices will greatly benefit from the “big picture” aspect of ML II; gaining the tools to make comprehensive improvements in the workplace that save big on time, money, and even storage space and training resources. Students will be prepared to take the ICML Level II Machinery Lubrication Technician certification exam.

Level II Online

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Level II Public Dates and Locations

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Tulsa, OK April 11 – 13, 2017 Details

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World-Class Lubrication Technicians
Mean World Class Reliability

It’s a fact … a well-designed lubrication program with skilled lubrication technicians can quickly and substantially reduce downtime and operating costs.

If yours is like most companies, you’re winging your way around lubrication. Your machines keeping wearing out and breaking the same way because you keep lubricating them the same old way. And, you get frustrated because your lubricants should last longer but you don’t know what to do.

What you’ll learn

  • Troubleshooting lubrication problems
    • Major data-collection guidelines
    • How to recognize wear patterns for gears and bearings
  • Lubrication and Oil Analysis Metrics
    • Measuring lubrication effectiveness and how it impacts return on net assets
  • Base oils, Viscosity index and Lubricant Consolidation
    • Lubricant properties and how to match them to machines
    • How to make the same lubricant serve multiple purposes
  • Thermal Stability
    • Antioxidants’ effect on lubricants
    • The negative impacts of varnish, sludge and deposits
  • Air and Foam
    • Know when foam in oil is a problem and how to control aeration
  • Lubricant degradation
    • Know when lubricants are past service and what causes early damage

Program was very informative and related directly to my job. Materials and visual aids were easy to understand and useful. I learned a lot and it will be useful to apply to the plant’s equipment overall health and reliability.”

Very good in depth knowledge of machinery lubrication and my instructor related well with examples he used.”

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Additional Information

Please Note

  • Seating is limited and we encourage you to register early.
  • Walk-in registrations will be accepted as space allows.
  • Check-in Time Tuesday, 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
  • Course Duration Tuesday – Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Attendees are on their own for meals, but fresh brewed coffee is available throughout the day and during breaks. A lunch break will occur from 12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.
  • Please, no audio or video recording.
  • Parking is not included in registration fees.