Machinery Lubrication II (ML II) covers advanced lubrication topics and provides the tools to make comprehensive improvements in the workplace that save big on time, money, storage space and training resources. ML II is aligned with the body of knowledge of the International Council for Machinery Lubrication's MLT II certification.
ML II Course Overview
- Course Duration: 24 Hours (over three class days)
- Associated ICML Certifications: MLT II
- Pre-Requisites: ML I (Who should attend?)
- Study Pack: Included with course purchase via the Noria Academy app. Available separately on the Noria Store
- Troubleshooting lubrication problems
- Lubrication and Oil Analysis Metrics
- Base oils, Viscosity index and Lubricant Consolidation
- Thermal Stability
- Air and Foam
- Lubricant degradation
- And more!
One year of Noria Academy accessYou’ll get the ML II Study Pack including digital flash cards, a comprehensive practice exam to help you prepare for your certification exam, and other supplemental materials. Access via our Noria Academy app or online at academy.noria.com.
Over 5 hours of supplemental videosThese helpful videos cover how to Plan and Implement a Lubrication Program, Synthetic Lubricants: When to Avoid and When to Use, The Impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act on Your Lubrication Program, Food-Grade Lubricant Regulations: What You Need to Know, More Effective Condition Monitoring with Inspection 2.0, and more.
Course ManualStudents who attend In-Person training or Live Online training in the United States will receive a printed copy of the course manual.
Recording of the CourseIf you purchased a Live Online training, you will receive a course recording, accessible on-demand for up to 30 days through our online Learning Management System.
Training with Noria can help you prepare for your certification exam, but all students who want to get certified need to apply in advance with the International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) to take the exam. The ICML offers certification exams online and at all public Noria training events.
Our ML II course is aligned with the body of knowledge of the ICML’s MLT II certification.
Job Title or Role
|Operator, Lube Tech (Lubrication Technician)||Learn best practices for daily tasks|
|Inspector||Uncover more actionable insights|
|PdM Technician, Reliability Engineer, Maintenance Engineer||Improve data-driven decision-making|
|Reliability Manager, Maintenance Manager||Identify program gaps and opportunities|
|Morning||Introduction and Set Up|
|Maintenance Strategies Preventive and Predictive|
|Lubrication Fundamentals and Theory|
|Lubricant Properties and Testing|
|Morning||Application of Oil and Grease|
|Contimation Impact, Detection and Control|
|Afternoon||Contimation Impact, Detection and Control|
|Lubricant Storage and Management|
|Course Review and Wrap-Up|
“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.”
The Noria Academy app is the best way to prepare for your ICML certification exam. Use our digital flashcards, comprehensive practice exam and supplemental material to increase your confidence level with course material.
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