TUESDAY 12 APRIL
08.00-9.00 Conference Registration, Coffee and Networking, Exhibition Hall Open
09.00-09.10 Welcome and Opening Address

Dee Kehoe (Engineers Ireland)

09.10-10.00 Andrew Fraser (Reliable Manufacturing Ltd)

Making Reliability a Core Business Value

10.00-10.40 Suzie Hitchcock Executive Director (International Council for Machinery Lubrication)

Back to Basics, Forward to Reliability & World Class Lubrication

10.40-10.50 Q&A
10.50 -11.10 Break & Networking in Exhibition Hall
Reliability

Session Chair: Suzie Hitchcock  (International Council for Machinery Lubrication)

11.10-11.30 Mark Fleury (Fleury Engineering)

Reliability in Critical Fuel Systems

11.30-11.50 John Coleman (Aughinish Alumina)

Manage Reliability to Minimise Asset Maintenance Expenditure

11.50-12.10 Ronan Carey (Department of Defence)

Irish Naval Services (Case Study)

12.10-12.30 Rich Wurzbach, (MRG Labs)

Particle Counting  for Oil and Grease

12.30-12.45 Q&A
12.45-14.00 Lunch & Networking in Exhibition Hall
Condition Monitoring

Session Chair:  Andrew Fraser (Reliable Manufacturing Ltd)

14.00-14.20 Martin Williamson (KEW Engineering)

Lubrication Excellence: The Steps to Success That You Need to Take

14.20-14.40 Grainne Lally (JM Canty)

Image Analysis for On Line Detection of Solids and Water

14.40-15.00 Shaun McFadden (Ulster University)

A Review of Wind Turbine Gearbox Design Standards and Reliability Issues

15.00-15.20 Elaine Berkery (Eastway Technicial Consultants)

Remote Vibrational Analysis

15.20-15.40 Gary Rees (UE Systems Europe)

Ultrasound for Preventative and Predictive maintenance

15.40-15.50 Break & Networking in Exhibition Hall
15.50-16.10 Brendan Duffy ( Dublin Institute of Technology)

Materials Analysis to understand failure mechanisms

16.10-16.30 Malcolm Haigh (Scientific & Medical Products Ltd)

Identifying the chemistry of wear metal fragments using a micro-focus XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence) instrument

16.30-16.50 John O Mahoney

How to interpret a Ferrography Report

16.50-17.10 Brian Byrne (Solar Turbines)

Ferrography Case Study

17.10-17.30 Q&A
 

19.30

 

Conference Dinner

 

WEDNESDY 13 APRIL

09.00-09.40 Suzie Hitchcock Executive Director (International Council for Machinery Lubrication)

The ICML role in Training & Certificates

09.40-10.20 Martin Williamson (KEW Engineering)

ISO 55001: 2014 Asset Management Standard – What it Means for Lubrication Tasks and Oil Analysis

10.20-10.30 Q&A
10.30-11.00 Break & Networking in Exhibition Hall
Lubrication Management

Session Chair:  Rich Wurzback (MRG Labs)

11.00-11.20 Malcolm Haigh (Scientific & Medical Products Ltd)

Determining TAN and TBN Crossover on Gas Engines

11.20-11.40 Ken Redmond (T.E. Laboratories)

How to Interpret an Oil Report

11.40-12.00 Jonathan Carpenter (ESBI)

Use of On and Offline Oil Analysis on the ESB, Distribution and Generation Networks

12.00-12.20 Brian Byrne (Solar Turbines)

Analytical Approach for Establishing Predictive Wear

12.20-12.30 Q&A
12.30-13.50 Lunch & Networking in Exhibition Hall
Condition Monitoring

Session Chair: Martin Williamson (KEW Engineering)

13.50-14.20 Andrew Fraser (Reliable Manufacturing Ltd)

Creating a High Reliability Organisational Culture

14.20-14.40 Adrian Chaplin (Limerick Institute of Technology)

A Framework for Identifying Maintenance Actions for Lubrication Analysis

14.40-15.00 Roy Rothwell (eMaint)

Importance of Establishing Asset Hierarchy in CMMS

15.00-15.20 Grease Analysis

Rich Wurzbach (MRG Labs)

Developments in grease for wind turbines

15.20-15.40 Varnishing

John Evans (Hypro Filteration)

Lubricant Varnishing and Varnish Mitigation Strategies

15.40-16.00 Q&A
16.00 Conference Close