Pre-Conference WorkshopBest Practices for Oil Sampling
This pre-conference workshop, presented by Martin Williamson, MD KEW Engineering is available free of charge to conference delegates on the afternoon of Monday 25 of March.
What the workshop is all about:
In this workshop, you will learn about to approach sampling for your oil analysis programme from the perspective of best practice and how to avoid the common errors that lead to false alarms and unnecessary follow up effort. The workshop will start by looking first at the objectives of sampling within an oil analysis programme, followed by the approach to establishing the appropriate frequencies for sampling, and follow up on identifying the correct sampling locations. This will then be followed on how to modify your assets to allow for the sampling, and guidance will be given on the health and safety aspects of sampling.
Who will benefit:
Anyone thinking of starting or even already running an oil analysis programme on site such as reliability engineers, maintenance engineers, operations management, technicians and condition monitoring practitioners.
What you will take away from this:
A better understanding of how to approach sampling for greater confidence in your oil analysis programme.
Why not arrive early for the conference and benefit from this opportunity to learn more about lubrication oil sampling best practice?
Conference delegates, to book your place choose the workshop as a complimentary item when registering.
Cost €150 to non-conference delegates. Book at Eventbrite (non-Reliability Ireland attendees only.)