Bearings/Lubrication CD-ROM Courses now only $299 ea.

Note: All CD-ROMs from ITC Learning will only run on Windows XP and older

 The following interactive multimedia CD-ROMs are available to supplement the Bearings/Lubrication Self-Study Course.  Each CD can also stand alone as a training tool for your use.  The 5 CD-ROMs available in the section are:

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Bearings - Reducing Failure Rate:  Failure Analysis CD-ROM

Duration:4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience: This program is excellent for training mechanics and millwrights as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities. This lesson is designed for participants familiar with safe shop practices and the use of hand tools and precision measuring instruments.

What Students Learn: This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of two lessons that train participants to remove, inspect, select, handle, install, and troubleshoot bearings according to manufacturers' instructions and best practices. Participants learn how to identify replacement bearings and install and maintain the bearings properly using the right tools.

     This lesson explains the purpose of bearings and demonstrates how bearings reduce friction and maintain the alignment of operating equipment.  The basic operation of anti-friction bearings and plain journal bearings is demonstrated, as well as the importance of full fluid film lubrication and proper lubrication clearance.  Additionally, indications of various premature bearing failures are discussed.

    After completing the lesson, the learner will be able to:

    •   Understand how bearings reduce friction.
    •   Describe radial, axial (thrust), and angular load in terms of the pressure applied to
        the shaft and bearing.
    •   Understand the operation of common types of plain bearings and their applications.
    •   Understand the operation of common types of anti-friction bearings and their applications.
    •   Understand the purpose of seals and shields and the conditions when each is used.
    •   Relate the "interference fit" to bearing operation.
    •   Recognize common indications of bearing failure.
    •   Identify common types of premature bearing failure and some of the means used to
        prevent them.

Special Notes: This training program is delivered by multimedia CD-ROM and can be accessed on a stand alone PC or in a networked learning center.

Bearings - Reducing Failure Rate: Failure Analysis CD-ROM - $299.00  Add to Cart

Note: CD-ROM Pricing is for the single user/single PC version.  
Call 888-777-0753 for network or multiple user pricing.

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Bearings - Reducing Failure Rate:  Maintaining Bearings CD-ROM

 

Duration:4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience: This program is excellent for training mechanics and millwrights as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities. This lesson is designed for participants familiar with safe shop practices, the use of hand tools and precision measuring devices, as well as bearings failure analysis.

What Students Learn: This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of two lessons that train participants to remove, inspect, select, handle, install, and troubleshoot bearings according to manufacturers' instructions and best practices. Participants learn how to identify replacement bearings and install and maintain the bearings properly using the right tools.

     This lesson explains and demonstrates how to clean and disassemble bearing housings and how to dismount, inspect, and mount common types of bearings. The importance of cleanliness and following manufacturers' instructions are stressed throughout each demonstrated procedure.

     After completing the lesson, the learner will be able to:

    •   Dismount anti-friction bearings using a bearing press and/or a bearing puller.
    •   Inspect the bearing for signs of failure.
    •   Clean the shaft and check for taper and out-of-round with proper measuring instruments.
    •   Clean the housing and check for damage.
    •   Select the proper bearing for replacement, if necessary.
    •   Properly orient a bearing prior to installation.
    •   Mount a bearing using an induction heater and/or an arbor press.
    •   Measure the bearing's inner and outer clearances during installation.
    •   Properly lubricate bearings per manufacturers' recommendations.

Special Notes: This training program is delivered by multimedia CD-ROM and can be accessed on a stand alone PC or in a networked learning center.

Bearings - Reducing Failure Rate: Maintaining Bearings CD-ROM - $299.00  Add to Cart

Note: CD-ROM Pricing is for the single user/single PC version.  
Call 888-777-0753 for network or multiple user pricing.

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Mechanical Seals CD-ROM

Duration:4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience: This program is excellent for all levels of maintenance personnel as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities. This lesson is designed for participants familiar with the basic operation and maintenance of pumps and other rotating equipment.

What Students Learn: This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of one lesson that trains participants to work effectively with mechanical seals. The functions, operation, and repair of common mechanical seals are demonstrated.  This lesson covers the features, operation, and applications associated with three common types of mechanical seals: single, double, and cartridge.  The lesson presents specific procedures for failure analysis and identification, seal removal, disassembly, reassembly, and installation.

     After completing the lesson, the learner will be able to:

    •   Identify the basic components of a mechanical seal.
    •   Identify sealing points and applications in which packing is installed to control process
        leakage as well as the types of materials commonly used to make seal faces & elastomers.
    •   Select the appropriate seal design for a specific type of application.
    •   Verify the compatibility of seal materials with process fluids for a particular application.
    •   Perform a failure analysis to determine the cause of seal failure and to identify the means
        to correct the problem.
    •   Remove and disassemble a failed mechanical seal.
    •   Remove and replace the O-rings on a mechanical seal.
    •   Perform the preliminary checks prior to seal installation.
    •   Reassemble and install a new or repaired mechanical seal.

Special Notes: This training program is delivered by multimedia CD-ROM and can be accessed on a stand alone PC or in a networked learning center.

Mechanical Seals CD-ROM - $299.00 Add to Cart

Note: CD-ROM Pricing is for the single user/single PC version.  
Call 888-777-0753 for network or multiple user pricing.

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Industrial Lubrication:  Fundamentals CD-ROM

Duration:4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience: This program is excellent for training oilers, mechanics, and millwrights as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed so that no prior knowledge is required.  However, a knowledge of applied mathematics is recommended.

What Students Learn: This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program, consisting of two lessons, trains participants to recognize various types of lubrication systems and their maintenance requirements, including ring, bath, splash, constant level, and forced feed lubrication systems, as well as understand how they operate. Participants also learn the importance of following lubrication schedules, how to change common types of oil filters, and how to properly handle and store lubricants to prevent lubricant contamination.

     This lesson explains the concepts of lubrication, friction, and viscosity and demonstrates the benefits of a proper lubrication program.  Additionally, the properties of common solid, semi-solid, and liquid lubricants are described, as well as the benefits associated with synthetic lubricants and the functions of additives and inhibitors.  Common types and causes of lubricant contamination are described and proper methods of lubricant storage are demonstrated.

      After completing the lesson, the learner will be able to:

    •   Define lubrication.
    •   Explain the benefits of a proper lubrication program.
    •   Define friction.
    •   Identify factors that contribute to friction.
    •   Identify the three basic types of friction.
    •   Describe three types of lubrication applications used to reduce friction.
    •   Define viscosity.
    •   Describe three types of liquid lubricants and some typical applications.
    •   Describe the properties of liquid lubricants.
    •   Describe types of semi-solid lubricants and some typical applications.
    •   Describe conditions or circumstances under which it would be preferable to use
        grease as a lubricant.
    •   Describe the properties of semi-solid lubricants.
    •   Describe types of solid lubricants and some typical applications.
    •   Describe the properties of solid lubricants.
    •   Identify some of the benefits of using synthetic lubricants.
    •   Explain the function of additives and inhibitors.
    •   Describe types of lubricant contamination.
    •   Describe how to prevent lubricant contamination.
    •   Describe proper methods of lubricant storage. 

Special Notes: This training program is delivered by multimedia CD-ROM and can be accessed on a stand alone PC or in a networked learning center.

Industrial Lubrication: Fundamentals CD-ROM - $299.00  Add to Cart

Note: CD-ROM Pricing is for the single user/single PC version.  
Call 888-777-0753 for network or multiple user pricing.

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Industrial Lubrication:  Lubrication Maintenance CD-ROM

Duration:4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience: This program is excellent for training oilers, mechanics, and millwrights as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed for participants familiar with the fundamentals of lubrication. A knowledge of applied mathematics is recommended.

What Students Learn: This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program, consisting of two lessons, trains participants to recognize various types of lubrication systems and their maintenance requirements, including ring, bath, splash, constant level, and forced feed lubrication systems, as well as understand how they operate. Participants also learn the importance of following lubrication schedules, how to change common types of oil filters, and how to properly handle and store lubricants to prevent lubricant contamination.

     This lesson explains and demonstrates how various types of lubrication systems operate, including ring, bath, splash, constant level and forced feed lubrication systems. Participants learn pertinent maintenance checks to make for each type of system.  Manual devices used to apply lubricant are covered as well as the purpose of filters and the importance of filter maintenance in lubrication systems. Additionally, the lesson indicates the benefits of oil sampling and analysis and identifies several factors which can cause lubrication failure.

     After completing the lesson, the learner will be able to:

    •   Explain how ring lubrication systems operate.
    •   Explain how bath lubrication systems operate.
    •   Explain how splash lubrication systems operate.
    •   Explain how constant level lubrication systems operate.
    •   Performa check on a natural feed lubrication system and determine machine condition.
    •   Describe how to add oil to a natural feed lubrication system.
    •   Describe the operation of forced feed lubrication systems.
    •   Explain the differences between natural feed and forced feed lubrication systems.
    •   Perform a check on a forced feed lubrication system and determine machine condition.
    •   Identify various devices used to apply lubrication manually.
    •   Describe how to apply the proper amount of grease to a bearing.
    •   Explain the purpose of filters in a lubrication system.
    •   Explain the differences between surface filters and depth-type filters.
    •   Explain why filter maintenance is important.
    •   Recognize indications that a filter must be cleaned or replaced.
    •   Describe how to clean a filter.
    •   Explain the benefits of following a lubrication schedule.
    •   Interpret information on a lubrication schedule.
    •   Explain the benefits of oil sampling and analysis

Special Notes: This training program is delivered by multimedia CD-ROM and can be accessed on a stand alone PC or in a networked learning center.

Industrial Lubrication: Lubrication Maintenance CD-ROM - $299.00  Add to Cart

Note: All CD-ROMs from ITC Learning will only run on Windows XP and older

Note: CD-ROM Pricing is for the single user/single PC version.  
Call 888-777-0753 for network or multiple user pricing.

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