Predictive/Preventive Maintenance CD-ROM Courses

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 your learning in predictive and preventive maintenance, including vibration analysis and alignment.  These CDs can also stand alone as a training tools for your use.  The following CD-ROMs are available:

Troubleshooting Skills: Developing Logical Thinking
Rotating Equipment: Principles and Practices of Predictive Maintenance
Rotating Equipment: Vibration Analysis
Rotating Equipment: Lubricant and Trend Analysis
Rotating Equipment: Techniques for Extending Bearing Life
Rotating Equipment: Principles of Reverse Double Dial Alignment
Rotating Equipment: Reverse Double Dial Alignment Procedures
Rotating Equipment: Computerized and Laser Alignment


Troubleshooting Skills:  Developing Logical Thinking

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent for training instrument technicians, electricians and electronics technicians, mechanics and millwrights, as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia program, consisting of one lesson, teaches strategic troubleshooting skills that can be applied to the analysis of problems in any type of industrial system.  This lesson teaches participants how to develop logical thinking and create a personal troubleshooting outlook that will prove valuable under any troubleshooting situation.

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

    •    Define root cause problem solving.
•    Define troubleshooting.
•    Describe the basic steps involved in a general troubleshooting procedure.
•    Describe how to obtain information about a malfunctioning system.
•    Explain the importance of comparing the symptoms of a problem to the characteristics for normal 
      operation.
•    Describe sources of information concerning normal operations.
•    Describe sources of information concerning the background of a problem.
•    State the relationship between a symptom and a cause.
•    Describe how to develop a troubleshooting plan.
•    Describe the importance of using schematics while troubleshooting.
•    Describe steps necessary to repair the problem.
•    Describe steps that can be taken to prevent future trouble.
•    Explain the importance of a troubleshooting outlook.
•    Describe how to troubleshoot under pressure.
•    Describe the importance of experience in troubleshooting.

Troubleshooting Skills: Developing Logical Thinking CD-ROM - $349.95    Add to Cart 

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Rotating Equipment:  Principles and Practices of Predictive Maintenance

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed so that no prior knowledge is required.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of seven lessons that train participants to use predictive maintenance as a tool for prolonging equipment life and preventing major problems.  This lesson focuses on the general purpose of an effective predictive maintenance program by showing how methods such as vibration analysis, and lubricant and trend analysis, can be used to determine equipment condition and predict equipment life.

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

    •    Define predictive maintenance and differentiate it from other approaches such as run-to-failure and preventive 
      maintenance.
•    Describe the benefits of predictive maintenance.
•    Describe how equipment vibration can provide an indication of equipment condition.
•    Describe how impurities in equipment lubricant can provide an indication of the condition of the components being 
      lubricated.
•    Describe how trends reflected in equipment records can provide an indication of equipment condition.
•    Describe some basic guidelines for a successful predictive maintenance program.

 Rotating Equipment: Principles and Practices of Predictive Maintenance CD-ROM - $349.95    Add to Cart

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Rotating Equipment:  Vibration Analysis

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed for participants familiar with the basic principles and practices of predictive maintenance.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of seven lessons that train participants to use predictive maintenance as a tool for prolonging equipment life and preventing major problems.  This lesson teaches how to monitor vibration and perform a vibration analysis.  The lesson also covers how to determine velocity and displacement as well as how to use a vibration analyzer and interpret various vibration patterns.

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

    •    Identify two measures of vibration amplitude and the units of measurements used.
•    Identify the points on a bearing where horizontal, vertical, and axial readings would be taken.
•    Use a severity chart to get an indication of machine condition.
•    Define amplitude and frequency.
•    Identify the function of three filter settings on a vibration analyzer.
•    Recognize the characteristics of vibration produced by conditions such as unbalance, misalignment, mechanical 
      looseness, worn gears, and anti-friction bearings.

 Rotating Equipment: Vibration Analysis CD-ROM - $349.95    Add to Cart

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Rotating Equipment:  Lubricant and Trend Analysis

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed for participants familiar with the basic principles and practices of predictive maintenance.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of seven lessons that train participants to use predictive maintenance as a tool for prolonging equipment life and preventing major problems.  This lesson introduces the principles of lubricant and trend analysis.  The lesson shows how to take oil samples and read an oil analysis report as well as how to identify and interpret trends.

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

    •    Take an oil sample at a sampling valve and reservoir.
•    Determine where to take a sample to check the condition of a particular component.
•    Use operating data to establish trends in machine condition.
•    Identify increasing, decreasing and flat trends.
•    Compare trends using different data from the same machine.

Rotating Equipment: Lubricant and Trend Analysis CD-ROM - $349.95    Add to Cart 

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Rotating Equipment:  Techniques for Extending Bearing Life

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed for participants familiar with the components and functions of bearings in relation to rotating equipment as well as with the procedures for installing bearings.  A basic understanding of the principles and practices of predictive maintenance is also required.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of seven lessons that train participants to use predictive maintenance as a tool for prolonging equipment life and preventing major problems.  This lesson presents guidelines for maximizing the operational life of bearings for rotating equipment.  The lesson emphasizes the proper handling, storage, installation, and maintenance of bearings.

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

    •    Describe proper handling and storage procedures for bearings.
•    Obtain readings on the outside diameter of the shaft and inside diameter of the housing.
•    Determine proper fit.
•    Describe two types of bearing lubrication.
•    Identify three potential areas of lubrication contamination.
•    Identify symptoms and possible causes of bearing problems.

 Rotating Equipment: Techniques for Extending Bearing Life CD-ROM - $349.95    Add to Cart

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Rotating Equipment:  Principles of Reverse Double Dial Alignment

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed for participants familiar with precision measuring instruments, specifically dial indicators.  A basic understanding of the principles and practices of predictive maintenance is also required.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of seven lessons that train participants to use predictive maintenance as a tool for prolonging equipment life and preventing major problems.  This lesson describes the principles of the reverse double dial alignment method used to measure and correct misalignment.  The lesson also explains the data needed to determine offset and angularity misalignment values by using a graph.  Formulas used to calculate misalignment corrections and factors which may affect alignment are also presented.

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

    •    Identify three types of misalignment found in most rotating equipment.
•    Distinguish vertical plane from horizontal plane.
•    Identify the parts of the alignment rig and explain how they work.
•    Convert sweep reading to offset values.
•    Plot indicator offset values on a graph to find angular and offset misalignment values.
•    Read specifications correctly.
•    Perform calculations to determine how far and in which direction to move the machine.

 Rotating Equipment: Principles of Reverse Double Dial Alignment CD-ROM - $349.95   Add to Cart

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Rotating Equipment:  Reverse Double Dial Alignment Procedure

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed for participants familiar with precision measuring instruments, specifically dial indicators, and the principles of reverse double dial alignment.  A basic understanding of the principles and practices of predictive maintenance is also required.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of seven lessons that train participants to use predictive maintenance as a tool for prolonging equipment life and preventing major problems.  This lesson shows how to use the reverse double dial alignment procedure to determine and correct misalignment as well as how to take dial indicator readings.  The lesson also teaches how to calculate the necessary vertical and horizontal adjustments and how to verify the results.  Emphasis is on good recordkeeping, the importance of accurately reading the dial indicators, and performing the calculations correctly to ensure that proper alignment is achieved.

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

    •    Measure bracket sag and other dimensions necessary to calculate misalignment.
•    Mount an alignment rig correctly on two shafts.
•    Take a set of sweep readings.
•    Determine if misalignment exists between two rotating shafts joined by coupling.
•    Calculate the distance to move a machine to correct vertical misalignment.
•    Shim a machine to correct vertical misalignment.
•    Determine horizontal misalignment.
•    Calculate the distance to move a machine to correct horizontal misalignment.
•    Verify that equipment is aligned within specifications.

 Rotating Equipment: Reverse Double Dial Alignment Procedures CD-ROM - $349.95    Add to Cart

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Rotating Equipment:  Computerized and Laser Alignment

Duration:  4 hours (includes 1 test)

Audience:  This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multicraft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities.  This lesson is designed for participants familiar with the components and functions of bearings in relation to rotating equipment as well as with the procedures for installing bearings.  A basic understanding of the principles and practices of predictive maintenance is also required.

What Students Learn:  This comprehensive Activฎ interactive multimedia training program consists of seven lessons that train participants to use predictive maintenance as a tool for prolonging equipment life and preventing major problems.  This lesson explains how to determine a computer's specifications and introduces proper steps to take in correcting misalignment with the use of a laser.

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

    •    Take and then enter alignment measurements required by a computer.
•    Use a computer to calculate offset and angular misalignment values in the horizontal and vertical 
      planes to determine if a machine is within specification.
•    Determine the amount and direction to move the machine to correct misalignment.
•    Identify the components of a laser/detector system and properly set up the equipment.
•    Take measurements necessary for the laser alignment system.
•    Use the laser/detector system to calculate angular and offset misalignment in vertical and 
      horizontal planes.
•    Position the machine properly by using the laser.

Rotating Equipment: Computerized and Laser Alignment CD-ROM - $349.95    Add to Cart
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