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Introduction to Condition Monitoring

March 18 @ 9:00 am

Introduction to Condition Monitoring

Course Horizon

Condition Monitoring describes various techniques used in surveillance, testing and analysis of assembly, plant and equipment with a mutual goal to detect any signs of malfunction or deterioration and any developing wear.

Industrial operations worldwide agree the significance of condition monitoring in implementing a successful maintenance strategy. It is a valuable tool in reliability defect elimination program. Due to current business competitiveness, condition monitoring is a major component of predictive maintenance and enables optimisation of resources.

On the other hand, Industry 4.0 has brought tremendous transformation in digital space, plant maintenance has been a partaker of advanced machine data gathering and analysis capabilities, enabling flexible and swift decision making. This has brought a need to empower maintenance teams.

This course introduces participants to various techniques used in condition monitoring together with benefits and opportunities of condition-based maintenance. Participants will learn about some of the digital tools being brought by Maintenance 4.0.

    Learning Objectives

    By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

    • Demonstrate a clear understanding of various techniques used in condition monitoring
    • Appreciate and define the benefits of condition monitoring
    • Identify the various maintenance strategies used in condition monitoring and determine the factors, which influence maintenance strategies
    • Determine the optimum maintenance strategy for different types of plant and equipment
    • Appreciate Industry 4.0 condition monitoring technologies
    • Gain an in-depth understanding on machinery vibrations: recognize phase and vibration measurement

      Course Content

      • Developing a maintenance strategy
      • Managing Condition Based Maintenance
      • Infrared Thermography
      • Oil Analysis and Lubricant Management
      • Wear debris and mechanical wear analysis
      • Vibration Analysis
      • Ultrasound / Acoustic Monitoring
      • Precision Alignment
      • Electrical Signature Analysis
      • Partial Discharge
      • Remote Condition Monitoring (IIOT)
      • Root Cause Analysis

      Who should attend?

      • Production and Operations Managers
      • Asset and Maintenance Managers
      • Reliability Engineers
      • Maintenance and Production Engineers
      • Supervisors
      • Planners
      • Engineering Techniques

      Delivery Platform

      • Public Training –available at in all cities and towns
      • Onsite Training
      • Virtual Instructor-Led Training
      • E-Learning
      • Customized Training

      Training Duration

      • Delivery – 2 days 

      Main Elements


      • The 2-day session equips participants with both knowledge and skills 
      • Self-assessment quizzes and interactive group discussions on each learning area foster great understanding
      • Interactive group sessions and illustrative videos will be delivered to enhance content comprehension


      March 18
      9:00 am
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      Tawanda Mugombi