Troubleshooting is critical in the process of determining machine failure and correcting it. The troubleshooter’s task is to fix the underlying problem, in order to reduce the risk of failure in the future.
However, in the face of the aging workforce, industry is seeing a shortage in personnel with experience and an in-depth knowledge of machinery. How do they bring the workforce up to speed in order to keep plant equipment operational and productive? Training programs are the best route to solving this problem.
IBT Industrial Solutions Mechanical Troubleshooting: How To Diagnose A Machine Failure and Increase Machine Up-Time After Repairs is one of our established training programs. Under the direction of Mike Pistone, IBT’s senior training expert, attendees learn key components of mechanical troubleshooting.
This specialized training can be brought to any plant facility and is customized for the equipment and systems on-site. Contact IBT Training for additional details.
- Theory and practical application of troubleshooting
- Learn to diagnose a situation
- Repair the equipment and get to the root of the underlying issue
- Troubleshooting techniques for bearing, lubrication and mechanical drive component failures
- Troubleshooting techniques based on calculations of speed and torque capacities on various shafts within a drive system