Oil Analysis

Next Available Training Courses:

 Practical Oil Analysis
November 20 – 22, 2018, Moscow, Russia

Radisson Blu Hotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport, Khimki


Oil analysis is a tool in both predictive and proactive maintenance and is probably the most cost-effective maintenance technique available. Most companies achieve less than 10% of the benefits available from oil analysis. Oil analysis offer far superior early warning signals than other maintenance tools.

Our oil analysis training courses clearly define proven techniques, guidelines, and strategies that world-class organizations rely on to stay competitive in today’s highly demanding market. Our course is a purposeful and strategic forum to learn how to implement best practices and answer common questions related to a successful oil analysis program. We will provide hands-on expert tips to help you upgrade your maintenance and make huge savings. We will provide practical skills and knowledge for applying best practices to overcome the problems of contamination on your site.

Types of Machinery Covered

  • Gear Boxes
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Bearings
  • Compressors
  • Final Drives
  • Diesel Engines
  • Paper Machines
  • Process Pumps
  • Steam Turbines
  • Gas Turbines
  • Blowers/Fans
  • Rolling Mills
  • Hydrostatic Transmissions
    And more …

Who Should Attend our Oil Analysis Training

  • Maintenance Managers
  • Manufacturing and Industrial Engineers
  • Maintenance Supervisors
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Lubrication Engineers
  • Craftsmen and Millwrights
  • Equipment Operators
  • Lubrication Technicians
  • Vibration Instrument Specialists
  • Predictive Maintenance Technicians
  • Laboratory Analysts
  • Operations Managers

Here’s just a sample of questions that will be answered in our Oil Analysis training course:

  • How often should I use oil analysis
  • What steps can I take to ensure that I get a good sample each time
  • How to easily read and understand oil analysis reports
  • What are the five most important things I should look for on my oil analysis report
  • How to squeeze maximum life out of lubricants
  • How to pull oil samples for optimum results
  • How to reduce oil consumption for quick savings
  • What is the best temperature for trending viscosity
  • How do I set caution and critical alarms for wear metals and additives
  • How clean should I keep my oil and what type of filter should I use
  • How do I determine the remaining useful life of my oil
  • What are the secrets to catching bearing faults with wear debris analysis

Learn how to get the most out of your oil analysis program.
Learn effective oil analysis skills for maximizing equipment and lubricant life.