Lubricant Failure Troubleshooting and Root Cause Analysis Webinar

    About the Course

    Join Michael Holloway for this two session course from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET on

    • August 14th
    • August 21st

    Lubricating oil has many functions that are well understood such as reducing wear, thermal management, and corrosion protection to name a few. Lubricating oil also functions as a conduit of information as well as the reason why systems can fail. The process of Root Cause Analysis involves a series of questions such as what happened, why it happened and what can be done to prevent it from happening again. It involves examining the problem and considering evidence from many technologies such as oil analysis, vibration analysis, thermography, ultrasonic analysis, component inspections, and operational data. This webinar provides participants a process to determine the various failure modes of lubrication and how to process root cause analysis using various techniques. Participants will be able process information and make decisions on selection of proper product performance, application conditions, and understand how to mitigate failures associated with lubrication.

    What You'll Learn

    Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

    • Describe failure modes due to contamination, oil condition, and application conditions
    • Determine the source of contamination
    • Select the proper application conditions to mitigate failure
    • Explain the sources of failure and root cause analysis

    Target Audience

    This webinar is geared towards attendees in Quality Assurance, Engineering, Manufacturing Executives, Maintenance, Safety, and Technicians.

    Registering for the Webinar

    The fee is $159 per person. After registering you will receive an email within a few hours with information about how to access each of the webinar sessions. In addition to the webinars, you'll get 7-day access to a recording of the webinars.

    About the Instructor

    Michael D. Holloway has worked in industry for 35 years in research and development, technical marketing, equipment reliability and sales. He has written books on spend analysis, specification development, failure interpretation as well as process plant equipment operations, control, and reliability, the Dictionary of Industrial Terms, a bestseller on Hydraulic Fracturing and recently the second edition to the fracking work . He holds a BS in chemistry, a BA in philosophy and a MS in engineering from the University of Massachusetts. Holloway is a Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS), Oil Monitoring Analyst (OMA I) through the Society of Tribology and Lubrication Engineers, a Level I Machinery Lubrication Technician (MLT I) and a Machinery Lubrication Analyst (MLA I) through International Council for Machinery Lubrication as well as an elected member of the Russian Academy of Natural Science

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