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MLT LEVEL I Machinery Lubrication Technician

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Course Overview

The purpose for the Level I Machine Lubrication Technician (MLT) certification is to verify that technicians practicing in the field of machinery lubrication, as it is applied to machinery condition monitoring and maintenance, are qualified to perform the following tasks:

Manage lubricant delivery, storage and dispensation;

Manage a route for machinery re-lubrication and/or inspection;

Properly change and/or top the oil in mechanical equipment found in common industrial sites;

Use simple techniques to select lubricants with the proper base oil and additive system for machinery commonly found in industrial settings;

Use simple techniques to select lubricants with the proper base oil and additive system for machinery commonly found in industrial settings;

Use simple techniques to select grease lubricants appropriate for machines commonly operated in industrial settings;

Properly maintain automatic lubrication systems;

Employ basic oil analysis techniques to identify and troubleshoot abnormal lubricant degradation conditions, and use simple techniques to adjust the lubricant specification accordingly;

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5 Key Takeaways

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The details of fluid analysis, the instruments and tests.

An in-depth examination of data interpretation.

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Operate with improved technical skills for lubrication tasks and basic lubricant analysis for machine condition monitoring.

How to utilize oil analysis by understanding process stress, contamination, and wear debris that could harm systems.

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Clear and defined tasks associated with oil changes, top-ups, greasing bearings, lubricant receiving and proper storage and care of lubricants.

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Course Outline

DAY 1

I. Maintenance Strategies

A. Why machines fail
B. The impact of poor maintenance on company profits
C. The role of effective lubrication in failure avoidance
D. Lube routes and scheduling
E. Oil analysis and technologies to assure lubrication effectiveness.
F. Equipment tagging and identification.

II. Lubrication Theory/Fundamentals

A. Fundamentals of tribology
B. Functions of a lubricant
C. Hydrodynamic lubrication (sliding friction)
D. Elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication (rolling friction)
E. Mixed-film lubrication
F. Base-oils
G. Additives and their functions
H. Oil lubricant physical, chemical and performance properties and classifications.
I. Grease lubrication

III. Lubricant Selection

A. Viscosity selection
B. Base-oil type selection
C. Additive system selection
D. Machine specific lubricant requirements
E. Application and environment related adjustments.

DAY 2

IV. Lubricant Application

A. Basic calculations for determining required lubricant volume.
B. Basic calculations to determine re-lube and change frequencies.
C. When to select oil; when to select grease.
D. Effective use of manual delivery techniques.
E. Automatic delivery systems.
1. Automated deliver options.
a) Automated grease systems
b) Oil mist systems
c) Drip and wick lubricators
2. Deciding when to employ automated lubricators.
3. Maintenance of automated lubrication systems.

V. Lube Storage and Management

A. Lubricant receiving procedures.
B. Proper storage and inventory management.
C. Lube storage containers
D. Proper storage of grease-guns and other lube application devices.
E. Maintenance of automatic grease systems.
F. Health and safety assurance.

VI. Lube Condition Control


A. Filtration and separation technologies.
B. Filter rating.
C. Filtration system design and filter selection.

DAY 3

EDUCATIONAL PARTNER

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Lubrication and Oil Analysis Standards Development Support. Activities are under way at ISO and ASTM to develop used oil analysis standards. There is a clear need for additional standards in the areas of lubricant selection and application, contamination control, etc. ICML will serve as a rallying point for machinery lubrication practitioners to speak with a common voice by supporting the development of lubrication-related standards and guides, including the support of efforts at ASTM, ISO and other organizations. With ISO's expected adoption of QS 9000 in place of the existing ISO 9000 standard, more rigor will be demanded to assure quality control over every aspect of running a plant, mine, mill or construction site, including lubrication functions. ICML plays an important role in supporting these activities.

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Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for:

Common job titles for the individuals who would become Level I MLT certified include Lubrication Technician, PM Technician, Millwright, Mechanic, etc. Generally, this individual has regular contact with the machine and has routine influence over the condition of lubricants and hydraulic fluids in use. The individual is likely to be directly involved ion the machine lubrication process.

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