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LCAT I - Lubrication Analyst ISO Category I

Overview

Lubrication Management and Analysis in condition monitoring and diagnosis of faults in machinery is a critical activity in predictive maintenance programs.

The effectiveness of this technology depends on the capabilities and awareness of individuals who collect the samples, perform the measurements, and analyze the data.

SVT’s internationally recognised training and certification programs provide the necessary skills and competency to measure and assess machinery condition, oil health, and contamination levels.

The LCAT I qualification ensures personnel are certified to perform simple tasks related to the proper lubrication of machines, according to established and recognized procedures.

The LCAT I qualification is a precursor to the LCAT II training for those wanting to develop further skills in lubrication management and analysis.

Certification confirms the attainment of skills required to do the job and provides participants with an internationally recognised qualification.

Internationally recognised

SVT's LCAT lubrication courses comply with International Standards ISO 18436-1, ISO 18436-3, ISO 18436-4, ISO/IEC 17024 and offer optional certification by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT).

 

Course Duration:

3 days training plus optional 2 hour certification exam.

For booking inquiries please contact our Brisbane office:

Tel: +61 (07) 3258 8055
Email: training@svt.com.au

Brochure (Australia)

Content

  • Maintenance and reliability strategies
  • Lubrication theory and fundamentals
  • Lubrication selection and application
  • Lubrication storage and management
  • Oil sampling and handling
  • Lubrication health monitoring & diagnosis
  • Wear debris monitoring and analysis
  • Contamination measurement and control

Who Should Attend

  • Lubrication technicians & personnel
  • Facility technicians and operators
  • Condition monitoring personnel
  • Facility support engineers
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Reliability personnel

Participants will learn how to:

  • Dispense lubricants, re-lubricate, inspect
  • Maintain lubrication devices and equipment
  • Understand appropriate sampling hardware
  • Acquire lubricant samples using procedures
  • Prepare samples for transportation
  • Operate portable lubrication analysis tools