VCAT III - Vibration Analysis Accredited Certification (Perth)

18 October 2021 08:15 - 23 October 2021 16:30

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Perth Training Centre

Seat Cost

Cost $3,875.00
GST $387.50
Total $4,262.50
Prices are AUD
VCAT III - Vibration Analysis Accredited Certification (Perth)

Overview

Vibration analysis enables the early diagnosis of faults in machinery and is a critical activity in predictive maintenance programs.

VCAT III teaches the necessary skills to design, direct and establish routine condition monitoring programmes and non-routine investigations for the purpose of fault diagnosis.

VCAT III teaches in depth principles and techniques of machinery vibration analysis to make initial diagnosis of suspected faults beyond the range of commonly encountered issues, evaluate alarm sets, write working procedures and specify vibration acceptance testing procedures.

Specification of appropriate vibration instrumentation hardware, software and processing for portable and permanently installed surveillance systems, and equipment protection systems.

Internationally recognised

SVT's VCAT III course complies with International Standards ISO 18436-2 and ISO 18436-3 and offers participants optional certification by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT).

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Course Duration:

5 days training plus optional 4 hour certification exam.


Content

  • Advanced principals of vibration
  • Data acquisition
  • Signal processing
  • Condition Monitoring
  • Fault analysis
  • Corrective action
  • Equipment knowledge
  • Acceptance testing
  • Equipment testing and diagnostics
  • Reference standards
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Fault severity determination
  • Rotor balancing

Who Should Attend

  • Anyone previously qualified to VCAT II
  • Vibration analysis personnel
  • Condition monitoring personnel
  • Reliability personnel
  • Facility engineers
  • Facility technicians
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Those working towards ISO VCAT IV qualification

Participants will learn how to:

  • Design, direct and establish routine condition monitoring programmes and non-routine investigations for the purpose of fault diagnosis
  • Specify the appropriate vibration instrumentation hardware, software and processing for portable monitoring systems and permanently installed surveillance systems, and equipment protection systems
  • Make initial diagnoses of suspected faults beyond the range of commonly encountered issues.
  • Manage condition monitoring programmes, evaluate alarm sets, write working procedures and specify vibration acceptance test procedures
  • Initiate and validate machinery corrective actions, including two-plane rigid rotor balancing.
  • Provide technical guidance and instruction for category 1 and 2 personnel.