Introduction to Reliability Centered Lubrication (RCL) - May 2020 | Charleston, SC
Introduction to Reliability Centered Lubrication (RCL) Optimize your lubrication practices to reduce lubrication-related component failures. Lubrication is comparable to the life blood of your assets. Over or under greasing, improper lubricant, and lubricant failure can all result in costly equipment failures. In addition, having an excessive number of lubricants on site and an insufficient lubricant identification strategy can lead to cross-contamination and improper lubricant installation. To truly achieve the highest return on your maintenance investment, incorporate Reliability Centered Lubrication (RCL) with your reliability maintenance initiatives. This introductory course provides an overview of RCL and the parameters required to develop, implement, and maintain a high-quality lubrication and contamination control program.
Attendees will also see how they can benefit from reduced lubricant consumption and labor requirements through the optimization of lubrication tasks and intervals. During the in-class time, you will learn: The basics of the RCL process Common lubricant chemistries Common methods for determining viscosity requirements Industry standard grease volume and interval calculations The benefits of maintaining clean lubricants, both in storage and in service The process of putting together an RCL program Who Will Join You? Lubrication Program Managers and Supervisors; Maintenance Managers and Supervisors; and Reliability Program Managers Allied Reliability is a recognized training partner of the University of Tennessee’s Reliability and Maintainability Center (RMC). This course qualifies for 0.8 CEUs. Register Today. Return to All Training Listings If you would like to pay via PO, please contact Ashanna Lynch, Training Product Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Please send any questions about this class or Allied’s Education & Training offerings to email@example.com..