Venue: Kuala Lumpur

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event Date/Time: Sep 27, 2012 End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2012
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Continuous Reliability Improvement (CRI) and optimization of Rotating Equipment has been widely investigated by world-class process companies during the last decade. Concentrating exclusively on redundancy allocation as per the old fashion maintenance is not the answer.
The modern approach requires that minimum reliability for each component be established to achieve the total equipment reliability goal with minimum cost. This new philosophy allocates reliability to a component according to the risk of failure and cost of increasing its reliability.
Continuous Reliability Improvement (CRI) of plant reliability by optimizing predictive maintenance for rotating equipment is one of the most important challenges plants face today. To know how to effectively prevent equipment failures, conduct a successful root cause failure analysis and improve condition monitoring for rotating equipment are continuing challenges for engineers. Proper analysis and solving of chronic problems at the source saves time and money.
Most importantly, Continuous Reliability Improvement (CRI) goes well beyond traditional reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) practices. CRI as developed by your instructor, Founder of The Maintenance Excellence Institute will help improve the total maintenance operation for total operations success and profit. This intensive course focuses (CRI) on rotating equipment but you will learn to apply much, much more for improving all maintenance resources via a profit-centered approach.
This course is designed to explain the following:
• Effective methods of component condition monitoring for use as both a predictive maintenance
• The root cause analysis tool integrated with other plant control systems to help you analyze failure data received
• Major failure causes
• World-class proven root cause analysis procedure with exercises and case histories
• Installation, pre-commissioning planning, functional testing and commissioning
• Why starting early in equipment is so important
• Important Operator-Based Maintenance and Preventive Maintenance Strategies to consider are also included and more....


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Who Should Attend? VPs, Directors, Division Heads, Managers, Superintendents, Specialists, Leaders, Supervisors, Foremen, Planners, Technicians, & Engineers from the following departments: -Maintenance -Engineering -Preventative Maintenance -Predictive Maintenance -Condition Monitoring -Reliability -Rotating -Mechanical From industries including but not limited to: Oil & Gas, Utilities, Petrochemicals/Chemicals, Manufacturing, Mining, Aviation, Transportation & Rail, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare, Government, Construction, Food & Beverages etc. All other industries that see physical asset management as a factor to business success such as facilities management and healthcare facilities management operations.