• Phone : (+62(21) 39837477) – SMS/WA : (+628128034 1963, +6281 86 185 81)

  • English EN Indonesian ID

22-25 February 2016 in BANDUNG

Five Stars for Four Days Public Training 

 

BACKGROUND

Preventive maintenance, also known as PM. Corrective maintenance where equipment is repaired or replaced after wear, malfunction or break down. Predictive maintenance, which uses sensor data to monitor a system, then continuously evaluates it against historical trends to predict failure before it occurs. The main difference between the two is that preventive maintenance is scheduled at regular intervals while predictive maintenance is scheduled as needed (based on asset conditions).

This Preventive and Predictive Maintenance training provides a detail explanation for  planned maintenance of a plant and its equipment that is designed to improve equipment life and avoid any unplanned maintenance.  This training also explain the key element of maintenance and reliability, maintenance planning and scheduling, budgeting, managing preventive and to optimum predictive maintenance

GENERAL OBJECTIVE

To provide the participants the comprehensive course on preventive and predictive maintenance and how to implement the effective maintenance:

  1. Key element of maintenance and maintainability
  2. Reliability factor in maintenance
  3. Planning and scheduling
  4. Maintenance budgeting
  5. Managing preventive maintenance
  6. Optimum predictive maintenance
  7. Implementation predictive maintenance
  8. Case study

 

RECOMMENDED PARTICIPANTS

  • + Maintenance managers
  • + Operation managers
  • + Production managers
  • + Maintenance Engineers and supervisors
  • + Service Engineers and supervisors
  • + Work-over engineers and supervisors
  • + Logistic managers & staffs

 

PM AND PdM TRAINING OUTLINE

1. Maintainability and Maintenance Maintainability concept, maintainability in product life cycle, life cycle cost, cost effectiveness, total life cycle cost visibility, maintainability and related interfaces, maintenance definition, maintenance category, optimum maintenance, maintenance time relationship.

2. Reliability Factors Reliability function, failure rate and mean time betweenmaintenance (MTBF), main time to failure (MTTF), main time to first failure (MTFF), probability of survival, probability growth curve.

3. Planning and Scheduling Maintenance planning, types of work to be planned, how to plan maintenance work, job estimating and scheduling techniques, gross versus net capacity, work order planning in detail, plan follow up.

4. Maintenance Information Flow Purposes of maintenance information flow, maintenance work order, design of work order, work order types, three main parts of work order.

5. Managing Preventive Maintenance Preventive maintenance, PM strategy for 3 equipment life cycles, justifying PM expenditures, PM System installation, access to equipment, PM frequency, common task, staffing the PM effort, strategies to get PM done, steps to install PM system, survey, PM system improve professionalism.

6. Introduction to Predictive Maintenance Introduction, advantages of predictive maintenance, failure in machinaries/equipment, somes techniques in predictive maintenance.

7. Optimum Predictive Maintenance Program Selection of predictive maintenance system, microprocessor-based system, microprocessor, host computer, transducer.

8. Predictive Maintenance Program Implementation Predictive maintenance program application, a successful program, the long term objectives and goals of a predictive maintenance program, management support, dedicated and accountable personnel, efficient data acquisition and analysis, equipment classification.

9. Parameter Monitoring Vibration theory overview, mechanical equipment, machine-train component, unbalance, misalignment, mode shape and resonance, bearing and bearing type, gear and gearboxes, running speed (s).

10. Vibration Measurement Measurement, general scheme of vibration measurement, transducer, conditioning amplifier, dynamic signal analyzer, transducer selection.

 

DATES & VENUE

  • DATES : 22-25 February 2016
  • TIME : 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
  • VENUE : BANDUNG

 

COURSE ORGANIZER 

  • Handal Consulting & Training
  • Graha Tirtadi, 5th Floor, Jl. Raden Saleh No.20, CIKINI, Jakarta
  • Pejompongan, Jakarta 10210
  • Website:http://www. handaltraining.com
  • email: info@handaltraining.com
  • Phone: +62 21 – 5708775 / +62-21-39837475
  • Fax : + 62 21 – 5702113
  • 24 hours Info : 021-70897550
  • SMS: 0812 8034 1963 0r 085770771168
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COURSE FEES

Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Training Fees is Rp. 9.750.000,- including: training modules, merchandise, seminar kit, training certificate, 2 x coffee break & lunch, excluding accommodation and tax

 

COURSE INSTRUCTORS

• Dr. Ir. I Wayan Suweca & Team

Graduated from Department of Mechanical Engineering Institut Teknologi Bandung in 1985. He received his Master degree, in 1987 from Ecole Centrale de Lyon, French. He then continued to pursue a Ph.D. degree and he was awarded in 1990. From 1987 he is a faculty member of the Mechanical Engineering Department of ITB. As a lecturer, he gives courses on Technical Drawing, Design of Machine Component, Finite Element Method, Computer Aided Design, Innovative Product Development, and Design Optimization. His research interests are in mechanical design, in design optimization, in maintenance, and in control vibration. He has published and or presented many papers in national and international seminars/proceeding in the field of mechanical design, design optimization, control vibration, finite element, stress analysis, and computer aided design. His experience in mining equipment and machinery are including as a engineering consultant of PT Tambang Batubara Bukit Asam, PT Timah Tbk, PT KA Indonesia, PT INCO, PT Geodipa, PT INKA, PT DAK Bangka, PT PAMA Persada, PT Pertamina, etc. He has been involved as an instructor in a number of industrial training, both publicly and in-house (mainly for oil and gas) company in field of Maintenance, Piping Technology, Valves Technology, Hydraulics and Pneumatics, Gear Technology, Stress Analysis, Failure Analysis, Finite Element Method (Theory and Software Application), etc.

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