When maintenance is challenged on-site, training of its staff is one of the best investment a company can do to improve efficiency and limit costly errors.
Through LubInstitute, TOTAL Lubricants propose a comprehensive range of trainings that can be tailored to your needs. Depending on the depth of knowledge targeted, we can organise from a short one hour training on basics to 3 full days on all types of applications (hydraulic, gears, rotating equipment…etc). Last year our technical experts have delivered more than 20 sessions to various clients in the UK directly on-site or via e-learning.
Your challenges - our solutions
We all need to ensure our equipment works at 100% efficiency to boost productivity while controlling costs. By learning how to choose the appropriate lubricant or how to monitor the health of your equipment, LubInstitute will help you avoid costly failures. It will best train your new employees about maintenance best practices.
The training is highly interactive and activity oriented to maximise results.
Who should attend this course?
• Lubrication or maintenance manager
• Condition monitoring specialists
• Operations managers
• Plant managers
• Anyone involved with:
- purchasing lubricants
- stocking lubricants
- dispensing lubricants
• Anyone involved in any other way with lubricant
Our different modules
The complexity information given in this module is tailored to the level of participant understanding, so this course can take anywhere between one hour and a day.
- Lubricants, how they reduce friction?
- Composition of lubricants
how to choose the appropriate lubricant?
- Viscosity and performance level are key
- The different failure modes of a lubricant
- Manufacturer's manual
- Composition and manufacturing of greases
- Craterisation of greases, evaluating performance level
Each of these modules lasts between 60 and 90 minutes and can be chosen independently.
Common Machine lubrication
- How to improve lubricants life?
- Common failures
- Food safe lubricants
- Bio degradable products
- The different types of wear
- Example of oil analysis report (chosen from a specific sector)
stocking and handling lubricants
- Good stocking practice
- Top-up and drain on piece of machinery
- Greasing system (manual or automatic)
- Lubrication modes
- How to determine the right viscosity
oil condition monitoring
- oil sampling good practices
- interpretation of an oil analysis report
- Different types of fluids
- Fluid management