Instructor Assisted Self-Study Course - ISO Category II

IASC: ISO Category II

(Analysis I)

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

This Instructor Assisted Self-Study course will prepare the student for “real world” challenges they expect to face in the everyday managing of a vibration analysis program. The information is essential for the implementation and maintenance of a successful vibration monitoring program. It also favorably addresses two desires expressed by seminar students; the desire for more training time and a desire to perform well on the certification exam.

INSTRUCTOR ASSISTED SELF-STUDY COURSES HAVE MANY BENEFITS

  • Weekly live interactive sessions with an instructor will help ensure that you understand the seminar material.
  • You will benefit to the fullest when completing the course before attending the on-location CAT II seminar with ISO Certification.
  • You will be primed to perform your best on the certification exam because the ISO Category II textbook is the same book used for the class with the certification exam.
  • You will receive a $450 discount when purchasing the same category seminar within 1 year of the Self-Study purchase date.
  • 15 study hours apply to the ISO training hour requirement.
  • Travel restrictions will not hold you back from the education needed to succeed in implementing and maintaining a successful vibration monitoring program.

COURSE MATERIALS

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  • DESCRIPTION

    • How To Implement an Effective Condition Monitoring Program Using Vibration Analysis
    • You will receive the full ISO Category II textbook as well as the corresponding IASC Self-Study Booklet
  • BOOK HIGHLIGHTS

    • Book provides the information essential for the implementation of a successful program and does so in a generic (non-vendor specific) manner.
    • A section of the book deals with how to detect a series of fundamental machinery problems using portions of our world-renown "Illustrated Vibration Diagnostics Chart" that covers:
      • Unbalance
      • Misalignment
      • Rotor eccentricity
      • Mechanical looseness
      • Belt drive problems
      • Soft foot problems using both spectral and phase analysis.
    • Introductory information for detection of resonance, rolling element bearing, gear, flow related and electrical problems is also provided.
    • A tabulated procedure, "How to specify meaningful overall and spectral band alarms for a
      • alarm levels
      • the beginning and ending frequencies for each of the available spectral alarm bands
      • recommended frequency range, #FFT lines, number of averages and proper vibration parameter for each point, taking into account the machine type, its components and operating speed range.
    • A method is discussed on how to set up an effective vibration analysis program using real-world
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

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