Vibration analysis training

Friday, 28 February, 2003

Industrial maintenance practitioners can enhance their predictive maintenance knowledge with a program of vibration analysis training courses being offered by industrial automation group Rockwell Automation Australia.

Commencing in February 2003, three new courses will provide personnel with the theoretical skills needed to implement effective vibration monitoring programs. Complementing more product-specific courses - such as those based on the Enshare Emonitor Odyssey software - the new courses are general in scope and relevant regardless of the products customers use, or intend to use, in their plants.

Rockwell Automation Australia is making the theory behind the technology more access with its classroom-based three-day courses, held at locations around Australia. Both general 'vibration analysis' and product-specific 'predictive maintenance software' courses will commence in 2003 on February 4.

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