Polaris Laboratories is expanding its 2007 “Practical Oil Analysis & Cooling Systems Maintenance” training curriculum to include classes specific to mobile and natural gas compression applications. The courses are intended to provide maintenance and reliability professionals with the management tools necessary for developing practical fluid analysis programs that makes a positive impact on a company’s bottom line. The 2007 schedule is listed below and includes dates in Salt Lake City, Indianapolis and Houston.
Taught by experienced industry professionals, according to Polaris, the classes focus on fluid analysis program goals, appropriate testing, selecting a quality laboratory, taking good and timely samples, and interpreting results. Polaris says anyone responsible for maintaining equipment reliability within virtually any industry should plan to attend, including equipment operators, maintenance managers, industrial engineers, operations managers, lubrication engineers, maintenance technicians and reliability engineers.
Each class session will be complemented by a laboratory tour to give students a first-hand look at the laboratory process and familiarize them with both testing equipment and the methods used for each test. Whether you are just venturing into fluid analysis, or have been managing maintenance programs for years, these courses will expand your general knowledge of oils and coolants and provide a better understanding of just how important fluid testing and analysis is to equipment reliability, according to Polaris.
Private sessions also may be scheduled upon request by contacting Michelle Desjardins at Polaris Laboratories at 877-808-3750 or by submitting a request for a quote at www.polarislabs.com.
SALT LAKE CITY
Oil Analysis – Industrial Applications – March 5-6
Cooling Systems – March 7
Oil Analysis – Mobile Applications – March 8-9
Oil Analysis (all applications) – Aug. 6-7
Cooling Systems – Aug. 8
Oil Analysis – April 2-3
Cooling Systems – April 4
Oil Analysis – Oct. 8-9
Cooling Systems – Oct. 10
Oil Analysis – Feb. 19-20
Cooling Systems – Feb. 21
Oil Analysis – Nov. 12-13
Cooling Systems – Nov. 14