Friday, February 18, 2011

March Webinar: Bearing Damage Analysis

The latest Webinar in the Industry Insight series will cover Bearing Damage Analysis. The Webinar is set for Wednesday, March 16, 2011, at 12:00 p.m. Central (CST). The presentation will last for 60 minutes, including 15 minutes devoted to Q&A. We got such a positive response about the bonus Q&A session provided with the last Webinar that we are including it for this event as well! This extended Q&A will last from 1:00-1:30 p.m. Central (CST) and will be available for those wishing to stay on the line and ask their questions. For those who have other commitments, the recording will capture the additional information and will be available for your review post-event. You can also submit questions ahead of time to get them integrated into the presentation. You can do so through the Discussion Forum on your Training Menu, by sending us an email, or by leaving a comment below.

The presentation will be given by Dr. Paul Shiller, Tribological Specialist with the Tribology and Next Generation Materials Group at the Timken Technology Center. He has a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry and an M.S. in Chemical Engineering. He has received the Shell Lubricants Award for Instructor Excellence from NLGI. He is a member of STLE, ACS, and SOR.

The live Webinar event will cover bearing damage analysis. Bearing maintenance and proper analysis are the keys to keeping equipment up and running, optimizing performance and decreasing downtime. The purpose of this presentation is to help identify some of the more common types of bearing damage, explain possible causes, discuss corrective actions, and cover methods used to discover the root causes of bearing damage and how that relates to improved performance.

You can view the flyer for more information, or click here to register for the event. The registration deadline for the live event is Monday, March 14, 2011. There is limited space available. To ensure your participation, you MUST register before this date. Registrations will not be accepted after this date, except by advance request, and only if there is space available. Attending will not only allow you to learn this vital information, but you can also earn 1.0 ECs (STLE Education Credits) for your full participation. ECs may be used towards recertification.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks to Paul - for both his hard work and for giving his presentation. Thanks to all attendees for their participation and questions. It is beneficial to all attendees when there are a multitude of questions, like the ones we got in this event.

    The Q&A Session, even the extended version, didn't get to all the questions! We followed up after the event to get all the questions answered and the lengthy Q&A Session Summary is available now to those who purchase the recording. Get a special preview of the Q&A Session by checking out the STLE Store listing for this event at