Monday, September 24, 2012

October Webinars: Learn More About Gears, Grease and Condition Monitoring

The third event in the Condition Monitoring Data Interpretation will take place on Wednesday, wrapping up our webinars for September. Looking forward to October, we'll feature the following events:

FREE Membership Webinar on STLE's Certification Programs
Date/Time: October 3, 2012; 12-1 pm CDT
Presenter: Alicia Shearer, STLE's Certification Programs Administrator
Overview: In this webinar, you'll learn how to navigate the in's and out's of STLE's certification programs including the CLS (Certified Lubrication Specialist), OMA (Oil Monitoring Analyst) and CMFS (Certified Metalworking Fluid Specialist) Programs. These certifications have been shown to increase your salary and provide a boost to your career. For each program, you will learn: Who is it for? Preparation Resources, as well as how to find exam sittings,  register for an exam and what happens once you obtain your certification - notification as well as recertification requirements.
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Fundamentals of Industrial Enclosed Gears & Their Lubrication
Date/Time: October 11, 2012; 12-1pm CDT with additional Q&A time from 1-1:30 pm
Instructor: Lawrence Ludwig, Chief Chemist/Technical Director, Schaeffer Manufacturing Company
Abstract: In this webinar you will learn about basic gear fundamentals, the different types of industrial gear lubricants that can be used, some of the important properties and industrial gear lubricant should possess and the proper selection of the type of industrial gear lubricant to use.
Fee: $39 for members; $59 for non-members
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Fundamentals of Grease
Date/Time: October 25, 2012; 12-1pm CDT with additional Q&A time from 1-1:30pm
Instructor: Dr. Robert M. Gresham, STLE's Director of Professional Development
Abstract: This presentation will give you a working knowledge of greases, provided through an overview of grease types, their manufacture, testing, and industry applications.
Fee: $39 for members; $59 for non-members
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Physical Properties Data Interpretation (part of the Condition Monitoring Data Interpretation Series  includes 6 events including Alarm Limits, Spectrographic Data Interpretation I/II: Contaminants & Wear, Additive Metals, Physical Properties, Additional Testing and Advanced Report Reading)
Date/Time: October 31, 2012; 12-1 pm CDT with additional Q&A time from 1-1:30pm
Instructor: Evan Zabawski, CLS & Editor of TLT
Abstract: The fourth module of this series will transition over to correct interpretation of the changes found in the physical and chemical properties of the oil, such as viscosity, FTIR (soot, oxidation, nitration and sulphation) and checks for fuel, water and glycol.
Fee: $39 for members; $59 for non-members
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If you have any questions, just contact Kara Sniegowski at klemar@stle.org or at (847) 825-5536. 2013 planning is going on now, so feel free to also send topic suggestions.

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