Machine Condition Signature Analysis in Missouri

Machine Condition Signature Analysis
Machine Condition Signature Analysis (MCSA) training saves Missouri students money by replacing unanticipated catastrophic equipment failure with smooth, planned, preventive maintenance.
Price $299
Duration 1 day
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About Machine Condition Signature Analysis

Machine Condition Signature Analysis (MCSA) training saves Missouri students money by replacing unanticipated catastrophic equipment failure with smooth, planned, preventive maintenance.

Machine Condition Signature Analysis (MCSA) is similar to Statistical Process Control. A gage (accelerometer) is used to take a snapshot of a machine's "normal" performance (i.e. record its "signature"). Specifically, signatures are usually collected for each of the machines high-wear components; motors, pumps, etc. Periodic measurements are then taken over time to assess deviation from normal. When deviation reaches a defined threshold, the machine is scheduled for preventive maintenance. As such, Machine Condition Signature Analysis improves operational profitability. It pays for itself in the form of lower total maintenance cost and higher uptime.

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Ben Aldridge
Ben Aldridge
Field Service Support Admin
Energy


I had the pleasure of working with our Master Black Belt at our energy tech firm. There, he created an internal mentorship and training program to teach lean/six sigma concepts. The training was made available to employees spread both horizontally and vertically throughout the organization. Executives, managers, assemblers and receptionists alike were soon finding and eliminating waste within their workday. This divide-and-conquer philosophy in executing the continuous improvement program was not only an incredibly efficient way to find and implement cost savings, but also created a culture of empowerment within our organization. Our MBB encouraged all of his students to use these techniques to add value to the organization, in-turn making them more valuable employees.