CBM & Reliability Engineering Conference
April 2-4, 2014
The Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers in collaboration with the Faculty of Engineering, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus will be hosting the 2014 CBM & Reliability Engineering Conference schedule for the period April 2-4, 2014 at the Cara Suites Hotel and Conference Center, Trinidad and Tobago.
Session 1: Effectiveness of Maintenance Management
Session 2: Implementation and optimization of a reliability program
Session 3: Achieving Reliability from data acquisition
Session 4: Reliability Centered Maintenance Program
Session 5: Planning & Scheduling Maintenance
Session 1: Getting Started with Machine Vibration Analysis
Session 2: Lubrication Engineering and Oil Analysis
Session 3: Laser Alignment
Session 4: Infrared Thermography
Session 5: Electrical Signature Analysis
Session 1: Saving Energy Cost through Maintenance Practices
Session 2: Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Session 3: Industrial Instrumentation Controls
Session 4: Industrial Electrical Systems
Traditionally Run-to-Failure and Preventive Maintenance practices force managers to wait for equipment to breakdown, or to schedule maintenance on equipment at fixed, often inconvenient, time intervals.
Of the more than US$250 billion spent in 2012 in the US on the maintenance of equipment and facilities, more than USD70 billion of that was wasted. To put an end to these exorbitant costs, wastage and the inevitable drain on productivity the STLE Caribbean Region Conference technical sessions will help managers develop and implement a comprehensive maintenance management program for regular monitoring critical process equipment accordingly to predict machine failure.
For Registration and additional information, please contact the STLE office Secretariat:
$6500 to include conference proceedings, Tote bags, Polo Jersey, Breakfast, Lunch and Light Refreshments, Pens, Pencils, Certificate of Participation with 5 PDU’s, Membership