PRECISION MAINTENANCE SKILLS 1

Event Start Date: Monday, December 6, 2021

Event End Date: Thursday, December 9, 2021

Event Start Time: 7:30 AM

Event End Time: 4:30 PM

Hours: 40

CEUs: 4.0

Event Cost: $1,995.00 (includes light breakfast and lunch)


Register

You may register online if you are paying with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or Purchase Order.

  • To register and pay any other way, please contact Amanda Hext, 337.562.4592, ahext@mcneese.edu

IMPORTANT: You must register and pay by: 12/2/2021 10:59 PM


About the Course

This course is presented by Hendrix Precision Maintenance.

 

Participants will disassemble, reassemble, correct defects, perform precision alignment for both in-line coupled & v-belt driven machines, and measure the noticeable improvements as common field & shop assembly errors are eliminated from our running and static simulators.

 

For more information about the course, download the flyer.


Course Objectives
• Understand what Precision Maintenance Is & how to achieve w/o extra downtime
• How to identify and avoid common assembly errors
• Understand and correct common fit & tolerance problems
• Learn basic bearing installation problems and corrections
• Learn what is good, fair, and bad vibration & how it affects equipment life
• How to lower vibration & exponentially improve Bearing life (MTBF)
• How to significantly improve and retain balance
• How to improve upon 'status-quo' alignment standards & achieve precision alignment.
• How to create smooth running belt drives
• How to reduce energy consumption 5%, 10%, or more on most Equipment
• Learn Common Lubrication Errors & How to Avoid

Recommended Audience

Maintenance and Construction Craftsmen, Apprentices, Front-line Supervisors, Project & Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Managers, & Superintendents, Operations Personnel and significant others implementing plant reliability improvement.


About the Instructor

Throughout their 40 plus year careers Phil Hendrix, Charlie Beale, and all of our instructors have successfully served in every position known in industrial maintenance.
 
Specializing in turning multiple failed maintenance programs into record setters in their own industry careers, they're now sought after processes are recognized as best in class around the world.
 
In 2001, our core business, Hendrix and Associates was formed, doing reliability consulting and teaching the basics of precision throughout the southeast. A couple of years later Phil was joined by machinist & maintenance leader Charlie Beale combining a unique hands on training approach with the often “overlooked and essential” management training elements to insure successful Implementation.
 
Today, Hendrix Precision Maintenance training is used by industry of every shape and size. With many industry experienced expert trainers, we develop and build Hands-On Running & Static Machines that we use to train your Craftsmen, Supervisors, Engineers and Leaders. With our coaching they will dis-assemble, correct common assembly errors and measure the results. Using their new Hands-On Skillsets, they prove to themselves that what we teach can greatly extend MTBF on all rotating machines; which drastically reduces costs while improving uptime and producing reliable operations.
 
Equally important, we teach Leadership, Operations & Maintenance, the critical Implementation Skills to Insure Lasting Change. These include the step by step processes, communication, key metrics, install / rebuild standards, follow-up, and the most important Expectations They Must set for mechanics, supervisors and engineers - so that they can achieve similar results. We call this process "FasTrack to Reliability™"
 
"Do it Once - Do it Right !"


Refund Policy

Refunds will not be issued for this course after the registration deadline. In the event that you cannot attend, you are welcome to send another person as a replacement at no charge. In addition, you may transfer your registration payment to a future course at no cost as long as you use it within the next 12-month period. For example, if you pay for a course in July that you do not attend, you have until July 31st of the following year to transfer the payment. Furthermore, if the cost of the future course increases, you will be required to pay the difference.


Disclaimer

The McNeese State University Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration will always make the best effort to avoid cancelling a course. This course, like any other, can be cancelled for a number of reasons. If the course is cancelled, you will be refunded the full amount. Please be aware of this possibility when making travel and hotel arrangements.


LAI/MEP Subsidy Eligible

LAI/MEP companies (see list below) can get a discount on this course. Find out how.

 

Contact Amanda Hext, (337) 562-4592, ahext@mcneese.edu

 

CITGO, CHENIERE, ENERGY TRANSFER, FIRESTONE, GRACE DIVISION, HARGROVE & ASSOCIATES, LEVINGSTON, LOUISIANA PIGMENT, LYONDELLBASELL, PHILLIPS66, RECON, SASOL, and WESTLAKE

 


Payment Options
  • Pay online with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or Purchase Order by clicking the Register Now button
  • To register and pay any other way, please contact Amanda Hext, 337.562.4592, ahext@mcneese.edu
  • Billing and receiving address:

McNeese State University

Institute for Industry-Education Collaboration

Box 91834

Lake Charles, LA 70609


Location

ETL rm 111 (Engineering & Technology Labs building)
500 Beauregard Dr
Lake Charles, Louisiana 70605
Click here for directions


Contact Us
McNeese Contact:
Amanda Hext
(337) 562-4592
ahext@mcneese.edu

 

Hendrix Contact:
Anthony DeSimone
(619) 993-3383
adesimone@HendrixPM.com