LE Introduces New Advanced Lubrication Training Program

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Bringing together an expert instructor, hands-on training, and a new state-of-the-art facility, Lubrication Engineers, Inc. is now able to offer advanced lubrication education and training at its manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kan. LE will prepare participants from all over the U.S. with the opportunity to advance their knowledge regarding lubrication reliability practices, enabling them to realize hidden profits related to an improved reliability program at their facilities. The class will also prepare those who are interested in taking the optional ICML test for MLT I certification.

LE’s spacious high-tech training facility is next door to its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant, where hands-on training complements classroom learning.

Providing our industrial customers with this opportunity to advance their knowledge regarding lubrication reliability practices will allow them to realize the hidden profits that are directly related to an improved reliability program.

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Lubrication Engineers, Inc. is now offering individuals and groups the opportunity for advanced lubrication education and training in its new training facility, which is adjacent to its manufacturing plant in Wichita, Kan. The central location makes it convenient for customers coming from all over the U.S. The close proximity to the plant enables the incorporation of real-world applications and demonstrations, a feature that sets LE’s class apart from many other training programs. Class dates for 2011 are set for June 7-9 and Oct. 18-20, with optional ICML certification testing on the Friday morning after each class.

LE’s new 1,200-square-foot facility has been designed to accommodate up to 48 attendees and is complete with stadium seating and state-of-the-art audio-visual components, including two large video screens, Wi-Fi capability, and speakers stationed throughout the room.

“Providing our industrial customers with this opportunity to advance their knowledge regarding lubrication reliability practices will allow them to realize the hidden profits that are directly related to an improved reliability program,” said Scott Schwindaman, president & CEO. “As a bonus, we will be able to showcase the plant where we make our products. Attendees will see our emphasis on quality and cleanliness, and how we practice what we preach when it comes to lubrication reliability.”

In 2011, LE is offering Level I Machinery Lubrication Technician training for $999, including continental breakfast, lunch and beverages. Upon completion of the three-day MLT I class, participants will be eligible to take the optional ICML exam – for an additional fee – to become a licensed machinery lubrication technician. To register, individuals can go to http://www.le-inc.com to fill out a form electronically or to print a form to submit via mail or fax. In addition to the scheduled classes, private group classes can be scheduled at the LE facility or at the customer’s location, upon request.

Ensuring Machine Reliability
In LE’s MLT I course, participants will learn the impact that lubrication practices can have on machine health and reliability. The class is beneficial for managers, engineers and technicians who work at facilities with any of the following equipment: blowers/fans, compressors, gas turbines, gearboxes, hydraulic systems, motor bearings, paper machines, process pumps, rolling mills and steam turbines.

The three-day class is packed full of material, including these topics: precision lubrication and machine management strategies, the science of precision lubrication, lubrication construction, lubricant performance properties, lubricant selection practices, lubricant application, lubricant condition and contamination control, lubricant storage and handling, and introduction to oil analysis.

Expert Instructor
To conduct the training, LE has partnered with Michael Johnson of Advanced Machine Reliability Resources. Michael is MLT II and MLA III certified, and is an SMRP certified maintenance and reliability professional and STLE certified lubrication specialist. He played a pivotal role as a contributing editor for ICML’s MLT I test development and has spent 25 years focusing on reliability-centered lubrication practices and program development. He is the published author of 95 technical and industry articles and the contributing editor of STLE’s TLT monthly periodical. For more information, visit http://www.precisionlubrication.com.

About Lubrication Engineers
A leader in lubricants since 1951, Lubrication Engineers, Inc., manufactures and markets premium lubricants formulated from highly refined base oils. Enhanced with LE’s proprietary additives, these oils provide unmatched performance in nearly any application operating in normal to severe conditions. Lubrication Engineers manufactures its lubricants in an ISO 9001 certified quality system at its plant in Wichita, Kan. With its comprehensive offering of versatile lubricants and related reliability products and services – available worldwide – LE provides its customers with increased profitability through longer equipment life, extended service intervals, reduction in energy use, fewer repairs and less need for inventory.

Call 800-537-7683 or visit http://www.le-inc.com for more information about this and other
LE products and services, or to get in touch with an LE lubrication consultant.

Media Contacts

  •     Paul Grimes, marketing manager, p.grimes(at)le-inc(dot)com, 316-529-6807
  •     Ann Walden, marketing communications, a.walden(at)le-inc(dot)com, 316-529-6818

Corporate, Sales and Customer Service: 300 Bailey Ave. / Fort Worth, TX 76107 / 800-537-7683
Manufacturing, R&D and Training: 1919 E. Tulsa / Wichita, KS 67216 / 316-529-6800

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