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Planning & Scheduling Fundamentals

January 2020

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February 2020

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Digital Transformation in Reliability

February 2020

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Introduction to Reliability Centered Lubrication (RCL)

February 2020

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Shutdown, Turnaround, Outage

February 2020

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Advanced Reciprocating Compressor Analysis

March 2020

3 - 5
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Condition Monitoring Fundamentals

March 2020

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April 2020

21 - 23
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Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

April 2020

28 - 30
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Basic Reciprocating Compressor Analysis

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Reliability Fundamentals

July 2020

7 - 9
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July 2020

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Charleston, SC
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Condition Monitoring Fundamentals

August 2020

4 - 6
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Improvement Roadmap Workshop

August 2020

11 - 11
Houston, TX
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Planning & Scheduling Fundamentals

August 2020

18 - 20
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Fundamentals

September 2020

22 - 24
Houston, TX
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Intermediate Planning & Scheduling

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29 - 1
Charleston, SC
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Shutdown, Turnaround, Outage

October 2020

6 - 8
Charleston, SC
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Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

October 2020

6 - 8
Houston, TX
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Leading Reliability Improvement

October 2020

13 - 15
Charleston, SC
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Basic Reciprocating Compressor Analysis

October 2020

13 - 15
Houston, TX
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Reliability Fundamentals

November 2020

3 - 5
Charleston, SC
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Reliability Improvement Roadmap Workshop

November 2020

17 - 17
Charleston, SC
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LUBRICATION SYSTEMS

BM Oil Mist Generator

T.F. Hudgins centralized oil mist systems atomize lubricating oil into small particles, which are conveyed by a low-pressure distribution system to multiple machinery bearings.
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T.F. Hudgins oil mist systems provide reliable lubrication for roller element bearings and metal surfaces in centrifugal pumps, electric motors, steam turbines and a broad range of rotating machinery. These systems meter a precise amount of oil to each bearing, resulting in highly effective lubrication, decreased oil consumption and lower overall maintenance costs. Basic system components include an oil mist generator, header pipe system for mist transfer and reclassifiers that control the mist flow to each application point. The BM Generator is designed for small systems where manual control and monitoring are preferred. Features and Benefits •For use in Class 1, Group D, Division 2 areas •3-gallon SS reservoir with pressure-relief valve and oil level sight gauge •Thermostatically controlled immersion oil heater and reservoir-mounted oil temperature gauge •Low oil level switch •Air pressure regulator with gauge and auto air filter drain •Available 40, 100, 250 or 500 bearing inch generator head
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