Machine Reliability Engineering & Machinery Lubrication Development
Advanced Machine Reliability Resources Inc. (AMRRI) works with customers domestically and internationally to increase productivity and reduce costs through improved industrial machine lubrication program engineering, machinery lubrication training practices, machine reliability engineering, oil analysis and condition monitoring. AMRRI’s comprehensive continuum of machinery reliability services, including industrial machine lubrication program engineering and training, allows our team to determine and address the customer’s needs and help them reach dependable, repeatable capacity.
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Holden Rice, Lube Tech, PCA
Jack Schreiber, Reliability Superintendent, PCA
Steve Webster, LubeTech, PCA
Scott Meyer, Reliability Tech, SKF
Brian Olson, Manager, US Steel
John Minor, Area Manager, US Steel
Glenn Friday, Lube Tech, Verso Paper
Troy Barclay, Millwright Mechanic, New Forest Paper Mill
Chandler Piercy, Reliability Tech, New-Indy Containerboard
Andrew Martin, Sales Service Engineer, U.S. Lubricants
Joel Longmore, Program Manager, US Lubricants
Roy Salinas, A. Steel
Ryan Ritchie, Millwright
Michael Harmata, Global MI & Reliability, Hexion
Mike was incredibly well informed and brought the material to life with his industry-based experiences. Mike’s focus on data and facts combined with his expertise made this a valuable learning experience.
Victoria Bunchek, Customer Resources, Trico Corporation
Pete Prochaska, Manager, PetroChoice
Darren Pilla, Lubrications Mechanic, Celgar Pulp Co.
M. Leonard, LubeTech, AMRRI
Cornelius Groom, Senior Utility Mechanic, City of Houston
Rula Dagwood, Engineer, City of Houston
Stedman Smith, Utility Worker, City of Houston
Chris Lewison, Operator, AEP/PSO
J. Rice, Machinist, AEP Swept FlintCreek Power Plant
AMRRI delivers knowledge and education in a thorough, engaging and interactive method that helps your maintenance team tackle the toughest machine reliability issues. AMRRI provides online, public and private machine lubrication engineering training.
- Online Courses
- Public Events
- Private Events
- Credit Centered courses
Why is Machine Lubrication Engineering So Important?
Machine lubrication engineering is an essential part of every company’s essential care program. Thorough, accurate, efficient work plans for lubrication technicians represents the backbone for mechanical reliability success every bit as much as Precision Installation, Precision Alignment, and Precision Balancing. The machine reliability engineering community is increasingly warming to this maintenance function as it pursues every option for improving production system performance.
Interestingly enough, the machine lubrication function, often considered a necessary evil in the maintenance ranks, is one of the best possible options for cost reduction AS WELL AS productivity improvement because of it’s pervasive influence on each and every rotating asset. Manufacturers spend about 1% of their maintenance budget on lubricants (as a line item), but that sliver of cost directly impacts a whopping 35% of other maintenance budget (mechanical and overtime) cost categories. Machine Lubrication’s across the board impact on rotating assets gives machine reliability engineering teams exceptional leverage and exceptional value from every dollar and every minute that they commit to improvements in this central part of machine essential care.