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Certification Support Seminar

SHINKAWA Sensor Technology is proud of excellent experience during recent 14 years with regards to the “ISO Certification Support Seminar” in Japan.
The same seminar, up to ISO category II, has started in English language in Malaysia last year, 2014, and has got a fruitful result welcoming the engineers not only from Malaysia but also Vietnam and Singapore.SHINKAWA also welcome more engineers around the world to join the seminar in this year.
For registrations in Malaysia, please read the details and register here.

Training courses for Machinery Condition Analyst (Vibration) in accordance with ISO 18436-2

Certified training organization: SHINKAWA Sensor Technology, Inc.

Management face constant pressure to ensure safety. Vibration Analysts certified in accordance with ISO18436 -2 has been gaining in popularity.
SHINKAWA Sensor Technology is Japan’s only certified organization to offer all levels of Vibration Analyst Category Training. Our years of experience in vibration monitoring, sensor technology assists customer to meet their growing demands.

Prerequisite

· Qualification
Category I
: 6 months or more of related job experience
Category II
: 1 year and a half or more of related job experience
Category III
: Category II with 3 years or more of related job experience
Category IV
: Category III with 5 years or more of related job experience
· Seminar Schedule (May change depends on the affecting conditions)
Category I
: Consecutive days (June, November)
Category II
: Consecutive days (June, November)
Category III
: Consecutive days (June)
Category IV
: Distributed days (One time a year)
· Seminar Seats (May change depends on the affecting conditions)
Category I
: about 20 seats
Category II
: about 30 seats
Category III
: about 15 seats
Category IV
: about 20 seats
· Total Seminar Length
Category I
: 32 hours
Category II
: 38 hours
Category III
: 40 hours
Category IV
: 64 hours
· Instructors
Vibration technology consultant, Mr. Kyoji Chikira (previously a member of Hitachi Zosen Corporation), and others.
· Photos from the training
· Exercise examples
[Category I]

When I checked the voltage signals of vibration acceleration on a rotating machinery, the sign wave was as shown below. Calibration value is 1.0 m/s2 per volt. Which one of the following amplitude values is correct?

  • 1) 7.0m/s2
  • 2) 6.0m/s2
  • 3) 5.0m/s2
  • 4) 4.0m/s2
  • 5) 3.0m/s2
[Category II]

For field balancing, I measured the initial vibration vector A as shown below, added a weight of 1g at the position of 120° and measured the vector B. What is the amplitude phase of the initial vibration vector A?

  • 1) 50mm 150°
  • 2) 50mm 180°
  • 3) 60mm 150°
  • 4) 60mm 210°
  • 5) 60mm 30°
[Category III]

On a two-stage gear speed reducer, of which the input rotational speed is 1785 rpm, a vibration as shown below was measured. The gear mesh frequency at the faster rotating stage is 740 Hz and the slower rotating stage is 470 Hz. Which one of the following is the most likely failure that is being experienced?

  • 1) Mesh failure of gears at the faster stage
  • 2) Mesh failure of gears at the slower stage
  • 3) Misalignment
  • 4) Unbalance
  • 5) Lost teeth at the faster stage

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