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Corporate Seminar

This service is currently available only in Japan.

With Condition-based monitoring (predictive maintenance) approach, we support our customers in a corporate seminar for efficient maintenance/management of the equipment.

Maintenance (repair and maintenance) is conducted to maintain equipment, recovering from failure or inadequate condition.
The methods of maintenance approach are classified as below. "Condition-based monitoring" is especially becoming popular as it prevents troubles much more effectively. To maintain/manage equipment efficiently by "condition-based maintenance", through understanding of the equipment and techniques and capability to quantitatively evaluate the condition. SHINKAWA's corporate seminars help our customers manage them all.

Seminar Course

SHINKAWA, a leading manufacturer for vibration measurement instrument industry, has developed an original training kit.
Three types of seminars are available to fit various training needs.

1) Customizable seminar

We offer customized educational seminar to meet your needs, the desired level and time schedule.
Place: SHINKAWA Sensor Technology, Inc. (Higashi Hiroshima)
* We can also offer a seminar on your premises.

Seminar example
Time Day 1
Sensors used for TSI and measurement principles and characteristics by the loop
Day 2
Driver calibration using a calibration kit
*hands-on training included
Day 3
Monitor calibration using simulation inputs
*hands-on training included
9:00 1.1 Introductions of sensors by each parameter*, with explanation on the measurement principle
- Eddy-current noncontact sensor
- Magnetic pickup
- Conductive type sensor
- Piezoelectric sensor
* Rotational speed, eccentricity, thermal expansion, differential expansion, vibration, axial position, valve position, bearing temp.
2.1 Standard values* for sensors to drivers
* SCF (Scale factor), sensitivity, linearity
3.1 Monitor operation, how to change different parameters, etc.
10:00
11:00 2.2 Test method of static characteristics using a calibration kit (hands-on training included.) 3.2 Monitor calibration using simulation inputs (hands-on training included.)
12:00(Break)
13:00 1.2 Lecture on the measurement principles of loops, on from rotational speed to vibration 2.2 Test method of static characteristics using a calibration kit (hands-on training included.) 3.2 Monitor calibration using simulation inputs (hands-on training included.)
14:00
15:00 1. Must-know technical information for each parameter
* Rotational speed, eccentricity, thermal expansion, differential expansion, vibration, axial position, valve position, bearing temp.
3.3 Performance of combination of sensor and monitor
16:00 2.3 Precautions regarding installation of sensors to drivers and troubleshooting 3.4 Precautions regarding installation of monitors and troubleshooting

2) Introduction to vibration diagnostics

Vibration measurement instrument professionals give intelligible lectures on vibration analysis. Factory tour is also available for participants to see the manufacturing site of vibration measuring instruments that they may not see in their daily lives. Place:SHINKAWA Sensor Technology, Inc.(Higashi Hiroshima)

Seminar example
Time Contents
09:15 to 09:30 Orientation
09:30 to 09:50 Company introduction
09:50 to 10:30 Factory tour and showroom visit
10:30 to 10:45 Break
10:45 to 11:45 Vibration monitoring system
11:45 to 12:15 Vibration sensor principles and characteristics
12:15 to 12:45 Demonstration on a rotor kit
12:45 to 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 to 15:00 Vibration analysis
15:00 to 15:15 Closing

3) Commissioned training

We conduct a part of your training program on commission. If the site is your premise, we also support sending lecturers and hiring out the training kit.

Seminar example
Time Contents
10:30 to 10:40 Orientation
10:40 to 12:00 Basics of rotor vibration. Host (customer)
12:00 to 13:00 Break
13:00 to 14:45 Rotor vibration measurement and excitation experiment, data analysis. SHINKAWA (us)
14:45 to 15:00 Break
15:00 to 16:20 Handling rotor vibration troubles. Host (customer)
16:20 to 17:00 Q and A

TEL:81-3-3263-4411 FAX:81-3-3262-2171

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