Vibration Analysis Category II

This course provides an in-depth study of machinery faults and their associated spectrum, time waveform, and phase characteristics.

This Intermediate Vibration Analysis course is intended for personnel who have at least eighteen months of vibration analysis experience and a thorough understanding of vibration theory and terminology. The course provides an in-depth study of machinery faults and their associated spectrum, time waveform, and phase characteristics. You will learn how to collect the right data with the correct vibration analyser settings. In addition, you will learn about shaft alignment and balancing so that you can improve the reliability of the equipment. The key is that with the VCAT-II course, you will transition from being a person who is primarily capable of collecting data to a person who can diagnose faults on the critical machinery, and in some cases, prevent or correct them.
Once you complete the training, you can take the exam with confidence, and become certified to ISO 18436-2 Category II via the internationally respected Mobius Institute Board of Certification [MIBoC]™. The MIBoC certification is accredited to ISO/IEC 17024 – there is no higher standard. You will join thousands of other Mobius™ certified analysts around the world.
Category II certification requires that you have demonstrated 18 months experience in vibration analysis, completed the Category II course and successfully pass the Category II vibration analyst examination, however Category I is not a prerequisite to become certified as a Category II vibration analysts.
Who should attend?
If you have been performing vibration analysis for more than twelve months and feel that you have a good understanding of the fundamentals, then you are ready to step up to the CAT II Vibration Analysis course. Anyone who wants to be confident and capable of diagnosing a wide range of fault conditions, correct certain conditions, and taking accurate measurements needs to take this course.
  • Review of maintenance practices
  • Review of condition monitoring technologies
  • Principles of vibration
  • Data acquisition
  • Proximity probes
  • velocity sensors
  • and accelerometers
  • Signal processing
  • Vibration analysis
  • Fault analysis
  • Equipment testing and diagnostics
  • Corrective action
  • Running a successful condition monitoring program
  • Acceptance testing
  • Review of ISO standards

Munna Naik

VA CAT III Certified Analyst and Asset Reliability Practitioner (ARP-E) trained and having more than 16 years of hands-on Industrial experience in Condition Monitoring of various technologies like Vibration analysis, Ultrasound, infrared Thermography, MCSA, Turbomachinery’s Troubleshooting & Root-Cause Failure Analysis of chronic design flaws with out of the box thinking strategy and having an exposure to the World-Class Reliability Platforms with awards & rewards.
Mr Munna is renowned professional in the industry and delivers excellent training with his practical hands-on Industrial experience.