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Vibration Analysis ISO Category II
Vibration Analysis ISO Category II
Vibration Analysis ISO Category II
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Vibration Analysis II

About the course:

This 5-day course is an ideal training for people who has entered vibration measurement of rotating equipment and has gained some experience in collecting vibration data and analysis, and those who want to grow in Predictive Maintenance / Condition Monitoring programs.

The course is in accordance with ISO 18436-2 Requirements for Certification. Individuals certified to Category II can perform machinery vibration measurements and basic vibration analysis. Trainees in VA Cat. II course review all the knowledge and skills of VA Cat. I, and will learn to:
  • select the appropriate machinery vibration measurement technique.

  • set up instruments and select proper parameters (Fmax, resolution, averages, overlap, …)

  • identify equipment and their operational characteristics.

  • perform basic vibration analysis of machinery such as fans, pumps, compressors, and gearboxes.

  • maintain a database of results and trends.

  • perform basic impact tests to determine natural frequencies.

  • evaluate equipment’s overall vibration levels in accordance with applicable standards.

  • recommend corrective actions.

  • understand basic single-plane dynamic balancing concepts.

To register for an upcoming public course, go to the Home page and select the training (Click Here).
For a Private (in-house) training, contact VibeLube (Click Here)

Course Topics in Brief :

1. Principles of vibration
2. Data acquisition
3. Signal processing
4. Condition monitoring
5. Fault analysis
6. Corrective action
7. Equipment knowledge
8. Acceptance testing
9. Equipment testing and diagnostics
10. Reference standards
11. Reporting and documentation
12. Fault severity determination

Know Your Instructor:

Iraj (Roy) ZARIEH is president of VibeLube Inc., a Trainer, Consultant, and service provider in Reliability, and Condition Monitoring Techniques. Over 20 years, Roy has instructed training courses in ‘Machinery Vibration Analysis’ (level I–II-III) and machinery Lubrication (level I–II). Roy is a certified level III vibration analyst by CMVA & Vibration Institute. His experience spans more than three decades in various industrial sectors with senior engineering roles and strong work experience/portfolio in Advanced Machinery Vibration Analysis.

  • Course fee is C$2700 for in-person (in-class) and C$2400 for Live Online registration.

  • A 10% discount applies for three or more from a company registering for the same course.

The certification exam is at the course completion (day 5, afternoon) provided by Canadian Machinery Vibration Association (CMVA). For more information visit and click: Certification Exam.

Individuals and employees who want to work in vibration diagnosis and predictive maintenance of rotating machinery including:

• Maintenance Personnel
• Millwrights
• Mechanics
• Electricians
• Predictive Maintenance Technicians
• Manufacturing and Industrial Engineers
• Reliability Engineers
• HVAC Technicians
• Lubrication Technicians
• Property Managers & Operators
• Commercial Building Operators
• Vibration Service Contractors

The training course begins at 8:00 a.m. and concludes at 5:00 p.m. every day. All attendees in the Machinery Vibrations training course will receive:

  • Course Power Points
  • Class Notes
  • Workbook
  • Certificate of Training Completion

Private (In-House) training

VibeLube instructs in-house training courses all year round. Contact us for information and to book your training.

Thank you for your interest!

We are happy to hold a private (in-house) training course. Please click the button below page and leave a detailed message with your contact info. Your instructor ‘Roy’ will get in touch with you shortly.