Roller bearing training seminar set for May in Mississauga
Mississauga, ON -- Regardless of the industry, one reality is that demands on rotating equipment result in demands directly on bearings. As a result, NTN Canada’s Technical Engineering and Maintenance Team is once again offering a...
Mississauga, ON — Regardless of the industry, one reality is that demands on rotating equipment result in demands directly on bearings. As a result, NTN Canada’s Technical Engineering and Maintenance Team is once again offering a three-day Roller Bearing Application and Maintenance Seminar that will cover bearing design, selection, installation, lubrication, sealing, maintenance and root cause failure analysis. It takes place at the NTN Bearing Corp. of Canada facility at 305 Courtney Park Dr. W., Mississauga, ON, May 15-17, 2012, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily.
If you design, maintain or repair rotating equipment, this program is a must to enhance your asset’s daily performance. The intensive course is presented using interactive lectures and hands-on workshops, and it concentrates on common bearing problems with a practical approach on how to avoid premature bearing failure.
Participants will also have a chance to visit one of Canada’s most advanced bearing manufacturing plants.
The presenters include Marcus Wickert, P.Eng., and Randy Ikenouye, P. Eng.
Currently NTN’s technical resources manager, Wickert has provided bearing failure analyses, equipment reviews, and installations to heavy industries for over 18 years. Familiar with the challenges of pulp and paper, mining, forestry, aggregate and general industry, he has delivered maintenance seminars across Canada to hundreds of individuals in a practical interactive format.
As a Mechanical Engineer with NTN for over 16 years, Ikenouyehas succeeded at facilitating customers with new equipment designs as well as optimizing existing equipment performance. His current position as engineering manager for industrial OEM and heavy duty truck focuses on advancing original equipment design across Canada as well as assisting the transportation industry with their daily requirements and challenges.
The registration fee is C$995 plus HST per person. Lunch and all materials are included.