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Autonomous Maintenance. Pneumatics training module for operators

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Basic Pneumatic – Introduction Introduction Overview: Pneumatics is all about using compressed air “to make something happen”. The word Pneu is Greek meaning wind, breath or air. Pneumatic equipment refers to those items that use or are driven by air. Air has no definite shape or volume it takes

TPM Autonomous Maintenance Step 4 Lubrication Module. Part 2

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In-Line Air Lubricators These lubricators lubricate the air supply to air operated equipment.  Do you work on any air operated equipment? Drip rates can be adjusted using the adjustment knob on top of the lubricator. Components Identified Air lubricators cannot be filled while pressurized.  Pressure must be removed by

TPM Autonomous Maintenance Step 4 Lubrication Module. Part 1

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Purpose of Lubrication As shown in the figure, the lubricating fluid film between the two surfaces keeps the surfaces from making direct contact.  The very small particles of the lubricating fluid in the film move over each other reducing the friction between the surfaces. Training Objectives Describe the purpose

Electrical and Sensor Module – AM TPM training – World Class Manufacturing

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Electrical and Sensor Module Objectives This module provides a basic electrical safety awareness and NOT technical electricity training. The module will provide the tools and ideas on what to do in case of electrical fire, what to visually inspect, and the abnormalities you may encounter in the plant. Operators