Ball Mill Trunnion Shaft

GRINDING  BALL MILL MAINTENANCE COURSE

The purpose of the course is to implement appropriate problem-solving techniques to excel in analyzing and adjusting work maintenance procedures and instruction for maximum efficiency of your daily work tasks.

Objectives

The Ball Mill Maintenance course is designed to engage in the effective use of hands-on learning methodology as a unique combination of theory and practical work section applied to the maintenance inspection of the ball mill system. This course offers an in-depth understanding of the maintenance activities, providing the precise tools to achieve optimal levels of personal performance and accomplishment obtaining tangible and positive impact in the performance and reliability of the ball mill area.

The increased knowledge and subsequent implementation of maintenance procedures will greatly improve the productivity of the mill and increase plant efficiency. How to perform the specified maintenance activities and repair works to prevent breakdowns and ensure desirable availability of the ball mill system.

Benefits

Effectively blend high-level skills with technical expertise to demonstrate success in reducing maintenance cost while maintaining high-quality performance. Establish clear and meaningful criteria or standards for an effective maintenance program, planning, inspection and quality execution.

Course Contents

Ball Mill and roller presses as pre-grinders

Ball mill reliability program- Safety hazards – Maintenance strategy – type of mill supports, advantages and disadvantages – Maintenance philosophy – Wear parts analysis, trend and optimization – Mill drive system, advantages and disadvantages – Drives preventive and predictive inspection – NDT measurement – Lubrication program – Bearings support – Separator, types, preventive and predictive maintenance – Dust Collector maintenance – Alignment, benefits, inspection and RCA.

Method

The course consists of theoretical classroom training, exercises, case study, work section and field inspection.

Documentation

To enhance and facilitate the participants’ learning experiences, the following materials are as part of the course package:

  • Participant manual:
  • Include the key concepts, definitions, and activities presented in this course.
  • Work section book:

Provide learning activities and hands-on practice. Solutions are included after each exercise for immediate feedback

 

Duration

3 days

Planned course days

To be agreed.

Location

The course can be held on approved cement plant as well as off-site locations.

Registration fee

To be agreed. 

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