Metalworking Fluid Management Certificate Program

The purpose of this program is to provide a standard achievement to improve participants’ knowledge and understanding of metalworking fluid management. Beginning with a review of the many different operations that use metalworking fluids, the program covers everything from the fundamentals of fluid and additive chemistry to end-user troubleshooting. Once participants pass the post-exam, they will have documentation to validate their expertise.

Class Details

Class Name:
Metalworking Fluid Management Certificate Program
Audience:
Chemical process operators; end users; fluid suppliers; health and safety personnel; industrial hygienists; laboratory and technical personnel; machinists; metalworking plant managers and supervisors; metalworking fluid, additive and equipment sales personnel; metalworking system managers and technicians; plant and fluid maintenance personnel.
Duration:
3 Day Course
Language:
English

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the various types of metalworking operations
  • Recognize the primary types of metalworking fluids
  • Identify chemicals used to formulate metalworking fluids
  • Understand performance additives used tankside
  • Become aware of metalworking fluid microbiology fundamentals
  • Identify antimicrobial additives used to control microbial contamination in metalworking fluids
  • Understand fundamental concepts of metalworking fluid toxicology
  • Understand industrial hygiene for metalworking facilities
  • Become familiar with condition monitoring tests
  • Use test data to manage metalworking fluid systems

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