$2,310 – $3,465

Lubricant Blending and Quality Assurance

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Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

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About This Course

The course aims to explain how lubricant blending plants are designed and why, to provide an in-depth understanding of the principles, economics and flexibility of lubricant blending plants and how to operate a lubricants blending plant efficiently and economically. The latest developments and trends in lubricant blending and the advantages and disadvantages of lubricant blending equipment, facilities and operations will be discussed. The importance of testing components and products for each blend, lubricant blend quality control and product quality management will be explained. It will also clarify the importance of lubricant product filling, packaging and warehouse storage, strategies for optimising existing lubricant blending plant facilities and how to avoid or minimise problems with lubricant blending and product quality.

Why You Should Attend

This in-depth, practical training course will help middle and senior managers to understand how and why to design and operate an efficient and profitable lubricant blending plant. It will help blending plant operators and specialists to improve and optimise current blending plant operations. Manufacturers of lubricants will understand how and why high quality components and effective testing during the entire blending process are important to final lubricant product quality and performance. Lubricant formulators will understand the importance of close communication and co-operation with blending plant managers and operators to minimise blending costs and to thereby maximise product profitability.

About the Trainer

R David Whitby

David began his career with British Petroleum, as a process chemist at the Kwinana refinery in Western Australia. He worked for BP for 22 years in a number of management positions, including Marketing and Business Development Manager at Kalsep (an advanced separations company), Business Manager at BP Ventures, Project Leader for Industrial Lubricants at BP Research and Marketing Services Officer at Duckhams Oils. David was Programme Director for Lubricants Courses at The Oxford Princeton Programme (formerly the College of Petroleum and Energy Studies), where he was responsible for planning the overall lubricants course programme and for the content and marketing of all the courses.

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