Learn about the importance of oil analysis in any successful lubrication reliability program and the specific steps for implementing an oil analysis program – including identification of program objectives, determining sampling strategy, selecting test packages, establishing evaluation process, and managing the program.
- Scott Leipprandt
- Lubrication Engineers
In this Webinar, we will discuss a number of ways that we can avoid bearing failures. The topics will range from spares management, installation practices, lubrication practices, and operating practices. We will also discuss how we can detect the root causes so we can eliminate them before the bearing is harmed, and how we can learn from failures to avoid them in the future. It won't be a short Webinar, but it will be informative!
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
In this webinar, we will discuss techniques and give practical insight on how to overcome credibility issues and create employee engagement. We will focus on techniques that have been used across different industries that have proven results. We will learn how to drive culture change throughout the organization through the maintenance department, how to overcome blame and what to do to solution problems on the plant floor.
- Joe Anderson
- Reliability X
The non-contact aspect of the technology makes it ideal for measure of assets that are inaccessible, which is common in most manufacturing facilities. Videos created through Motion Amplification enhance the understanding of the components and interrelationships creating the motion. Examples of uses are troubleshooting process lines to determine motion that produce jams or quality issues in products. Multiple examples and case studies will be highlighted ranging from a simple case of resonance or non-linear behavior to complex structures and motions.
- Jeff Hay
- RDI Technologies
Today’s electrical distribution assets are more complex and require a different approach to maintenance. Technology is available today to support data-driven, reliable, and safe condition-based monitoring of these assets that enable companies to recognize safe, effective and profitable outcomes.
- Martin Robinson
- IRISS Inc.
It's well-known that the primary costs and losses in petroleum refining come from sudden failures of equipment. A distributed control system (DCS) supplies comprehensive information on the process and operation modes of the equipment. However, its health during operation escapes the attention of operators who continuously change process modes while controlling the process plant.
- Andrey Kostyukov
- DYNAMICS Scientific Production Center USA, Inc.