This webinar discusses the factors that govern the selection of appropriate vibration monitoring system for various rotating equipment’s that are used in most of the industrial environment such as steam & Gas Turbines, Centrifugal Compressors, Pumps, Fans, Blowers, Electrical Motors & Generators, Gearboxes, etc. and provides the guidelines to choose the best monitoring system.
- Subba Rao Ganti
- Quest Reliability
Industrial AI has the potential to radically improve asset optimization. It also has the potential to exponentially increase backlog and overwhelm plant staff. Thousands of sensors, thousands of alerts, floods of data...What assets do you monitor? Which alerts must be responded to? What do you DO when get an alert? The value of digitalization for managing asset performance is only achieved when the right work is done to the right assets at the right time.
- Tacoma Zach
The use of video has changed the way we see and measure vibration over the last 5 years in the reliability space but we have just scratched the surface of what is possible with this technology. Join us to learn more about all of the ways that Motion Amplification® can be utilized within your vibration program and how implementing them can improve your equipment reliability, increase uptime, and improve communications within your organization.
- Jeff Hay
- RDI Technologies
Today, more than ever the case for maintenance planning & scheduling are critical to the success of organizations to function at optimal level. Operations and Maintenance must work in unison to fully achieve world class. This session will discuss the partnership between the two groups and how inefficiencies impact this relationship.
- Andy Gager
- AMG International Consulting, LLC
As wireless sensor technology begins to take the leading edge within the industrial internet of things community, a new era of data security has emerged that requires diligent thought and consideration on the part of end users, system integrators, and key stake holders.
- Michael Howard, DSc
This presentation is focused on improving reliability in overhung fan applications. Although the majority of the presentation is aimed at overhung fans, what we’ll discuss is relevant to many different types of rotating equipment, but especially those fitted with plummer block or pillow block bearing housings. The presentation details the common issues we see on overhung fans when analysing data and undertaking reliability surveys at client sites. Unfortunately a high proportion of issues we see stem from poor engineering practices rather than purely mechanical defects and in this presentation we will discuss the common errors.
- Graham Scrogham
- AVT Reliability
In this webinar we will discuss why it is important to assess pipework vibration, regulations and best practices, which pipework most at ricsk and perform a pipework vibtration assesment while higlighting some good and bad examples.
- Simon Hirst
- AVT Reliability
Let’s face the facts: Cool sensors, intelligent software and big data with analytics are way sexier than tightening bolts, greasing, and cleaning your machines. Bosses are people too! When they meet with other bosses, they want cool stuff like Industry 4.0 to tout. No one wants to hear about what really goes on in the trenches. The truth is: Making equipment reliable is an all-hands job. It requires attention across the whole company across all the equipment life cycles. Engineering, finance, procurement, maintenance, and operations have to work together to achieve the best reliability outcome.
- Joel Levitt
In the Spring of 2020, RELIABILITY CONNECT® collected more than 1,000 survey responses from maintenance and reliability professionals from all regions of the world. The survey data provides a rich benchmarking resource and underscores some important success factors for reliability programs. In this presentation, we will review the report and share the keys to reliability improvement success and provide you with insights that can be used to improve your reliability program immediately. We will also explore comparisons between programs with different maintenance cost performance levels.
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute