Strategies for Leading a Global Corporate COE on Reliability and Maintenance Improvement- CONNECT Conversations
Tim Goshert joins Doug Plucknette and Ron Moore to discuss strategies to lead a global corporate reliability and maintenance improvement effort.
- Doug Plucknette
- RELIABILITY CONNECT
This study provides brief details of an early warning system of an impending failure for an overhead conveyor in an automotive manufacturing plant in the US.
- Tumay Karaver
- Artesis Technology Systems
Electrical equipment failures especially motors account for nearly half of facilities downtime, and the difference between a poor Electrical Preventative Maintenance programme and an excellent one is approximately 12 times.
- Mark Gurney
- 3Phi Reliability
After spending nearly two decades helping people solve problems related to physical assets and asset reliability, earlier this year, I decided it was time for a change and stepped into the maintenance and reliability talent acquisition and staff augmentation field.
- Adrian Messer
- Progressive Reliability, LLC
For most businesses, their assets and equipment are a large expense and a critical component of their core business operations. For instance, in manufacturing companies, shredders, mixers, generators, lifts, centrifuges, and conveyor belts all play crucial roles in turning raw materials into finished goods.
- Jeff Roscher
Your mission: to further increase your equipment reliability and fully integrate fluid analysis into your maintenance program. Will you accept Mission: Reliability?
- Polaris Laboratories
What does machine health monitoring look like in an era of the online workday, personnel shortages, and supply chain hang-ups? These recent trends have influenced practices in predictive maintenance—including how data is collected, shared, and analyzed. Read on for five condition monitoring solutions to avoid manufacturing delays and optimize workflow.
- Bob Martin
- IMI Sensors
Drive Smarter Maintenance and Better Operating Decisions by Collecting, Interpreting, and Applying the Right Data
With the rise of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), a new world of possibilities has opened for manufacturers. Given this extraordinary evolution, it's inevitable that the shift must involve leveraging all the value inherent in available data.
- Pieter Van Camp
- I-Care Group
Simple and Easy Steps for Implementing Predictive Maintenance in Machinery using High Frequency Vibration Data and Edge AI
Currently, the most commonly used standard for maintenance processes is Time-based Maintenance (TBM) that involves inspection, repair, and part replacement at regular intervals. In general, TBM is not optimal and cost effective. On the other hand, Condition-based Maintenance (CBM) involves the utilization of various types of sensor data collected from machines to perform repairs or other countermeasures before malfunctions or anomalies occur, hence reducing the unnecessary cost of maintenance.
- Vikas Kumar Singh