Five Minute Facts
Leaks can form practically anywhere in a plant. This includes pressurised systems and systems under a vacuum.While it is important to locate potential safety hazards from leaks, the loss of gases through leaks can be very costly.
- Adrian Messer
- UE Systems
This 5 minute fact discusses the machine condition lifecycle curve, three distinct operating windows within that curve and methods to extend the usable life of equipment. You’ll hear about methods to monitor equipment during a proactive maintenance phase, predictive maintenance phase and finally the fault phase. Finally, solutions to help implement monitoring during all phases of the machine lifecycle will be discussed.
- Perfecto Martinez
Lubricating oil in gas turbines and hydraulic systems is unfortunately subject to the ravages of varnish. It is well-documented that varnish is an insoluble contaminant comprised of oil degradation by-products and sometimes depleted additive molecules..
- Evan Zabawski
When it comes to lubrication, some people assume it’s “just oil” or “just grease,” and they choose the cheapest one. This needs to change. Lubrication is not a commodity…
- Geoff Manley
- Lubrication Engineers Pty Ltd
An Arc Flash is an energy discharge of light and heat that forms when a fault occurs in an electrical circuit. The arcing results in a tremendous amount of energy being released as current flowing through ionized air. An Arc Blast, separate from an Arc Flash, is a supersonic shockwave produced when the uncontrolled arc vaporizes the metal conductors.
- Martin Robinson
- IRISS Inc.
PRUFTECHNIK sensALIGN technology upgrades ancient angularity and offset measurement practices..