Nine Minutes of Knowledge
How do you monitor the vibration severity with trending? Reading a single spectrum for RCA allows us to find…
- Sven Fleischer
- PRUFTECHNIK S.E.A.
In dusty or wet vibration monitoring applications, sealing of the sensor itself as well as sealing of the cable to the sensor is of prime importance in order to avoid contamination of the signal. But how sealed is it? Is there a way to quantify “sealed”?
- Meredith Christman
- PCB Piezotronics
In the short presentation, we review bearing frequencies and symptoms. What is the "Demod" Spectrum?
- Scott Dow
- CBM CONNECT
Improper bearing lubrication is responsible for several issues, such as increased lubricant usage, increased bearing purchases (due to failures), increased equipment failures, increased operating temperatures, and motors that run inefficiently.
- Adrian Messer
- UE Systems
In this short video, we will review the history of Vertical Pumps and the types of Vertical Pumps. We'll also discuss the obstacles that are encountered in the field and provide some case history examples...
- Allen Bailey
- IVC Technologies
There are a lot of equipment types in industry that exhibit continuously varying speed. This presents a number of challenges to the vibration analyst. If a time sample is collected as the machine is continuously changing speed, the FFT will produce a virtually useless plot...
- Greg Lee
In this presentation will will discuss the vibration and ESA fault detection of rotor bar faults in three medium voltage compressor motors and how the combined use allowed the risk of catastrophic failure to be assessed...
- Howard Penrose
- MotorDoc LLC