This presentation will not only focus on collecting current signature , but also will cover the analysis part of spectral data to determine the number of cracked/broken bars along with the severity level and needed corresponding corrective actions . This will be clearly shown through two real case studies in my plant for two 1.2 MW induction motors.
- Mohamed Wahba
This presentation introduces the concept of HD condition monitoring technology, showing how it has been used to detect bearing damage in a low-speed gearbox. The presentation describes the spalling process in bearings with supporting photos of real bearing damages and suitable techniques for early damage detection.
- Tim Sundstrom
- SPM Instrument
Estimating the Remaining Life of a Rolling Element Bearing with Vibration, Ultrasound, Oil, and Infrared Analysis
In this animated presentation, Jason will explain how vibration analysis, ultrasound, oil analysis and wear particle analysis, as well as infrared analysis, can be used to detect rolling element bearing faults and provide an indication of the remaining life of the bearing. Using these condition monitoring techniques correctly, it is possible to detect a bearing fault a year or more before it would ultimately fail. But using these technologies, it is possible to look for signs that indicate the approximate remaining life.
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
We live in challenging times. This is particularly true in the predictive maintenance world, and acutely true in the area of vibration analysis. Today, most manufacturing sites have active reliability programs in place with the means of measuring plant performance and processes to find and correct repetitive problems that effect plant uptime...
- Bob Martin
- IMI Sensors
This webinar covers the mistakes often made with motor bases and how to implement practices that will improve performance and reliability..
- Michael Olszewski
- Reliability Concepts
This webinar will provide an unconventional approach to quickly decipher all the information on a report in 2 minutes or less, using real examples, to encourage the reading of every report (not just those alarmed as critical).
Attendees will learn a new skill to save time reading reports, while bringing their oil analysis out of a reactive maintenance mode and back into a truly predictive maintenance mode...
- Evan Zabawski
Due to limited time and tight schedules, major outages require many resources and are often stressful processes. While many companies focus on reactive maintenance because of a culture built decades ago, a small perspective change toward a proactive approach can provide enormous value to equipment reliability and uptime.
- Ed Duda