In this Interview Tom Murphy shares his 30 year condition monitoring experience noticing how poorley, with some notable exceptions technical schools and universities teach. In the last 27 years he began to relaise two things: 1. Condition monitoring was more than just vibration and infrared, 2. Not all problems rotate..
- Tom Murphy
- Reliability Team Limited
This white paper will present and shed more light on how ultrasonic technology is used and the benefits offered by DataSuite in the context of a power station...
- Steffen Moeck
Some manufacturers of crystal infrared windows claim their products are “Arc Resistant”!! This is a very dangerous statement to make especially when we already know that crystals cannot take any form of impact,..
- Martin Robinson
- IRISS Inc.
By nature, high-frequency sound is very low-energy, so it tends not to travel far from its source. On a motor-and-pump setup, for instance, we’d ideally like to take our readings…
- Rob Kalwarowsky
- Rob's Reliability
Poor lubrication practices account for as much as 40% of all premature bearing failures. When ultrasound is utilized to assess lubrication needs and schedule grease replenishment intervals, that number drops below 10%. What would 30% fewer bearing related failures mean for your organization?
- Allan Rienstra
- SDT International
We at IRISS cannot stress the importance of safety for electrical personnel enough and that why we created the IR Windows and Ultrasound Ports to help protect those doing electrical inspection by minimizing risk in this CBM data collection task.
- Drew Walts
When we were developing our overhead crane monitoring program for ArcelorMittal, we had to find a way to get rid of the influence from the wheel contacting the rails. This is similar to a challenge we encountered…
- Kris Deckers
- I-care Group
When using ultrasound for slow-speed systems, there are some things to consider. The first is our alarm levels. Slow-speed bearings will have a relatively…
- Christopher Hallum
- UE Systems Europe B.V.