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Efficient Vibration Data Collection For Condition Based Maintenance Programs

Bob Martin | Field Applications Engineer, IMI Sensors
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

Condition-based maintenance is an important strategy used to achieve the quality and capacity that is required in manufacturing today. To achieve these goals, vibration analysis is helpful for determining rotating equipment condition and performance. Collecting correct and usable vibration data is critical to the success of any vibration analysis program. Unfortunately, there are challenges that must be overcome in order to provide this data that were not necessarily issues in the past. Safety and staffing need to be addressed as well, as the need to ensure that the vibration analyst or monitoring system gets good data. Fortunately, technology has provided solutions to some of these challenges. These solutions coupled with the ability to detect the presence of bad data can greatly increase the ability of the program to improve plant performance.

Learning Takeaways:

1. The various ways that data is collected are explained with their positive and negative features.
2. Examples of bad data will be demonstrated and explained.
3. Alternate methods of data collection will be detailed.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Bob Martin is a field applications engineer for IMI Sensors. He is a CMRP and a Category Three Certified Vibration Analyst. Bob has been helping establish and support companies with their predictive maintenance programs for over 25 years. His experience with spectrum analysis extends back over 40 years beginning with his work in the US Navy as an anti-submarine warfare systems operator, flying as aircrew, on P-3 Orion patrol aircraft.

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About the Author

Bob Martin Field Applications Engineer, IMI Sensors

Bob Martin is a field applications engineer for IMI Sensors. He is a CMRP and a Category Three Certified Vibration Analyst. Bob has been helping establish and support companies with their predictive maintenance programs for over 25 years. His experience with spectrum analysis extends back over 40 years beginning with his work in the US Navy as an anti-submarine warfare systems operator, flying as aircrew, on P-3 Orion patrol aircraft.