Every vibration analyst must be able to detect rolling element bearing fault conditions. But the question everyone wants to be able to answer is; “when will the bearing fail?”
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.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jason Tranter is the founder and Managing Director of Mobius Institute. Jason is the author of the majority of the Mobius Institute training courses and e-learning products covering reliability improvement, condition monitoring, and precision maintenance topics. Mobius Institute has training centers in over 60 countries, with direct offices in Australia, Europe, and the United States.
Mr. Tranter has been involved with this field of work since 1984. He has worked with people in a variety of industries to help improve reliability and implement successful condition monitoring programs. He has written numerous articles and presented at conferences around the world where he has often won “speaker of the conference”.
About the Author
Jason TranterFounder & CEO, Mobius Institute
Jason Tranter is the founder and CEO of Mobius Institute. Jason is the author of the majority of the Mobius Institute training courses and e-learning products covering reliability improvement, condition monitoring, and precision maintenance topics. Over 35,000 people (as of 2020) have been formally trained in these courses, and many thousands more have been educated via the elearning courses. Plus, thousands have read articles, attended conference presentations, and watched videos and webinars on many sites, including cbmconnect.com, reliabilityconnect.com, and YouTube (over 1.3 million views).