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Gain Deep Insights into Bearing Health with Ultrasound

Adrian Messer | Manager of US Operations, UE Systems
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Webinar Description: 

Before taking full advantage of ultrasonic technology, many of us go to great lengths to identify a failing condition in our anti-friction bearings. We look for either the smallest change in movement or a slight increase in surface temperature to tell us that something is not working properly. Could there be a more obvious measurement that will tell us that not only is something wrong, but more importantly, that will also help prevent the failure from occurring in the first place? Yes, and using ultrasonic equipment and analysis, it is so obvious! It is in the bearing’s name – Friction!

Friction is inherent in all bearings, but when this friction starts to change, ultrasonic analysis can tell us a lot about what is happening in that bearing. When both friction and impact monitoring with ultrasound gets combined with the real-time data collection of a IIoT system, we can uncover the obvious signs of a bearing asking for help and prevent failure from happening in the first place. You just need to know what to look for, and because ultrasonic technology makes it is so simple, you may wonder why you tried to measure other parameters in the first place.

Learning Takeaways:

  1. Learn how ultrasound can provide the earliest indicator of bearing failure
  2. Learn how the OnTrak SmartLube addresses the 4 main lubrication related failures that account for 80% of premature bearing failure
  3. See real life examples of how companies have implemented this solution & the results they’ve seen

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About the Presenter

Adrian Messer is the Manager of US Operations for UE Systems, Inc. For more than a decade, Adrian has been helping facilities around the country transform their reliability programs by successfully implementing Ultrasound technology for condition monitoring and energy conservation applications. As a subject matter expert on Ultrasound technology and implementation best practices, Mr. Messer has been a featured speaker at many industry events. He is a graduate of Clemson University and maintains close ties to the University assisting current students in a mentorship program through the College of Business & Behavioral Science. Adrian is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) through the Society of Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP), and he is also a charter member of Carolina’s Chapter of SMRP and the current interim Chairman of the chapter.

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About the Author

Adrian Messer Manager of US Operations, UE Systems

Adrian Messer is the Manager of US Operations for UE Systems, Inc. For more than a decade, Adrian has been helping facilities around the country transform their reliability programs by successfully implementing Ultrasound technology for condition monitoring and energy conservation applications. As a subject matter expert on Ultrasound technology and implementation best practices, Mr. Messer has been a featured speaker at many industry events. He is a graduate of Clemson University and maintains close ties to the University assisting current students in a mentorship program through the College of Business & Behavioral Science. Adrian is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) through the Society of Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP), and he is also a charter member of Carolina’s Chapter of SMRP and the current interim Chairman of the chapter.