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Learn How to Get to the Root Cause of Your Electric Motor Failures

Noah Bethel
Noah Bethel | Vice President-Product Development, PdMA Corporation
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Webinar Description:

Electric motor reliability is critical, and it is vital to recognize electric motor fault indications when they arise and take the right action to mitigate or reduce the impact on production. This webinar will discuss fault zones of your electric motor and review case studies involving machine train and power circuit faults in various applications.

Learning Takeaways:

 1) Machine Train Influence on Electric Motor Data

2) Effect of Power Circuit Fault Influence on Electric Motor Performance

3) Detailed Analysis Techniques for Electric Motors

About the Presenter:

Noah has over twenty-five years of broad operations and electrical systems maintenance experience in industrial, commercial, and military settings ranging from nuclear submarines to world-class amusement parks. His experience includes high and low voltage, AC and DC, power generation, power distribution, motors, and motor controllers. Noah is currently in charge of product development for new and existing PdM technology at PdMA Corporation.

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About the Author

Noah Bethel
Noah Bethel Vice President-Product Development, PdMA Corporation

Noah has over twenty-five years of broad operations and electrical systems maintenance experience in industrial, commercial, and military settings ranging from nuclear submarines to world class amusement parks. His experience includes high and low voltage, AC and DC, power generation, power distribution, motors, and motor controllers. Noah is currently in charge of product development for new and existing PdM technology at PdMA Corporation.

Noah is a graduate of the University of the State of New York and the Naval Nuclear Power School and Training Unit. He is a Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional, with field experience in motor circuit analysis, current signature, power analysis, thermography, vibration analysis, oil analysis and ultrasonic testing.