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Oil Analysis Alarms: Practical Steps to Increase Your Site’s Ability to Manage Abnormal Lubrication Events

Ray Garvey | Consultant, Ametek
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Webinar Description
This five-part standardized approach can improve oil analysis alarm limits for detecting and managing abnormal lubrication events:
A lubrication technician is responsible for setting and maintaining the site’s oil analysis alarm limits.
An onsite oil analysis advantage compared with offsite laboratory analysis involves availability of predictive maintenance knowledge and experience with operating equipment.
Consistent, repeatable measurement values are produced by well-trained operators running tests properly using calibrated instruments.
Technician recommendations consider oil analysis findings, component maintenance history, visual observations, and information from other sources.
Equipment profile grouping with similar equipment operating under similar conditions is necessary for meaningful alarm limits.

Learning Takeaways
1. Investment in on-site oil analysis tools has proven ROI across several diverse industries, integrating reliability practices into everyday        asset and maintenance
management processes.
2. Immediate oil analysis diagnostics and recommendations provide timely data to direct lubrication-based reliability tasks, increasing both cost savings and team
productivity.
3. On-site software solutions enable capture of equipment data, leading to high value diagnostics and prognostics.

About the Presenter
Ray is a reliability consultant and inventor named on patents associated with machine condition monitoring with oil, infrared, and vibration analysis. Ray received his BS Degree from West Point and MS degree from the University of Tennessee. His professional certifications have included Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS), Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) and US Army Engineer (LTC).

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About the Author

Ray Garvey Consultant, Ametek

Ray is a reliability consultant and inventor named on patents associated with machine condition monitoring with oil, infrared, and vibration analysis.  Ray received his BS Degree from West Point and MS degree from the University of Tennessee.  His professional certifications have included Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS), Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) and US Army Engineer (LTC).