In this interview Tyler discusses what wireless temperature monitoring systems are, dives into the different types of systems pros and cons. Why it is important to incorporate a wireless monitoring system in your program.
- Tyler McDonald
In this interview we will be talking all about Ultrasound. Syed breaks down why ultrasound used in a CBM Program, how is it for energy and fuel savings and how electrical losses can be prevented though ultrasound.
- Syed Munawer Hasan
- Plant Asset Efficiency Solutions
AVT Reliability® has been involved in resolving a wide range of high operational vibration issues with plant and machinery and including pipework vibration. This has led AVT Reliability® to design and develop a comprehensive range of versatile vibration solutions.
- AVT Reliability
Learn the benefits of trending average inductance on an electrical motor to find rotor bar issues. This case study involves a motor which could not be replaced due to its unique design. Investigating the rotor bar health in a timely manner saved the automotive manufacturer approximately $350,000.
- Noah Bethel
- PdMA Corporation
More than 300 million electric motors are used in infrastructure, large buildings, and industry globally. These motors account for about 2/3rds of the industrial power consumption. Electricity is required in almost all areas of the plant to provide the driving force that either operates the equipment that produces the products or provides the services that the plant’s equipment was built to perform..
- Mark Koch
- ALL-TEST Pro, LLC
Dashboards are a great way to present data effectively. They can display an overview of your plant’s current condition monitoring status as well as historical data. A dashboard can meet specific needs, such as to display data for a particular application, e.g., a hoist, fan, machine tool, rotary calciner, conveyor, or any other critical piece of equipment. Or it can visualize process data, enabling operators to act on changes quickly.
- Göran Almqvist
- SPM Instrument AB
If you’re a technician and it’s your job to take these readings with a hand-held data collector, this trend can be described with one word - boring. While there is always value in taking a reading on a rotating asset and using your 5 senses to look for issues that might not be picked up with vibration, this only extends so far for machines that rarely have issues..