There sure are a lot of acronyms around and it seems like new ones come out every day. Not sure about you, but I have a hard time keeping track of them. There are times when I attempt a conversation with someone, and they are spewing out so many acronyms it is hard to decipher just what they may be talking about...
- Stan Riddle
- Acoem USA
Imbalance is a leading cause of excessive machine/rotor vibration. It can be an inherent result of rotor design or construction. Imbalance can occur due to routine wear or damage...
- Chris Keniston
- ERBESSD INSTRUMENTS
Keeping a close eye on the condition of critical equipment is fundamental in any industrial facility. When critical bearings fail, it almost always leads to unplanned downtime and interrupted production process, costing companies thousands in production loses. In this case study we will look at how an online monitoring solution using ultrasonic sensors was able to detect an issue on a critical bearing before it turned into a big problem.
- Peter Boon
- UE Systems Inc.
Howard Penrose explains, in detail, concepts including current, flow, resistance, ground and neutral, and voltage variance…
- Howard Penrose
- MotorDoc LLC
Benefits of Continuous Monitoring (what type of data should you be collecting and how should that data be delivered to the analyst) – Todd and Noah Show
Taking a look at the next step in electric motors. In this episode, Todd and Noah talk about today's technology, how it looks forward to tomorrow in continuous monitoring and the benefits of doing so.
- Todd Gunderson Noah Bethel
- PdMA Corporation