Impact of the Application of Electrical Signature Analysis on Power Quality, Energy Consumption, and Environment
In this presentation we will discuss opportunities along with several case studies demonstrating before and after results of defect elimination and power quality improvements.
- Howard Penrose
- MotorDoc LLC
What is a thermal image?
Thermal images are created by converting thermal radiation into a visible light image that we as humans can interpret. One important point to remember about thermal imaging is that it is a non-contact measurement of radiated energy in a very narrow wavelength band.
- PJ Cloete
- AVT Reliability
Thermographic inspections offer many advantages as it helps to ensure a safe working environment and an increase in uptime. It also provides companies with accurate insights into the risks that undermine the continuity of their production lines (and the possibility to actively reduce these risks).
- Chris Kramer
We take this opportunity to introduce a panel of vibration experts to discuss their experience in utilising these standards; their benefits, limitations, and the considerations to make them most effective in different applications and industries.
- RAO VAMSIDHAR
- VIZAG STEEL
Studies show that 50 to 70% of all equipment failures can be directly traced to a lubrication-related issue, most of which can be found with oil analysis.
New Single-Pair Ethernet: High-Quality Asset Health Insights and Power on Two Wires for Condition Monitoring Applications
Condition monitoring applications continue to grow in importance, as equipment manufacturers look to increase asset utilization with real-time monitoring of equipment, extend equipment lifespans, and increase throughput by utilizing predictive maintenance techniques to reduce maintenance costs and asset downtime..
- Maurice O'Brien
- Analog Devices, Inc
Businesses invest millions of dollars in what they believe will be a fail-safe maintenance program for their electric motors. Regular tests are scheduled for each motor; engineers dutifully record the data when required and then move on to the next motor.
- Noah Bethel
- PdMA Corporation