This describes the full journey taken monitoring very slow 1rpm RBC bearings critical in the water industry from set up to case studies.
- John Loane
- SPM Instrument UK Ltd
This webinar will go over two case studies from a food manufacture in the Midwest. Their CBM Analyst is Certified CAT 2 in ASU and IRT.
- Drew Walts
MOBIUS CONNECT WOW Middle East (Week of Webinars) Presents: How to Diagnose Different Failure Modes of Spherical Rolling Bearings Through Vibration Analysis.
- zaheer abbas
- PAE Solutions
In this webinar, the author will discuss the benefits of implementing IIOT based remote monitoring strategy for essential Plant Assets and how this could enable a connected Asset Management framework that facilitates faster data collection, pan organizational visualization of the asset health and reliability metrics, ML/AI based automated diagnostics and moving the data not the people!
- Håkan Hedlund
- SPM Instrument AB
According to statistics, there are more than 50 billion bearings being manufactured during the past 5 years around the world. Only a relatively small percentage of all bearings in use fail. Majority (90%) of the bearings outlive the equipment in which they have been installed.
- Datong Li
- SPM Instrument AB
Remote condition monitoring of bearings and precision lubrication executed anywhere, anytime, and from any device, is already a reality. Pairing the Internet of Things with Ultrasonic sensors has brought the development of innovative maintenance solutions that will take condition monitoring of assets to a whole new level, allowing maintenance teams to stop most bearing failures at its tracks.
- Christopher Hallum
- UE Systems Europe B.V.
Vibration Monitoring is the most commonly used condition monitoring method for rotating machines. Since resources are limited and we have a variety of Vibration Monitoring techniques, we have to ensure that our selection of VM technique is justifiable, hence it's required to follow a systematic procedures which are structured based on reasonably agreed criteria.
- Mina Soliman
- Noria 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
Variable frequency drives (VFDs) have become a preferred method of process control for electric motor driven equipment ranging from vertical water pumps to centrifugal air fans. The following is a basic discussion of risks of using a VFD with direct driven centrifugal fans and methods of mitigating those risks to maintain equipment reliability.
- David Sheffler
- IVC Technologies