Accurate placement and precise shaft alignment of machinery components is key for optimal and efficient operation. Although none of the traditional methods are bad or inadequate if carried out correctly, they can be complex and time consuming the least..
- Geert van Rijswick
- van Geffen AMS BV
We will discuss the building blocks of a good laser system and how you can untangle the gobbledygook of tech specs in order to make the best selection for your applications.Understanding how a laser system works (not just how to operate it), will make you a better aligner. We will explore and break down the most common methodologies.
- Ron Sullivan
- Hamar Laser
This webinar will be unveiling the benefits of fluid drive basics, internal configuration and the basic vibration analysis expertise required for detecting some common faults associated with the components. Live scenarios vibration data and case studies will be utilized in demonstrating the requisite knowledge required for diagnosing fluid coupling failures..
- Michael Osagada
EMSDs, along with data analysis and a new approach to maintenance called condition-based maintenance, can exploit the information age to not only bridge the knowledge gap, but to also improve the efficiency, safety, reliability and cost of electrical system maintenance…
- Martin Robinson
- IRISS Inc.
TransCanada Turbines Test Cell repairs and services gas turbines in a unique test facility. The turbines are used primarily for compression, power generation and marine applications. After repair and servicing, the Test Cell undertakes performance tests of the turbines...
- Grant Dennler
The Standard Alignment Procedure consists of 3 steps: preparation, measurement and alignment and…
- Aimi Tarmizi
One of the most common problems with alignment of machinery is a condition known as soft foot. This is when one or more of the machine feet are not making solid contact with the mounting base...
- Mike Olszewski
- Reliability Concepts