The ability to monitor the condition of assets 24/7, from any location, is becoming the new trend in maintenance best practices. Just how far has technology come in asset maintenance, and what does that mean going forward?
- Graham Fonseca
- UE Systems
Oil analysis is one of the earliest detectors, if not the earliest, of performance changes in your equipment. It provides meaningful and accurate information on lubricant and machine condition, which is an essential component of keeping equipment reliable.
- Bernie Hall
In this Webinar a “Decision Support System” (DSS) from SPM Instruments will be presented. The DSS is automatically collecting large number of vibration data during a “training phase” establishing a “normal vibration behavior”, in the “operating mode” new values will be compared with the vibration signatures established in the training phase and deviations will be presented as a “health score” and evaluation colors.
- Tim Sundstrom
- SPM Instrument
In this video you will: Learn more about the design and operation of broadband ultrasound sensors for condition monitoring, discover why piezocomposites form the foundation for broadband ultrasonic sensors, find out how broadband ultrasonic sensors lead to improved measurement reproducibility, and explore the possibilities ultrasonic digital testing device SONAPHONE and software provide in signal processing.
- Christian Probst
- SONOTEC GmbH
This webinar will delve into new digital solutions that allow a facility to integrate vibration trending and analysis into the existing process monitoring infrastructure.
- Peter Eitnier
- Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies
Managers are looking for ways to add automated vibration monitoring to their predictive maintenance strategy. Vibration transmitters, smart sensors, wireless vibration transmitters, and IO link piezoelectric vibration transmitters are a few of the options available.
- Bob Martin
- IMI Sensors
If there is a single machine in a cement plant that is considered the most critical, it would be the rotary cement kiln. If a typical standard-size kiln unexpectedly shuts down, this can cost 100,000 Euro per day in lost production, not including the additional cost for maintenance and spare parts.
- Michael Hastings
- Brüel & Kjær Vibro (B&K Vibro)