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
Yelo’s manufacturing plant was custom-built to enable it to produce the highest quality vegetable oil and animal feed using only mechanical processes.
Asset availability and reliability is critical to the business and the management team understood that adopting a ‘run-to-failure’ reactive maintenance approach would be both costly and inefficient.
- Frederic Thomas
- AVT Reliability
Join us for an informative & personal introductory session where Blair Fraser will present, "Ultrasound and the IIoT: Guide to using Ultrasound for Remote Monitoring." When a powerful and versatile technology such as Ultrasound meets the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), new solutions arise that will take condition monitoring of assets to a whole new level. The development of ultrasonic sensors and their integration with IIoT systems promise to be a game-changer when it comes to continuous and remote monitoring of industrial assets.
- Blair Fraser
- UE Systems
Leaks can form practically anywhere in a plant. This includes pressurised systems and systems under a vacuum.While it is important to locate potential safety hazards from leaks, the loss of gases through leaks can be very costly.
- Adrian Messer
- UE Systems
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
In this Interview Tom Murphy shares his 30 year condition monitoring experience noticing how poorley, with some notable exceptions technical schools and universities teach. In the last 27 years he began to relaise two things: 1. Condition monitoring was more than just vibration and infrared, 2. Not all problems rotate..
- Tom Murphy
- Reliability Team Limited
Estimating the Remaining Life of a Rolling Element Bearing with Vibration, Ultrasound, Oil, and Infrared Analysis
In this animated presentation, Jason will explain how vibration analysis, ultrasound, oil analysis and wear particle analysis, as well as infrared analysis, can be used to detect rolling element bearing faults and provide an indication of the remaining life of the bearing. Using these condition monitoring techniques correctly, it is possible to detect a bearing fault a year or more before it would ultimately fail. But using these technologies, it is possible to look for signs that indicate the approximate remaining life.
- Jason Tranter
- Mobius Institute
By nature, high-frequency sound is very low-energy, so it tends not to travel far from its source. On a motor-and-pump setup, for instance, we’d ideally like to take our readings…
- Rob Kalwarowsky
- Rob's Reliability
Poor lubrication practices account for as much as 40% of all premature bearing failures. When ultrasound is utilized to assess lubrication needs and schedule grease replenishment intervals, that number drops below 10%. What would 30% fewer bearing related failures mean for your organization?
- Allan Rienstra
- SDT International