Monitoring the vibration behavior of large rotating machinery is an effective way to reduce production losses and enhance safety, efficiency, reliability, availability, and longevity in the manufacturing processes. When analyzing vibrations with accelerometers and data collectors, the data output is dependent on measuring faults, movements, and conditions that happen consistently or repeatedly. (Such as the repeated impacts of a roller on the spall on the inner race of a bearing.) Situations or conditions that do not happen repeatedly can be band passes or averaged out of vibration data or require special configurations to be programmed in the data collector, creating complexities when harvesting this data. Transient conditions, random, non-cyclical motion, DC motion, or movements and vibrations occurring from 0 Hz (CPM) can be difficult to measure effectively with traditional vibration data collectors.
During this webinar, you will see how easily, with the use of a Motion Amplification® camera and Transient Motion Capture software, your team can record transient asset data in addition to cyclical data for a more complete picture of the asset condition and overall performance.
Join Mike Ciocys, Technical Sales Manager at RDI Technologies, as he will explore several examples, including tracking the cutting path of a CNC mill with the high turning speed of the cutter drive motor and relating crane movements with the hoist drivetrain. Don’t miss your chance to see this revolutionary, easy-to-operate, time-saving technology in action. Seeing is Believing!
About the Presenter:
Mike graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology and obtained his CAT III vibration analysts certification in 2019. He has 10+ years of working in the reliability and maintenance industry with specific experience in machinery alignment, ultrasound, vibration analysis, and diagnostics. Mike has held roles as Field Engineer and Application Engineer. Most recently, Mike was the Technical Service and Support Manager at Fluke Reliability which involved guiding a team to handle inquiries within the country for alignment and vibration devices, software, and application support.
He was drawn to RDI for its technological advancements, especially when taking a complicated process or task and creating a novel solution that opens the door to wider adoption. In his free time, Mike enjoys playing golf, working on home and car projects, and traveling to beaches near and far.