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Underwater Vibration Monitoring

Peter Eitnier | Field Application Engineer, Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies
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Webinar Description 

Underwater vibration monitoring of pumps, submersible equipment, and other critical machinery requires additional considerations across the accelerometer value chain. Selecting the correct sensor, mounting hardware, and cabling will ensure accurate and reliable vibration data over the long life of the sensor. This webinar is ideal for CBM practitioners in Water & Wastewater, Food & Beverage, and any other industries where the reliability of wet or underwater assets are important to plant production and operation.

Learning Takeaways

1. How to select the right accelerometer for your vibration monitoring application in wet or underwater environments.
2. What to consider across the vibration sensor value chain, including underwater mounting hardware and cabling.
3. How to ensure reliable data in wet and underwater applications.

About the Presenter

Peter Eitnier is a Senior Applications Engineer at Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies in Frederick, Maryland. He holds an ISO CAT II certification as a vibration analyst and a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland. Since joining Wilcoxon in 2012, he has specialized in providing technical expertise to customers in a variety of applications.

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About the Author

Peter Eitnier Field Application Engineer, Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies

Peter Eitnier is a Senior Applications Engineer at Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies in Frederick, Maryland. He holds an ISO CAT II certification as a vibration analyst and a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland. Since joining Wilcoxon in 2012, he has specialized in providing technical expertise to customers in a variety of applications.