Webinars  

Using Ultrasound to Improve Reliability

Tom Murphy | Managing Director, Reliability Team Limited
Loading content...

Register Here To View: Using Ultrasound to Improve Reliability

Please complete the form to continue. Your personal information is treated with care and will be handled in accordance with GDPR regulations.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Description:

It is very common for failure modes to be identified which are nothing to do with bearings and rotating machines. Within the world of bearings, it is generally regarded that lubrication failure is the largest single initiator of failure. We also know that there are defects which do not follow the classic, much-quoted, P-F curve – defects for which trending has little use. If we know all of these things, what are we doing about them? This presentation reviews how useful Ultrasound can be to help you implement a broad-ranging improvement strategy.

Learning Takeaways:

1) Not all failures rotate

2) Ultrasound is great for detecting Friction, Impacting and Turbulence

3) Ultrasound inspections can be quite simple

About the Presenter

Tom is the Managing Director of Reliability Team Limited. He is an ISO CAT1 Ultrasound trainer, ASNT Level 1 and Level 2 trainer, has trained over 1,100 professionals, and is an implementer of Ultrasound programs in all manner of industries around the world (48 countries so far).

Subscribe
Notify of
guest

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

About the Author

Tom Murphy Managing Director, Reliability Team Limited

Tom is the Managing Director of Reliability Team Limited. He is an ISO CAT1 Ultrasound trainer, ASNT Level 1 and Level 2 trainer, has trained over 1,100 professionals, and is an implementer of Ultrasound programs in all manner of industries around the world (48 countries so far).