Presenter(s): Jason Tranter
Using 3D animations and animated simulators, this on-demand webinar helps you understand how vibration analysis is able to reveal the nature and severity of a whole range of fault conditions and conditions that will result in future failures. This webinar covers fundamental issues like how to collect measurements, what the spectrum is (with a brief intro to phase and the time waveform), and how the patterns indicate what is going wrong with the machine and how quickly you need to act.
Presenter(s): Stan Riddle
Maintenance technology has gone through major advances in reliability over the past few decades. During that time, vibration analysis tools have gotten faster, more accurate, and more advanced. But the analysis of that data continues to require an experienced vibration analyst. This on-demand webinar discusses the future of reliability, which may hinge on three critical needs: training a new generation maintenance force with the skills of precision maintenance; making vibration analysis faster and less complicated; and reducing the time between data analysis and corrective action on machinery.
Presenter(s): Kevin Price, Thomas Wilk
Plant Services has conducted its annual PdM survey of manufacturing and industrial production professionals, asking workers a comprehensive set of questions on the extent to which predictive maintenance tools and techniques are being adopted in their facility. This on-demand webinar focuses on the key findings of the survey.
Presenter(s): Joe Van Dyke, Thomas Wilk
This on-demand webinar focuses on the key findings of the Plant Services annual PdM survey, with an in-depth focus on the ways and extent to which respondents are adopting and deploying remote monitoring technologies. We also talk about the flexibility, scalability, and continuity that remote monitoring can offer.
Presenter(s): Phil Beelendorf, Thomas Wilk
You’ve bought into the proactive maintenance concept lock, stock, and barrel. But the mountain of cash the leading pundits promised has yet to materialize. If you find yourself in this situation, maybe you made one simple mistake; you didn’t follow the money. Stop looking for the “better-built” mousetrap. If you want results, stop chasing technology and employee a zero-sum maintenance strategy.
Presenter(s): Gary D. Lux, Tak Tsang
Join us for a discussion of the key safety concerns that new thermographers may have but have never discussed. We provide insight to help you mitigate the risk related to arc flash, electrical inspections, roof inspections, and mechanical equipment inspections and discuss current industry standards and best practices, including those pertaining to NFPA 70E, OSHA 1910.335, and “uncommon sense."
Presenter(s): Robert Skeirik, Jacob Swafford
This on-demand webinar provides a discussion on remote condition monitoring drivers and successes and industrial standards for wireless asset monitoring. Key topics include industry drivers for remotely monitoring machinery conditions, new ways of reaching actionable information, and keeping data secure.
Presenter(s): Brian Blum, Shon Isenhour
The ability to monitor the health of physical assets and analyze data from remote locations has been available for decades. Whether it’s an application as simple as installing a wireless sensing device in a difficult-to-access area or a contracted service that alerts maintenance and reliability personnel when equipment requires a closer look, this on-demand webinar demonstrates why the ability to preempt catastrophic failure on critical machinery always makes good business sense.
Presenter(s): Jim Seffrin
This presentation reviews facts and figures of electrical safety. It continues with a discussion on the anatomy of an arc flash and the severity of arc flashes. It then identifies how thermography is useful, reviews indirect vs. direct temperature measurements, and the use of thermo imaging to identify electrical faults. Finally EMSDs are reviewed for use in energized electrical equipment.
Presenter(s): Jack R. Nicholas, Jr., Joe Van Dyke
Plant and maintenance managers sometimes feel pressed to defend the merits of predictive maintenance (PdM) techniques. A PdM program requires the use of technologies that help industrial personnel to make better decisions on when to perform maintenance. And these technologies cost money. Predictive maintenance technologies are numerous, but how much of each is best? What’s the most cost-effective combination?
Presenter(s): Stan Riddle
In this on-demand webinar, we discuss the fundamentals of executing precision shaft alignment while accounting for thermal growth, a critical challenge for some alignments. We begin by sharing a true story of a hot alignment done at a petrochemical facility, followed by the visual demonstration of a hot alignment on an actual motor and pump.
Presenter(s): Michael DeMaria, Paula Hollywood
Every year, thousands of electrical workers are injured or killed while at work. Standards such as NFPA 70E aim to keep workers safe through six strategies. Are you effectively controlling electrical safety risks in your plant? This webinar demonstrates how to use thermal imaging to check your electrical systems for faults or problems that can create more significant hazards down the road.
Presenter(s): John Bernet, Robert Perez
Vibration monitoring and analysis are two critical steps for success in a predictive maintenance (PdM) program for mechanical rotating equipment, but where do you start? PdM tools are only effective if a thoughtful plan is in place. This on-demand webinar explains how to determine machine criticality based on risk and high or low consequence.
Presenter(s): Eric Hudson, Dan Simon
Thermography is one of the tools available to maintenance professionals executing predictive maintenance strategies. In this on-demand webinar, we explain how thermal imaging can be used for condition monitoring. We also discuss the use of infrared thermal imaging in various industrial settings.