What happens after the alignment?
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What happens after the alignment?

Don’t be left in the dark. Alignment processes should include post monitoring to protect the asset and confirm a proper alignment. Elongate the life of your machines with these tips, tricks and technologies from Fluke Reliability alignment experts, Mike Ciocys, Technical Service & Support Manager and Chelsea Fiegel, Service Sales Leader. During this session, we…

Using root cause analysis and failure modes to build a total condition maintenance strategy for motor/drive systems

Using root cause analysis and failure modes to build a total condition maintenance strategy for motor/drive systems

In this webinar, John Bernet from Fluke Reliability will discuss best practices for applying root cause analysis and expected failure modes to motor-drive systems. You will learn the simple steps of total condition maintenance, how different inspection techniques from electrical to thermal can help identify different failure modes, and how vibration analysis in particular can…

How to use Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to get the reliability you need

How to use Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to get the reliability you need

For every action taken to maintain a piece of equipment, a Failure Mode—or cause of failure—is managed. That is why a Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an essential part of physical asset management. When done properly, an FMEA helps organizations: 1) Define equipment goals, 2) Identify what could cause Reliability to suffer, and…

Batteryless Fluke 3562 Screening Vibration Sensor

Batteryless Fluke 3562 Screening Vibration Sensor

The Fluke 3562 is a revolutionary solution that enables the collection of continuous vibration data in new and exciting ways. Not only is it wireless, scalable, and flexible, but this cutting-edge, batteryless technology allows it to be a long-term, worry-free solution. Did you join us for the recent Fluke 3563 Analysis Vibration Sensor launch event?…

Unshrouding the mystery of rarely-used parts: How to avoid shutdown and cost overruns due to parts availability

Unshrouding the mystery of rarely-used parts: How to avoid shutdown and cost overruns due to parts availability

Storerooms everywhere are lacking certain critical parts while other parts are overstocked – and getting the mix right in today’s environment of supply shortages is even more challenging than it used to be. The risk, of course, is that a rarely-used yet critical part may not be available to get equipment back online, or that…

Using business intelligence tools to achieve reliability maintenance goals: Practical advice on how to get started

Using business intelligence tools to achieve reliability maintenance goals: Practical advice on how to get started

Sometimes the RCA experts need to do an RCA on themselves. There are many reasons why maintenance and reliability teams can feel stuck in place, and getting a big picture view of what’s (really) going on can be one way to identify root cause. Business intelligence tools such as Power BI and Tableau can assemble…

The exponential power of daily improvement
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The exponential power of daily improvement

Calvin Williams has helped numerous companies build continuous improvement programs. In this webinar, he discusses the science behind daily improvement and how to use it to create a sustainable culture of continuous improvement. He relates how a 1% improvement daily amounts to 38 times better results in one year. He’ll also describe the power of…

Get more value from your CMMS (Part II): Integrations for improving machine health
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Get more value from your CMMS (Part II): Integrations for improving machine health

You may be surprised by how supercharged your CMMS can be when connected to more powerful sensors, software, and other compatible systems. Your CMMS is designed to support maintenance and reliability, and the outcomes only get better with systems that interoperate. Integrations can be painless and can set your company up for years to come….

Get more value from your CMMS (Part I): Best usage models for business impact and user adoption
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Get more value from your CMMS (Part I): Best usage models for business impact and user adoption

Some of the most game-changing features and usages of a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) often get overlooked. That’s a drag on your ROI and can be rectified by simple instruction and training. In this webinar, Michael Mills, a senior solutions engineer for Fluke Reliability, breaks down a typical company’s CMMS usage model. Then, he…

How a defect elimination program works and why it could work for you
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How a defect elimination program works and why it could work for you

“Defect elimination” has become a hot topic in the reliability world. But what exactly does it mean? Defect elimination is a bottom-up approach that uses small teams tackling small projects with broad participation. With that stronger involvement comes a greater understanding and buy-in to the reliability improvement effort. In this webinar, expert Michelle Ledet Henley…