This month, Kevin Clark, CMRP, vice president, Fluke Accelix, and Frederic Baudart, CMRP, senior product application specialist, Fluke Accelix, will begin to share their maintenance and reliability expertise with the editorial teams and readers of two trade publications. Clark will join the editorial advisory board (EAB) of Pumps & Systems magazine. According to its tagline, Pumps & Systems is the leading magazine for pump users. During its 25-year history, the magazine has featured content written by and for industrial personnel who use and operate pumps. It has also maintained its EAB of industry experts during this timeframe.
“I am happy to join this highly recognized group and hope to provide insight to help the editors produce forward-looking and beneficial content on maintenance and reliability to their readers,” Clark said.
“We have a strong history of partnering with Fluke on articles and case studies, and we are happy to have Kevin’s expertise on our EAB. His contributions to our ‘2018 State of the Industry Report’ was insightful, and we look forward to collaborating with him in the future,” said Alicia Archibald, senior editor, Pumps & Systems.
Baurdart has joined the Processing EAB. Processing magazine, according to its tagline, provides solutions to the process industries. It has been published for more than 30 years and is part of Endeavor Business Media’s Process Flow Network, which also includes Flow Control and Water Technology.
“I am honored to be part of Processing magazine’s EAB. I contributed an article earlier this year and hope to have more opportunities to work with the editorial team.”
Baudart’s article, featured in the May 2018 issue, highlighted the benefits of using vibration monitoring in combination with other condition monitoring sensors. He hopes to contribute much more with this new relationship.
“We’ve enjoyed working with Fluke on editorial content over the last two years, and we look forward to working with Frederic on more articles and ideas throughout the rest of 2018 and into the New Year,” said Amy Richardson, editor in chief, Processing.
This community’s objective is education, and our contributors do this via our channels and with the support of and partnerships with industrial trade magazines and journals. We all look forward to the continued growth of our relationships.
Editor’s note: Additional commentary on the future of maintenance and reliability from Kevin Clark can be found here.