Confidence Rating – Trusting Your Repair Action Recommendations

Confidence Rating – Trusting Your Repair Action Recommendations

This webinar will discuss automation in vibration analysis and how to obtain a Confidence Rating in the results to understand trust and best manage the next steps. Speaker:Michael DeMaria, Product Manager for Azima DLI, a Fluke Reliability Company Michael is the Product Manager for Azima DLI, managing the hardware platforms and integrations, diagnostic software and…

Culture–Can It Be Changed?

Culture–Can It Be Changed?

In my experience, there are three major influences on culture: Easy efforts to improve the culture positively include ensuring that corporate, plant, department goals are clear, posted and understood, that communication occurs frequently at all levels, and that appropriate personnel are involved at the right level for decision making. Speaker:Lee McClish – Director, Maintenance and…

Slow-speed and Early Fault Detection, How to Solve

Slow-speed and Early Fault Detection, How to Solve

This webinar will introduce you to Azima DLI’s proprietary diagnostic technique, Impact Demod. This powerful tool allows analyst to get deeper insights into the vibration data for rotating assets, providing improved visibility to the source of vibration, extending the application of vibration analysis to slower speed assets, and finding early bearing faults to properly plan for…

Exploring Online, Offline, and Remote Condition Monitoring

Exploring Online, Offline, and Remote Condition Monitoring

Preventing downtime of industrial rotating equipment using Industry 4.0 (IIOT) vibration analysis and traditional route-based portable hand-held spectral analyzers in Pulp & Paper, Food and Beverage, Automotive, Gas & Oil, and Mining Industries. Speaker:Derek Lammel – Reliability Engineer, Certified ARP-E, Cat 3 Vibration, Level 1 Thermographer, Motion Amplification Level 1 Analyst Download the presentation deck…

Why Machine Balancing Is So Important: The First Step Towards Connected Reliability

Why Machine Balancing Is So Important: The First Step Towards Connected Reliability

Ever asked yourself why you keep replacing the same bearings and seals? Often teams get stuck causing the symptom and fail to stop and find the root cause of the problem. 50% of rotating machine damage is directly related to imbalance, most teams just replace bearings and seals because alignment/balance takes too much time. It’s important…

Connected Reliability in the Automotive Industry

Connected Reliability in the Automotive Industry

Connected Reliability is a Framework that combines hardware and software systems from across the enterprise into one cloud-based maintenance ecosystem. Maintenance management is automatically integrated with data acquisition and analysis, giving industrial leaders unprecedented real-time visibility and empowering maintenance managers to make data-driven decisions that avoid downtime. Sensors can automatically measure condition and process-related data….

Vibration Analysis in the Evolving Condition Monitoring Environment

Vibration Analysis in the Evolving Condition Monitoring Environment

In this webinar, we will be discussing the “traditional role” of the Vibration Analyst and how it is changing to keep pace with advances in Condition Monitoring technologies. The purpose of this topic is to examine how a tiered approach to Condition Monitoring partnered with Precision Maintenance techniques can improve Plant Reliability. Topics include: Speaker:Taylor…

The 5 Pillars of Connected Reliability

The 5 Pillars of Connected Reliability

Connected Reliability is a framework that combines hardware and software systems from across the enterprise into one cloud-based maintenance ecosystem. Maintenance management is automatically integrated with data acquisition and analysis, giving industrial leaders unprecedented real-time visibility and empowering maintenance managers to make data-driven decisions that avoid downtime. The 5 Pillars of CR represent the Core…

Kickstarting condition-based maintenance with a Connected Reliability Assessment

Kickstarting condition-based maintenance with a Connected Reliability Assessment

Just like every facility is different, every maintenance operations team faces different challenges in reaching their next equipment reliability goal. One obstacle in particular is more common these days, however. With the current pressures facing plant operations, many teams would like to start using digitalized condition monitoring or connected sensors on the Industrial Internet of…