A distinguished panel of Fluke Reliability experts—John Bernet, Gregory Perry, and Dries Van Loon—discuss the merits of Inherent Availability condition-based maintenance strategies, tools, and techniques designed to help find the earliest signs of potential component failure. These techniques include oil analysis, ultrasound, motor circuit testing, vibration, and thermography. Which ones are most critical to you? Which ones are the most complicated? We’ll provide extended time for Q&A. Join us!
John Bernet, Mechanical Application and Product Specialist, Fluke Reliability
As a Mechanical Application and Product Specialist with Fluke Reliability, John Bernet works with customers from all industries to successfully implement their reliability programs. He has more than 30 years of experience in the maintenance and operation of commercial machinery and as a nuclear power plant electrician in the U.S. Navy. He holds a Category II Vibration Analyst certification and is a Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP).
Gregory Perry, Senior Consultant, Fluke Reliability
Gregory Perry is Senior Capacity Assurance Consultant with Fluke Reliability. He has been a Certified Reliability leader with nearly two decades of experience in maintenance and operational best practices. Perry is dedicated to positive client relationships while bringing to the table a broad base of experiences in the areas of MRO and storerooms, world-class maintenance principles world-class CMMS consultation and leadership. In addition to delivering implementation and consultative services to clients, Perry also presents maintenance best practice sessions at leading industry conferences and has authored several online best practice webinars.
Dries Van Loon, PRUFTECHNIK Sales and Project Manager, Online Condition Monitoring, Fluke Reliability
Dries Van Loon is Sales and Project Manager, Online Condition Monitoring, for Fluke Reliability, with 10 years of experience in predictive maintenance. He joined Prüftechnik (acquired by Fluke in 2019) in Belgium as an Application Engineer in 2012, and moved to the company’s U.S. office in 2014 to set up a condition monitoring department. His department served all of the U.S. on condition monitoring activities such as proactive maintenance, remote (temporary) monitoring, troubleshooting, and torque measurements. He became a certified ISO CAT 4 analyst in 2017.
Original session held on September 30, 2020