Vibration monitoring alerts teams to changes in machine condition before the situation degrades enough to cause harm. With a solid mix of monitoring and in-person evaluation, maintenance teams can move closer to condition-based-maintenance, where they make decisions and schedule work based on what their assets are saying, not just on the maintenance intervals. Join this webinar to learn more about vibration monitoring best practices, including what faults vibration detects as well as guidance on asset selection, installation, configuration setup, data evaluation and diagnosis.
Samantha LeSesne, Product Manager, Fluke Reliability
Samantha LeSesne has been a Product Manager for hardware and software since 2019 focusing on sensors and condition monitoring solutions. She has more than two years experience as a Product Marketing Manager with Fluke and has held various marketing manager positions with responsibility for product management, sales training and marketing support, NPI marketing campaigns, and market analysis.
John Bernet, Product Specialist, Fluke Reliability
John Bernet has been a Mechanical Reliability Application Specialist at Fluke Corporation for 10 years and has more than 30 years of experience in preventive and predictive maintenance. John served 12 years in the U.S. Navy on cruiser and aircraft carrier as an electrical technician and also has written many technical articles for global trade publications, as well as a 240-page vibration training program.
Original session held on May 26, 2021