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 will discuss why align in the first place, why you don’t just align your machines—see this as “step one.” They will share how various post—alignment technologies help you maintain machine health by monitoring the ongoing condition of your assets. Alignment is only half of the job—consistent uptimes requires collecting data to empower teams to assess condition and take action.

Michael Ciocys, Technical Service & Support Manager, Fluke Reliability

As a Technical Service & Support Manager at Prüftechnik, Michael Ciocys is an expert in complex alignments, troubleshooting machine conditions, and online condition monitoring. Michael started his journey with Prüftechnik in 2009, and he currently leads the technical support team for North America. He holds a mechanical engineering degree from Temple University, as well as his CAT III for Vibration Analysis & Condition Monitoring.

Chelsea Fiegel, Service Sales Leader, Fluke Reliability

As Prüftechnik’s service sales team leader for North America, Chelsea Fiegel has a broad base of expertise in providing reliability solutions for industries ranging from paper and corrugated to steel and film. The sales and applications engineer holds an environmental engineering degree from Penn State and started her career with Prüftechnik in 2015. She will soon be based in Chicago.

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Original session held on September 15, 2021

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