Instant guidance at the asset for immediate proactive actions
If you missed the recent Emerson Webinar where I presented three case studies with support from RMS I will be sharing one a week for the next three weeks.
This week is number 1: PeakVue Plus – Instant guidance at the asset for immediate proactive actions
This case study shows how useful PeakVue plus can be at the asset when in the field. “PeakVue Plus on the #2140 was great as we did not have to upload to the laptop to explain and just showed them the colour chart showing poor lubrication that they acted upon there a then on the spot”
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Due to positive feedback from our previous 5 case studies series this is our bonus case study brought to you with the Reliability Training Institute. If you have missed any of the previous case studies, they can be found on my LinkedIn profile, Seasoned Analyst blog and on the RMS Website.
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This case study is a lot longer at over 34 minutes. Here we cover a 2-year project period from initial root cause diagnosis to designing, trialling, and implementing an innovative cost-effective solution.
This was to be the final of the five case studies brought to you with the Reliability Training Institute. But, following on from feedback we will have one more case study next week, this will be an extra long project case study!
In this case study we demonstrate vibration analysis of a slow rotational 4 Point Contact Bearing, with a 23RPM Defect. This is to remind us that correct database set up, and Time Waveform Analysis is so important in slow rotational bearings.
In this case study we show that by measuring the correct vibration parameters you can resolve defects in harsh applications, even an inner raceway defect on a vibrating screen. Hopefully, you are finding them of use and helpful.
Here is the third of the five case studies brought to you with the Reliability Training Institute. In this case study we show how vibration analysis detected a hidden failure in a variable frequency drive. Hopefully, you are finding them of use and helpful.