The first step in establishing a predictive maintenance (PdM) program is determining which assets will be monitored. In an ideal world, every piece of equipment on the floor would be covered, but most of the time, that simply isn’t feasible or realistic.
Vibration analysis is one of the most important tools in predictive maintenance (PdM). While PdM strategies and approaches vary between different facilities, processes, and cultures, vibration analysis should at least be a part of your reliability strategy.
The Washington DC team included (in the order of the picture at the top of this post): Craig Seibold (SMRP Chair, Newmont Mining); Bob Kazar (SMRP Vice Chair, Roll Global); Carl Schultz (SMRP Outreach Director, Advanced Technology Solutions); Howard Penrose (SMRP Secretary, Success by Design); Larry Hoing (SMRP Treasurer, Wells); Jon Krueger (SMRP Executive Director, Kellen); and, Parker Wishik (SMRP Government Affairs, Kellen).
Instituting a Predictive Maintenance (PdM) Program, ensures optimal uptime by periodically continually evaluating and monitoring the condition of your equipment and reporting it to you online in real time.
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Vibration analysis will provide a measure of asset health. This in turn will lead to increased reliability through early detection of machine faults.