BEST PRACTICES WEBINARS

eMaint’s monthly Best Practices Webinars are a great resource for maintenance and reliability professionals looking to expand their industry knowledge and gain insight into best practices from thought leaders across the globe. The webinars provide you with the opportunity to get their questions answered by industry experts.

Condition Monitoring with Simplified Vibration Screening

Thursday, December 7, 2017
11:00am – 12:00pm ET (10:00am CT, 9:00am MT, 8:00am PT, 4:00pm GMT)
John Bernet, Application Specialist at Fluke Corporation

Vibration screening is one of the most effective ways to detect and prevent equipment failure or downtime, but performing vibration analysis can be complex. Vibration monitors typically require special training, third-party experts, or are too expensive to use on most equipment, leaving significant gaps in maintenance programs.

During this session, John Bernet, Application Specialist at Fluke Corporation, will discuss how semi-fixed vibration sensors wirelessly and remotely capture simple vibration screening data on imbalance and misalignment, allowing maintenance teams to monitor asset health with ease.

Attendees will also learn how identification of imbalance and misalignment identification can benefit a predictive maintenance program, and how to:

  • Avoid unexpected downtime
  • Find and fix failures at an earlier stage
  • Collect historical data to justify maintenance spend
  • Democratize vibration expertise for non-experts providing easy-to-interpret data
  • Screen vibrations on hard-to-access machines
  • Collect and analyze cloud-based vibration data

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John Bernet

Application Specialist at Fluke Corporation

John has more than 20 years’ experience in the preventive and predictive maintenance industry. From the beginnings of his career with the U.S. Navy, where he first learned corrective and preventive maintenance, to his 10 years with Azima DLI and his years since at Fluke, John has managed, trained and mentored scores of field professionals. Today, he guides mechanical applications for Fluke tools and software.

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