Posts Tagged ‘CSI 2140’

Portable Vibration Monitoring Innovation Recognition

Posted in Asset Management on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015. No comments yet
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A key component of reliable operations is the health of the rotating machinery within a process manufacturing or production process. Monitoring the vibration levels on this machinery is an important component in an effective reliability-centered maintenance program. I mention this to take a moment to congratulate our team managing the CSI technology vibration analysis and […]

Demonstrating Laser Shaft Alignment in Action

Posted in Asset Management, Reliability on Monday, August 10th, 2015. No comments yet
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Last week we highlighted a rotating machinery laser shaft alignment system. Here is Emerson’s Robert Skeirik in a series of YouTube videos that shows the components and how it works. The videos are designed for experts to show how to demonstrate the components. Since they also succinctly show how it how operates, I’ll highlight a […]

Rotating Machinery Laser Shaft Alignment

Posted in Asset Management, Reliability on Tuesday, August 4th, 2015. No comments yet
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Improving the reliability of your production assets requires a combination of people, processes and tools. For maintenance technician to diagnose issues during rounds portal machinery health analyzers play an important. We’ve shared how in posts such as Running Bump Test Helps Spot Machinery Resonance, Diagnostics to Detect Rotating Machinery Misalignment and Detecting and Analyzing Impact […]

Remote Vibration Monitoring Case Study

Posted in Asset Management, Power Generation, Reliability on Friday, January 30th, 2015. 4 comments so far
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Technology is great for solving problems, especially for complex problems when it’s couple with expertise. But in many cases, the technology and the expertise is separated geographically. Thankfully communications technologies continue to advance to bridge the distance between expert and problem. In a Power Engineering article, Remote Vibration Monitoring Keeps Power Plants Running at Full […]

Early Detection of Impending Pump Failures

Posted in Asset Management, Reliability on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015. 6 comments so far
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Even non-critical pumps in your process can cause spills, vapor clouds, fires and worse. Most of these failure incidents provide warning well in time to solve the problem—if feedback mechanisms are in place for your operators and maintenance personnel. In tce, the online magazine of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, Emerson’s Cranford Johnstone authored an […]