Posts Tagged ‘route-based maintenance’

Diagnostics to Detect Rotating Machinery Misalignment

Posted in Asset Management, Reliability on Thursday, July 17th, 2014. 5 comments so far
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Let’s continue our route-based maintenance video series with a look at diagnostics to detect misalignment issues on rotating machinery. In this 5:53 YouTube video, Misalignment Detection: Cross Channel Phase and Fault Frequencies, Emerson’s Drew Mackley demonstrates the analysis provided to data collected by portable vibration analyzers in route-based maintenance applications. He emphasizes the CSI 2140 […]

Detecting and Analyzing Impact Energy on Rotating Equipment

Posted in Asset Management, Reliability on Friday, June 6th, 2014. 2 comments so far
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Let’s end this very busy week with a video which may be of interest if reliability and the management of plant assets falls within your set of responsibilities. In this 3:45 YouTube video, Impact Analysis with PeakVue and Autocorrelation, Emerson’s Mark Granger demonstrates how to analyze impact energy on rotating equipment. Using a CSI 2140 […]

Improving Safety and Efficiency in Route-Based Maintenance

Posted in Asset Management, Reliability on Thursday, May 8th, 2014. No comments yet
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When it comes to manually collecting vibration data on rotating equipment in your facility, getting it safely and efficiently is important—especially if there is a large number of assets. In this 3:54 YouTube video, CSI 2140 Speed Test, Emerson’s Mark Granger and Drew Mackley demonstrate how triaxial accelerometers coupled with the simultaneous four-channel data collection […]

Rotating Equipment Monitoring and Protection

Posted in Asset Management on Monday, February 7th, 2011. One comment so far
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I discovered a great article, The Signs of Failure, in the fall edition of Resource Engineering & Maintenance magazine. Emerson’s Dan Nower, a member of the Machinery Health Management team wrote the article. Dan shares the thought that most rotating machinery failures give notice before they fail. This is not unlike those of us who […]