Understanding the consequences that resonance has on equipment reliability

December 23, 2014

Equipment is being built lighter and cheaper. This means that resonance has become more of a reliability problem with equipment. Most engineers,  CM analysts, mechanics and managers are not aware of how resonance may be affecting their equipment. Resonance frequencies will excite any vibration occurring at or near the same frequency. This can include misalignment, […]

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Where is that vibration coming from? How LUBRIZOL looks at condition monitoring program as a profit center. @ProcessingMag

March 7, 2013

WATER/WASTE PROCESSING • December 2012 Production plant analyzes resonance anomaly; looks at condition monitoring program as a profit center Sometimes in industry,  mechanical “circumstances” change. When it happens,  a machine train identical to other machine trains can suddenly become atypical. This was exactly the case for Process Water Supply Pump A, whose behavior was very similar […]

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Q&A Webinar: The Field Balancing Mine Field

June 29, 2012

Thank you for joining us for our Webinar The Field Balancing Mine Field by Greg Lee. We hope you found the presentation to be valuable and very informative. If you missed our Webinar,  you can view the recorded version at any time. Watch now! Here are Greg’s answers to your questions: Q: Do you have […]

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