Ever wondered why we don't find compressed air leaks? Here's why!

October 25, 2016

Compressed air represents one of the highest utility costs in industrial plants. It’s also one of the most misunderstood; which explains why leaks account for, on average, as much as 35-40% of total demand. Leaks are often considered an unavoidable cost of business. Many of us simply don’t realize the high cost of compressed air […]

Key to optimal machine performance: The base setup

October 18, 2016

Reposted from EASY-LASER® blog Engineering no doubt spends a lot of time deciding what machines should be specified and how best to set them up for optimal production. And you already know how important shaft alignment is. But there are other ways to make your machine perform even better and last longer. A careful base […]

Why should you rethink overall vibration monitoring?

October 11, 2016

As Published by Maintenance Technology Magazine August 2016 issue Clinging to a single approach that made economic sense for your plant ‘back in the day’ could be an expensive strategy.” Overall values are the most common measurements and calculations used in vibration analysis. What’s more, some reliability and maintenance programs rely solely on them. The goal […]

[Infographic] Leak Management: Find-and-Fix Leaks with Airborne Ultrasound

October 5, 2016

Ultrasound is an essential part of a proactive reliability program as it can reduce or eliminate wasted compressed air through leak detection and repair. This Infographic outlines an effective way to survey your systems and detect leaks and brings you one step closer to best practices for your ultrasound program. Download Infographic

What’s your Role in Reliability Culture Change?

October 4, 2016

Nothing Changes Unless You Make it Change” For a while now I have been inspired by this quote from Samuel Jackson in the movie The Samaritan (2012). I probably heard similar quotes in the past but it wasn’t until I heard it in this movie that its message finally resonated with me. Trust me, I did […]